Sat safely secured in the "reading room" this morning, browsing through "Schotts Original Miscellany" when I found "Nouns of Assemblage" on page 11. Now I know at many PATO Conferences, SAT's Seminars and Messes around the world where 3 or more ATs are gathered, the question "what's the term for a group of ATs" has often cropped up but never concluded. Some examples are: A malpertness of pedlars. A pontification of Priests. A bench of Bishops. A murmation of starlings. A chattering of choughs. A Cete of badgers. A drunkship of cobblers, (would have been good for ATs!). .... and many more. So, the challenge is to finalise the debate and agree a noun of assemblage for 3 or more Ammunition Technicians assembled in any place (with or without liquids with a percentage!) for which the winner will receive a free lunch at the Association of Ammunition Technicians AGM and Lunch in October 2009. Referral to Roget's Thesuarus is permitted. The winner will be decided upon by a poll here on Arrse. My submission is a "chortle" of ATs. Enjoy.