Have just read this months Cfn Mag, and yet again the LEAN thing has been written about. LEAN like it or not, apparently works and is the way ahead. Its so good to see our Corps mag showing tradesmen working on the front cover, or is it? Why has one bloke not got his covies on and another bloke got them rolled down around his waist? Lets not bother with the unprofessional image we are showing as a Corps, lets all lower the standards and not bother. Not only is it a negative image, it is also goes against the H&SAW message. Turn to page 463 and it gets worse, 2 blokes without covies and 2 blokes with covies rolled down around their waists. Are any of the 13 blokes working on the truck it's driver? Can we afford to put 13 tradesmen on one vehicle at a time, or are our tradesmen that incompetent that it takes 13 of them to fix one vehicle? Even better, on the contents page it says that 4 Bn managed to repair more kit than was needed. GREAT!!! If LEAN is that great lets set up LEAN lines at each and every Garrison. That way the whole fleet should be back up and running within a year. Magic. I think i should be the DEME(A) with a fantastic policy like that that will obviousely work. How come no one has thought of that before??