Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by annakey, Aug 19, 2007.
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From today's Observer. Is it true?
There is definitely substance to this suggestion.
Most of the "4 years and out" lads and lasses will reach a stage where they believe they have ticked all the boxes and don't believe there is any point in soldiering on. A tour in any of the sandpits at the moment is likely to concentrate their minds even more.
Conversely, we all know or have met the type of soldier who is never happier when down and dirty on Ops, so I don't think the current intensity will adversely effect their decisions to stag on, as they will want to repeat the experience time and time again.
Is there any detailed polling going on in UK armed forces to discover what people really think? Or are we dependent on journos and ARRSE and what officers claim their 'chaps' are thinking?
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