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Royal Armoured Corps to merge with RAF!.

#1
A possible solution to make use of all those redundant bits of kit.

The RAF(special forces regiment) would take over ammo bashing and track maintenance duties. TANK BUSTER.jpg
 
#2
A possible solution to make use of all those redundant bits of kit.

The RAF(special forces regiment) would take over ammo bashing and track maintenance duties. View attachment 120856
Track bashing is quite PHYSICAL you know, what about their delicate, soft hands ? To adapt Blackadder: 'Ahhhhhhhhhh me lord, you have woman's hands. I warrant these hands have never whacked a bent track pin with a sledgehammer'
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
#4
Hahahahaha, had a bit of a laugh back in '91 when 1RGJ got disbanded, we told the Greenjackets that they were being amalgamated with part of HCav to form the Royal Life Jackets!
 
#11
Chefs or Donkey Wallopers?
Just the RHG and the Life Guards - like the Devil, the names for the ACC were legion and really quite unfair to a fine body of men.


Recall that one of the duties of the prowler guards around dawn was to venture into the cooks' festering pit and wake the early turn, so they could rubberise the eggs and burn the toast in time for brekker. I took great delight in singing 'the sun has got his hat on' or quoting old Omar - 'awake, for morning in the bowl of night hath thrown the stone that puts the stars to flight'. Easy to do a runner before they got your range.
 
#14
Just the RHG and the Life Guards - like the Devil, the names for the ACC were legion and really quite unfair to a fine body of men.


Recall that one of the duties of the prowler guards around dawn was to venture into the cooks' festering pit and wake the early turn, so they could rubberise the eggs and burn the toast in time for brekker. I took great delight in singing 'the sun has got his hat on' or quoting old Omar - 'awake, for morning in the bowl of night hath thrown the stone that puts the stars to flight'. Easy to do a runner before they got your range.
Cooks disgusting greasy feckers ...there was a parade once and the senior officer inspecting asked one of the marines what his SQ was and he said cook...he got a bollocking and was told he was a chef.......a bit later he asked another marine what his job was and he replied chef...he then asked him how long he had been a chef to which he replied ...oh about ten minutes Sir.
 
G

goatrutar

Guest
#18
Cooks disgusting greasy feckers ...there was a parade once and the senior officer inspecting asked one of the marines what his SQ was and he said cook...he got a bollocking and was told he was a chef.......a bit later he asked another marine what his job was and he replied chef...he then asked him how long he had been a chef to which he replied ...oh about ten minutes Sir.
They're grotty cunts here too. At least we don't have the cheek to call them "chefs".


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#19
Recall that one of the duties of the prowler guards around dawn was to venture into the cooks' festering pit and wake the early turn, so they could rubberise the eggs and burn the toast in time for brekker. I took great delight in singing 'the sun has got his hat on' or quoting old Omar - 'awake, for morning in the bowl of night hath thrown the stone that puts the stars to flight'. Easy to do a runner before they got your range.

Jesus, You've got a memory on you! I think it was a 5am wake up?! I think though at the time I was too much or a crow to be prowler and still stood like a twat on the gate.
 

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