Exactly, but my question was, 'And your point is?'Guns said:I think he is referring to the GSM in the picture. But they were not exclusive to NI.
Well obviously you are by the mere fact your equate GSM+Gurkhas=Service in NI (- Gurkhas didn't serve in NI)=Silly question.Hantslad said:The civvy in uniform was not calling Johnny Gurkha a walt. The civvy in unfiform had the pleasure of working with Johnny in Bosnia in 2001 and has a great deal of respect for the him and his mates. The civvy in uniform was just wondering how a Gurkha managed to get a Northern Ireland medal.
On reflection, as the picture is very small, there is no way of telling which clasp it is which is on his GSM.
So I guess we will never know the answer
I am in no way ignorant as the the origins of the General Service Medal
Ha haAirfix said:
Hantslad said:Ha haAirfix said:
If you allow me to para-phrase Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop
"I wasn't always a crab"
The Gurkha Officer you are referring to must be wearing a non-Gurkha cap badge.Danny_Dravot said: