United Kingdom Royal Marine Corp

#2
Of course it might mean loosing the Paras and the SAS, but then Booties have always been able to do those things better anyway, haven't they? And of course the Booties know how to swim if the Helo goes down... :thumright:

Awaits for Third Shock Arrse Army to arrive.
 
#3
Do you mean "Let Loose the Paras!" Or are you just a dimwit?
 
#4
WTF are you chodding on about
 
#5
Good, very good..:)
 
#7
Fat gay sailors and RAF'ers.

Which category are you in Pebbles?

(And wtf is 'chodding'..?)
I was talking to the OP not you *pokes back in chest with steely gaze*
 
#9
No, we are from internetshire and hence come across many different languages. Most are decipherable but we have the very rare occassions that even the boffins of google translate get flumoxed!!!!

Guess which category your dribble comes in
 
#11
With the out rage promoted by the quip by a Brig that people should transfer arms and the ensuing bad publicity why not just go UKRMC?Army's manning chief infuriates troops with Service transfer quip - Telegraph

Navy take over air force, Marines impose their fitness regime on fat fookers and look at the press from an expanding Royal Navy...
Please Czech your use of the English language before you post any more shite here.

In English, the word you seek to use is corpS, not corp.

And 'outrage' is one word, not two.

Thank you.

tac
 
#12
Marines impose their fitness regime on fat fookers
Funny thing is though, the fattest serving regular I have ever met was a Marine

But he was a "prop" apparently, so that was alright, well that was what mumbled into his mayo lashed chips in the EFI. He also had a poor sense of humour, so another stereotype trashed I'm afraid.
 
#13
Funny thing is though, the fattest serving regular I have ever met was a Marine

But he was a "prop" apparently, so that was alright, well that was what mumbled into his mayo lashed chips in the EFI. He also had a poor sense of humour, so another stereotype trashed I'm afraid.

What what? So they all aint dashing chaps with bodies of adonis' and a sense of humour to rival a tent full of clowns in a tickling contest?
 
#14
Funny thing is though, the fattest serving regular I have ever met was a Marine

....... so another stereotype trashed I'm afraid.
Funnily enough, the fattest (and by and large the most unfit) blokes on the contract I work on are ex-marine - 2 of them in particular are huge, one of which was a recent Corp RSM!
 
#15
Understatement of the Year Competition

And the winner is . . .

It is understood that a number of specialist posts – known as pinch point trades such as bomb-disposal, linguists or nuclear submarine engineers – are available but would need people with the correct qualifications.
 
#16
Funnily enough, the fattest (and by and large the most unfit) blokes on the contract I work on are ex-marine - 2 of them in particular are huge, one of which was a recent Corp RSM!
Interestingly, some of the fattest blokes I've worked with were Ex- 3 Cdo Bde Log Regt. Got the badge, nothing to prove, moved up the rank scale and piled on the pounds.
 
#17
#18
It will be the largest single sacking of troops in the last two decades with at least a third being forcibly axed.
That seems sensible to me. It will be far cheaper to brutally hack a load of squaddies to death with axes and not bother paying them redundancy.
 
#19
Can't see any soldiers being recruited in to the Royal Navy as submarine reactor watchers or what it was!!!

That said, ALL troops should be encouraged to move services if possible and to take up positions in the reserves.

Non of this is personal.

That said, some sort of incentive to get blokes in to the TA wouldn't be a bad thing. I mean let's be honest, an instant 'bounty' for signing up to the TA for 3 - 5 years could sweeten the deal.
 
#20
That said, some sort of incentive to get blokes in to the TA wouldn't be a bad thing. I mean let's be honest, an instant 'bounty' for signing up to the TA for 3 - 5 years could sweeten the deal.
Ex-Regs move onto the maximum bounty immediately as long as they've done at least 4 years Regular service - they can even qualify if their MATTs are valid during the course of the year that they leave, without having to redo them with their new TA unit. To my mind, that's their sweetener.
 

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