zipless cbt 95 shirt

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Bottleosmoke

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#1
Not being satisfied with the union flag being sewn on a ridiculous postion on arm. I have been issued in the past week a cbt 95 shirt without a zip.

Admittedly i didnt notice ,even during ironing it yesterday, until today.

Is this just faulty one or are we that strapped now?
 
#2
I have never used the zip on the '95 shirt & always remove them to make ironing easier & this also casues the collar to site better to when worn.
the zip imo is redundant.
I also remove the top button, as this is never used & again makes ironing that bit easier.

the desert '95 shirt comes without a zip from what I've seen.
 
#3
press_it said:
I have never used the zip on the '95 shirt & always remove them to make ironing easier
Ditto, but I don't remove them, its damaging the Queens uniform!
 
#4
press_it said:
I have never used the zip on the '95 shirt & always remove them to make ironing easier & this also casues the collar to site better to when worn.
the zip imo is redundant.
I also remove the top button, as this is never used & again makes ironing that bit easier.

the desert '95 shirt comes without a zip from what I've seen.
Ye Gods man, Me thinks thou art a Crab, and you know what an iron is!!
 
#5
G104MEN said:
press_it said:
I have never used the zip on the '95 shirt & always remove them to make ironing easier & this also casues the collar to site better to when worn.
the zip imo is redundant.
I also remove the top button, as this is never used & again makes ironing that bit easier.

the desert '95 shirt comes without a zip from what I've seen.
Ye Gods man, Me thinks thou art a Crab, and you know what an iron is!!
you need to sit down for this,

not only am I a crab, but a non-rock one at that who knows what an iron is AND ... wait for it .......... what Ally'ness is! :numberone:
 
#6
press_it wrote:
I have never used the zip on the '95 shirt & always remove them to make ironing easier

Ditto, but I don't remove them, its damaging the Queens uniform!
_________________

Why are you wearing womens (and royal womens clothes) garments????
does she know youve been in her cupboard
 
#7
you need to sit down for this,

not only am I a crab, but a non-rock one at that who knows what an iron is AND ... wait for it .......... what Ally'ness is! :numberone:[/quote]


You are not a rock-crab but a non-rock crab who know's irons in alleys?

Me thinks you need CDT at your gaff, schnell! No wonder you take your clothes apart.

If anyone knows, what is a non-rock crab anyway?
 
#8
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

non-Roc = non RAF Regiment Airman.

mover in this case (that last bit will probably cause some incoming!)
 
#10
press_it said:
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

non-Roc = non RAF Regiment Airman.

mover in this case (that last bit will probably cause some incoming!)

Oh, right ,thanks for that.
You'll be one of those noshers that tell you that you can't fly into that Op theatre with weapons, hexi-blocks, batteries within a 9 mile radius of your kit, at Brize Norton then,eh?
Not that your lot would know what they were or what living in the field actually involved.Then you love cancelling flights, but hey, I'm not going there.
Do you do a special course for that or does it come naturally?
 
#13
polar69 said:
FFS the zips are only there to stop RAF movers fat stomachs poking out from between the buttons on the c95 :cyclopsani:
I thought it was so that they had more time to think, as it takes them longer to strip off, "is it really is a good idea to rape this schoolboy"
 
#14
press_it said:
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

non-Roc = non RAF Regiment Airman.

mover in this case (that last bit will probably cause some incoming!)

How very dare you...................
 
#15
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

How very dare you...................[/quote]

CC1, are they not? I'm a REME bloke, please explain.
 
#16
G104MEN said:
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

How very dare you...................
CC1, are they not? I'm a REME bloke, please explain.[/quote]

well if you say someone is a gunner to a member of the Army, they think that the mentioned person is in the artillary!
 
#17
polar69 said:
FFS the zips are only there to stop RAF movers fat stomachs poking out from between the buttons on the c95 :cyclopsani:
sign ........ F##kun-zee Off-ski! :thumright:
 
#18
Praetorian said:
polar69 said:
FFS the zips are only there to stop RAF movers fat stomachs poking out from between the buttons on the c95 :cyclopsani:
I thought it was so that they had more time to think, as it takes them longer to strip off, "is it really is a good idea to rape this schoolboy"
nah, I leave those for you Praetorian, while I go chaseing all the good fanny down the spotlight club :thumleft:
 
#19
G104MEN said:
You are not a rock-crab but a non-rock crab who know's irons in alleys?

Me thinks you need CDT at your gaff, schnell! No wonder you take your clothes apart.

If anyone knows, what is a non-rock crab anyway?
'Guins
 
#20
press_it said:
G104MEN said:
RAF Regiment gunner (RAF Infantry bod)- nickname in the RAF is Rock-ape, Rock or Roc.

How very dare you...................
CC1, are they not? I'm a REME bloke, please explain.
well if you say someone is a gunner to a member of the Army, they think that the mentioned person is in the artillary![/quote]


No, I think by the bold "infantry",CC1 is somewhat resentful of the fact that you think, in your capacity as a Mover in the RAF, that they are Infantry.If, as I suspect, CC1 is a profesional infantry soldier, I don't think you have either the experience or profesional knowledge to disagree with him, do you?Go back to staying in hotels and cancelling flights, crab boy.
By the way, met a Scaley bloke(signals to you) today who just so happens to be a ex-"Rock"( he did 4 years, 1 sqn Gutersloh?).Reason he transferred? "RAF regt didn't go anywhere or do anything except guard duties".
 

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