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This is a discussion on Military survival instructor within the New Member Introductions forums, part of the Introduction and Welcome category; Originally Posted by Denton Yup, I removed it. As I said, Cricket will fix your name. Are we talking U.S. Air Force? No, I am ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    Yup, I removed it. As I said, Cricket will fix your name.

    Are we talking U.S. Air Force?
    No, I am from the UK. I am active duty in Her Majesties finest Royal Air Force
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurvivorChap.com View Post
    No, I am from the UK. I am active duty in Her Majesties finest Royal Air Force
    I have fond memories of working with the Brits in Germany. Hazy memories of partying with them, that always resulted in cuts and bruises. Good times!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurvivorChap.com View Post
    No, I am from the UK. I am active duty in Her Majesties finest Royal Air Force
    Welcome! The RAF has a magnificent history... a$$ kickers!
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    Haha, I have had quite a few similar experiences. Great looking back on those memories. My fondest memory was a pair of drunk RAF and USAF officers having a race to see who could climb to the top of the 25' high marquee.... On the inside!
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    It's a history of working as a team. The USAF and RAF have always worked together and been greater than the sum of the individual parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurvivorChap.com View Post
    It's a history of working as a team. The USAF and RAF have always worked together and been greater than the sum of the individual parts.
    I was Army back then. Military Police. Dog handler, mostly. Brit handlers were awesome. Drank with a few Brit Tornado pilots and crew at one site. Squared away warriors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    I was Army back then. Military Police. Dog handler, mostly. Brit handlers were awesome. Drank with a few Brit Tornado pilots and crew at one site. Squared away warriors.

    It's funny, we used to show our ID cards to the dogs when heading through the main gate. The joke was that the the dogs were more intelligent than some of the handlers. Always made us laugh.... The handlers not so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurvivorChap.com View Post
    It's funny, we used to show our ID cards to the dogs when heading through the main gate. The joke was that the the dogs were more intelligent than some of the handlers. Always made us laugh.... The handlers not so much
    Good thing you didn't say that to them at the gasthouse. They might have taken offense. They even enjoyed brawling over a simple hello. Then again, we went by different rules back then. Trying to remember the rules. Surely, there were rules, right?
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    Hey Dave!
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    Apparently not Dave Canterbury. Bet he doesn't know who that is any bets?
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