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Silly questions? Then please answer!

#1
2 quick questions, which I can't seem to get a straight answer for:

Is "Working Dress" currently considered to be CS95, or something else, and if so what?

If in No 8 shirt sleeve order (?No 14?) and it's p**sing down with rain, is it acceptable to wear your goretex over the top?
 
#10
possforta said:
What order of dress is considered "Working Dress" for the RAMC?
Thanks,
P
I used to see them hanging about in Barrack dress, do they still issue this?

Edited to add:
Plus them army issue shoes that those on the sick used to wear with lightweights.
Every BAOR unit used to have at least one bloke who looked older than your dad and wore pretty much what he liked as he was near deaths door with all manner of ailments and allergies.
Shoes, lightweights and a No2 dress shirt looked like MOJOs apart from they were Lance Jacks.


If it's raining just put on a white Doctors coat with a stethoscope round your neck.
 
#16
verticalgyro said:
possforta said:
ps: if you don't have anything useful to add: thanks for your input, and have a lovely day.
I do apologise for scribbling in your perfectly sensible thread. I will now leave you to ponder the meanings of such important questions as; "Is there a God", "Is it gay to look at your mates cock in the shower" and the great favourite "If in No 8 shirt sleeve order (?No 14?) and it's p**sing down with rain, is it acceptable to wear your goretex over the top?".

Enjoy your day as well, good sir.
Good call: http://www.arrse.co.uk/wiki/Gets_tedious :)

msr
 

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