Yeah, I vaguely remember, as I staggered across the hill from the mess at three o'clock, thinking, "I must try to drink more..."Baz44 said:Didn't see you down the Irish Bar later on though after work!!
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Sorry MOD can't agree. In theory I guess you're right but in practice it just doesn't work that way, as a young Tp Sgt I felt it was my duty as a colleague and I hope friend to educate my even younger Tp Ldrs in their dress sense. I never had to take them 'around the back of the panzer' but I would simply explain to them that if I felt they were improperly dressed or not up to the required standard they would not fall in at the front of the troop on first parade and inspect the men. An extra cup of tea in the mess or catch up on some pen pictures would be more appropriate. I expected high standards of dress and turnout from all of my troop, especially it's leader.cpunk said:The short answer is ask your Adjutant. What officers wear has got feck-all to do with the RSM - or your SSM for that matter.
How true, but then again why would an RSM wish to tell junior officers how to dress? That is the job of the Adjt, or in the case of the subbies, very often the senior subbie.John_Jorrocks said:Why on earth would a subbie want to wind up the RSM?
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