Would you go to war with...

BrunoNoMedals

LE
Kit Reviewer
#1
... a STAB from "Them" who you knew liked his charlie, pills and weed?
 
#3
If he knows how to score charlie & pillsin theatre he should be in MI6, not the TA! Weed probably not a difficult issue in Afghanistan I should imagine...
 
#4
If it bothers you that much give the CDT Team a call and suggest that people in a certain unit get tested my SWAT unit has been CDT'ed twice I don't agree with illegal drugs at all and would quite happily shop a druggy in my unit in a heart beat
 
#5
BrunoNoMedals said:
... a STAB from "Them" who you knew liked his charlie, pills and weed?
Absolutely, live and let live I say!



Bcc: CDT.

Subject: You need to raid 21/23 etc!

I'm an RMP, I have a (back stabbing) reputation to live up to after all!
 
#6
Go to war with him? I woudn't even go to the pub with him. Make the call.
 

BrunoNoMedals

LE
Kit Reviewer
#7
This is a hypothetical question, obviously. I wouldn't stab a STAB in the back even if the STAB had stabbed me in the back first :D

Even if I would, I'm a civvy and wouldn't have a clue what I'm doing.
 
#8
I doubt very much he's the only squad you know who has a tipple with charlie sometimes. Who gives a sh1t what he does in the uk just as long as he's focused on the job in theatre. What he does in the uk has no bearing on you, if he want's to run that risk then he'll just end up getting cdt'd and will be snlr... Not your problem mate, but his sever fuck up... x
 

ADUX

War Hero
#9
Mr_Fluffy said:
I doubt very much he's the only squad you know who has a tipple with charlie sometimes. Who gives a sh1t what he does in the uk just as long as he's focused on the job in theatre. What he does in the uk has no bearing on you, if he want's to run that risk then he'll just end up getting cdt'd and will be snlr... Not your problem mate, but his sever * up... x
What b0llocks, utter utter b0llocks. Coke snorting cnut needs shopping before he goes anywhere near theatre. It doesn't matter whether TA or regular, get CDT in.
 
#10
All I'm saying is that if lads started doing that down town (which some do), you would just distance yourself from them. Granted you would try and have a quiet word and if it effects them at work of course you would take it up the chain. But if they want to fuck up their career that's their problem. I don't do drugs, but I'm would just go running up the chain like a lap dog until it was encroaching in to work time. Sorry but that's the way I deal with it. x
 
#11
Shop the little cock scoffer, right after you have kicked teeth in.

Anyone using illegal drugs has no place in the military, full stop. It WILL effect their work and the effectiveness of the troops around them, guaranteed.
 
#12
Have you heard of moral courage? Values and Standards? It's not about going up the chain like a lap dog, it's about doing the right thing.

Career effect is irrelevant, I couldn't care less if the career goes down the pan and you can't say 'only if encroaches in work time' you can never predict when the effects of drug taking will manifest themselves, it can be months or years later.
 
#13
I do know where your coming from, and I don't disagree at all with what your saying. It's just hard doing it with out getting a name for yourself, and as you know in the infantry your reputation with the lads is everything. One of the blokes who used to do it was sent out of theatre by the brigade commander on other charges and he was our platoon sjt lol! x
 
#14
It can be difficult but crucial. It's one of the things that sets the military apart from bedwetting, chav, civvy types. Few other professions rely on the guy standing next to them as much as we do.
 
#16
Mr_Fluffy said:
I do know where your coming from, and I don't disagree at all with what your saying. It's just hard doing it with out getting a name for yourself, and as you know in the infantry your reputation with the lads is everything. One of the blokes who used to do it was sent out of theatre by the brigade commander on other charges and he was our platoon sjt lol! x
no its not it dead easy there is a confidential number you can call the CDT team on and suggest that they visit X or Y unit look on your pay statement every now and then its on the bottom
 
#17
Easiest decision of your career
Shop him
if he's clean fine
if he's not he's out
no problem

irrelevant whether TA or Reg, as on mobilisation all TA are made permanent members of Armed forces until such time as de-mobilised(well thats what it said on my mobilisation paperwork in '04)
 

BrunoNoMedals

LE
Kit Reviewer
#18
Mick, are you implying that when he's home and just doing the civvy thing it's not an issue?

Seeing as I don't get an Army pay statement does anyone fancy sharing that number? I can't find it anywhere.
 
#19
His drug habit could distract him from his job. It can also make him prone to eg. blackmail..

Mag to grid.
 

BrunoNoMedals

LE
Kit Reviewer
#20
Ha yeah, maybe I should just hold it over the fecker's head for a few years and milk it.
 

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