From the posts I see it looks like support is pretty even.But you, as a self described 'Cold War, never deployed infantry stab' do like it? Is that because despite your 'seniority' you somehow get something everyone else is missing?
You're so 'right on' - well done. Don't think it will make you any friends mind, least of all in Credenhill, Poole or anywhere else who would rightly deride your attempts to support them, whether they were wearing 'Punisher' badges or not.
Only my opinion, but it seems to have some support at least, is that it should be a given when you join up that if you wish complete Selection and to operate in the shadows then you shouldn't think it appropriate to carry a torch.
I already have numerous times. Do you really want me to repeat it all.Really? I won’t be counting.
However - fancy answering the question or commenting on my views?
In order:I already have numerous times. Do you really want me to repeat it all.
I also asked you numerous times to tell me why you think wearing the patch will negatively affect performance.
It’s a small patch resembling a skull. As has been worn and displayed many times since ww2. Is it really worth the outrage.
In order.In order:
It is and it hasn't.
It isn't 'outrage', just close understanding, please don't demean my opinion by saying that I'm 'outraged'.
I think it's pretty clear we won't agree.
Rounds complete, guns empty etc etc
You said I was celebrating an SS fanboi culture. What did you mean by that. Was that meant to be demeaning.Right.
Where do I go with that ?
You say you want to ignore history but celebrate an SS fanboi culture.
Can you explain that?
We need an SS mentality? FFS....
And, before anyone weighs in, I'm well aware of 17th 'Mottos' and submarine Jolly Rogers.
Coppers traditionally wear the SB over the left shoulder, to support a pistol on their right hip, as opposed to a sword on their left (swords not being that traditional of a police weapon)I'd be happier if the gentlemen in the top pic in the blue stripey trousers put their Sam Brownes on correctly.
When I see MC-S wearing a skull.......To be fair, it’s not like they’re covered in badges most of the time. Callsign patches a UJ and a Squadron badge dosent exactly identify the unit externally any more than the crye kit does.
I’m pretty sure the old rules still apply when external to camp on courses etc. That of stable belt, beret and no other insignia.
I’m sure G Force’s Punisher will carry on regardless, especially when CGS is a Sqn alumni.