“At one stage … (the interrogator) asked me, ‘How do you feel about dying for your country’,” she told the tabloid.
The correct answer “That would be a bloody great honour”
Actually, the correct answer is “If I have to, but I’d rather you died for my country”
I don’t really blame these kids; the British government has a habit of running down gear and training and then sending people in to do a job they’re not ready for.
I don’t know how many of the group were actually booties. Anyone who’s worked with them will know that the Royal Machine is a good outfit.
There’s a lot of questions that need answering.
Where was the chopper? Did they have the kit to mount effective resistance? How do a bunch of Iranian boats suddenly pole up right under the noses of a warship? There should have been time to leg it. Most importantly, what were their orders? Classic navy work.]]>