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BBC News - Search and rescue helicopter bid process is halted
On BBC South West this evening, the reporter interviewed an Ex RAF CO ( David Sinclair) of the Chivenor RAF SAR Sqn. Resplendant in a ginger handlebar moustouche this Ex Crabfat who now works for the the preferred bidder Sontia, was effectively slagging off MOD stating that by having the armed forces run SAR services was disadvantageous to the public as they were not able to link services like a private contractor. And in consequence the public could not now look forward to having 40 up to date state of the art helicopters.
What a grade " A " twat and surely a worthy ambassador for the RAF.
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