WWII Arnhem Short Film needs your help! Profits go to H4H...

#1
Hello Gents,

I'm a former Para turned filmmaker who is seeking to put together a short film to mark the 70th Anniversary of Arnhem next year.

All profits from the film will be going to H4H (I'm working for no payment), and we are trying to raise support to get the film funded.

Please head over to: 'What Manner of Men' - A WWII Arnhem Short Film by Josh Fortune — Kickstarter

If you like what you see, would be great if you could pledge anything (even as small as a quid!), or share it with people you know who might be interested!

Thank you,

Josh

NB. The film won't just be a Para porn fest - there were other regiments at Arnhem too!
 
#3
Hey Mullers - we are sorting one out today for it! As well as an official website and FB profile!

I've never had a personal twitter feed - as I never thought I'd much much worth saying! haha
 
#4
Twitter will help spread the word wide and far very quickly. Tweet anyone and everyone you know about this, don't be shy about it.
 
#7
Have you been in touch with this group....Pathfinder Parachute Group Europe

They do re-enactments at Arnhem and other sites;they have access to uniforms and chutes from that era. They are run by an ex RCT loadie and have ex service and civvies amongst their manifest.

If you need any phone numbers etc, feel free to pm me....and a few quid hoyed into the pot.
 
#10
Hello Gents,

I'm a former Para turned filmmaker who is seeking to put together a short film to mark the 70th Anniversary of Arnhem next year.

All profits from the film will be going to H4H (I'm working for no payment), and we are trying to raise support to get the film funded.

Please head over to: 'What Manner of Men' - A WWII Arnhem Short Film by Josh Fortune — Kickstarter

If you like what you see, would be great if you could pledge anything (even as small as a quid!), or share it with people you know who might be interested!

Thank you,

Josh

NB. The film won't just be a Para porn fest - there were other regiments at Arnhem too!
Why H4H as some have issues with that charity.
 
#11
Well, there's discussions about doing some others - like Royal British Legion and ABF too, but I am in discussions with them to work out the best way to do it.

Either way - all proceeds going to military charities! Thanks
 
#12
Have you been in touch with this group....Pathfinder Parachute Group Europe

They do re-enactments at Arnhem and other sites;they have access to uniforms and chutes from that era. They are run by an ex RCT loadie and have ex service and civvies amongst their manifest.

If you need any phone numbers etc, feel free to pm me....and a few quid hoyed into the pot.
Bunch of cocks.

Was doing med cover, cant remember which year.

Anyway these carried on jumping when everyone else stopped.

Refused to listen to us, and said that their own medic could handle it (godfrey bag)

How we laughed when someone creamed in and the young groupie women screamed for us to help, just before we FOd.
 
#13
Bunch of cocks.

Was doing med cover, cant remember which year.

Anyway these carried on jumping when everyone else stopped.

Refused to listen to us, and said that their own medic could handle it (godfrey bag)

How we laughed when someone creamed in and the young groupie women screamed for us to help, just before we FOd.
Dick.

Where was this in and what's the local statute of limitation I wonder?
 
#15
Bunch of cocks.

Was doing med cover, cant remember which year.

Anyway these carried on jumping when everyone else stopped.

Refused to listen to us, and said that their own medic could handle it (godfrey bag)

How we laughed when someone creamed in and the young groupie women screamed for us to help, just before we FOd.
Peen-arrse
 
#16
Seconded. Give us the details throbber.
When the military carries out parachuting it looks at the risks involved and mitigates against that risk.
There some mistakes, such as Kiel Canal in the mid 70's and Corsica in the mid 90's, but you know that there is someone on the ground that can call it off at the last possible moment due to safety reasons, and an RAF PJI who will pull you out of the door if needed.

On the day in question the military had looked at the risks involved and had appropriate medical cover on the ground and was in liaison with the local authorites. Despite that the DZ safety officer stopped all military parachuting for a time due to safety reasons.

So what did the "pathfinders" do to risk assess and mitigate against that risk.

The bloke running their show on the ground was arrogant and thought he knew best resulting in a paying customer creaming in.
 
#17
When the military carries out parachuting it looks at the risks involved and mitigates against that risk.
There some mistakes, such as Kiel Canal in the mid 70's and Corsica in the mid 90's, but you know that there is someone on the ground that can call it off at the last possible moment due to safety reasons, and an RAF PJI who will pull you out of the door if needed.

On the day in question the military had looked at the risks involved and had appropriate medical cover on the ground and was in liaison with the local authorites. Despite that the DZ safety officer stopped all military parachuting for a time due to safety reasons.

So what did the "pathfinders" do to risk assess and mitigate against that risk.

The bloke running their show on the ground was arrogant and thought he knew best resulting in a paying customer creaming in.
The request for details was more to do with a "medic" ******* off a casualty I fear

You dobber
 
#18
The request for details was more to do with a "medic" ******* off a casualty I fear

You dobber
Army medics treat army personnel and entitled people.
Not everyone, thats what we have the NHS for in this country and other countries have their own arrangements.

Therefore the "Pathfinders" should have provided adequate cover or arranged it, their CoC shouldn't have upset ours by ******* us off in the first place. When the screaming girlie hangers on, not their CoC expected us to help, we were ordered not to intervene and walked off.

There was a local ambulance service nearby, so no problem.

Remember we are to help those entitled to it.
In Afghanistan where there are rudimentry medical facilities we don't just treat anybody, ever heard of the eligibility matrix, civvies come way down the list.
 
#19
Bunch of cocks.

Was doing med cover, cant remember which year.

Anyway these carried on jumping when everyone else stopped.

Refused to listen to us, and said that their own medic could handle it (godfrey bag)

How we laughed when someone creamed in and the young groupie women screamed for us to help, just before we FOd.
I was on that. Do i know you?
 

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