The Best NAAFI Bar in the World. Where, When and Why?

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by ABrighter2006, May 13, 2007.

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  1. So we've all been in quite a few of them. But where are the best behind-the-wire drinking establishments of the British Army?

    Points added for attractiveness of staff, edibility of food and choice of entertainment.

    Bonus points for those may have been rumoured to allow a lock-in.
     
  2. It certainly isn't Okehampton Camp.

    God, even I wouldn't shag the barmaids there...
     
  3. I was quite fond of Hermitage. As a 'civvy', I managede to put at least 3 RSM's on the spot :)
     
  4. Shippers, your standards are slipping.
     
  5. Hmm agree to that - the sheep are better looking there. Nice birds down the town tho. However, one bastard of a climb back to camp when your pished.

    BT. :lol:
     
  6. The Marly in JHQ in the good old bad old days

    edit to add: The Queensway coming in second, only if you add Pops and Eddies that wasnt a NAAFI
     
  7. Pigs bar, 3ADTR, Glamorgan Barracks, Duisburg.

    Happy happy days.
     
  8. Had some happy days in the NAAFI at RAF Chessington, even tho I was Infantry.

    BT.
     
  9. JWFS at Ulu Tiram
     
  10. 6 armd jrc in munster,run by the boys for the boys! :D
     
  11. Kingsley Barracks Minden - 80's.

    Dessie's and Jeans on, into the pigs bar, get shiters on Tennants, have a whip-round to buy the nigs a "stinger" (top shelf) and then stagger down to the shack to drink more and get abused by Christina.

    Oh happy days............
     
  12. Pigs' Bar Brize Norton mid-'80s. All prepped & BF'd before a sojourn next door to the Spotty for some disco action and a filly to round of the proceedings. Never hath a mattress taken such a battering. Wonderful!
     
  13. Taxi's were invented just for that fcuking hill alone!