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    Quote Originally Posted by B_706K View Post
    They're pretty common everywhere, think they're starting to lose popularity as they are like the Burberry of tattoos.
    yeah ive seen alot,aspecially on this site,heheheh.

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    The tat still looks good on the right person. E.g. the Marine lifting the .50 in the Astan docu fighting/hunting the Taliban had got it done pretty well by having it covering his top right side of his torso.

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    Can someone post some good quality images of the Gorkhas in British army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacho-Libre View Post
    for those who think "wow they look like a rag tag bunch of unprofessional soldiers..."
    I think they look like normal humans, which is a lot better than "robots".
    Besides, having a beard, moustache and such in Afghanistan is a part of the local culture, which is something a lot of westerns forget while deployed in the area, and mutual respect is needed to help the country.

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    Looks famililar - Sennybridge Camp?

    I'm there in 2 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UK1RPO View Post

    Looks famililar - Sennybridge Camp?

    I'm there in 2 weeks.
    oh you'll love it there! the red mud will be under your fingernails and in your skin for years...weathers nice there too at this time of year!!...have fun!

    mind you...that could be otterburn or CTA..maybe even warcop..i'm not too hot on my training area recognition but they all suck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAFREGT View Post
    oh you'll love it there! the red mud will be under your fingernails and in your skin for years...weathers nice there too at this time of year!!...have fun!

    mind you...that could be otterburn or CTA..maybe even warcop..i'm not too hot on my training area recognition but they all suck!!
    Haha well I was in sennybridge before Xmas, and it wasn't too bad, no one was down with hypothermia which was contrary to what we believed. he he.

    Just have to make sure I bring plenty of warm kit, and now with the weather as it is, it could be even more promising for a great time out in the field!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UK1RPO View Post

    Looks famililar - Sennybridge Camp?

    I'm there in 2 weeks.
    yes it is,ure really going to enjoy ureself,weather is lovely








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    For what it's worth...I don't think the toughness of the British Soldier can be disputed. Not to mention you have to have some BIG balls to run around Iraq or A-Stan with no helmet on. My respect to the Brits!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmd View Post
    For what it's worth...I don't think the toughness of the British Soldier can be disputed. Not to mention you have to have some BIG balls to run around Iraq or A-Stan with no helmet on. My respect to the Brits!
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