Major OpSec fubar...

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by spike7451, Jun 12, 2013.

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  1. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    Couldn't find this elsewhere on ARRSE....

    Apparently this serving soldier posted a photo of the movements order of them coming back off Ops & also TAGGED over 40 of his mates!
    Bet he was a popular lad,especially on the back of what recently happened in Woolwich,no doubt he's in for a shoeing of his mates,extra duties from the Razzman & a seat all to himself on the plane home...

  2. Pioneers?

    Roll on "Troops to Teachers" is all that springs to mind.
  3. That BileSpewer gets everywhere!
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  4. Not a secret, a mystery. If they land within 24 hours of the published time, it makes the MoD_RSS feed.
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  5. ONCE AGAIN, an absolutely shocking display. What the fuck are people thinking when they do things like this? Clearly they are not thinking. I mean, anyone who lets the battery get down to 23% really wants to take a good look at themselves.
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  6. I think we've got the same chance of winning the lottery while being struck by lightening after reading a post by tropoper saying 'I have no experience of this' as seeing that post (other than on April Fools day of course)
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  7. With a title like 'Aircraft Lands At Airfield'.
  8. or 'Elite RAF Regiment bravely provide security for the only edible meal discovered on RAF flight - No Osprey shot'
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  9. Now you know that's not true. They always have a catchy title.

    "Aircraft enters UK airspace. Baggage handlers alerted."
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  10. I saw this on facebook and coudnt belie
  11. Have they blocked your internet connection? Mind readers as well?
  12. That's just going too far now!
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  13. maybe someone smuggled it on. I never suggested that the RAF provided the meal.
  14. The RAF got me home 14 hours early last week, and they fed me.