So whilst the country was hit with foot and mouth, then followed by a fireman strike, then war in the middle east, then another fireman strike,then mass flooding throughout the country, then riots within our own country, plus the threat of bombing continuously, plus the deployments to other countries helping with their natural disasters, continuous grueling exercises,security for a company which messed up during the olympics, long periods away from home. all of which i was was serving in and at, for my 12 years service. The military do so much, which doesn't get reported on, sometimes to protect us: possibly!. why would anyone have a problem with us getting a day out to say thanks. i would also like to say, having two sisters who are both nurses, and i highly respect them, there is no contest on who is better, we respect each other, for we all chose a path to help someone else.
So where were you during the second gulf war?
Brilliant!! I hope more companies follow Drayton Manor as service personnel both current and veteran have given us so much
I assume then you’re not quite up to date with how the term snowflake is currently used to express distain (generally at the youth of today for their downright pathetic views on anything and how easily offended they are) the fact you’re a “48 year old bloke with a shaven head, 18 stone and tattooed bloke” makes it even worse. Adios meathead (highfive)
Fat snowflake then