Give them ten years and all aircraft would have the same degree of investment as Chally and about the same future prospects. There would have been around sixteen new uniform designs rolled out and they still wouldn't have resolved the most difficult questions, sleeves rolled up or down, jacket tucked in or out.Yes, well this ain't going to happen. Imagine the argument over new cap badges for the ex RAF Sqns, regimental precedence and who'd march on Whitehall when No XX Typhoon Squadron (Countess of Blankshire's Own) Loamshire Yeomany was tthreatened with amalgamation with 7/33 Chinook Squadron Tzarina Alexandra's Company of Halberdiers? I mean, really. There'd be no faux Victorian traditions to imbue the youngsters with, parrot fashion. And there's no horses, either (although the last mounted detachment of RAF Police plodded on until 1979).