last combat drop falklands

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by jimmyoc, Feb 21, 2010.

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  1. The link's knackered...
  2. A dead link and a rubbish story, well done.
  3. link works fine for me, but not sure what your point is??? I'm sure chefs can parachute in just as well as anyone else. Just a bit of journalistic embellishment I expect.
  4. Hi its just that ive never heard of the RAF dropping cooks in during the conflict,,,
  5. I think he means called upon at short notice rather than "IN THE DOOR....GO!". Rather like an MP is parachuted into a safe seat.
  6. Jimmy,

    You know that answer to that one already! :)

    Mark Fox is telling porkies!!! 8O

    I'll bet he's a fat cnut too!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
  7. :D Well maybe i jumped the gun, I had visions of him with his ladle and hay box..
  8. He must have been talking about the intercontinental ballistic guided NAAFI the Army introduced into service in the 1950's. Capable of serving five hundred cups of tea and sticky buns at point of impact within thirty seconds of touchdown. See the Goon Show scripts for further details.