Discussion in 'Professionally Qualified, RAMC and QARANC' started by andrewmcmanus, Oct 10, 2012.
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Well, chances of getting through T3 unscathed? Nil. Poor old dental techs.... ssshhhhafffftted.
Can ee have this in English, please?
Maybe his teeth hurt and he needs to see a dentist?
Hang on, aren't teeth arms exempt?
You could at least ask for your coat and a taxi after that!
There's a Royal Army Dental Corps??
Bearing in mind who the new DGAMS is, I think you are relatively safe.
judging by the state of the average squaddies nashers you'd be forgiven for thinking not.....
Said the bloke diffy a front tooth.
can we not use the polish army dental corps now they are in NATO?
Just in case it's not a wah.
Proudly ripping out your teeth since 1921, Special Army Order 4, signed by Winston Churchill himself.
Became Royal in 1946.
Though dentists did deploy in Boer and WW1.
Regimental Motto, Ex Dentibus Ensis. From the teeth a sword, a reference to the greek myth, where dragon's teeth were planted and would grow into fully armed warriors. Hence the Dragon with sword cap badge.
There's even been medals won by RADC personnel! Fecking warry lot.
As in "one crown, two fillings and a polish?......"
Usually parade at about .................. 2:30 ................... start the car quick
Not a wah. Genuinely clueless. Had always assumed Army dentists were RAMC.
Cheers for info.
My Dad did his National Service in the RADC after completing his Dental Technicians apprenticeship.
Just because the new DG is RADC, it doesn't mean he has presidential powers of veto, it doesn't work like that.
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