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mick burgess
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Service Details: Joined Boy's Sqn RAC Sepy 1956
Joined B Sqn Berlin Dec 1958
Joined C Sqn Celle Feb 1960
Posted Hohne Regt came together1961
Benghazi, Cyprus, Perham Down, Lulworth,
Tidworth, Herford, Manchester, Lulworth,
Catterick, Munster 1992 KRH Lulworth.
Retired Dec 2006 after 50 years/6 months
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Ration Packs

Postby mick burgess » Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:51 pm

Remember the old compo packs well look what the Marines get now !!!!!!
Click on the link below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zs8c_c_awGs&authuser=0

Mick :lol: :roll: :oops: :|

j kerwin
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Re: Ration Packs

Postby j kerwin » Fri Apr 14, 2017 8:48 am

bet he never gets beyond 2 stripes :D :D . good piss take.

Bill Bentley
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Re: Ration Packs

Postby Bill Bentley » Sun Apr 16, 2017 4:44 am

Always preferred the passion WRAC's myself, lots to chew on AND a warm mattress in winter AND lots of cooling shadow in summer.

Mick, how did you manage not to grow to be 6' tall, after your commission, on all of that good scoff. Although I never served in the ossifers mess, either seated or as a servant, I have it on good authority that the Cavalry always dine better than the Gyrines, the mind boggles :? .

Immediately after that clip there were some other interesting clips: Kevin Kostner giving an amazing speech, praising the British Armed forces and then a Lt Col. Tim Collins briefing his men before commencing battle in Iraq in 2003.

Then I had to reflect upon Iraq today, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and perhaps the entire world tomorrow and I have to ask myself 'Whatever happened to the nobel intention of respectfully liberating' ?

mick burgess
Posts: 113
Joined: Mon Nov 06, 2006 9:08 pm
Service Details: Joined Boy's Sqn RAC Sepy 1956
Joined B Sqn Berlin Dec 1958
Joined C Sqn Celle Feb 1960
Posted Hohne Regt came together1961
Benghazi, Cyprus, Perham Down, Lulworth,
Tidworth, Herford, Manchester, Lulworth,
Catterick, Munster 1992 KRH Lulworth.
Retired Dec 2006 after 50 years/6 months
Real Name: Mick Burgess
Location: Dorset
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Re: Ration Packs

Postby mick burgess » Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:10 pm

Good to hear from you Bill hope you are having a good Easter and not eating too many eggs !!!
Take care health and happiness to you and your family.
Mick/Marion


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