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    They forget to mention the thousands raised by group for returned servicemen.Some guys thought they were back in the boozer thinking everything was private.They also forgot to mention blokes getting over lost mates,suicides,veterans issues and broken marriages.A few guys went overboard and were warned by admins as far as I know.And a few are just plain arsssewholes as in any unit that spoil a good thing for the rest..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gusto View Post
    They forget to mention the thousands raised by group for returned servicemen.Some guys thought they were back in the boozer thinking everything was private.They also forgot to mention blokes getting over lost mates,suicides,veterans issues and broken marriages.A few guys went overboard and were warned by admins as far as I know.And a few are just plain arsssewholes as in any unit that spoil a good thing for the rest..
    Yes I am a member although I don't know how long for.
    Same here, not a hugely active member but its done some good things - which far outweight the poor form of some and the insults levelled and traded. The "Stomp for Support" was created out of this bunch of Infantrymen deciding there wasnt enough being done to raise awareness and give support to wounded and deceased soldiers families. As stated above, it was a means of support between former service mates during hard times, and theres been alot of good done from it.

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