Other Stories By Uncle Monty on The British Military:
Remembrance Day. By Uncle Monty.11 Nov 2009 .
Swansea Photos By Alex Albion. On this Remembrance
Day, I just want to say I was ...
Poppy. By Uncle Monty.14 Nov 2010. Photos By Alex Albion.
Some idiots have called wearing The Poppy in remembrance
of our British war dead as racist ...
Three thingz that I liked best about Armed Forces Day,
2011, at The Royal Artillery Barracks, was seeing
The Flying Tigers parachute over our heads and come
down neatly from the sky to be greeted by the
festival crowd with thunderous applauds. I also loved
seeing and hearing the Band of the Welsh Guards.
They were simply terrific!! And, three I so enjoyed
meeting so many folkz from those marvellous Royal
Chelsea Pensioners aged 90 and 96 years old (seen
with me in the above caption photo at the top of
the page) to meeting again Lance Corporal Beharry,
VC., to the top notch brass like General Newton and
The Queen's envoy Colonel Cyril Young and other
dignitiaries at AFD. Plus, I liked the pork roast and
the all-natural orange juice and fine English tea
that I was kindly invited to as I sat down with
those important folkz inside the VIP marquee.
In all, Armed Forces Day or The Great Get
Together Festival, 2011, was superb and better
still it was all free to enter to patriotically support
our boyz and girlz at wherever and/or however they
serve us as a relatively free nation. Bravo, I say!!
events and invitations for me to attend. So, I'm
of British Armed Forces Day, 2011.
Poor Pig! Poor Anti-Pork Muslims!!
:: Sad Story Update ::
By The Vile Taliban This Week. They Even
Dragged His Body Thru The Steets As A Trophy
of Their Kill. Please, Pray for Scott's Soul and
His Beloved & Bereaved Family Along with
His Many Army Pals. Bless Him, Good Lord!
+Sixth Anniversary of London's 7/7, 2011.