Phil the Greeks rack =

Discussion in 'Armed Forces Jokes' started by c.anstey, Jun 12, 2012.

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  1. Wear of orders, decorations and medals

    Awards worn regularly by Prince Philip are noted in the above tables and are worn in accordance with customary British conventions applicable to the occasion, the location and to the form of dress worn. Awards not specifically noted are worn by Prince Philip on appropriate occasions relating to the country that made the award, again in accordance with UK conventions. The current ribbons worn by Prince Philip are as follows:[W 10]

    Notes on wear

    1.^ The insignia of a Knight of the Order of the Garter are regularly worn by Prince Philip on occasions when orders and decorations are worn, other than in Scotland where he wears the insignia of a Knight of the Order of the Thistle in preference when wearing a form of dress in which full-size or miniature medals are worn with only one breast star. Not worn when ribbons alone are worn.
    2.^ The insignia of an ADC to King George VI are worn by Prince Philip on the epaulettes when wearing UK military uniforms
    3.^ The insignia of a Knight of the Order of the Thistle are regularly worn by Prince Philip on occasions when orders and decorations are worn, other than when wearing a form of dress in which full-size or miniature medals are worn with less than two breast stars (when he wears the insignia of the Order of the Garter in preference). In Scotland, if only one breast star is worn, he wears the insignia for the Order of the Thistle in lieu of the Order of the Garter. Not worn when ribbons alone are worn.
    4.^ The insignia of a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire are regularly worn by Prince Philip on all occasions when orders and decorations are worn, other than when wearing a dress in which full size medals are worn with less than three breast stars.
    5.^ The insignia of a Member of the Order of Merit are regularly worn by Prince Philip on all occasions when orders and decorations are worn.
    6.^ The insignia of the Queen's Service Order is usually worn by Prince Philip on occasions when decorations are worn. There are some occasions when he wears other decorations but not the insignia of the QSO in the United Kingdom.
    7.^ The insignia of a Companion of the Order of Australia are normally only worn by Prince Philip in miniature with evening dress or when ribbons are worn alone.
    8.^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p These awards are those that Prince Philip regularly wears on occasions when decorations and medals are worn.
    9.^ The Royal Victorian Chain is worn by Prince Philip on all occasions customary for it to be worn.
    10.^ Displayed as they would be worn on a uniform shirt. Note an oakleaf is worn on the ribbon of the War Medal and a Palm leaf is worn on the ribbon of the French Croix de Guerre.
     
  2. Wheres the funny bit?
     
  3. It's the way he tells them.
     
  4. Is it missing a line about dingle dangles?
     
  5. Has any one told him we are not the British war medal forum? Lets put this in the Naafi and see what happens.
     
  6. The corgies are delighted he is home, they are sick to death of being told off for peeing on the settee
     
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  7. On a totally unrelated theme, please eat my arse out with a ladle of your own choosing.

    Thanks.
     
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  8. Are you special?
     
  9. Wordsmith

    Wordsmith LE Book Reviewer

    I'm more interested in Rihanna's rack - can you supply details?

    Can you supply details and pictures...

    Wordsmith