Quick Question para wings

#1
on what circumstances can a solider (not Parachute Regiment) wear them ie do you have to complete jumps or pcoy and jumps or pcoy jumps and also have to serve with the airborne brigade.Also whats the difference between Royal Marine wings and army wings .just curious
 
#2
Now we know why your called bawheed!
PCoy-Jumps- wear them with pride and if any fcuker pulls you up..call them a hat bearing in mind you will still be a hat any way
 
#3
bawheed said:
Also whats the difference between Royal Marine wings and army wings .just curious
Marine wings are given out like sweets to badge collecting sea hats. They've never done a sim 45, doorbundle and wedge in their careers. Homos.

Army wings are earnt by sweat, blood and tears.
 
#4
threaders_vm said:
Army wings are earnt by sweat, blood and tears.
And a plethora of other defence course that involve going nowhere near catterick ... i can think of 3 cses of the top of my head, that enable wearing of para-wings, once BPC is complete
 
#5
goon_bde said:
threaders_vm said:
Army wings are earnt by sweat, blood and tears.
And a plethora of other defence course that involve going nowhere near catterick ... i can think of 3 cses of the top of my head, that enable wearing of para-wings, once BPC is complete
Most of them involving blood, sweat, etc etc - you see where I'm coming from here?
 
#6
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
 
#7
sexysapper said:
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
My advice is get your brown wings first love....
 
#8
sexysapper said:
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
Here's some advice...get the fcuking brews in pet.

You lezza.
 
#9
sexysapper said:
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
QA's have got wings in the past - male this is, I think?????????

:?
 
#13
threaders_vm said:
sexysapper said:
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
Here's some advice...get the fcuking brews in pet.

You lezza.
And heres some for you, stick to s.hagging old birds and f.uck off out of this forum, theres a good lad
 
#14
sexysapper said:
threaders_vm said:
sexysapper said:
I am a QA and bidding for a place on P company for later this year. If successful I hope to serve with an Airborne unit. Does anyone here know of a QA who has attempted P company, what is the general pass/ fail rate. And do you guys who have served with both Airborne and non-airborne units prefer this. I am serious about attending and passing this course and would appreciate any views or advice.
Here's some advice...get the fcuking brews in pet.

You lezza.
And heres some for you, stick to s.hagging old birds and f.uck off out of this forum, theres a good lad
I am liking you even more......why did you never work for me?
 
#15
threaders_vm said:
goon_bde said:
threaders_vm said:
Army wings are earnt by sweat, blood and tears.
And a plethora of other defence course that involve going nowhere near catterick ... i can think of 3 cses of the top of my head, that enable wearing of para-wings, once BPC is complete
Most of them involving blood, sweat, etc etc - you see where I'm coming from here?
yep, or muchos mental agility, eg ATO
 
#16
bawheed said:
on what circumstances can a solider (not Parachute Regiment) wear them ie do you have to complete jumps or pcoy and jumps or pcoy jumps and also have to serve with the airborne brigade.Also whats the difference between Royal Marine wings and army wings .just curious
Guys who have attended and passed the All Arms Commando Cse,(29 Regt, Booties, RAF, and other Land based Army units etc) can go on to attend the Jumps Course, normally held at a RAF Station.Once successful they can wear there Wings.

Hope this helps

DWTD
 

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