I sense you weren't very good at cleaning weapons...Which is driven by a lack of numbers, which is driven by fcukwits who think cleaning already gleaming weapons on a Friday is a good idea.
Similarly if I had been asked to go to some green wearing mob losing my thin red line "red coat", and not sing "god save the Queen" and eat curried lunch I would of bolted as well.
Well spotted, in addition to loss of funds which paid the ed money and minibus hire to move the old soaks from Nesscliffe camp to Sir John Moore in Shrewsbury, we have lost the use of the camp, the use of the barracks, the use of the TA/AR as support drivers etc, lost the Friday night retreat and curry, the sunday morning church service and now are having to pay £10 each to march around the car park at Shrewsbury Town FC.that is sh*t.
Two company's had to reinforce 2RRF in the early 90's when the latter went to Ballykinler.I was lucky and stayed where I was.I spent a short time in Celle with 2nd some five or six years after this happened,and I saw that there was still a bit of needle,I was called a 1st battalion- insert insult- more than once.Couldn't wait to see the back of them.good God no.
i felt the pain of 2RRF when they had to merge with them... (From an experience in Celle, late '90s).
I sense you aren't very good at recognising that weapons are gleaming, but insist that they're 'cleaned' again.
i acknowledge your pain. The unfairness of having to perform nugatory work (in this case cleaning clean rifles). But you shouldn't have joined if you couldn't take a joke.Who doesn't 'snort horse' every now and then?
Your attitude demonstrates clearly that you're part of the problem.i acknowledge your pain. The unfairness of having to perform nugatory work (in this case cleaning clean rifles). But you shouldn't have joined if you couldn't take a joke.
Or joined a more grown up capbadge.
That is all.
doubtful. No bloke of mine has ever done nugatory work off my back and I've fought against silliness from above. Including one memorable time I pulled out the jsp definition of leave. You seem to have formed a rather flawed opinion on myself purely from a regimental policy I had no hand in writing or enforcing... Think about that for a minute. I do however support that policy in the sole instance of the storming, norming and performing process of a new grouping (Rifles) from four previous groupings (D&D, RGBW, LI and RGJ). Is this policy in place in the RL? I also remember a QM at Donnington cutting around in RAOC and RLC cap badges like a modern-day Monty. Circa '93.Your attitude demonstrates clearly that you're part of the problem.
That is all.