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I'll probably be told by MOD that this question should be posted on such and such a thread (honestly some of them probably made good provost cpls) but this question has been bugging me all day. What was the name of the bratty wagon on Soltau, the one that could reach the parts that stalwarts couldn't. Many thanks.
 
#3
it gets more than the odd mention on arrse from time to time,,
big blue merc with a side that opened..
 
#7
FFBox said:
and the liking for Elvis music.............
He didn't enjoy being smoked bombed & thunder flashed :roll: But what happend to Soltau Sid, you know the happy chappy that would wave at you from the trees in the middle of nowhere as you motored past :?
 
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"Wolfgangs" ah the memories of chicken breast & chips, always a great respite from compo. There you were all cammed up in your hide fixing the Chieftain/Challengers when you would here the bell ringing as he approached cross country - extacy.

Nobby
 
#13
Vent_Tube_Tester said:
He didn't enjoy being smoked bombed & thunder flashed :roll:

Yes, but at least he'd know when it was going to happen. He knew the Exercise scenario inside out, and wouldn't mind passing on this info either! :wink:
 
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02FD11 said:
I'll probably be told by MOD that this question should be posted on such and such a thread (honestly some of them probably made good provost cpls)
As someone who spent the majority of my time on the tank park, chasing Wolfgang around the training area or sat in an office working out who's day to feck up and put on duty I have no idea as to my suitabliity as a provost cpl. :roll:
 
#16
02FD11 said:
What was the name of the bratty wagon on Soltau, the one that could reach the parts that stalwarts couldn't. Many thanks.
Wolfang - deffo. Not just places a Stally could not get to, he could get places even tracks could not manage in his Blue Merc. Sure the old bugger had a VRC-353 and an up to date BATCO wallet on board- he always got to the bivvie platz before us!

He also did a roaring trade in yellow hand bags I seem to recall. :wink:
 
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Hoochie said:
02FD11 said:
What was the name of the bratty wagon on Soltau, the one that could reach the parts that stalwarts couldn't. Many thanks.
Wolfang - deffo. Not just places a Stally could not get to, he could get places even tracks could not manage in his Blue Merc. Sure the old bugger had a VRC-353 and an up to date BATCO wallet on board- he always got to the bivvie platz before us!

He also did a roaring trade in yellow hand bags I seem to recall. :wink:
Firm favourite for non tac (or tac) smokers. Cross the fella midday, six figure grid (Mag to Grid get rid, grid to mag....add..... Wolfgang!) that night, light fire, crack cans open listen for.............................."My blue suede shoes" resounding thru the woods!!!!!
Cracking job, only ever slightly concerned about the amount of grease congealed or dripping on all walls and roof of said Merc......and Wolfgang, "Sod it, Brattie mit Pommes und mayo nochmal bitte!!!!" 8)
 
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Hoochie said:
Wolfang - deffo. Not just places a Stally could not get to, he could get places even tracks could not manage in his Blue Merc. Sure the old bugger had a VRC-353 and an up to date BATCO wallet on board- he always got to the bivvie platz before us!

He also did a roaring trade in yellow hand bags I seem to recall. :wink:
.. there was no great secret to how he knew where you would be bivvying up for the night. Bearing in mind that the SSM did the daily recce for the next nights bivvy platz he was on free bratties, bier & chicken t1ts for telling wolfgang.
 

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