IIRC a SSgt attached to a TA unit (excellent WWII record) and had had much training in various UN tours and time in N Germany, but had developed a drinking problem of sorts (couldn't get enough) His new career in 'The Rocking Chair Rangers" involved teaching the lads the use of 106 recoil-less rifle and its attached 50 cal spotting rifle. The lads in the Support Coy were really chuffed at the attention and instruction from a grizzled old sweat and found this most jolly, especially at the all-ranks mess. Later at the annual camp and shine parade of TA chaps and now included some chappesses. The Support Coy were prancing about with their tank destroying Rarfle. To illustrate to admiring, new female members how well they could do, they sighted on the Padre's vehicle as it was bimbling about the perimeter road and the spotting rifle was triggered quickly followed by a bang, flash and then a succeeding another flash-bang as the round struck the Padre's front bumper fair and square, dead centre at a mere 400 yds! Padre was not filled with the Spirit of Forgiveness and demanded that heads must roll and sadly the grizzled vet of UN tours and Germany was quietly ushered off to another more forgiving unit like Artillery who didn't inadvertently play with live rounds!
no sense of humour of forgiveness then , some people.... Sky Pilot too.