Doorstep caller

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Andy B
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Re: Doorstep caller

Post by Andy B »

After basic training theres skills training such as weapons or tanks depending which area of the armed forces you have signed up for, having a son who has left the RAF after twelve years he had extensive training before becoming a civilian again it also depends on how you leave if your a bad leaver I doubt theres many options.

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Mel
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Location: Ware

Re: Doorstep caller

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Yes, I just thought maybe he hadn't made the cut after basic training technically he could have said he 'left' and didn't get any training.

Blueboy
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Re: Doorstep caller

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If in doubt ask what their regimental (army) number was. You may not have a clue as to whether the answer is right or not but the way they respond may tell you a lot.

malcmac
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Re: Doorstep caller

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He is back again.

He just came to my door and I've got a nice clear video of him talking to my wife giving his spiel.

I've emailed the video to the local PCSO (details obtained from Ware Online...thanks)

I was going to post a link to the video on here, however, I suspect a couple of people would turn the post into a question of me violating his human rights!!

Andrew
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Re: Doorstep caller

Post by Andrew »

I'm glad you didn't, but its nothing to do with human rights. If the man is committing an offence and is taken to court then the video might prejudice the case.

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