PWRR - Advanced Close Quarter Battle course

#13
I've read that PWRR have a Advanced close quarter battle course but I've never heard anything about it. Could someone please ellaborate or if anyone has done it?

First Battalion (1 PWRR) - British Army Website - Pictures 6 & 7.

It's just to get them ready to go on leave in Margate and other Kentish/cnutish coastal shiteholes and other one horse towns, where most of them come from.

You fallen for their spin on the web page......join any Inf mob and you'll be doing similar at some stage, usually in the Naafi or when lining up for scoff.
 
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1969peps

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#15
Maybe they should stick to real soldiering. That way they might pass the next battle run in Canada.
Fair one, BATUS (Belters And Tactically Useless Soldiers) being the centre of skills and drills for the infantry, that Battalion one of the most highly decorated in the army, should listen to your words of wisdom. Old thread but when i came across it I had to chuck my pennies worth in.
 
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Lizard_Lips

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#16
Fair one, BATUS (Belters And Tactically Useless Soldiers) being the centre of skills and drills for the infantry, that Battalion one of the most highly decorated in the army, should listen to your words of wisdom. Old thread but when i came across it I had to chuck my pennies worth in.
I doubt they're one of the most highly decorated units in the army, they were only formed in 1994 ( or there abouts)


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Actually they do happen to be one of the most highly decorated units in the British Army (aided in some part by having the only serving VC holder), and also happen to be the holders of the Oldest battle honours in the British Army (Tangier 1662). Also seeing as both Battalion's have given a very good account of themselves in BATUK (only as good as your last patrol), I think it is fair to say old ghosts are being put to bed.


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Actually they do happen to be one of the most highly decorated units in the British Army (aided in some part by having the only serving VC holder), and also happen to be the holders of the Oldest battle honours in the British Army (Tangier 1662). Also seeing as both Battalion's have given a very good account of themselves in BATUK (only as good as your last patrol), I think it is fair to say old ghosts are being put to bed.


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PWRR weren't around in 1662


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