Discussion in 'Gunners' started by catherine_r, Mar 24, 2010.
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I'm just curious as to which is better?
only one way to find out FIGHT !
2 completely different entities, go and fish for a bite somewhere else.
RAF Gunners obviously, they are airborne also known as "Ally"
Oh ffs!!!!!! If you haven't figured, out that they are completely different in every aspect, then neither are for you.
The clue is in the capbadges and names.
I am now going to go and hit my head repeatedly, against a fcuking wall.
Whats the difference between the RAF Regt and toast??????????????
You can make soldiers out of toast!!!!!!!!
you can make soldiers out of toast??
You didn't scroll down far enough did you?
did i hear right? that the rock apes are being trained on 105's?
Why don't you tell us which you think are better? It is a lot like saying "who's the better fcuk? You or a camel"? I think the answer is staring us in the face.
You would have made a good WRAC.
My god! Please say that isnt true!
I couldnt see it happening, shells are heavy and are known to damage fingernails!
Just as easy to say, Gun Bunnies do it parrot fashion and Rockapes are allowed the luxury of "Initiative", whereas Rockapes never venture further than teabreak distance from the NAAFI by Rover and Gun Bunnies thrive on lack of luxuries, having done a bit of both they have their own seperate and distinctive roles which used to mesh in the field of Air Defence, that's where the title "Gunner" comes from the Rockape point of view...proud of having done both, but given a choice...i'd go for the smell of cordite in the morning and the slam of the breech any time, having said that, as a rapidly aging "old boy" who wants to "take the shilling" again my only option is to rejoin as an auggie Rockape...so it's on the cards...Blue/Green Job coming soon "on a gate near you"
no duff i herd rock apes were being trained on 105's.
thats why i thought this thread was started... not just for baiting
RA Gunners of course they get "everywhere"
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