Proper way to address an officer

#1
"Sir I am ######## Private Bloggs arriving into battalion sir"
is how it starts but how does it end
he says carry on
then what do i say
"Sir permission to take my leave of you sir" ??
 
#4
Get a grip man!
 
#5
I found "ow do, Sir" tended to get the job done.
 
#10
Modern officers are trained to embrace the diverse melting pot society that is modern Britain, I therefore suggest:

"What up blud?! Brrrrraaaap Brrrraaaap"
 
#15
#16
Post was not meant to excite your pants was just after the traditional proper way you would say it but no fukin worries ill just ask my old freind richard sharpe what he did at horse guards
 
#17
Arrse always useful as ever post has descended into homogay chat
"Leave to fall in sir please"

Introduce yourself, telling him/her how ace you are

"Leave to carry on sir please"

Then hot step out.

I don't know why people think it's a shit question...though I'm surprised you weren't taught it in training!
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#19
Just call them by their initials.

A. U. seems to work.
 
#20
Post was not meant to excite your pants was just after the traditional proper way you would say it but no fukin worries ill just ask my old freind richard sharpe what he did at horse guards
As your previous posts indicate that you have served for at least 3 years, I found your opening question... stupid beyond belief. Looking at the content of your previous posts... I see that you are!

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