After reading the excellent Soxmis and Brit Mil Train threads, this got me to thinking. What's the most interesting, unusual, perhaps historic military duty you have undertaken? Maybe you tucked Hess in at Spandau? Gave Gerry Adams a full body search? Painted the boathouse? Or perhaps you were the bekilted Scottish officer flashing his bits next to HMQ in the legendary Regimental photo? Or were you the drunken squaddie who leapt the Berlin Wall into the East for a bet (not strictly a duty I know!) Or even the green lidded Tail End Charlie flying the Union Flag from his CEFO when yomping into Stanley in 1982. IThe best I can do is when I was with my dad at Helmstedt when he strategically placed his Berlin Travel Docs on top of some papers in the Soviet guard post. Upon picking them up we drove off giggling to ourselves. I felt like I was an extra from 'The Spy Who Loved Me' Upon searching though the stash of stolen top secret soviet documents, we discovered a dog eared copy of Pravda....and er, that's it. We had ballsed up our one and only crack at hastening the end of the Cold War. I'm sure you lot can do better. No fibbing mind. And no bloody balcony stories.