You should be able to work out a lot of the reasonsAh! Sorry about that. Someone kindly delete this thread.
Other way round Joe, 5 is least severe, 1 is sh!t hit fan/Dusa after too many bears on a Saturday. .......speaking of which is the Boss still around? I think a beer emoticon in the rating menu would be a fantastic idea?The equivalent of DEFCON level 3 down to DEFCON level 2?
I was wondering about levels of defcon, ...seeing this chart with Chuck (the man who was born by his aunt (nobody frcks chuck's mum!) in a cabin which he had built before that, + he did all of the push ups from no1 to the last one) is like having M.Monroe powerpoints sex education in a private session.
When I was in Aubagne, I ran into another ex-soldier from Canada. Turns out we knew the same Canadian lad that left his regiment to join mine.A lot of the blokes were professional soldiers with previous service in armies of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Britain. Everybody knew someone. No chance to b.s about your C.V. We all served together before making our way to France. The challenge, adventure and the unknown was the reason. It certainly was a very different world back in the 1980's. Motives for joining the Legion are plenty. My opinion is the more one talks about doing it, the less likely they will.
you get guys from Australia too in the British Army, an Instructor in Sennelager Germany for NI training was an Australian in the Queens Own Highlanders.When I was in Aubagne, I ran into another ex-soldier from Canada. Turns out we knew the same Canadian lad that left his regiment to join mine.
Blows my mind how small the world is sometimes.