No longer content with merely dripping about the lack of medals awarded to Cold War Warriors one fine chap has taken it a step further. The latest issue of Soldier magazine has a letter on p.67 from one Tony Levy ex-R Signals crying that there are no war films recognising his efforts. "...quietly and without fuss I and many others held back the mighty Russian bear behind its post-war borders. From the Baltic to the Adriatic, the soldiers and airmen of NATO stood their ground with stoic determination and solid resolve in the hope that we could repel any Russian invasion. Not one film producer or director has documented the efforts of the 100,000 plus men and women who held back the Red menace. Nor have I seen any mention in the international press of the months spent in the field on exercise in all weathers - from the snowy wastes of Norway to the semi-deserts of Sardinia. I am just one of many who, on leaving the Army, has gone without recognition because I did not fire a shot in anger or receive a medal. Now that the demise of the Warsaw pact is consigned to history, it is time our story is told. We did our bit and the world should know how we helped, in no small way, to bring down the Berlin Wall" I think he may have a point (ignoring the countless Cold War films that actually exist) let's give this man the recognition he deserves. I've come up with a rough premise for a screenplay but it needs padding out a bit. So far I've got Sig Levy stagging on a radio in a freezing 9x9 for ages and ages with snot dribbling down his crap 80's tache.