the purpose of Side Boy Honor Guard aboard military ships - Page 2




 
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September 18th, 2010  
Mark Conley
 
 
traditions, customs, and courtestys will always be a part of a profession or service...and it is what seperates us from the rest. now, if some admiral wants his favorite song played at 3 in the morning...its part of his privlage and somewhat part of our misery, but i wouldnt think it was a custom nor a courtesy....now a tradition would be to paint FTN on the wall behind that admirals podium while he was giving their going away speech....

For those that forgot...FTN means F@*K the Navy!
October 30th, 2011  
BritinAfrica
 
 
Royal Navy Officer submariners carries out the Queens "Loyal Toast" while sitting down.

During my time in the RAF ensign flew from a yard arm as a tribute to the RNAS. When the RAF was formed in 1918 it was from the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service. Today it seems the ensign flies from a normal type pole