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Operatives

#3
i don't know what's funnier. this:

2000-2002- Officer Commanding Training Company, 3 MI Bn. SAS
or all this:

SPECIAL SKILLS
Interrogation, Law enforcement, Military Special Force, Boating - engine, Canoeing, Cricket, Equestrian, Fencing, Golf, Martial Arts, Motorcycle Riding - General, Mountain Climbing, Rappelling, Rugby, Running - Sprint, Scuba Diver, Scuba Diving, Shooting - Revolver/Automatic, Shooting - Rifle, Snow Skiing, Snowmobile, Soccer, Stage Combat, Swimming - ability - general, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, Comedian, Disc Jockey, Ear Prompter, Firearms, Improvisation, Precision Driver, Stunts, Teleprompter, Vocal Range: Bari-Tenor, Voiceover, Australian Accent, British Accent, Cockney Accent, French Accent, German Accent, Irish Accent, Jamaican Accent, Scottish Accent, Fluent French
:D :D :D
 
#4
He wants to be giving back one his jubilee medals! I'm reminded again how much I hate the TA (and he was a monkey), although probably not as much as Squad 191 do..........
 
#5
He seems to have a lot of Google entries particularly with Sayres International. How does one man fit so much into one life?

The front line police supervisor, actor, int specialist et al, would seem to me to have used up more time than might be feasible.

Then his military career, int career, business career, he's been a busy lad hasn't he?

Methinks a certain talent for self publicising is making itself known...
 
#8
After over 6 years in hiding I can now reveal my true identity as ......................OPERATIVEGENIUS!


Operative, in my heart I know I truly, am not worthy and I could never get a job with Control Risk Group myself.
[/sincere]

Here is my humble offering
 
#9
Is this the same man - he was one of 'mine' at 3MI. WTF are you playing at Kevin?

Checking out his bio - no wonder he was such a shrinking violet! I suppose the 22 he means is 22 Coy and not 22 SAS!

Special Ops in 2003? Please tell me he wasn't 'Up the hill fm Umm Qasr in the 'compound' where nobody talked? Special Ops my arrse!
 
#13
That's quite a CV.

Was he the guy the South Park's team based the Gary Johnston character on for Team America; World Police?

GJ: Derka derka, Muhammad jihad!
Joe: I've never seen acting that good!
Lisa: He's amazing.
 
#14
Dark-Side_Groover said:
I wonder if I sent him my CV, would he re-write it (and perhaps add professional CV writer to his impressive repetoire!).

Screw the disclosure cell, I'm going to Kev Cresswell !
Nice to see you out of the closet. Or is it cupboard :wink:
 
#16
Sadly I also remember him from my time in 3 MI. At the time he seemed like a slightly full of himself Special Branch Officer from Cheshire. If only I had known just how talented and "special" he really was ......

For a giggle, you have to click on the ShowMyMedia section of the site, and listen to the many voice overs. My favourite is called "Camp Queen"
 
#18
Over4MeNow said:
Is this the same man - he was one of 'mine' at 3MI. WTF are you playing at Kevin?

Checking out his bio - no wonder he was such a shrinking violet! I suppose the 22 he means is 22 Coy and not 22 SAS!

Special Ops in 2003? Please tell me he wasn't 'Up the hill fm Umm Qasr in the 'compound' where nobody talked? Special Ops my arrse!
Dark-Side_Groover said:
I wonder if I sent him my CV, would he re-write it (and perhaps add professional CV writer to his impressive repetoire!).

Screw the disclosure cell, I'm going to Kev Cresswell !
For a moment there I thought this thread was about someone else..........
 
#19
Didn't I read somewhere about the required qualities of an intelligence officer being "discretion" among other things. Surely not?
 

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