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sunshine

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Good to know I have learnt something in my 33 years service๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€
Although where I work now (prior to lockdown)is overcrowded with officers so they have made it a no hat zone so no one has to salute
I don't get the joke. What's the punchline?
 

jim8flog

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That reminds me of many years ago when I drove high roof transit all the time. The club installed a gate system so the travellers could not get in. First time I had to drive to the gate stop get out check the height get back in edge forward get etc for several times to ensure I could get under it. What it said on the gate and what it said in my handbook made me be very cautious. At my age 2.2 metres does not convert well to feet and inches in my head.
 
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Traminator

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Yes they do, if you recognise them and you are in uniform
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There are some occasions, eg when arriving in civvies at a function, when RN officers are saluted, but not in general as per the above.

Sorry, no punchline ๐Ÿ˜‰
 

NearHull

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We don't have naval officers in the Air Force either

Cue next traditional rank joke......
Army Captain addressing RAF Chief Technician. โ€œIf you were in the Army, Chief, you would be a Staff Sergeant โ€œ
Chief replies โ€œIf I was in the Army, I would be Major!โ€

Drum roll, Ba bum!!!
 
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