That is not, was not, the RCT motto .That’s because it wasn’t given it’s own identity from the outset. Even the poor decisions they made were shit:
Five (six) mottos to choose from
Sua Tela Tonanti - To the Warrior his arms. (RAOC)
Nil Sine Labore - Nothing Without Labour (RCT)
Labor omnia vincit - Work conquers all. (RPC)
Ubique - Everywhere (RE)
Quo Fas et Gloria Ducunt - Where Right and Glory Lead (RE)
We Sustain (ACC).
No offence to the ACC, but I feel a motto is quite important and that is the shittest motto in the history of shit mottos. Which fücking turnip came up with that for the RLC.
Remember when newspapers used to have porn phonelines advertised?Wouldn't it be easier to call her dominatrix?
A pet peeve of mine, too. Jupiter's missiles to the thunderer was (to my mind) the obvious motto if we were to keep any remnant of the forming corps.
Slapping five cap badges atop each other just reeks of disagreement, but I'm unsure as to just what I'd have designed had I been on the committee - pretty hard to unify such a large, unwieldy corps at the best of times.
That Google!Google translate interpretation, "Only one pudding, oh vulva".
I have this suspicion - and it's just a suspicion - that anyone who is worthy of the rank is less concerned about the titular accuracy of the rank.Mistress-in-arms sounds more cosy.
I have worked with a female MAA who was comfortable with the designation of Master at Arms.
Easy - bondook, gender neutral and multicultural…The new MOD diversity chief will look into changing military titles and ranks to be more inclusive to gender neutral beings.
So maybe the rank of Rifleman will now change to Them Rifles.
Samantha de Forges, who was appointed in the new role in February, is leading a review into military titles to be used in the UK's armed forces which will happen next year.www.dailymail.co.uk