grantham...

#1
hi guys.... me again...... can anyone tell me about grantham.... as you know i went to pribright and im just wonderin what the difference is like there...

many thanks......
 
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bikerchic said:
hi guys.... me again...... can anyone tell me about grantham.... as you know i went to pribright and im just wonderin what the difference is like there...
About 150 miles and a few counties.
 
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i can see every one is full of humour today... you ask a question... and you dont get a straight one back, cheers guys.......

here it is.... i failed at pirbright... and i have been given the chance to goto grantham... been told it is run by ta soldiers.. so was wonderin if anyone who has done there 2wk trainin there, can tell me how they got on....... help guys.... pls....
 
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FiveAlpha said:
spaz said:
bikerchic said:
o thanks.... heheheheheh have you been there.....

numpty....
I've been there, was full of myopic wheezy RLC types.
................who consistently failed their CFT regardless of where they attempted IT.
If you dropped them from a height of 8 miles most would be attempting to get into the jack wagon at the 2 mile point.
 

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shavies said:
I'm going there for my CMSR on the 23rd of May and I'm wondering what it's going to be like. I'm a mixture of excited and nervous.
Don't worry about it.

The DS tend to treat people like adults (provided you act like one - mouth shut, ears open), the training is well conducted and well paced. A long as you're not a total mong, you'll enjoy it.

Bikerchic: Food's not bad, gym is well equipped. 1.5 mile course is a doddle unless you get a head-wind but at least you get the assistance on the way back in. The NAAFI's alright but is out of bounds to people on CMSR now I understand?
 
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spaz said:
FiveAlpha said:
spaz said:
bikerchic said:
o thanks.... heheheheheh have you been there.....

numpty....
I've been there, was full of myopic wheezy RLC types.
................who consistently failed their CFT regardless of where they attempted IT.
If you dropped them from a height of 8 miles most would be attempting to get into the jack wagon at the 2 mile point.
That late I thought most were called Tracer.....
 
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