Op Olympic Medal?

#1
After being on Tour in Londonistan, word on the street is that troops who supported Op Olympic shall receive a medal for their services. Is this true? Personally I think we should after covering G4S's ass and all the effort we put in!
 
#3
Keep your eyes on the back pages of soldier magazine. I am sure one will be available soon for only £40, they seem to have walt bling from every other military holiday so I don't see why the London sports day should missout.
 
#6
After being on Tour in Londonistan, word on the street is that troops who supported Op Olympic shall receive a medal for their services. Is this true? Personally I think we should after covering G4S's ass and all the effort we put in!
Ask yourself "Does this really merit a medal" after Grandad got his bayoneting a Jap, not pointed one to where to ******* toilets are!
 
#7
Calm down folks - the proposal is for a commemorative coins, like those dreadful pieces of tat US personnel hand out. Mind you, our Detachment Ammenities Fund made a fortune selling thousands of 'limited edition' coins to US pers in PSAB just after 9/11.
 
#11
After being on Tour in Londonistan, word on the street is that troops who supported Op Olympic shall receive a medal for their services. Is this true? Personally I think we should after covering G4S's ass and all the effort we put in!
I think you should be kicked in the throat, repeatedly.

"Toilets to your left Sir, no you can't take that 2 litre bottle of cider into the stadium..."
 
#17
Calm down folks - the proposal is for a commemorative coins, like those dreadful pieces of tat US personnel hand out. Mind you, our Detachment Ammenities Fund made a fortune selling thousands of 'limited edition' coins to US pers in PSAB just after 9/11.
I got one of those in a handshake from a septic two-star. I nearly gave the thing back.
 

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