News story: Nottingham soldiers prepare to start Armed Forces Day with a bang

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  2. So the entire fire power of 307 (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry Royal Horse Artillery) Battery Royal Artillery (Volunteers) is one gun then.

    If anyone is interested the guys and gals from 38 Signal Regiment will be there as well.

  3. From the article:

  4. Poorly fitted headress - check
    Bulging waistlines - check
    Odd looking individuals struggling with physical tasks - check

    I didnt even need to read the article to know they were a TA unit, and I'm a STAB myself. ;)
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  5. hotel_california

    hotel_california LE Book Reviewer

    Judging by the gut on the Major they should be renamed 307 BMI (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry Royal Horse Artillery) Battery Royal Artillery (Volunteers).
  6. I merely noted the lack of pointless tattoos and acne and came to the same conclusion
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  7. Badge over left ear, must be "Para" Trained
  8. HHH

    HHH LE

    This photo doesn't do them any favours!!

  9. Why has the major got an especially large crown on his rank slide?
  10. What happened to the Notty Ash cap badge? They used to wear an acorn set amongst some leaves

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  11. My botany skills are fading. Are those oak leaves?

    DS answer: No, theyre Staybrite.
  12. What is the point of the cart cases? They're dented and not even clean.
  13. Soldier on left next to gun appears to be a few cartidge cases short of a magazine. I know it is Nottinghamshire and all but it is an indication that in-breeding is not a good idea.

    The rotund figures are also an indication that MTP is not the perfect universal uniform that some had hoped for, perhaps it means Maternity TA Pattern!
  14. Some of them must be Paras, judging by the way they wear their beret.

  15. From little Acorns Oaks do grow