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Re: A Most Interesting discussion ...

June 2 2017 at 4:16 PM
Andrew deeley   (Login deeley)
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Response to A Most Interesting discussion ...

Hi George
Glad you enjoyed it.

For me I think the issue is most modellers forget that armies are made up of humans . Hence they behave like humans. Also even in Professional armies of today, being in the army is just a job. Most soldiers 99.9% are not military enthusiasts and have only slightly more interest in their job than a person on the assembly track at a Ford factory or a shelf stacker in a super market.

They are just not looking at things like paint colours ,equipment etc etc through an enthusiasts eyes but through the eyes of some doing a job. Ask most people what the colour of their factory floors and wall area or items of equipment and they would look at you blank.

And I mean no disrespect or disservice to any current or past service person.


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