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FR Regiments

rjh15

Crow
Ok,
So from the responses to my previous post I cannot afford the HCav so my thoughts turn to another FR regiment.
My main sports are hunting and polo and I live in Somerset. I have no family ties to the military and thus no allegiance to any regiment.

What are the characteristics/stereotypes of the other FR regiments (QDG, LD, 9/12th I believe)

I will be joining Sandhurst in September 07

Many thanks
 
QDG - militantly Welsh, not good for a Somerset man...

LD - very, very, very short soldiers...easily lost in long grass, not good for cavalry officers with maps...

9/12th - it is either cavalry or not cavalry; fractions don't count...
 
Both LD and 9/12th used to play Polo- rather well. Don't know at the moment.
 
Solon_of_Athens said:
Cuddles said:
9/12th - it is either cavalry or not cavalry; fractions don't count...

Ah, the last of the vulgar fractions...

Wouldn't a vulgar fraction be if the top integer was larger than the bottom integer?

:D :D
 
You could always try the RLC, after all, we're army champions at most sports, ever expanding and will survive the next round of defence cuts, unlike the FR regiments!
 

Blyth_spirit

War Hero
Nords said:
Praetorian said:
Solon_of_Athens said:
Cuddles said:
9/12th - it is either cavalry or not cavalry; fractions don't count...

Ah, the last of the vulgar fractions...

Wouldn't a vulgar fraction be if the top integer was larger than the bottom integer?

:D :D

No, that would be quite improper!

Surely they are either proper or top heavy, just like any tits.
 
R

really?_fascinating

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QRL are now FR as well and a thoroughly nice bunch they are.
 
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