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Nurse! The screens!

#2
One of the full screws in my troop failed her B1 drivers course and immediately started shouting and screaming about only being failed because she was the only woman on the course.
Training Wing caved in and retested her, giving her the result she wanted.


Two weeks later we're out first parading all the DAFs and she has to ask someone where the dipstick and coolant tanks are.

Sent in a harsh font, using finger paints
 

Drivers_lag

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#3
She's a midwife. Midwives are the traffic coppers of nursing. Everyone hates them. I went out with one for a bit... She'd have done something like that.
 

krd

Old-Salt
#5
I ought to try that!. Yell "Help, help I'm being repressed because I'm one of only 2 male nurses on this unit"

I'd be Modern Matron in no time. Dunno if I fancy the dress though.
 

Drivers_lag

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#6

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#8
Do the RAF need a lot of midwifes then?

Although I did once meet a USAF Col Paediatrician, couldn't really get my head around that one either.
 
#11
Do the RAF need a lot of midwifes then?

Although I did once meet a USAF Col Paediatrician, couldn't really get my head around that one either.
Pregnancy and childbirth do occur within the Armed Forces, funnily enough. Though as the RAF and Army increasingly base in the UK, presumably the NHS will crack on.
 
#14
Do the RAF need a lot of midwifes then?

Although I did once meet a USAF Col Paediatrician, couldn't really get my head around that one either.
Way back in 95 when I was lucky enough to be shagging a RAF nurse, the tales she told about what went on in Wegberg,. Free Brest enlargements on the Crown, free gold crowns for nurses with a friend in the dental centre !! no charge just a few favours , many a few nurses had to have a " special" Op a few weeks after a wild drunken party.

Not what you knew but who you knew.

Also had a very pleasant meeting with a USN Commander who was the best midwife in the fleet ??

She had helped over 1250 babies being born, what she didn't know about the female bits is not even worth knowing. What she could do with hers was amazing :).
 
#17
Do the RAF need a lot of midwifes then?

Although I did once meet a USAF Col Paediatrician, couldn't really get my head around that one either.
Although this may not be the case now, when I was stationed in Gütersloh in the mid 80s I was told that the birth rate amongst RAF families was 3 times the national average.
 

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