smooj - trust me - you have nothing any RAF type would want. I mean - why would we want a gonk bag (we prefer duvets), bergen (we prefer Sasmsonite), entrenching tool (we prefer charm when tapping birds), or any of that crap you think the lads nick?
That new site is not good - yet. It has not had the time or the pro input this one has. At least the COs comments are valid & constructive.
You should not tarnish everyone with the same brush.
At the end of the day the Army recruit a high percentage of low lifes. Ive seen this with my own eyes as I joined the Army 13 years ago, so to call us theives is beyond belief.If its not tied down the Army will have it, thats natural instinctfor scavengers.
When I joined the RAF I took alot of flak about being ex army and I even tried to transfer back across to the Army but my CO wouldnt allow it.The army is in my Heart as Im a former pads brat who grew up in Germany.
The Army do like to give sh1t out but try looking in the mirror for once we are not all perfect far from it.
Back to the topic 'thieving RAF movers' Ive not seen bags being stolen from and if i had strong words would be said.
There Im off my soapbox I do apologise if Ive rubbed any of you up the wrong way but I had to bite back.
Who the f*ck likes Movers? And these re RAF movers, the worst, laziest, most useless most arrogant of a crap bunch anyway. Let them have their own forum. I for one won't be going to read boring posts on how they forced some young squaddie who had been in Iraq for six months wait in the terminal at BIA while the aircrew had a day off and then made him leave his daysack full of all his 'must have gear' behind because the RAF can't count and they rekoned his kit was over.
Knobs... I've sh1t things that do a better job than they can.