At my last (and final unit) we had accomodation blocks that were falling apart because the money to build more new blocks ran out half way through redoing the camp. One lad had to be taken to hospital because in one of the portacabin blocks he got out of the shower and fell through the floor. But as long as the polyester mafia are happy who gives a ****.
RAF chooses to look after its people, Army doesn't. Nothing new in that, as the Army's tendency to jump into any bed vacated by the RAF has consistently shown. The rules are the same for all (including those on hotels on dets), its how you choose to use them that's the point.
Vertical, I too have a spacious room and I am glad that the RAF are looking after you. I trust that they are also treating you like a grown up and worshipping your amazing rack of miniatures. Class is priceless.
Great thread. If we had an Olympic sport for winging, dripping,whining. moaning, gum grinding, tearful foot stamping and hissy fit honking, the place to look for champions would be on the boards of ARRSE whenever the Royal Air Force gets a mention.
Dry your eyes ladies, and give the old noses a good blow, re apply some new lippy,and untwist your thongs, you will feel so much better.
From my experiance of living on an Army camp, if the squaddies stopped going around having a dump in the baths and thinking its funny, maybe someone above would treat you like an adult and give you pleasure of some nice, new, plush accommadation!!!!!