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  • fighting in built up areas

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  • Providing your not a complete mong child of course So a bit on from that then, obviously we do FR and although not an infantry role support trooper if I can get on it is going to be my chosen career route, namely FIBUA and Dems to support the cavalry dismounted.

    Army Rumour Service

  • So a bit on from that then, obviously we do FR and although not an infantry role support trooper if I can get on it is going to be my chosen career route, namely FIBUA and Dems to support the cavalry dismounted.

    Army Rumour Service

  • In FIBUA training — Fighting In Built-Up Areas — he'd had to crawl through sewer pipes as a means of infiltrating enemy lines, but bugger that for a lark.

    Civvies

  • Then you need to have a word with yourself! have you had the first man on the balcony yet too? im failing to see why serving soldiers would spend £500 on a toy gun, then more money to use a FIBUA training village, and more money on plastic balls .... to do something the Army will pay them to do.

    Army Rumour Service

  • But they do make a distinct sound when fired, especially if that distinct sound is followed by a yelping dog. have you had the first man on the balcony yet too? im failing to see why serving soldiers would spend £500 on a toy gun, then more money to use a FIBUA training village, and more money on plastic balls .... to do something the Army will pay them to do.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The hidden world of MOUT and FIBUA cityscapes (MOUT = military operations on urban terrain and FIBUA = fighting in built-up areas).

    things magazine

  • Junior Brecon was another great course, especially the 2nd week in the FIBUA village, but learnt more on the PNCO course.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I myself was a l/cpl in the royal irish rangers and the royal irish regiment we also have ex service men from the UDR, RUC, RCT, ROYAL SIGNALS, PARAS, MARINES, ARGILES, RAF REGIMENT AND THE NAVEY. Some of our members are on active service in Afganistan. have you had the first man on the balcony yet too? im failing to see why serving soldiers would spend £500 on a toy gun, then more money to use a FIBUA training village, and more money on plastic balls .... to do something the Army will pay them to do.

    Army Rumour Service

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