Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Vegetius, Jun 1, 2005.
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From the BBC:
I think I'll stick to whisky and prozac, thanks.
I think this report, on the face of it, is spot on. In my experience, when on operations I'm alert, focused and positive; it's adjusting back to a normal tempo of life which is more problematic, particularly when I can't make my wife and kids jump to attention and salute when I enter the ops room... er... I mean the kitchen in the morning.
Couldn't agree more. It's very frustrating and stressful returning to the chaotic environment of family life after the relative order and discipline of 6 months on ops. It unbalances the family too, who have clearly got into a routine without you.
what like shagging the family officer and spending your Lssa on crap
So going on Ops is less depressing than being in Colchester??
Having lived in Colchester I think that may very well be the case!
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