Discussion in 'Photography' started by vvaannmmaann, Oct 22, 2012.
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Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville - Telegraph
Very nice set of photo's.......number 5 Alice Homer...mmmmmmmmm.
"Non-issue underwear is a way for the women to keep a sense of their own identity and a chance to add some colour to their surroundings"
As usual it's one rule for the girls and another for the blokes.
Back in 77 on a tour over the water in Belfast one chap from A Coy used to borrow ladies knickers from washing lines and wear them while on patrol.
He got in trouble for it...
Is the photographer a hound?
I know, I know. The taxi's already on it's way.
Yes, but that's only because he didn't take them back.
Good set of photos.
Wearing them under his kecks, or ... ?
More to the point, some basic IMINT tells me there are (at least) 2 g-strings on that line.
I was wandering why we had a thread about the Royal Marines on ARRSE until I opened it up and took a look.
I am bloody gutted, when i was a poor little REME L/Cpl i never had a captain looking like that.
Thoses eyes, i would do anything for those eyes, YES MAAM.
seriously utmost respect, specially the Nurse, bloody hard job at best of times, but in green pyjamas, doubly so, in Afghan with their culture even more.
Starting to think i may be gay most women in thoise pics do either my old job, or my new one, (Nurse)
Jarrod, opinions please.?
Underneath of course! Are you suggesting he was a pervert?
Mind you the bras were a tad more worrying...
Very moving, showing the girls doing the biz, proud of them all
That set of Capt Homer is quite something. The rest need an explanation, that set tells its own story really well.
And we're not in the NAAFI, so I don't mean THAT story.
There had to be one called 'Harriet' didn't there? No stereotypes in this (wo)man's Army anymore eh?
Can I join REME PLEASE VERY VERY VERY nicely ??????
As you say those eyes !
The lass on the right in photo 9 (the one in the Cross of St George skiddies) has a canny pair of jubilees - could do with losing a bit round the girth though.
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