Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 51 to 81 of 81

Thread: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

  1. #51
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    South East London
    Posts
    511
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Quote Originally Posted by bill1310 View Post
    all very very interesting
    i wonder all u lot that SAY you have served have actually been in full combat
    not little patrol battles
    Seems to reinforce my point. It is entirely irrelevant. Just because you have been in the army, even if you have seen a great deal of action and performed admirably,it doesn't make what you say relevant and more important on an airsoft impressions thread, and doesn't make you less prone to talking out of your arse.

    Infact you could have wiped the floor with the Argies in the Falklands or driven off the Mehdi Army in Iraq single handedly, it wouldn't mean trolling an airsoft thread is any more helpful.

    While its very cool that ex forces guys are on here, and in RL I value asking those I meet for their opinions on things and their advice on topics, I don't see how your service record makes shooting shit and trolling in the specific and focussed UKSF/British Army threads anything less than mind numbingly dull.

  2. #52
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    The great NorthWest!
    Posts
    4,251
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay8 View Post
    While its very cool that ex forces guys are on here, and in RL I value asking those I meet for their opinions on things and their advice on topics, I don't see how your service record makes shooting shit and trolling in the specific and focussed UKSF/British Army threads anything less than mind numbingly dull.
    Though I understand the point you're making (At least I think I do?)

    The specifics of it are; that those who have or indeed are serving members of the Armed Forces will have a greater potential of meeting/dealing with or even being SF. Sadly, the majority of people espousing their knowledge on threads such as this get their info from "The man in the pub" who just happened to be the 18th man on the balcony that day. That or Wikipedia, which, to be fair, doesn't always get it right.

    That's not to say all the ex/serving bods are right either, but they will have more insight into the subject matter at hand. Though I suspect some of them may just have been sat in a hangar, steam-cleaning vehicles etc after they returned from patrol.
    There's a scammer operating openly on this forum. Please be aware of who you're dealing with.

  3. #53
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Halifax, West Yorks
    Posts
    466
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    I served, for 12 years. Went to Iraq and Bosnia, couldn't tell you what Mk of helmet we used or what cut my DPM's were. Fact is I was issued my "Kit" and I wore it. I can however tell you everything you need to know on the mk6 & mk4 seaking and Mk5 Lynx. I can tell you how many pints I used to drink too. Unfortunately I can also tell you what it's like to have a round or two zipping over your head, never been as scared in my life. I'm ex RN fleet airarm and proud of it. This hobby we do is just that, a hobby! We shoot plastic balls at each other out of toy guns, we all love it too. Stop your bitching or sod off somewhere else where your bitching is welcome. Give good advice and be helpful to the best of your knowledge, people ask for help with different loadouts because they usually need it, knowledge with a loadout not stories of your heroic deeds.
    Just my my take on a genuine thread that's been poisoned.
    Mark

  4. #54
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    South East London
    Posts
    511
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Quote Originally Posted by BAMF View Post
    Though I understand the point you're making (At least I think I do?)

    The specifics of it are; that those who have or indeed are serving members of the Armed Forces will have a greater potential of meeting/dealing with or even being SF. Sadly, the majority of people espousing their knowledge on threads such as this get their info from "The man in the pub" who just happened to be the 18th man on the balcony that day. That or Wikipedia, which, to be fair, doesn't always get it right.

    That's not to say all the ex/serving bods are right either, but they will have more insight into the subject matter at hand. Though I suspect some of them may just have been sat in a hangar, steam-cleaning vehicles etc after they returned from patrol.
    Quite right - Ofcourse if someone has served in a war zone they are more likely to have seen SF at work. I am not saying forces guys shouldn't post - thats stupid, I'm not even saying that they shouldn't mention their experiences.

    But almost every person who posts in a loadout thread seems to start with the aim of telling airsofters how silly they are and how it all actually works, often flying in the face of accepted and documented knowledge on whatever the point is. At best this then degenerates into everyone reeling off their individual 'qualifications' and exchanging banter, at worst it becomes a slagging contest of people trying to prove each other walts.

    If the advice is 'I saw a number of guys last summer wearing X rigs and carrying Y gats' that is useful, if uncorroborated imput. Often though it isn't that, its a load of sweeping generalisations and ramblings about how the SAS can use whatever weapon or gear suits the job, and everyone else is walting, like unless you have done 5 tours of Afghanistan your opinion and the information you might impart is worthless. Forces or not, unconstructive posts and meandering squabbling are useless, and when they are spewed out every few minutes, it becomes unmoderated and the thread goes. Doesn't matter if the person actually has done all they say they have, it shouldnt justify hijacking an airsoft thread.

    I don't contribute much at all other than to ask questions and say when I think loadouts look good - I just sit back and watch, or give basic answers to basic questions I can deal with - I just expect those who do post regulary to actually have something to say.

  5. #55
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    495
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    I must say some of the comments on here are pretty disrespectfull, talk of have any of us been in full blown battles rather than patrols, well the fact is even a little 100m bimble from a FOB can still get you killed from a quick burst, the same as it only takes one bb to take you out of the game but in real life there's no going to regen. Talking of full blown battles then perhaps look up 42 commando on operation sond chara in 2008 and read up on that, battle if zarghun kalay, fighting in the rain and deep mud from Dawn til dusk.

    Sorry about the small rant but I feel that some comments as I said are verging on the disrespectfull, no wonder there's serving members of the forces out there that hate airsoftersand call us this, that and the other

  6. #56
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    inverness
    Posts
    3,649
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Quote Originally Posted by bill1310 View Post
    all very very interesting
    i wonder all u lot that SAY you have served have actually been in full combat
    not little patrol battles
    I have not served but I would'vethought putting your life on the line is just as significant no matter what the circumstances.
    HK MP5k//IMI Mini UZI//L119a1//HK MP5a4//Colt M733//HK G3a3//FN M249 Mk1//Winchester 1873//Sig P226//Sig P226r//Sig P228//Colt 1911a1

  7. #57
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    London/Kent
    Posts
    1,563
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Quote Originally Posted by RM_Stu View Post
    I must say some of the comments on here are pretty disrespectful
    Some? Try >75% of posts on this thread. Any modicum of usefulness this thread had, went out the window way back on the first page. If the moderators were to cut out the bitching, sniping and ill-feeling in this thread, there'd not be much left of it.

    It's really no wonder so many feel compelled to troll this and other threads.

  8. #58
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    At CSW being attacke
    Posts
    4,505
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Its the trolling that makes these threads completely useless, and guess what, it only happens on this forum. Go figure.

  9. #59
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    South East London
    Posts
    511
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Most comments criticising people for not being in full battles or walting or whatever come from other forces people. I just don't see why any of this needs to be dragged into it at all - because that's what causes the issue.

    If these threads stayed on topic, noone gets insulted or angry. People's service record and if youve risked your life isn't the sort of thing that needs to be dragged out and subsequently dissected - it is a matter of quiet pride and respect from those who know what you did surely? Broadcasting it on every thread on zeroin that is can be made relevant just seems to cheapen it and detracts from what is simply a loadout discussion thread - nothing more.

  10. #60
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    feltham middx
    Posts
    3,030
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    [QUOTE=whitey85;928787]well defining full combat , you could possibly say the falklands, if not then before that would be ww2.

    not much of that goeso n these days a few minutes of firefight before the air is filled with jets.bomber and helos blowing shit up.[/QUOTEpossibly falkland that was one of the last full battles the infantry soldier has had up to today.
    you arm chair soldiers make me laugh
    Signature Removed

  11. #61
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    Stretton-On-Dunsmore, Rugby, Warwickshire
    Posts
    413
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    I can't help but think Get a life!
    It is a game where we shoot plastic ball bearings out of toy guns whilst dressed up like soldiers. The guns are just glorified bb guns. There is NO NEED whatsoever to try and drag current UK forces (or any nationality) through the mud, that is just disgusting and uncalled for. Try reading a bit! Bayonets are still used you know, its not like Call of Duty, Battlefield or even Arma.
    Seriously, just grow up!

    IF someone has proper info on the SRR, post it...
    If not, STAY OUT!

    (Though sometimes secrets are kept for a reason).

  12. #62
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    495
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Well said that man

  13. #63
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    North Yorkshire
    Posts
    56
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default

    And the fact that all info regarding this unit is secret and that's why nothing exists on the web.

    All you need to know us that it's main role is to take the ever increasing burden of sitting in a bush for weeks on end to another unit allowing SF to concentrate on other things.

    As for kit and equipment we can only imagine.

    As for selection. It's nails. Not only because your getting fragged but they expect alot more mental stuff.

    As for a loadout. Take your pick from conventional or SF DA or covert plain cloths.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    NE SF Team needs YOU! go to http://tf22.freeforums.org/index.php for further info...

  14. #64
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Posts
    2,072
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Spike, you know you are only going to get the "your reference is?" question!!!
    [URL="http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z436/gaskin1982/snowdrop13thsig.gif[/URL]

    Quote Originally Posted by Savaged Wolf View Post


    Snowdrop - hes quiet but always there ! like a jedi

  15. #65
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Posts
    202
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    As far as the SF knowledge goes, one of my brothers, ex RLC, spent five minutes chatting to a bloke who may or may not have been SAS in Bosnia in 1995.

    And I was a sixer in the cubs. Red Six. I got my camping badge, and map reading and lots more. Does that count? I still know the salute if that helps.

  16. #66
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Location
    East Anglia
    Posts
    1,098
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Whatever the case may be, a UKSF based kit can only be called a UKSF kit if it is different from other combat based loadouts, the classic look of "Big beard, civvies, Dusty and 'rough' " could just be someone dressed up as Frankie Boyle on a road trip to Hunstanton beach. However correct that look may or may not be, it must be appreciated that civvies, AK and a beard is not likely to be recognised as UKSF on first look, a RAV, Multicams, Mich 2000 and L119 however, is.

  17. #67
    Join Date
    Jul 2004
    Location
    Republic of Croydon
    Posts
    680
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    There are some people on this forum that know what they are talking about. I am suprised! Gentlemen & Ladies you have almost restored my faith in this forum!

  18. #68
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    Crimplesham, Norfolk
    Posts
    260
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    I have not served in or know anyone from this regiment. However, when I was serving in the REME and around 2006 I attended a compulsory breifing on joining the SRR. It is (or was) the same selection process as the SAS although I think they left out the jungle phase etc (speculation). They specialise in (or so the slide show said) reconnaisance and counter terrorism. There was lots of driving fast, over taking etc and cutting about in jean and t shirt with a pistol concealed etc. I think it is to do with UKSF budget growing and expanding to deal with modern threats (SPECULATION AGAIN). Like all of UKSF it is open to people who have served a minimum time served. I think he said it encompasses some pathfinder units and the old det that did all the SAS's int. (can't remeber the name)

    I'm not swinging the lamp and certainly didn't work anywhere near them. Just what the breifing said.

    bev

    They wear a sandy beret with a spartan helmet and dagger on it.

  19. #69
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    North Yorkshire
    Posts
    56
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Ok so i have read the DiN on this and this extract DOES not breach any security related issues what soever.

    in short they are a Tier 1 unit within UKSF focusing on survailance and target aquisition. They will supplement a "Team" on ops as required.

    As i said, the selection is absolute nails, take from that what you will - i have nothing to prove.

    and i quote:

    "With effect from 6 Apr 05, the Special Reconnaissance Regiment (SRR) became a tier 1 unit within the United Kingdom Special Forces (UKSF) Group. Service within SRR represents a unique opportunity for highly rewarding employment within UKSF.

    UKSF is seeking both Officers and Other Ranks (ORs) to volunteer for service as Special Reconnaissance Operators with the SRR. Volunteers must be of a high calibre in order to cope with the demands of the selection and training courses and ultimately, operations. Although an Army unit, the SRR is open to regular service volunteers from all services, subject to the restrictions below. There are no restrictions based on ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation."

    And oviously i am not at liberty to publish any more, so you get the jist of the type of unit that it is.

    Happy to discuss via PM
    NE SF Team needs YOU! go to http://tf22.freeforums.org/index.php for further info...

  20. #70
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    Crimplesham, Norfolk
    Posts
    260
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default

    Keeping this on topic I thought they were tier 1. But i couldn't be sure. Anyone who is unsure what a DiN is its an official Mod document. Interesting that they are open to male and female. So good and accurate old out for the girlie airsofters out there .

    Good info that. Let's try and stick with what we can actually corroborate and not hear say. But as has been said before mostly UKSF load outs are the same for a given circumstances.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk because I'm a bad mother...

  21. #71
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    7,729
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Some web snippets. Mostly True.

    Mostly.

    =================

    Special Reconnaissance Regiment holds inaugural parade
    Published (by MoD) Saturday 3rd September 2005

    The new UK Special Reconnaissance Regiment, which became operational in April 2005, held its inaugural parade on Friday 2nd September 2005 at an undisclosed location.

    At the parade, Secretary of State for Defence, John Reid, and Chief of the General Staff General Sir Mike Jackson took the salute from the Commanding Officer.

    Welcoming this milestone in the Regiment's history, Defence Secretary John Reid said:

    "The Special Reconnaissance Regiment is one of the new capabilities generated as part of the reshaping of our Armed Forces. They have greatly improved support to world-wide operations at a time when they are needed most in the ongoing fight against international terrorism."

    Following an inspection of the Regiment, the Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Mike Jackson told the assembled men and women:

    "New threats require an agile and flexible response from the Special Reconnaissance Regiment, who will have a central role in operations across the globe. I have complete faith in your ability and you have my full support."

    Individuals from all ranks of the Special Reconnaissance Regiment, wearing their respective parent Service uniforms with the new SRR Regiment berets, participated in the parade.

    Once the Special Reconnaissance Regiment had formed up, the Commanding Officer gave a salute to the Secretary of State, Chief of the General Staff and the Deputy Chief of Defence Staff (Commitments), Lt General Sir Rob Fry. An inspection of the Regiment by the Chief of the General Staff was then followed by a general salute by the Regiment. The concluding Regimental march-past was accompanied by the Parachute Regiment Band.

    The new Special Reconnaissance Regiment (SRR) is part of the enhanced Special Forces requirement identified in the Strategic Defence Review 'New Chapter' published in July 2002, which stated that the Ministry of Defence was: "planning to enhance the capabilities of our Special Forces and their enablers to maximise their utility and flexibility."

    The Regiment draws its volunteer personnel from serving members of all three of the Armed Forces and operates under the command of Director Special Forces as part of the UK Special Forces group. It does not have a reservist component. Using a wide range of specialist skills and activities related to covert surveillance, the Special Reconnaissance Regiment provides support to international operations and reinforces the defence contribution to the Government's comprehensive strategy to counter international terrorism.





    =====================================

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ront-line.html
    By Sean Rayment, Defence Correspondent
    12:01AM BST 04 Sep 2005

    The existence of the increasing role being played by women in Britain's special forces has been publicly revealed for the first time.


    The women, whose identities like all members of the special forces have to remain secret, were photographed participating in the inaugural parade of the newly formed Special Reconnaissance Regiment.

    Although women have served in parts of Britain's special forces for the past 20 years, this is the first time that their role has been publicly acknowledged.


    The new unit, which has its headquarters in south Wales, has already been deployed in operations in Britain following the suicide bomb attacks in London in July.


    Men and women from the SRR are understood to have taken part in the surveillance operations that led to the capture of the four men allegedly responsible for the failed attempts to bomb the London Tube network on July 21.

    Service women of all ranks, and from all three of the Armed Forces, up to the age of 32 are allowed to apply to join the regiment. To be accepted they must complete a gruelling six-month selection course and undertake exactly the same physical and mental tests as their male counterparts.

    Operatives, as they are known, are trained in covert surveillance, close-quarter battle skills, self-defence and driving skills. They are also taught how to plant bugging devices, hidden cameras and covert methods of entry into buildings and cars.
    The unit, formed in April last year, has existed in a different guise for more than 20 years, under the cover name of 14 Intelligence Company, a highly secret organisation that conducted undercover operations in Northern Ireland alongside the SAS and MI5.

    Such was the secrecy surrounding the unit that few of its operations were made public. Members of the unit are, however, some of the most highly decorated men and women in the Services. One of its successes was providing the information for the SAS operation in 1988 which led to the shooting dead of three IRA terrorists who were planning to attack British forces in Gibraltar.

    The unit also took part in an operation that thwarted an IRA plot to attack a police station at Loughgall, Co Tyrone, in 1987. Eight IRA members were killed by the SAS in a carefully planned ambush.
    Plans for the creation of a new special forces regiment were revealed by The Sunday Telegraph in July last year. The unit will conduct anti-terror operations in Britain and around the world working closely with MI5 and MI6 and foreign intelligence organisations.

    The unit usually conducts its operations in plain clothes and wears uniform only in barracks or for formal parades.
    John Reid, the Defence Secretary, who watched the parade accompanied by Gen Sir Mike Jackson, the chief of the General Staff, said: "The Special Reconnaissance Regiment is one of the new capabilities generated as part of the reshaping of our Armed Forces. They have greatly improved support to worldwide operations at a time when they are needed most in the ongoing fight against international terrorism."




    =============================
    Bring back UK pistol shooting: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/62588

  22. #72
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Posts
    2,072
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    DiN - Defence instruction Notice if memory serves me right.
    Equal ops because of the surveillance predominance of the job, as per women in the int corps etc. It is in the same way that women are eligible for CP, DHU, SAMSON and various other int gathering and recce roles.

    Spike, was the DiN not RESTRICTED?
    [URL="http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z436/gaskin1982/snowdrop13thsig.gif[/URL]

    Quote Originally Posted by Savaged Wolf View Post


    Snowdrop - hes quiet but always there ! like a jedi

  23. #73
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    North Yorkshire
    Posts
    56
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowdrop View Post
    DiN - Defence instruction Notice if memory serves me right.
    Equal ops because of the surveillance predominance of the job, as per women in the int corps etc. It is in the same way that women are eligible for CP, DHU, SAMSON and various other int gathering and recce roles.

    Spike, was the DiN not RESTRICTED?
    The DiN is mate hence I didn't put any extracts in. That's the initial shpeel that's about and the same extract has been posted elsewhere well over a couple of years ago. And nothing in that extract breaks any OPSEC rules.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    NE SF Team needs YOU! go to http://tf22.freeforums.org/index.php for further info...

  24. #74
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Posts
    2,072
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Old habits hard to break Spike
    [URL="http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z436/gaskin1982/snowdrop13thsig.gif[/URL]

    Quote Originally Posted by Savaged Wolf View Post


    Snowdrop - hes quiet but always there ! like a jedi

  25. #75
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Posts
    19
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    The DiN mentioning the SRR is here: http://www.mod.uk/NR/rdonlyres/33596...tApril2008.pdf
    The link to that document is found here: http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/Mi...DinDigests.htm

    The MoD Intranet (I suspect) will all be at RESTRICTED (can anyone confirm?), however some documents within it will be NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED.

    For the loadout, I'd be tempted to goto google and search for "man in clothing" - that's probably what they look like when conducting surveilance.
    Last edited by ucof; 24th January, 2012 at 12:34.

  26. #76
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    North Yorkshire
    Posts
    56
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Its restricted stuff. i can acces this because im at work, however i am not sure it will work.

    Saying that i wouldnt have put that up because its a direct link to stuff people really shouldnt see. The intranet is RESTRICTED and cannot be accessed outside (as its an intranet).

    I maybe wrong though
    NE SF Team needs YOU! go to http://tf22.freeforums.org/index.php for further info...

  27. #77
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Posts
    2,072
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    If there are hyperlinks on the docs they are not accessible on the Internet, certainly not from my iPhone. I think that is the critical bit. As the bit at the bottom of the page states, if you want them you have to apply if you are not on a unit. But if you have the intranet they should all be electronic. You can find some jsp's online eg 101 and others have been released through wikileaks (but I am not going to name them), 101 is only defence writing and is somewhat boring!
    [URL="http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z436/gaskin1982/snowdrop13thsig.gif[/URL]

    Quote Originally Posted by Savaged Wolf View Post


    Snowdrop - hes quiet but always there ! like a jedi

  28. #78
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Posts
    19
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    There are no direct links to areas of the MoD Intranet on that PDF. There are references to documents that are available, but no actual direct link.

    The Intranet itself might be at RESTRICTED, but if the specific DiN is at NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED, then it is generally OK for dissemination outside. Maybe a spot of sanitization is required?
    Still, best to err on the side of caution and make yourself a cup of tea.

  29. #79
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Posts
    177
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    I cant even find most of the stuff on the intranet, you search for one thing it comes up with something else! Bloody Dii!

  30. #80
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Location
    Farnborough
    Posts
    6,425
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Final warning people!! You know where this is going if it doesn't stay on topic!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nun-Chuck View Post
    I'm down every games day at EAG buddy just give me a shout and I'll whip it out, can have a squeeze too if you like.
    Quote Originally Posted by deanfirst View Post
    why not use zeroone's escort service?

  31. #81
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    At CSW being attacke
    Posts
    4,505
    Post Thanks / Like

    Default Re: Special Reconnaissance Regiment?

    Its pointless fizzy, those of us interested tried to keep it on track to begin with. But those who "know better" always come on and turn these threads into a private nostalgia and "walt" bashing thread.

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •