All for them, apart from the sod who beat me up during a milling contest. Apparently we need another hundred (Telegraph article today: Clergy seeking adventure: the Army needs you). Fine. What I didn't like about the article was the quote from the Comd 39 Inf Bde, Brig Richard Barrons: "He described a soldier, "warts and all", as someone who might have a reading age of 11 and whose main interests were drinking lager, eating chips and chasing girls". There may be a grain or two of truth in there, but you don't get more patronising than that.