RAF Coppers!

#1
Psst, Heard the one about the RAF Copper who ND'd right through the fuselage of a Middle Eastern Prince's Private Airbus?

Laugh, I nearly split my sides!

What goes around comes around!
 
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#3
She_Rah said:
Psst, Heard the one about the RAF Copper who ND'd right through the fuselage of a Middle Eastern Prince's Private Airbus?

Laugh, I nearly split my sides!

What goes around comes around!
What went round in the first place in order for it to come back again?
 
#4
Biscuits_AB said:
She_Rah said:
Psst, Heard the one about the RAF Copper who ND'd right through the fuselage of a Middle Eastern Prince's Private Airbus?

Laugh, I nearly split my sides!

What goes around comes around!
What went round in the first place in order for it to come back again?
Maybe he ND'd with a boomerang.
 
#5
We had a 'new RAF Plod back when I was in the Armoury at RAF Kinloss in 87.This guy was as thick as a forest! As a wind up,one of the senior RAF Plods asked for our help.We took the slide release catch from a 9mm Browning & welded a broken SLR bayonet (just the blade) to it,shaped it & added a loop for a sling to it.
Fitted it to a pistol & he was sent to do 'pistol bayonet drills' with some other plods who were in on it.He got his photo taken & was in the RAF station magazine.
He was again got when told that the Storno radio's we used back then had a black spot in the middle of the airfield so to get better reception,he'd have to stand on the bonnet of the landrover & hold the radio over his head.
He fell for that one too,as well as sending him to the oxygen bay to leak test the bin liners!
 
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spike7451 said:
We had a 'new RAF Plod back when I was in the Armoury at RAF Kinloss in 87.This guy was as thick as a forest! As a wind up,one of the senior RAF Plods asked for our help.We took the slide release catch from a 9mm Browning & welded a broken SLR bayonet (just the blade) to it,shaped it & added a loop for a sling to it.
Fitted it to a pistol & he was sent to do 'pistol bayonet drills' with some other plods who were in on it.He got his photo taken & was in the RAF station magazine.
He was again got when told that the Storno radio's we used back then had a black spot in the middle of the airfield so to get better reception,he'd have to stand on the bonnet of the landrover & hold the radio over his head.
He fell for that one too,as well as sending him to the oxygen bay to leak test the bin liners!
I'm sure he went onto bigger and better things.
Barrier up
Barrier down
 
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