BBC News 24 had two stories featuring 771 NAS tonight, one a rescue of a girl from Dartmoor and the other the recovery of two bodies from Mullion. They did the usual thing of saying "RAF Culdrose" and "RAF Helicopters" (despite the footage showing Royal Navy on its side ffs!). So far, so frustrating but nothing new or unexpected from ignorant reporters. Thne I see on the BBC website this little gem: " The incidents involved police, Dartmoor rescue services, and the Royal Naval Air Service..." http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/6417797.stm I am not just being pedantic, but if the BBC makes such obvius mistakes over subjects I know about, then are they making the same mistakes over subjects that I don't?? Can you imagine a journo repeatedly mistaking dollars for euros?