Category Archives: Military Oppos

WATCH: Can You Identify These Two Men Who Helped Themselves To A Poppy Appeal Charity Box?

Police are appealing to the public for help in identifying two men being sought in connection with the theft of a Poppy Appeal collection tin at a hotel near Heathrow airport. The two men entered the Renaissance Hotel on Nettleton Road, TW6 at approximately 23:30 hrs on Friday 9 November. The first man approached the reception desk and asked the

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North East Ambulance Service Latest To Pay Tribute To Our War Dead

As someone who has served both in the armed forces and emergency services, it is always nice to see emergency vehicles with the red poppy on them. In my own humble opinion, we have a duty to honour the memories of every single man and woman who was sent to fight in conflicts over which they had no control. Even

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West Midlands Police Pay Tribute To The War Dead By Displaying Poppies On Their Vehicles

The emergency services have always tended to have a close relationship with the armed forces for many reasons. Not least because of the former armed forces personnel who now serve on the front line of the emergency services. That’s why it is great that the emergency services, in this case West Midlands Police, are allowed to show their respect for

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Dorset Police Appeal For Witnesses After Motorbike Collides With WARRIOR TANK

As someone who has been riding motorbikes now for 23 years, when I first heard about this accident (via a follower) involving a motorcyclist and a tank, then I assumed the worst. Anyone who rides motorbikes (excluding anything under 250cc obviously…) will tell you that the biking fraternity is a brother and a sisterhood – you’ll often see motorcyclists waving

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Royal Navy In Stand Off With Argentinian Survey Vessel

The off-shore patrol vessel HMS Clyde confronted the Argentine survey ship, ARA Puerto Deseado, after it headed into the waters surrounding the Falkland Islands prompting many to speculate that the vessel tried to spy on military defences. The Argentinian vessel, armed with equipment to survey the ocean and seabed, switched off its AIS tracking system and without any warning approached

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Common Sense Prevails As Former Soldier Who Volunteered To Fight Against ISIS Is FREED

James Matthews, 43, walks free from Court after the CPS offered ‘no evidence’ in the case against him.   Tuesday 31st July | by Cop(ex) | @ES_Humour     Mr Matthews was accused of joining the YPG in 2015 having served three tours with the Kurdish militia group as he volunteered to risk his own life in order to help them

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DILDO Glued To Kings Royal Hussar Regiment Headquarters

How the dildo managed to get where it was glued remains a mystery…As does the welfare of the dildo.   Friday 27th July | by Cop(ex) | @ES_Humour     On 25th July, reports on social media (Twitter) suggested that ‘persons unknown’ had decided to strap a dildo (size unknown) onto the HQ building of the Royal Hussar Regiment. The King’s

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IT’S OFFICIAL: A dark sense of humour really DOES help to relieve stress!

  24th May ’18  | Twitter @ES_Humour | Contact us |Visit our Website   You no longer need to feel ‘bad’ for having a quirky sense of humour – its how we humans deal with stress!    We often hear in the civilian press, about armed forces, emergency services, NHS and HMP personnel who get hauled over the coals for daring

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Polish war refugee and Grenadier Guards Veteran turned down for UK Passport

   Wednesday 26th April ’18 1200 –  @ES_Humour on Twitter | Visit our website | Contact Us   Grandfather who fled the Nazis during WW2 and who served in the Grenadier Guards had been turned down for a UK passport   Tadeusz Polanski, aged 74, came to the shores of the UK at the age of 7 with his British Parents after

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The Emergency Services ‘Cake Fine’ Explained

For those of our civilian readers who may not know, when you screw up in the emergency services, then you are expected to buy your colleagues some cakes as a way of making-amends for your error(s). Of course, we aren’t talking about the sort of mistakes which could end up with you losing your job (unless you are a Copper

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