Captain Hood-Butter


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Just a little:

" My rifle jammed twice, once at a very awkward time and Loon bailed be out on that occasion. I am glad to say I had the pleasure of returning the favour on the final assault on Stanley. Me and Loon had taken out at least 20 enemy soldiers but the one that stuck in my mind was during a rather too close for comfort return of fire at the base of Mount William. I don't know if it was me of Loon who got him, but when we found him he could have only been about 14. This was not uncommon. The bullet had gone clean through his neck but it looked like he was smiling. Loon cracked a joke about it, it was a way of dealing with it."

Rightio, and also - why would they change gear so that the Para's wouldn't twig them as SBS, despite being told SBS held the beaches and bla bla bla.

Still, if it gets grandson willie up onto his Uncles knee to suck on his special Wherthers original...:twisted:
What a load of pump.

He can't tell us what is in his survival kit, but Lofty Wiseman has, he can't tell us about SBS training, but that whatshis name who joined the SBS straight from training could.

If some things are best left on the cold-cold islands, don't put it on the internet.
What on earth is B3TA? It is just a bunch of cnuts talking drivel.

Quite like this post though!!!

When I was in 'Nam I hid some bloke's watch up my bottom. When I got home I gave it to his son. Little bugger didn't look too impressed with it, though. What a waste of time and effort.
(stusut79, Fri 24 Mar 2006, 10:37 , I like this! )
Could it be true? 8O
boney_m said:
B3TA's question of the week this week is stories from the army. The good Capt Hood-Butter is also telling his tale on there (page 3 i think).

Link Here
This quote made me chuckle, "This slightly plump girl in my form said she wanted to join the army. So naturally, I asked her if she was going to be a bomb, she didn't like that. She didn't want to be a tank either - I checked."

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