Mod short of money ? Apparently not !

#21
Do I hear the squirming and uncomfortable shuffling of arses on your shiny chairs, Values and Standards anybody ?

Lick-spittles and arse-wipes are how things slipped in controlling all our public authorities.

"A culture of deception and bullying has been allowed to spread across officialdom in the drive to hide the truth from the public, backed up by gagging orders, threats of legal actions, misleading reports and harassment of whistleblowers.

Senior managers should be held to account, openness and transparency in the public interest.
The truth should come out and individuals must be held to account. This situation is appalling, it's gone on for a long time. The public have now lost trust in a lot of our public institutions because people won't take responsibility for when things go wrong.
There should be no anonymity, no hiding place, no opportunity to get off scot free for anyone at all who was responsible for this abuse."

And that’s just today in the papers on the NHS – the MOD is no different, we are even less transparent and straight !

I don’t visit this site often so rant away in mutual delight with each other, I like to join in and shit in your shared Spa pool of ignorance occasionally. When necessary, I will continue to champion ‘fair play’ of things I hear in the SBA here. As a member of the Taxpayers Alliance, I will continue to flag up abuse, misuse and inappropriate spending of OUR money because the ‘system’ checks and balances, like some of you, can’t be trusted to know right from wrong anymore.

Chill baby, tell me your problems if you aren’t brave enough and I’ll report it for you.

Antío sas !
You still bed-wet don't you...........
 
#22
I have images of fangy foaming at the mouth, spittle flying everywhere as he rants at his keyboard, his face going redder and redder. probably sat in a small flat somewhere ghastly. piss stained y fronts may feature in his life.
 
#23
Is it? Which company donates free fuel to fill our free aircraft with before they're flown by volunteer aircrews from a free airfield to another free airfield somewhere else before being cleaned and maintained by more volunteers using spares and consumables donated by more big hearted companies?
As you infer, Trooping flights also have these costs. What you don't mention is that these costs, to a very large extent, have already been paid. The additional cost of putting families on Trooping flights amounts to the price of the inflight meal (materials only, the labour cost has already been paid) and a fairly insignificant amount of extra fuel.

The comparison is buying a weekly bus ticket but deciding to take a taxi because it's raining.


added:

A better justification for using civvy flights is that just the non-flight part of the journey, i.e. getting to Brize, can work out more expensive than a civvy flight from a local airport, especially if you nominally price the time element (which actually costs nothing but provides a moral argument).
 
#24
As you infer, Trooping flights also have these costs. What you don't mention is that these costs, to a very large extent, have already been paid. The additional cost of putting families on Trooping flights amounts to the price of the inflight meal (materials only, the labour cost has already been paid) and a fairly insignificant amount of extra fuel.

The comparison is buying a weekly bus ticket but deciding to take a taxi because it's raining.


added:

A better justification for using civvy flights is that just the non-flight part of the journey, i.e. getting to Brize, can work out more expensive than a civvy flight from a local airport, especially if you nominally price the time element (which actually costs nothing but provides a moral argument).
Thats a good analogy - Taxi for the CBF ! (?)
 
#26
Jiimmy's Best Mate - 12000 posts of shite while drawing a wage or JSA - a Scaleyback who never served at JSSU and understands the Cyprus system, I will type slowly so you understand. The AirTrooping system provides flights booked on a collective basis (so cheap) for personnel and families moving to & from Cyprus on duty. These regular flights also take personnel to UK for other events (eg compassionate B &C). As the seats are booked it is also possible to apply for leave flights on an indulgence basis (ie if there are free seats then you can apply to take them on repayment). System works and is fair. What isn't fair is that someone through rank or influence chooses not to use these flights/seats (which often go unfilled in off-peak months) and, through rank or 'influence' gets their family put onto a civilian flight at a time/date to suit them at great and avoidable expense. Simple enough for you son or are you still logging on ? 12000 posts, have you thought about taking up a sport, joining a club or meeting friends ? A life spent with your virtual mates on ARRSE & Facebook worries me - does your Mum know how lonely you are ?
I've served at JSSU (Cyp) twice.

I couldn't give a **** how much the flights costs to and from Cyprus from the UK. To be honest I was more interested in getting a suntan, drinking VLTs in the Ant and belittling RAF Warrant Officers for failing to attend Sqn PT.

Now **** off you slipstream lacking bellend.
 

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