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Old 21-03-20, 01:18 PM
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Default Junior Leaders Regiment Royal Armoured Corps epaulet slides

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JLR RAC epaulet slides.
I got these in 1988 when I was there, so the real thing.
16 the lot Inc postage.
B Sqn 1st & 2nd term
B Sqn 3rd term
C Sqn 3rd term
Band 3rd term
Band 1st & 2nd term
Band 4th term
Junior RSM

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Old 21-03-20, 02:58 PM
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I'd forgotten about these things! Blenheim Tp 1988-89.
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Old 21-03-20, 08:24 PM
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I'd forgotten about these things! Blenheim Tp 1988-89.
I was Alma troop 88/89
The only tabs I didn't get, I've kept my own.
Remember RSM Rouse 15th/19th, lovely man!
And Guards drill SM Windel, another lovely man ha ha.

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Ah, SM Windell - tiny Scouse chap with a peak so slashed that he almost cricked his neck each time he addressed anyone over six feet tall! Being a Scouser, nobody could understand the second part of his drill commands, as he often went ultrasonic. Half the Troop would halt, while the rest turned about, saluted to the right, etc, etc!

He stuck his pace stick up my nose once while screaming at me for glancing sideways during inspection on the square. When he'd finished, he tapped the end and I spent the remainder of the drill session with blood down my chin! After that, I never got jailed for anything ever!

Happy days...
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Anyone knew Mick Burgess?
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Ah, SM Windell - tiny Scouse chap with a peak so slashed that he almost cricked his neck each time he addressed anyone over six feet tall! Being a Scouser, nobody could understand the second part of his drill commands, as he often went ultrasonic. Half the Troop would halt, while the rest turned about, saluted to the right, etc, etc!

He stuck his pace stick up my nose once while screaming at me for glancing sideways during inspection on the square. When he'd finished, he tapped the end and I spent the remainder of the drill session with blood down my chin! After that, I never got jailed for anything ever!

Happy days...
Ha ha ha, happy days indeed!
His "left right left..." In his shrill Scouse accent sounded like "low height low height..."
Didn't have any direct interventions with the chap, our troop as a whole were marched around his square at quite a pace a number of times, as you said, people couldn't understand him, some went left, some went right!
I do remember like yesterday my first, and last jailing.
Adjudants parade, where you used to dread him choosing your squadron to inspect!
He chose ours, he sailed passed me,but RSM Rouse, bless him, didn't.
He said calmly in his Geordie accent, "what's that on the back of your boot lad?" Me, "don't know sir", I must have picked something up en-route! He said calmly " take your hat off and have a look lad"
So I took my hat off, his volume then went up ten fold and he yelled " now you've got your f#@**#@ hat off, take your belt off and get off my sha**ing square!!"
So Corporal Garret-West had me swiftly removed, i then found myself with a hand bumper in one hand, and medicine ball in the other, with the provost Sgt shouting colourful language in my ear!
Happy happy days!

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