Discussion in 'Army Reserve' started by drodri111, Mar 30, 2007.

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  1. How many days are in the field during the 3-week TA commissioning course at Sandhurst?

    I hear it's 7 days (6 nights).
  2. With the two exs and night nav its seven days (five nights). The maths does work!! :eek:
  3. who cares!

    the otc is for chumps

    what what what pip pip tally ho horsey
  4. What, the sort of chump that thinks the TA = the OTC?

    Step this way for your prize, a nice big pair of clown shoes and matching red nose.
  5. Beat me again BB !
  6. But don't worry, the beds are soft and the nice CSgt will bring you a tea with your toast in the morning. Watch out for the spiders.
  7. Well done. Have an ice cream.
  8. And a nice big red balloon mlaaaaar!
  9. That's all a bit pointless, the icecream will be dropped & the balloon let go.
  10. the_boy_syrup

    the_boy_syrup LE Book Reviewer

    You call it 'THE FIELD
    Is it a special field (SF)?
    Do we talk about 'THE FIELD' as we talk about them SSShhhhhhhhhhhhh
    You should be very careful if you take photo's out on 'THE FIELD'
    Under no circumstances should the be developed in a civvy photo lab
    You should hand them to your unit NCO who will take them to the appropriate department for censuring
    Don't be suprised if they return and 'THE FIELD' has been blacked out for Opsec reasons
    No dout this tread will be pulled as You may have compromised 300 years of work and the nations finest topographers will have to move his location

    :p :p
  11. Which field where is it & how big is it?
  12. Yeah, it's the cut backs, this year it's THE field, next year it's the REALLY LARGE GARDEN!
  13. :oops: NICE ONE, LOL
  14. Then the allotment, followed by the window box?
  15. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Quite so. I clicked on this link hoping to see a nice picture of Ugly's spaniels in The Field