Originally posted by Louise
I would like it to be known that my Camo team stood no chance for three very good reasons:
Err...eight reasons methinks.........
General Sir Katleen' shoot the feckers' Jackeen. A master of strategy and merciless killer of the wounded.
Ian 'Gatling Gun' Greenwood who managed to shoot off 600 more bullets than anyone else. Awesome firepower but at £5 per hundred he needed to borrow the bus fare home.
Johnny 'Mad Dog' Kennett. Doubled as the platoon observation balloon due to his height. Sadly, he defected to the Camo's halfway through because their fire was wild and inaccurate, most of it going high. This meant that by 1500 hours, he had received 456 head shots.
Richard ' Take No Prisoners' B. A fine soldier with absolutely no qualms about shooting people in the back.
David 'The Sniper' Manning. One shot, One hit.
And three very young, very fit and very stupid jetskiers who gladly accepted the role of cannon fodder.
Against this formidable force, the Camo's stood no chance.
Brigadier Louise. She took the courageous decision to command her troops from the safety of the hospital after having her foot shot off. (by her own bullet)
Johnny 'Mad Dog' Kennett. By the time he defected, he was suffering severe concussion.
Paul 'Where the fcuk did that come from' Jackeen. Shot while trying to escape. (in the back)(by his missis)
Andre 'Pillbox' Scott. Spent the afternoon in an armoured car waiting for his driver. He hadn't noticed the engine had been taken out.
Phil 'Pinkie' Davis. Instantly spotted early on in the battles due to his gleaming white teeth. Even his dog was disgusted with his performance and showed his disdain by weeing over his camo jacket. This meant we could also smell him coming. In fairness, he did redeem himself on the offroad course.
And finally three 'Boonies' suffering from a range of disabilities including short sightedness, colour blindness, trench foot and shellshock