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pauly p
25th March 2003, 04:59 PM


Under the Emergency Powers Act (1939) as amended by the Defence Act
(1978), you are hereby notified that you are required to place yourself
on standby for possible compulsory military service in the Iraqi

You may shortly be ordered to depart for the Middle East where you will
join either the 3rd Battalion The Queen's Own Suicidal Conscripts or the
2nd Battalion, The Foot and Mouth Regiment.

Due to the recent rundown of the Navy and the refusal of P&O to lend us
any of their liners, because of the deplorable state in which they were
returned after the Falklands adventure, it will be necessary for you to
make your own way to the combat zone.

H .M. Government has been able to negotiate a 20% discount on one way
trips with Virgin Airlines and you are strongly urged to take advantage
of this offer (Ryan Air also do a nice little 9.99 trip).

Because of recent cut-backs in Government expenditure, it will be
necessary for you to provide yourself with the following equipment as
soon as
* Combat Jacket
* Trousers (preferably khaki - but please no denim)
* Tin helmet
* Boots (or a pair of sturdy trainers)
* Gas mask
* Map of the combat zone (the Ordinance Survey 1:2800 Outdoor Leisure
Map of Iraq, or a clean sheet of sandpaper will do)
* Rifle
* Ammunition (preferably to suit previous item)
* Suntan oil
If you are in a position to afford it, we would like you to buy a tank.
(Vickers Defence of Banbury are currently offering all new conscripts a
0% finance deal on all X registration Challanger II's, but hurry, as
offer is only available whilst stocks last).

We would like to reassure you that in the unlikely event of anything
going wrong, you will receive a free burial in the graveyard of your
choice, and your next of kin will be entitled to the new War Widows
pension of 1.75 per calendar month, index-linked but subject to means
testing, and fully repayable should our side eventually lose.

There may be little time for formal military training before your
departure and so we advise that you hire videos of the following films
and try and pick up a few tips as you watch:
* The Guns of Navarone
* Kelly's Heroes
* A Bridge to Far
* The Longest Day
* Apocalypse Now
* The Matrix
* Blazing Saddles
* The Desert Song
* Mary Poppins
It is recommended that you do not watch Khartoum.

To mentally prepare yourself for your mission try reading the works of
Wilfred Owen or Rupert Brookes. This should give you some idea of what
may be involved.

Yours faithfully,

Geoff Hoon

Secretary of State for Defence,
c/o a very deep bunker
Ministry of Defence.

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25th March 2003, 05:04 PM
thisll be hapenning next week :axe:

Miss Cola
25th March 2003, 07:19 PM
(If you are in a position to afford it, we would like you to buy a tank)

lol!! :mad: