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    Default Re: Handphones - don't get charged

    boots from blackhawk are good as well..depending on budget..just don't wear these boots for parade



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    Anyone seen the CAMELBAK BFM in Singapore?

    And how much?

    Thanks

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    Who's going back to Seletar Camp for ICT this July?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    Anyone seen the CAMELBAK BFM in Singapore?

    And how much?

    Thanks

    I think they have a newer version, the BFM 500, major difference is the material used. 500 instead of 1000 denier, saves weight. Not sure if the older BFM comes with a back plate, but the newer one comes with one.

    Here's a review online,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSV0IY9ZhiE

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    Buy the book . From boys to men . It has anything you need .
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    Thanks to a couple of young guys (10 years or so younger...) pacing me, I cleared my IPPT again... silver wohoo...
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    Default Helping the Afghans...

    SAF to provide artillery training to Afghan officers

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...066734/1/.html

    I hope they get taught the right things, their skills are very likely to be used in real combat to kill... our NS boys and some girls should bear that in mind when they are instructing them...
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    Default Re: Helping the Afghans...

    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    SAF to provide artillery training to Afghan officers

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...066734/1/.html

    I hope they get taught the right things, their skills are very likely to be used in real combat to kill... our NS boys and some girls should bear that in mind when they are instructing them...
    don't think our NSF boys will be doing the teaching, but rather the more experienced regulars
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    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar View Post
    don't think our NSF boys will be doing the teaching, but rather the more experienced regulars
    Probably, it is still a somewhat sombre thought that we are teaching someone to kill and they are likely to use it in anger...
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    Anyone going to Wallaby this November?

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    So anyone of us NS men missed out on the whole NS men $9000 award?
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    Default Re: CS Army / Reservist tips and info thread

    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    So anyone of us NS men missed out on the whole NS men $9000 award?
    What's there to miss? Virtual $$$ in from the left pocket and out from the right pocket. Just prepare to Pay And Pay more taxes.
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    Default Re: CS Army / Reservist tips and info thread

    Quote Originally Posted by .Hack View Post
    Who's going back to Seletar Camp for ICT this July?
    Just curious, anyone know whether Hangar 72 has been replaced by a new building or whether they are building something massive there.

    Saw some constructions from Sunset grill side but couldn't make out the details.

    The smell of the sea from Seletar Camp lingers on even after.

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    Default Re: CS Army / Reservist tips and info thread

    Quote Originally Posted by gilcrest View Post
    Just curious, anyone know whether Hangar 72 has been replaced by a new building or whether they are building something massive there.

    Saw some constructions from Sunset grill side but couldn't make out the details.

    The smell of the sea from Seletar Camp lingers on even after.
    official secrets act bro..
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    Where to get emergency blanket ? HAHA , wanna use it as my reflector .
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    Default Re: CS Army / Reservist tips and info thread

    New SOC coming up in september.. Need to finish in 5.5 mins. FML..

    here's the link: http://www.sgcollect.com/forum/index...&#entry1338989
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    Just imported this for my trips and reservist:

    Camelbak BFM

    Capacity

    100 oz (3 L)
    Cargo

    2551 CU IN (41.8 L)
    You're on a long mission and always on the move. Choose a ruck that will support your extended operation. Choose CamelBak's BFM™. Our largest system, the BFM has a versatile load configuration design that can carry it all. Comfortably. Pack out 2600 cu. in. (42 L) of gear and up to two 3-litre reservoirs of water internally. The BFM can be ordered with our NEW Chem-Bio Reservoir (4.0) which attaches easily to Type M, A,or S Gas Mask Adapters.

    Also available in Black (SKU 60135).
    Not cheap but nice and rugged, very practical.
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    Doing yet another ICT now... but they seem to have moved away from using Saturdays, and now we get to stay home...

    Nice..
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    Default Re: CS Army / Reservist tips and info thread

    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    Doing yet another ICT now... but they seem to have moved away from using Saturdays, and now we get to stay home...

    Nice..
    Actually all along is 5days unless outfield!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Actually all along is 5days unless outfield!
    Well.. Its a first for me since I started ICT in '96..
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