Further to the "mistruths" peddled on the official Army site (see the thread on Cold War Territorials), how about this gem from a news story currently on the home page of the MoD site? "If you said "Territorial Army" 20 years ago, the image that appeared in most people's minds was of draughty church halls, ragged drills with outdated weaponry, and weekend exercises in the Welsh hills. While church halls and the Brecon Beacons are still routinely used by Reservists from all three Services, Major General Simon Lalor, Assistant Chief of the Defence Staff (Reserves and Cadets), told Defence Focus the experience of life in Britain's Reserve Forces has changed radically since the end of the Cold War." A small detail, but one which idicates a wider ignorance, but I have never come across a TA unit which uses a church hall. Is someone confusing the TA with the Home Guard again? Every unit I know is in a purpose built TA Centre (even if it was purpose built a good few decades ago!) or army barracks.