Navy - well 'ard

#3
Truth is, we've been inadequately manned for decades. Whenever attending tri-service meetings the Army usually rocks up with a procession headed by acolytes swinging incense, a Corps of drums and an acrobat troupe cartwheeling into the venue producing an illuminated parchnent OpOrder held aloft by a slack-handful of Colonels.

The Navy just sends an AB with the unit monthly stationery demand scrawled on the back of a crushed fag packet.
 
#5
Truth is, we've been inadequately manned for decades.
Ah, but 1SL just went on record as saying your manning woes were all in the rear view mirror! Personally, I’m a tad dubious!

Otherwise, I agree with everything you say.

Regards,
MM
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#8
Truth is, we've been inadequately manned for decades. Whenever attending tri-service meetings the Army usually rocks up with a procession headed by acolytes swinging incense, a Corps of drums and an acrobat troupe cartwheeling into the venue producing an illuminated parchnent OpOrder held aloft by a slack-handful of Colonels.

The Navy just sends an AB with the unit monthly stationery demand scrawled on the back of a crushed fag packet.
That's because your senior officers look like this:

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FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#11
Bloody hell! Do you think it'll do something amusing if you offer it a banana?
I think it already has, probably involving diversity.

I doubt this individual would be very impressed:

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#12
I was thinking something more in character, like sticking a finger up its mudbox then fainting after sniffing it.
 
#13
If it was a competition for largest amount of useless paperwork, Army would win by miles tons

The reason that thy have all those people is to carry papers between offices.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#14
I was thinking something more in character, like sticking a finger up its mudbox then fainting after sniffing it.
It's hard to think how diversity could be better celebrated.
 
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#19
Navy hardest working. well all I can say is "if they did it right the first time they wouldn't need to do it again." Sending a ship out on patrol twice is just proving the job wasn't done properly the first time.:)
 

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