green lids for submariners?

Not that I'm aware of. Why would a sundodger be required to have a green lid??? Try being an ex sundodger to get one. There are some ex sundodger MAs around who then done the AAC to serve with the booties..
 

x4nd

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pjmliverpool said:
Is it possible to go for the all arms (commando) course and get a "green lid" when you are a submariner?

Can anyone tell me?

Yes, but I don't know much about it or how you do it. It can be done, I've meet a few that have a green lid.
 
I echo what dhoby says. The AAC is hard enough to get on as it is, I cannot see the Navy paying for a Submariner to go on it! And why on earth would you need to?
 

polariod

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At least 1 ex (R) ex submariner MA has been Green lidded as have lots of other RN skimmer medics.

Is this question something to do with some sort of super kudos hunt? Wanting to be a member of two elite organisations at once seems to be stretching the imagination a wee bit methinks.

Pol
 

x4nd

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JunglyDaz said:
I echo what dhoby says. The AAC is hard enough to get on as it is, I cannot see the Navy paying for a Submariner to go on it! And why on earth would you need to?

The two that I’ve met, one was an CPOMA who was attached to the RM before ending up in S/Ms and the other did err, some interesting duties at some point in his career.
 
x4nd said:
JunglyDaz said:
I echo what dhoby says. The AAC is hard enough to get on as it is, I cannot see the Navy paying for a Submariner to go on it! And why on earth would you need to?

The two that I’ve met, one was an CPOMA who was attached to the RM before ending up in S/Ms and the other did err, some interesting duties at some point in his career.

Exactly, a serving submariner isn't going to get a course.
 

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