Guards Backpacks?

#4
Something you dont want to carry as its heavy and shouldnt be discussed on an open forum .Join the guards and you will find out :D .
 
#7
Let's put it this way - it is an opsec thing which like Woody pointed out could be potentially damaging to troops if discussed...!
 
#10
Guardsmen who fail the Household Division annual test for walking with appropriate bearing (ie erect rather than slouching) carry these boxes for a number of weeks until their posture is corrected. They contain sand.

A similar remedy exists for mounted troops who sit too low in the saddle.
 
#11
When you need to know you will get one and find out the hard way!
Sod being the poor fecker carrying it with all those cans in it though :)
What else do you think they do on stag for 8 hours?
That plus a spare pair of smalls for overnight stay of course ;-)

Cheers
 
#13
Try carrying one of those Barstewards over an 8Km route clearance in
South Armagh... :wink:

No really..Its the queens Butty Box... :wink:
 
#14
Dah, its the drill manual for guards volumes 1 to 30. The drillesteins carry them everywhere. :D
 
#15
dance_with_the_devil said:
Try carrying one of those Barstewards over an 8Km route clearance in
South Armagh... :wink:

No really..Its the queens Butty Box... :wink:
When was that? Heh if c1991.

Oh the joys of a stroll down the Dundalk Road...
 
#18
Facey_Romford said:
dance_with_the_devil said:
Try carrying one of those Barstewards over an 8Km route clearance in
South Armagh... :wink:

No really..Its the queens Butty Box... :wink:
When was that? Heh if c1991.

Oh the joys of a stroll down the Dundalk Road...
South Armagh..1990.. :wink:
 
#20
Its one of the early-model GYAARDS robots that does not have the internal ariel.

They're all remote control, you know.
 

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