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  • X-RayOne's Avatar
    Today, 22:24
    It's a good opportunity to significantly lighten a fixed load troops have to carry and get the benefits of increased speed, agility and reduced...
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  • X-RayOne's Avatar
    Today, 22:15
    It's a good opportunity to significantly lighten a fixed load troops have to carry and get the benefits of increased speed, agility and reduced...
    15 replies | 628 view(s)
  • Bravo20's Avatar
    Today, 21:55
    Bravo20 replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    The normal route is the issue is raised at a C&A meeting. Ideally it is raised with both military and the civil side. The civil side make the...
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • apod's Avatar
    Today, 21:52
    apod replied to a thread Plate Carrier Trials??? in Military Kit
    Looks like it. Two options from Safariland. One Aussie TBAS(Please ,please,please ,god let us get this one) an Offering from First Spear and an...
    15 replies | 628 view(s)
  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Today, 21:51
    Had you visited the site recently or even viewed the plans, you will see that this park is completely sterile from the Naval Base. If anything it...
    750 replies | 168508 view(s)
  • CTU's Avatar
    Today, 21:25
    CTU replied to a thread Irish Steel Mill in Navy & Naval Reserve
    Fleet Air Arm Museum is next to RNAS Yeovilton and has a viewing area https://www.fleetairarm.com/exhibition/airfield-viewing-area/2-28.aspx ...
    750 replies | 168508 view(s)
  • Orion's Avatar
    Today, 20:46
    What about a Butlins next to Gormanston Camp ......
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Today, 20:32
    Yes! They have also announced that the layered and soil topped area, meters from the Naval Basin , Ordnance workshops , and Dockyard machine shops...
    750 replies | 168508 view(s)
  • Fantasia's Avatar
    Today, 20:10
    Fantasia replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    For the name of Christ, you do not have to have something to say to every post. If you don't know something .... say nothing!! You just make...
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 20:07
    DeV replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    I don’t know if it has been raised .... yet..... it either has or will be
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • Poiuyt's Avatar
    Today, 19:38
    Poiuyt replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    Again, your point??? Why quote what I say and repeat it back to me as if you are saying something different. As regards your 2nd point, I know...
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 18:30
    DeV replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    Neither you nor I have been at meeting between RDFRA and DoD/MA.... I know for a fact that it is not being pushed under the carpet
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • paul g's Avatar
    Today, 18:02
    Rbs70 has been a priority in the defence budget since 1984 because it allows eu confrences and us presidental visits to take place. They were bought...
    249 replies | 51334 view(s)
  • Poiuyt's Avatar
    Today, 16:57
    Poiuyt replied to a thread RDF pay in Army & Army Reserve
    Define "Progressing"??? My experience of RDFRA is that this is just political double talk. Unless they specifically state how it is being progressed,...
    92 replies | 2726 view(s)
  • X-RayOne's Avatar
    Today, 12:17
    From the two photos.....am I right in saying 5 types on trial?? A couple look fairly bulky just as is, minus pouches, and possibly plates? Would...
    15 replies | 628 view(s)
  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Today, 11:36
    Even with regard to artillery, there's nothing preventing the Army deploying its 105s or 120mm mortars as part of standard kit for UN missions. Even...
    249 replies | 51334 view(s)
  • Fantasia's Avatar
    Today, 11:35
    Not the first in recent weeks to have been closed!
    5 replies | 157 view(s)
  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Today, 11:21
    wont matter in the slightest; they will drink coffee in their offices, as per and the bar won't be affected. normal jogging will continue.
    5 replies | 157 view(s)
  • Bravo20's Avatar
    Today, 10:48
    This is unusual. Messes and dining facilities across all DF locations are usually maintained at a good standard.
    5 replies | 157 view(s)
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