.... would you own up? ARRSErs, the question before the membership is this: If one made a t!t of oneself by spouting bo11ox* (heartfelt bo11ox perhaps, but bo11ox all the same) in a thread that was later shown by numerous other ARRSErs to be inaccurate would you: a) Fess up you got it wrong and move on b) Squeal like a piggy before doing an ostrich c) Run and hide and not address the subject whilst contributing to other threads d) None of the above (please supply course of action taken) e) Don't know On behalf of all of those who correctly know regimental/corps seniority in our beloved British Army, I thank you for your indulgence * An example of which is thus: "Grenadier Guards,senior regiment of the British army,not the oldest,not the most VC's, but grenadiers stand the right of line on parade,not the RA or any other mob, The queens company are the Queens personal troops,so that makes them the senior company,.House hold cav have a similar clame to be the Queens personnal troops but H.M Queens refers to the Grens as "HER GRENADIERS" NOT HER ROTAL SCOTS OR HER RA OR HER ANYTHING ELSE. This topic will go on and on im sure age is not an issue,the senior reg stands right of line ,and thats where the grens stand. lets get a few things right here then ,signals, art,RE and rac can not stand right of line because they dont dont parade do they, i dont know what parades/services you may of done but none of the others stand right of line. the last time i looked i didnt see the london tourist board in places like XMG, bos,kos,gulf, to name but a few,if you dont know where XMG is ask one of the other fine regiments and you may get educated. just read my post and it dont make sense ,right,RAC do not parade as they only exsist on paper and at bovy,R sigs,arty and RE do not stand right of line,i should know ive done Tri service parades and muliti regimental parades,and not only did i do ceremonial i also saw active service,so.... stop quoting red book nonsense"