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jossman said:
P055 circa 1960. Why has the terminology for an OD turned into "Red Arse". The mind boggles?

Jossman do not worry about the sprogs, I am still the "Eternal OD" but never a Red Arse, having been there, seen it, done it, spliced two and half inch extra flexible steel wire rope to pass for Leading Seaman, NOTE THAT WELL SPROGS, "Seaman" I was also a RP2 or OM in modern terminology. We can sort that all out in September when we have the Submariner-v-Regulator round one drink and dits competition.

Nutty
 
Nutty said:
jossman said:
P055 circa 1960. Why has the terminology for an OD turned into "Red Arse". The mind boggles?

Jossman do not worry about the sprogs, I am still the "Eternal OD" but never a Red Arse, having been there, seen it, done it, spliced two and half inch extra flexible steel wire rope to pass for Leading Seaman, NOTE THAT WELL SPROGS, "Seaman" I was also a RP2 or OM in modern terminology. We can sort that all out in September when we have the Submariner-v-Regulator round one drink and dits competition.

Nutty

I spliced 1/2" signal halyard, will that do? Look forward to the "Run" in September and also the Pussers Bubs that you have secreted away. Pig Boatman - v - Regulator.......Bring it on :wink:
 
Greenie said:
grefs said:
was P100

then the powers that be changed it to

D100.

1966 HMS St Vincent

Hawke 496 Entry


Hurra there are other St Vincent entry guys on RR

I was 1956
Hawke 390 Entry
M956***

How come no postings about St V in the Shore Estab forum :?: - come on guys, we (well some of us) TROGs would like to know about your experiences etc just to show that we didn't dominate the mob :wink:

Nozzy put lots of threads in, but no-one appears yet to be talking ?
 

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