Numbers in a.............?

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  1. I'm quiet new to the military side of things & was wondering the number levels in the following are:
  2. 5, 7, 9, 8 and 5 Respectively

    Hope this helps :wink:
  3. Would I be correct in declaring "WAH"?
  4. NO I think you will find that I am factually correct

    And just because he’s new doesn’t mean he can’t be as noisy as he wants :wink:
  5. Sixty

    Sixty LE Moderator Book Reviewer
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    The chaps who are in a Squadron must feel awfully left out.
  6. I'm only after as i may be working in the future with the Army.
    And it would look better if i knew what the numbers were etc.
    And without throwing my teddy out the pram thought i would be easier finding it out here! 8O
  7. No please do throw your teddy, you are bound to get an answer then :roll:

    If you want an answer to a military question why come on a site infested with civvies :wink:

    Or you could just google ‘size of military formations’ (go on, be bold :D ) and find out that you may get a generic answer, however, that’s all it is generic, as a Sapper, Gunner, Cav or Air Corps Sqn will be completely different in size for example
  8. Cheers for that!
    wikipedia is my friend.
    Thanks for all the quick replies!!!! :lol:
  9. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    without trying to be flippant, it depends!
  10. Oh well done Trigger :D
  11. However, the answer is still 5, 7, 9, 8 and 5 Respectively though

    Oh and remember Wikipedia is a user edited website so I wouldn’t believe everything you see on there :wink:
  12. It's 42.
  13. Sorry, What was the question?
  14. chrisg46

    chrisg46 LE Book Reviewer

  15. well....mtds limited edition im afraid