Joint Service Stable Belt

#1
Having just received a posting order to my next unit I have been informed that it is tri-service and that we need to wear the Joint Service Stable Belt. Any idea what it looks like and where I can get one?

Thanks

PS I have already asked and the unit doesn't have a PRI and its a new job so I cannot inherit it from the guy I am taking over from.
 
#4
StudentGrant said:
Having just received a posting order to my next unit I have been informed that it is tri-service and that we need to wear the Joint Service Stable Belt. Any idea what it looks like and where I can get one?

Thanks

PS I have already asked and the unit doesn't have a PRI and its a new job so I cannot inherit it from the guy I am taking over from.
My Unit PRI sells them, PM me.
 
#5
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.

Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
 
#6
font_of_all said:
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.
Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
Fcuk me, you must be the font of all knowledge if you can work out from his question that he is posted to Blandford!

What if he is posted to a JSSU unit?
 
#7
heidtheba said:
font_of_all said:
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.
Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
Fcuk me, you must be the font of all knowledge if you can work out from his question that he is posted to Blandford!

What if he is posted to a JSSU unit?
When did JSSU start having a tri-service stable belt then?
 
#8
Shok said:
heidtheba said:
font_of_all said:
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.
Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
Fcuk me, you must be the font of all knowledge if you can work out from his question that he is posted to Blandford!

What if he is posted to a JSSU unit?
When did JSSU start having a tri-service stable belt then?
Doh, When it became Joint Service Signal Unit perhaps.
 
#9
heidtheba said:
Shok said:
heidtheba said:
font_of_all said:
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.
Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
Fcuk me, you must be the font of all knowledge if you can work out from his question that he is posted to Blandford!

What if he is posted to a JSSU unit?
When did JSSU start having a tri-service stable belt then?
Doh, When it became Joint Service Signal Unit perhaps.
D'oh, news to me, given that I was there at the form-up and more than a couple of times since :D

Seriously, wasn't tryin to be a cnut mate, honestly not aware that they wear one. Hey, I'll find out next week when I'm back I guess!

Not a spec op are yer? :D
 
#10
Shok said:
heidtheba said:
Shok said:
heidtheba said:
font_of_all said:
StudentGrant,

Before you trot out and spend all your hard earned cash on a new Stable Belt, it may be worth checking if you need one.

Generally, the higher ranking Officers in the HQ DCCIS wear the tri service belt, but us mere mortals (including the Officers) around and about Blandford Garrison wear our own Corps or Arm stable belt.
Might be worth checking before you spend a few bob.
Fcuk me, you must be the font of all knowledge if you can work out from his question that he is posted to Blandford!

What if he is posted to a JSSU unit?
When did JSSU start having a tri-service stable belt then?
Doh, When it became Joint Service Signal Unit perhaps.
D'oh, news to me, given that I was there at the form-up and more than a couple of times since :D

Seriously, wasn't tryin to be a cnut mate, honestly not aware that they wear one. Hey, I'll find out next week when I'm back I guess!

Not a spec op are yer? :D
Am I fcuk! I'm a proper trade.

Blandford is not a JSSU.

Apparently it is a Joint Service Training establishment.
 
#13
Doh, When it became Joint Service Signal Unit perhaps.[/quote]

D'oh, news to me, given that I was there at the form-up and more than a couple of times since :D

Seriously, wasn't tryin to be a cnut mate, honestly not aware that they wear one. Hey, I'll find out next week when I'm back I guess!

Not a spec op are yer? :D[/quote]

Am I fcuk! I'm a proper trade.

Blandford is not a JSSU.

Apparently it is a Joint Service Training establishment.[/quote]

I'm not on about Blandford.

What exactly do you mean by a proper trade ? ( Any answer other than ex-EWOP is incorrect :D)
 
#14
Shok said:
Doh, When it became Joint Service Signal Unit perhaps.
D'oh, news to me, given that I was there at the form-up and more than a couple of times since :D

Seriously, wasn't tryin to be a cnut mate, honestly not aware that they wear one. Hey, I'll find out next week when I'm back I guess!

Not a spec op are yer? :D[/quote]

Am I fcuk! I'm a proper trade.

Blandford is not a JSSU.

Apparently it is a Joint Service Training establishment.[/quote]

I'm not on about Blandford.

What exactly do you mean by a proper trade ? ( Any answer other than ex-EWOP is incorrect :D)[/quote]

Probably before your time but I'm a combat trade.

Pick any from Combat powerman, DE, ED, or R Sigs Elec.
 
#15
What exactly do you mean by a proper trade ? ( Any answer other than ex-EWOP is incorrect :D)[/quote]

Probably before your time but I'm a combat trade.

Pick any from Combat powerman, DE, ED, or R Sigs Elec.[/quote]

:D Why would you assume it's before my time? I remember the "combat" trades very well. Had oodles of them on my detties who weren't very "combat" at all :D

Waits for the Shiny-arse comeback:D
 
#16
Shok said:
What exactly do you mean by a proper trade ? ( Any answer other than ex-EWOP is incorrect :D)
Probably before your time but I'm a combat trade.

Pick any from Combat powerman, DE, ED, or R Sigs Elec.[/quote]

:D Why would you assume it's before my time? I remember the "combat" trades very well. Had oodles of them on my detties who weren't very "combat" at all :D

Waits for the Shiny-arse comeback:D[/quote]

No not shinyarrse comment.

Fcukin Handbag :D :D

You are right, assumtition is the mother of all fcuk ups :wink:
 
#17
Having commanded a joint service unit my advice would be to wear all possible forms of regimental dress. When the CO/OC asks you why, tell him that its regimental tradition. No one will argue!
 

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