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EEK !! indeed
Yes indeed sandy, a lucky escape, refreshing to see that your news report wasn't scared to quote the perpetrators ethnicity.

/// service personnel were warned not to walk "on their own" or wear uniform or identifying insignia in the vicinity which would "make themselves vulnerable". ///

How times have changed, I remember a time when one could wear one's uniform with pride, and not feel vulnerable at all, except of course from the attention of the fairer sex.
//How times have changed, I remember a time when one could wear one's uniform with pride, and not feel vulnerable at all, except of course from the attention of the fairer sex. //

Must have been pre 80's then as all forces were advised not to wear their uniform in public due to risk of attacks from IRA!!
nothing more sexy than a man in service uniform AOG !!
murraymints

/// nothing more sexy than a man in service uniform AOG !! ///

Why thank you mm, but please allow me to be a little bias here, when I say "especially a RAF uniform", and they didn't call us the 'Brylcreem Boys for nothing.
Let me guess ... was it because of the brylcreem?

Wasn't wot we called them ;o)
Islay

/// Must have been pre 80's then as all forces were advised not to wear their uniform in public due to risk of attacks from IRA!! ///

Yes for someone so young it must be hard to believe that there was once a time before the 80s.

And let me also correct you, there was an IRA attack risk, even before that time.
He certainly did.

So May, what are you going to do?
AOG It was only in the 80's that service persons we told not to wear their uniforms in public on the mainland - of course in NI it goes back further.

You hate being wrong don't you!
maybe those "heroic" men didnt like the odds and ran off
^Snort, snigger.
Sorry, I was laughing at Islay. ;D
Why Svejk? Pray do tell!
AOG..brylcreem ahhh..!! ..x
Does Brylcreem still exist?
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It's fortunate they didn't follow the Woolwich killers in their method. We could be discussing a very different outcome if they had.
Baldric

/// Wasn't wot we called them ;o) ///

Yes it was the competition that offended you khaki clad lads. :0)

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