About NIG....Hello guys n Girls
|July 31st, 2012||#1|
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NIG....Hello guys n Girls info
My name is Phil or Scouse, I left the British Army in 2006 at the Rank of Sergeant, I originally Joined as a Cavalryman in the Premier Recce Regiment of the British Army 9th/12th Royal Lancers (POW's).
I transfered to the AGC, and proceeded to serve with many units ranging from Royal Signals to NATO Regional HQs'.
Looking forward to some of that International Banter i had the honour to share with NATO Staff for a period of 3 years, which I am glad to say was my second best period of service, right after my 6 years with the 9/12L.
Once a Lancer always a Lancer, Ich Dien.
It must be accepted as a principle that the rifle, effective as it is, cannot replace the effect produced by the speed of the horse, the magnetism of the charge and the terror of cold steel. - British Cavalry Training Manual, 1907
|July 31st, 2012||#2|
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Looking forward to seeing what you have to say around here
The oath to serve my country as a soldier did not include a contract for the normal luxuries and comfort enjoyed within our society. On the contrary it implied hardship, loyalty and devotion to duty regardless of rank.
|August 1st, 2012||#9|
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I'm another newbie also a scouse, I'm ex Royal Military Police now employed as a motorway traffic officer for the Highways Agency in Cumbria. Looking forward to joining in with the banter.
It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than open one's mouth and remove all doubt