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In a similiar way to the Police our service is aquiring an ever increasing headshed of civvies who have no direct to the job that we do on the ground.
What seems to be missing in this controversy is an understanding in the corporate headshed that there is more to public relations than issuing a happy-faced news release supporting the latest marketing venture.
He is a perfect match with the caucus and, by extension, with the wider party headshed.
Memo to Tim's headshed: Don't put the newbie out there to freelance your media lines.
I am at a certain training depot at the mo and when i asked about this at a evaluation conference the headshed nearly fell off there chairs laughing, so i wouldn't plan on seeing it at a depot any time this decade.
As long as we help the poor old Afghans and help the headshed of other corrupt countries line their pockets, surely it is worth us dying for.