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    Truck Driver
    Captain

  • Truck Driver
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    Originally posted by Orion View Post
    There are two potential responses to that ....

    The polite one is take another look

    I'm referring to whats on that badge ....
    Dot over a letter (older Irish) means the letter is followed by a "h".
    Similar thing to the German umlaut (double dots over a letter means followed by an "e", e.g. München = Muenchen (Munich))

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  • Laners
    Chief Casey Ryback

  • Laners
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    It's more of a recruitment add than an information web site .

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  • DeV
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    A low of material has been removed

    Same with defence.ie

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  • na grohmiti
    Commander in Chief

  • na grohmiti
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    Originally posted by hptmurphy View Post
    I see Eithne has shrunk by .8 of a metre, probably to do with the crewing reduction from 72 to 55
    There is a lack of information on anything the army use by way of armoured vehicles etc. Unless I missed it.

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  • Orion
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    Originally posted by pym View Post
    Orion:


    It's the equivalent of gh in gaelic script
    Thank you

    What confused me was the first G did not have that mark but the second did - I've never noticed it before and the only similar mark I've seen was a fada

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  • hptmurphy
    Commander in Chief

  • hptmurphy
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    I see Eithne has shrunk by .8 of a metre, probably to do with the crewing reduction from 72 to 55

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  • pym
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    Originally posted by na grohmití View Post
    WHat badge? I genuinely cant see what you refer to.

    Orion:


    It's the equivalent of gh in gaelic script

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  • na grohmiti
    Commander in Chief

  • na grohmiti
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    Originally posted by Orion View Post
    There are two potential responses to that ....

    The polite one is take another look

    I'm referring to whats on that badge ....
    WHat badge? I genuinely cant see what you refer to.

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  • Laners
    Chief Casey Ryback

  • Laners
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    Well according to the new site the section on pay only has Cadets and Officers receiving Patrol Duty Allowance . Plus Naval Ratings are 2 and 3 star Privates .
    Laners
    Chief Casey Ryback
    Last edited by Laners; 19 January 2019, 19:48.

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  • Orion
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    Originally posted by na grohmití View Post
    Maybe there is dirt on your screen?
    There are two potential responses to that ....

    The polite one is take another look

    I'm referring to whats on that badge ....
    Last edited by Orion; 19 January 2019, 19:18.

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  • na grohmiti
    Commander in Chief

  • na grohmiti
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    Originally posted by Orion View Post
    Very different - when I first came across it I thought the was a browser issue. Looks good though.

    As an aside whats the origin/purpose of the dot over the g on the crest oglaig (oglaigh) .... I'm sure its been there all the time but I never noticed it before?
    What dot?????

    Maybe there is dirt on your screen?

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  • Orion
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    Very different - when I first came across it I thought the was a browser issue. Looks good though.

    As an aside whats the origin/purpose of the dot over the g on the crest oglaig (oglaigh) .... I'm sure its been there all the time but I never noticed it before?

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  • Truck Driver
    Captain

  • Truck Driver
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    Originally posted by Rhodes View Post
    The DF website has got another new look.

    http://www.military.ie/en/
    Like it, actually

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  • Rhodes
    Brigadier General

  • Rhodes
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    The DF website has got another new look.

    http://www.military.ie/en/

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  • loki
    Private 2*

  • loki
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    looks good

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