Wer're bankrupt.

Discussion in 'The Quarterdeck' started by canteenflat, Feb 6, 2011.

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  1. Is the amalgamation Dartmouth, Sandhurst and that Crab one, looming even closer? How much longer can we afford such luxuries?
     
  2. For about as long as it takes you to spell a thread title correctly.
     
  3. Were it not for that recalcitrant substitute apostrophe al'lls would be well
     
  4. For as long and longer than it has been a necessity
     
  5. Point of order, don't forget Lympstone.
     
  6. Or gall stone or kidney stone. We would be better off without them
     
  7. More speshul that amusing...
     
  8. Neither special nor amusing but pragmatic. we can no longer afford anything superficial. The Royal Marines should train alongside the Paras and SAS . They do similar jobs and training them together wearing one uniform would save much money.
     
  9. Aye, the funny cnut seems to be back....with new material....... oh wait, its the same old crap :p

    Still made me laugh though after a windy trip to have a look round HMS Manchester
     
  10. I couldn't fail to disagree with you less.
     
  11. This has to be a wah? No-one this retarded can operate an internet connection?
     
  12. Never realised you could join the SAS directly. Always thought they came from different regiments and did a totally different type of training for a totally different type of role.

    Is it busy in your CCF unit these days Norman
     
  13. Not seen many SAS or Paras splashing about in boats or wearing rubber suits, however, Royal can jump out of a perfectly serviceable aircraft, he can also yomp vast distances. So lets put the boot on the other foot. Why not train those lesser beings into the ways of the Royal Marines?
     
  14. Quite!
    A new Royal Marine Air Service Regiment from the SAS and Paras all wearing the rather superior RM uniform with the old Combined Ops badge would be a force to reckon with. When serving afloat a clip on nautical badge could be worn with walking out dress.

    Lossiemouth awaits new tenants. Mountains snow beaches rivers airfield, hectares of battle practice grounds, uninhabited islands.
     
  15. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    You are, without doubt, either a massive bellend or a good wah.
     
  16. So they'd be the RMAS then Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    With a ready made fleet (but you already knew that) ;-P
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