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#2
I'm sitting here wondering when Ad Astra is going to show up and give us the low down...

:sleepy:
 
#3
Dontdreamit said:
Just got back from the latest Bowman users course and quite a few of the tools on the latest fit are replacing the birdtable to the point of mechanising quite a few of 'our' tasks.
Perhaps Land Command have a more mallable / compliant INFOSEC Accreditor? Not all Services are so confident in the resilience of that system against the challenges posed by the current adversary set.
 
#5
current adversary set
Please tell this isn't new speak for "enemy". Its like having our own David Brent, live on the thread.

Maybe its a phrase RAF types use in briefs to try and baffle other RAF types and mask their poor standard of education.
 
#6
Told you he'd turn up! Ooooh, that wily Ad Astra!

*shakes fist*
 
#7
g2_loony_bin said:
Told you he'd turn up! Ooooh, that wily Ad Astra!

*shakes fist*
Bloody Hell Loony, have you not seen the film 'Candyman'?
 
#8
Dontdreamit said:
Ah I see.

You think it will be hacked.

So do you currently have an un-penetrable system in mind??

Is it a big wooden table with a map on it impervious to Tempest emissions?

Your a genius. Let's cease all digitisation. *Smacks forehead*

Why did no one think of it before?

BTW you spelt malleable wrong. If you are in doubt in the future you can google something with the word 'definition' in front of it. Hack that.
glass houses and all that :wink:
 
#9
The G2 section is very good and will get rid of the old birdtable-style but only to a certain level. It would not erode the Int Corps jobs, but enhance them. However, as with all aspects that require bendwidth, we will never get the bandwidth necessary to be able to use the tools to even 50% of their potential. Therefore, don't put that 49 Para Int birdtable on e-Bay just yet!!!!
 
#10
BOWMAN = pain in the fcuking ass when units don't know how to look after it properly, it's a potential sy nightmare and already has had a more than a few problems in this area.
 
#11
You've probably heard it before but here goes

Better
Off
With
Map
And
Nokia
 
#12
Your BOWMAN is not going to replace a map and stickies anytime soon. Don't get me wrong, it has it uses but is unusable for briefings due to the small size of map it can display. And a sticky is much quicker to plot on a map.
 
#13
small size of map? Ifonly they made something that could project the image onto walls or a white board. They could call it a projector!
 
#14
ashford_old_school said:
small size of map? Ifonly they made something that could project the image onto walls or a white board. They could call it a projector!
Obviously you've not used it. A BOWMAN screen at best can display an image that's the size of an A4 piece of paper. You can have the biggest plasma screen or projector going, all this will do is make your A4 map larger.......
 
#15
252_me said:
g2_loony_bin said:
Told you he'd turn up! Ooooh, that wily Ad Astra!

*shakes fist*
Bloody Hell Loony, have you not seen the film 'Candyman'?
Ad Astra
 
#16
252_me said:
g2_loony_bin said:
Told you he'd turn up! Ooooh, that wily Ad Astra!

*shakes fist*
Bloody Hell Loony, have you not seen the film 'Candyman'?
Ad Astra
 
#17
252_me said:
g2_loony_bin said:
Told you he'd turn up! Ooooh, that wily Ad Astra!

*shakes fist*
Bloody Hell Loony, have you not seen the film 'Candyman'?
Ad Astra
 
#19
rebel_with_a_cause said:
on your own head be it
My hat or my cockney ringpiece squire?

I'm a cockney, I'm a cockney...
 
#20
No I meant calling down the ultimate fcukwit to walk amongst us.
 

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