MFO Drama

#1
I've just got some MFO delivered with a chit from the contractor admitting that they've bust open 2 boxes.  I've kit missing.  MFO storeman says claim on my kit insurance.  Mmmm..  There must be some way of blaming the company.  Any experience?
 
#2
You should have had to sign a contract with the removal service before they took your boxes away.  I believe the claim procedures are contained within that contract.  Best thing would be to read through them.  I'm not sure if the Army's movement of MFO boxes is alway's done by the same company so each one is probably slightly different.
 
#3
Good point; I did sign the standard A4 book thing, but obviously didn't read it or keep a copy!  Next stop QM I think.
 
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#8
The suspense...
 
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So Stacker, this kit that you "Found" at the back of the stores, any good Gucci bits in there by any chance?
Everything I "find" is gucci and used by the SAS/PARAS/COMMANDO'S (according to the Ebay page)
 
#13
Daughter no.2 just asked dad if I could help her move from RAF base (Training ) to RAF base ( Operational Sqn).

I am thinking WTF, you are single, everything you need should be man , or in todays military, woman portable.

But no.
Todays service persons need a ******* refrigerator and cooking pots and tools because they don't like outside catering.
 
#14
I always keep my man portable inflatable 50" tv ready.
 
#16
Daughter no.2 just asked dad if I could help her move from RAF base (Training ) to RAF base ( Operational Sqn).

I am thinking WTF, you are single, everything you need should be man , or in todays military, woman portable.

But no.
Todays service persons need a ******* refrigerator and cooking pots and tools because they don't like outside catering.
Yes it must be terrible that today's service person want to look after themselves.
 
#17
Yes it must be terrible that today's service person want to look after themselves.


Didnt need it in my day grumble grumble, kids these days wanting fridges and other luxuries grumble grumble.
 
#18
Daughter no.2 just asked dad if I could help her move from RAF base (Training ) to RAF base ( Operational Sqn).

I am thinking WTF, you are single, everything you need should be man , or in todays military, woman portable.

But no.
Todays service persons need a ******* refrigerator and cooking pots and tools because they don't like outside catering.
Is she fit and legal? Asking for a friend like...
 
#19
Didnt need it in my day grumble grumble, kids these days wanting fridges and other luxuries grumble grumble.
She shouldn't need the fridge, (sla while include a microwave and fridge) but extra cooking utensils etc mean she can exercise the choice element of payd and cook for herself
 
#20
She shouldn't need the fridge, (sla while include a microwave and fridge) but extra cooking utensils etc mean she can exercise the choice element of payd and cook for herself
Might include a microwave and fridge.
And if it does have a fridge, you might as well hang a sign on it saying "free food"
 

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