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- 19-08-12, 22:04 #1
- Join Date
- May 2006
- Somewhere warm & wet, thats right - a giant gravy filled yorkshire pud!
Who's the Highest Ranker?
Just wondered what kind of clientel we have frequenting these pages.
Obviously not looking for names etc but what rank did you reach and if you're no longer in the MOB what are you up to now.
Personally I'm riding high as a leading seaman in the RNR.
Never been a regular but in civvy street I'm a quantity surveyor (brick counter).
So come on, have we got any closet Admirals on here?The Royal Navy Reserve - YESTERDAYS TECHNOLOGY - TODAY!
20-08-12, 07:40 #2
I'm at the dizzy heights of WO2, but my oppo called me a big ranker(or something like that) on Saturday night."What do you want to do when you grow up son?"
"Join the navy."
"Well you can't do both!"
20-08-12, 07:41 #3
I'm an Ex Squadron Leader. Think that I may be lost.
Matron! I need a lie down.O Lord above send down a dove, with wings as sharp as razors, to cut the throats of them there blokes, that sells bad beer to sailors.
20-08-12, 08:14 #4
CPOWEA(AD) (Mech) Submariner (Bender)
Civy Defence industry even though I said when I left I would change career, ended up doing what I knew, now working in Aviation no Idea how I ended up here, just kept saying yes I can do that, and know I don't mind what I do as long as you keep on paying me?Wanted to write something witty and profound, but couldn’t be bothered.
20-08-12, 08:15 #5
20-08-12, 08:18 #6
Marine........ Now Ron Jeremys money shot double....... beat thatwhy you kikka my dog and a call it fuck off?
20-08-12, 08:20 #7
20-08-12, 08:59 #8
- Join Date
- Jun 2007
the dizzy heights of Lieutenant, before the nice people at NSMBOS decided the Fleet could get along just fine without me....A British officer only runs in 2 situations- between the wickets and towards the sound of gunfire
20-08-12, 09:11 #9
20-08-12, 09:16 #10