Yet more Pussers Flannel?

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Then why post at all?
That's what this Navy Net is all about. Warts and all. Isn't it?
Taxpayers are still permitted to express their opinions as to how the taxes are spent?
Unless it reveals the profligacy of our armed forces. A British soldier with bad eyesight being killed in Malawi by an elephant?
Heaven help us
 

Wightsparker

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That's what this Navy Net is all about. Warts and all. Isn't it?
Taxpayers are still permitted to express their opinions as to how the taxes are spent?
Unless it reveals the profligacy of our armed forces. A British soldier with bad eyesight being killed in Malawi by an elephant?
Heaven help us
Might be a good idea to take your medication and have a nice lie-down.
 

WreckerL

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Having read a load of news reports on the Malawi incident where a soldier lost his life, no where can I see bad eyesight mentioned, or the fact he wore glasses have any relevance to the incident.

To paraphrase yourself, more @Tex hyperbole?
 

Alfacharlie

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That's what this Navy Net is all about. Warts and all. Isn't it?
Taxpayers are still permitted to express their opinions as to how the taxes are spent?
Unless it reveals the profligacy of our armed forces. A British soldier with bad eyesight being killed in Malawi by an elephant?
Heaven help us
Cock
 
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Having read a load of news reports on the Malawi incident where a soldier lost his life, no where can I see bad eyesight mentioned, or the fact he wore glasses have any relevance to the incident.

To paraphrase yourself, more @Tex hyperbole?
Resorting to infantile rhetoric in that a soldier wearing glasses in a Malawi game reserve wasn't myopic.
His eyesight clearly wasn't as good as the elephant that killed him . Elephant's eyesight is not brilliant. What on earth was a soldier wearing glasses engaging in jungle training if that was what he was doing, wandering about in a game reserve. They are dangerous places., even for people with first class vision.
 

WreckerL

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Resorting to infantile rhetoric in that a soldier wearing glasses in a Malawi game reserve wasn't myopic.
His eyesight clearly wasn't as good as the elephant that killed him . Elephant's eyesight is not brilliant. What on earth was a soldier wearing glasses engaging in jungle training if that was what he was doing, wandering about in a game reserve. They are dangerous places., even for people with first class vision.
First line of your post is a pathetic attempt at insult,.

Now if you were actually to read up on the incident, not just the headlines, you may be in a position to offer an opinion. If you had actually done even the most basic research you would know he wasn't taking part in "jungle" training.

As for the eyesight question, how do you know he was myopic, he may have had hyperopia...you don't know do you, just making assumptions to suit your own agenda. Are you also implying that nobody in the UK Armed Forces in your day wore spectacles?

Failed again!!! It's blatantly obvious why you were passed over.

Looking forward to your response once you've conferred with Professor Google ;)
 
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