Well done Royal - girls cop a load of this....

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  1. Good lad! BZ
     
  2. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    It's rather nice to see a bit of positive publicity.

    Similar article in the Express, so good national coverage.
     
  3. Well done to the Royal...BZ :thumright: Doing a great job!!
     
  4. cracking effort - well done
     
  5. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Good effort Tatts,Cpl "Tosh" will be proud of you.
     
  6. Awesome

    Well done colours, proud of you!!

    NB
     
  7. BZ Colour Sergeant Tatton! You must have had double helpings of wheaties for breakfast.
     
  8. Nice one Colours, a credit to the corps :thumright:
     
  9. Total respect - well done Colours!
     
  10. Outstanding!!! Good job Colour Sergeant Tatton!! A legend in the Corps for ALL potential Royal Marines to look up to!!
     
  11. Along with the lads on the Apache another one for the campfire on a cold winters night.

    Well done that man.
     
  12. Seadog

    Seadog War Hero Moderator

    BZ CSgt Tatton. A credit to the Corps. (Watch you don't put your back out doing stuff like that!)

    A PCSO would have waited for engineers with a crane and divers.
     
  13. Well done CSgt Tatton. I wonder what impression that made on the locals.

    Here's what one ARRSE person had to say about it:
    He's from Plymouth, they're used to lifting motors there. ^~
     
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  15. Well in Colours!
     
  16. Upmost respect to him indeed.

    Judging by the size of his "guns" he looks like he must of been bench pressing the thing for fun.
     
  17. BZ Colours , credit to the Corps
     
  18. My round, Colours ... Oh, and Tatts - did you carry out a full risk assessment and method statement first? No? Oooh dear!

    H&S Report by first thing tomorrow morning, if you please!

    OSD
     
  19. My mum lifted a car off me when I was about 5.
    Then the daft bat smacked me all the way home for getting run over in the first place :)
    Bless her.

    Well done mate, its good to know there are still people like you about.
     

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