ONE ARMY? Not if you want to buy a discount landrover..

#1
Land Rover obviously aren't aware of the "One Army" concept..

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#3
STAB's don't get the same 13% discount commitment from the Land Rover / Jaguar group, they see you like fat knacker weekend warriors with shit Botswana Defence Force webbing. I do think it should be given to those STAB's returning from Ops though.
 
#5
The TA aren't full time and therefore don't get the full amount of discounts, fair enough.

(BTW i'm a stab)
 
#7
yup....and my missus hasn't got a place at the local dentist 'cos we keep moving around.....

...suck it up, buttercup....

PS i wouldn't worry too much there won't be too much of a TA left after the SDR
 
#8
Bikini_Black said:
Land Rover obviously aren't aware of the "One Army" concept...
Neither are you, you tool.

The One Army Concept refers to a collection of reasonably narrow initiatives including recruitment and the provision of services to reservists on operations.

One Army Concept does not mean that the TA automatically get the same treatment, TACOS and, dare I say it, kudos that the Regular Army can enjoy. It's all about commitment you see?

To think otherwise is a Bone Army Concept.
 

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#10
Sangreal said:
Bikini_Black said:
Land Rover obviously aren't aware of the "One Army" concept...
Neither are you, you tool.

The One Army Concept refers to a collection of reasonably narrow initiatives including recruitment and the provision of services to reservists on operations.

One Army Concept does not mean that the TA automatically get the same treatment, TACOS and, dare I say it, kudos that the Regular Army can enjoy. It's all about commitment you see?

To think otherwise is a Bone Army Concept.
Yeah - you tell 'em!! They aren't even part-timers. T.A. members are merely 'casual labour', with none of the rights that go with being even 'Part Time Staff'. :roll:

Still, if you want a uniform AND be proper part-time staff, with the legal protection that brings, then try McDonalds.
 
#11
suntantaff said:
STAB's don't get the same 13% discount commitment from the Land Rover / Jaguar group, they see you like fat knacker weekend warriors with s*** Botswana Defence Force webbing. I do think it should be given to those STAB's returning from Ops though.
I agree! the one Army concept is bias! the Regs dont get an annual bounty for turning up for a few nights, a couple of weekends and a couple of weeks on the lash in Cornwall! and the Regs cant just decide what days/nights that they want to turn up for! Its not fair!

Throbber, get a grip.
 
#12
slighlty off topic i bought a short wheel base many years ago and spent a good cuople of years doing it up , it has led me down only once when in wales , was even oferred a fair price at an air show laste yaer
 
#13
CptCorrelli said:
slighlty off topic i bought a short wheel base many years ago and spent a good cuople of years doing it up , it has led me down only once when in wales , was even oferred a fair price at an air show laste yaer
Course you did.

wah.
 
#14
CptCorrelli said:
slighlty off topic i bought a short wheel base many years ago and spent a good cuople of years doing it up , it has led me down only once when in wales , was even oferred a fair price at an air show laste yaer
Who the fcuk cares?
 
#15
CptCorrelli said:
slighlty off topic i bought a short wheel base many years ago and spent a good cuople of years doing it up , it has led me down only once when in wales , was even oferred a fair price at an air show laste yaer
The walt mobile - do you drive to the shops in your desert combats in it pretending to have just driven from Basra?
 
#16
Mag_to_grid said:
CptCorrelli said:
slighlty off topic i bought a short wheel base many years ago and spent a good cuople of years doing it up , it has led me down only once when in wales , was even oferred a fair price at an air show laste yaer
The walt mobile - do you drive to the shops in your desert combats in it pretending to have just driven from Basra?
at what piont did i say i had been to al basrah ? closet i went was oman during the unplseantness , i fully explianed the desert combats stay to the point friend
 
#17
I never said you had. Youre just a sad walt who wears desert combats so that the impression is given that you have actually served in an operational theatre were they are worn.
 
#18
If you can't haggle 13% discount off one anyway then you shouldn't even bother going to a showroom, you fcuking pussy.

Jarred, you around next Saturday mate? I'm buying an Evoque and they don't discount the Evoque.

If you can secure a 13% discount then I will pay you £500 if you're that good, you have my word and I'll put it into a legal document if you prefer.

Send me a PM.
 

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#19
Jarred, you around next Saturday mate? I'm buying an Evoque and they don't discount the Evoque.

If you can secure a 13% discount then I will pay you £500 if you're that good, you have my word and I'll put it into a legal document if you prefer.

Send me a PM.
what's the asking price? If you can't get a discount you need to have a second option of a different car and walk away. I might be free next Saturday.
 
#20
I can smell the sweat and testosterone from here.
 

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