On BBC 2 tonight at 1900, following Gen. Richards in Afghan.
I understand where you are coming from on this MB. However, remember that Gen Richards is/was commanding a multi-national force, so he will have so many different rules to play with. When in Rome, as the saying goes.Mighty_Blighty said:Excellent programme. Not sure about boozing with the Italians though, not good IMHO, when the boys are dry - so should the General be.
Standing by for incoming about it's their way of life and it would be insulting blah, blah, blah..
Yes it was.Recruiting_Office_reject said:What was the Howitzer that featured, the new BAE M777 ? If it was, when are the Brits over there getting some, as it looked very impressive ?
I thought it was a very thought provoking programme. That Canadian Sergeant was a tough but articulate and compassionate looking lady.
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