RLC to para Reg

A little of list A, a little of list B.

There is still a chance that it is not Robme - just someone who types in a similar manner (and on occasion it appears that Robme could type fairly coherently - like the "tutor" does), uses the same incorrect terminology for 21 SAS, has the same top three military vehicles / aircraft, has similar grammar / spelling and joined just a few days after Robme was suspended / banned.
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I can't see Robme staying away until late June if that really is the case. Like alcohol he is addicted to walting and warbling on the internet.
 
There is when water gets trucked in by CLP. Or the grey water tanks are full to bursting and you have nowhere safe for run off without further risk to health.
No excuse. Bucket wash.
 
Which is what they were told to do. Wet wipes, wet cloth etc. The Maureens were upset about that, and wanted full showers.
Getting naked together with just buckets isn't the same though, is it?
 
Which is what they were told to do. Wet wipes, wet cloth etc. The Maureens were upset about that, and wanted full showers.
Maureen?!?!
 
Stuart Tootal started off in a Scottish regiment before transferring and commanding 3 PARA in Afghanistan.

In the book Contact, by AFN Clarke, he refers to the Royal Marines and the SAS at craphats. He gets a bit miffed when he spots a few SAS guys who he recognises from when they failed at DEPOT PARA,. I don't know whether this is from when he was a recruit (he is an ex-ranker), or from his time as a Recruit Platoon commander. Either way, he is wondering, "How did they pass SAS selection, when they can't pass our course?"
Stuart Tootal was indeed a Jock and was the Adjutant of the Queens Own Highlanders before moving to the Jock Paras - that would be 3!
 

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