Question for Line Infantry Soldiers

#1
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
 
#2
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
Hmm yes, I think you're just after yet another abuse other units thread. We've got more than enough of them already if you ask me.
 
#3
Tartan_Terrier said:
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
Hmm yes, I think you're just after yet another abuse other units thread. We've got more than enough of them already if you ask me.

I'm not, I have a report to complete on different delivery systems that have the same (ish) outcome.

so on this case the outcome is 'soldiering/infantry skills and standards'

and the delivery systems are CTCRM, RAF Honnington, PARA Depot, TA etc etc


And as the mentioned Units are classed as so called 'Elite' by the mainstream civilain media, I would like if possible, the opinions of the standard line infantry regiments.

As I am guessing, apart from slight fitness differences that the standard differences between line inf and these 'elite' units are not as vast as 'advertised'.
 
#4
boredcivvy said:
Tartan_Terrier said:
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
Hmm yes, I think you're just after yet another abuse other units thread. We've got more than enough of them already if you ask me.

I'm not, I have a report to complete on different delivery systems that have the same (ish) outcome.

so on this case the outcome is 'soldiering/infantry skills and standards'

and the delivery systems are CTCRM, RAF Honnington, PARA Depot, TA etc etc
Wow, and this report of your will quote 'some unidentified bloke off of the interweb' as a source will it? Who are you writing it for? Fisher Price? :roll:
 
#5
codename1157 said:
boredcivvy said:
Tartan_Terrier said:
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
Hmm yes, I think you're just after yet another abuse other units thread. We've got more than enough of them already if you ask me.

I'm not, I have a report to complete on different delivery systems that have the same (ish) outcome.

so on this case the outcome is 'soldiering/infantry skills and standards'

and the delivery systems are CTCRM, RAF Honnington, PARA Depot, TA etc etc
Wow, and this report of your will quote 'some unidentified bloke off of the interweb' as a source will it? Who are you writing it for? Fisher Price? :roll:

well, as its for my kid brother BTEC Nat Cert. , they are not that bothered about resource origin or the fact that you have to use empirical journal articles.

So forum users answers will suffice
 
#6
Just make it up yourself, even for a school project this is useless. Nameless people who may or may not be infantry, or even Army, telling you what they think of other units that they've probably never worked with.

Fantastic stuff! While you're at it, why don't you do a project comparing US units' combat effectiveness based on what you've seen on various Hollywood B films.
 
#7
Afraid you can't compare them, different regimes and different products required. Also unless someone has worked with every one of those Units then once again you cannot compare. Should you not also compare 40 Cdo, 42 Cdo and 45 Cdo if you want it to be all encompassing?

Sounds a bit fishy...
 
#9
"I have a report to complete on different delivery systems that have the same (ish) outcome."

So are you going to write it for him, too? :?
 
#10
boredcivvy said:
And as the mentioned Units are classed as so called 'Elite' by the mainstream civilain media, I would like if possible, the opinions of the standard line infantry regiments.

As I am guessing, apart from slight fitness differences that the standard differences between line inf and these 'elite' units are not as vast as 'advertised'.
That's as near to biting as you're gonna get.

Rock apes more elite than a "standard" (shudders) infantry regiment?

Hahahaha..... :lol:
 
#12
HarryBosch said:
"I have a report to complete on different delivery systems that have the same (ish) outcome."

So are you going to write it for him, too? :?
not completely, but will help him with it.

I'm sorry if I have annoyed people with this request, but the standard of replies have been quite rude or pointless!

Wouldn't it be better not to comment, if the answer is going to be nonsense?

I feel like I have offended you all? apologies for this, all I want is several differents opinions on the stated units
 
#13
Detonator said:
boredcivvy said:
And as the mentioned Units are classed as so called 'Elite' by the mainstream civilain media, I would like if possible, the opinions of the standard line infantry regiments.

As I am guessing, apart from slight fitness differences that the standard differences between line inf and these 'elite' units are not as vast as 'advertised'.
That's as near to biting as you're gonna get.

Rock apes more elite than a "standard" (shudders) infantry regiment?

Hahahaha..... :lol:
well the media would make you believe this!

RAF Reg training is 29 weeks, Line Inf is 24 weeks,

RAF Reg are in SFSG

RAF Reg JROC is apparently far more arduous than PCBC
 
#14
This is a pointless wind-up meant to get everyone slagging each other off; find something better to do with your afternoons, and make the next wah better than this.
 
#15
UKSF are the only elite units in HM Forces. RM, RAF Reg and PARA Reg are bog standard just like the rest of us!

Fitness standards are an individual thing, you get robust, good fit soldiers in all units, not just the 3 stated above!
 
#16
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
Fcuk off, you trolling cnut.
 
#17
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
I think I speak for everyone on ARRSE, serving and past it, Reg, TA and Cadet, and of all three services when I say all units other than our own are clearly inferior.
 
#18
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)

I have corrected your post. Such wild use of Americanisms is looked down on, unless of course you actually are an American


boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

- RAF Regiment
- RM
- 1,2 and 3 PARA
- 4 PARA
- RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
 
#20
boredcivvy said:
Experienced Infanteers,

whats your opinion on (regarding differences in soldiering standards and fitness)

# RAF Regiment
# RM
# 1,2 and 3 PARA
# 4 PARA
# RMR

(thanks for your help, it will go towards a report on training/outcome standards within a 'similiar sector' assignment)
I wouldnt have bothered 8) :lol:
 

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