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Action Force Member

Posted: 13 Jul 2008 10:00
by scoobydie
Having a sort out and found my "Special Pass" in my od membership pack.
Turns out my code name was/is "Iron Hornet" and my code number is 7713709.
And I`ve just found my welcome letter from me old mate Flint !!
What a guy :)

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 13 Jul 2008 11:44
by The Baron
Action Force scum!

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 13 Jul 2008 14:15
by jamarmiller
scoobydie wrote:Having a sort out and found my "Special Pass" in my od membership pack.
Turns out my code name was/is "Iron Hornet" and my code number is 7713709.
And I`ve just found my welcome letter from me old mate Flint !!
What a guy :)

hmmmmmmm maybe we can try to fit this in somehow in the coloring project, you should do yourself a Data File and File card using the generic Action Force soldier data file


color that baby up insert our info and well do our best to sneak you in somewhere in the background!

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 13 Jul 2008 14:23
by scoobydie
I guess that everyone whom applied for the membership pack was assigned
a code name and number.
Should be a few others out there who have a code name

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 14 Jul 2008 17:35
by Space Commander
scoobydie wrote:I guess that everyone whom applied for the membership pack was assigned
a code name and number.
Should be a few others out there who have a code name
I had a booklet in which you could fill-out your own code-name. I had visions of working for NASA one day... (I didn't realise they were in Houston, VERY far from East Anglia)... so I called myself Doc Prof. ("The Doctor" had already been taken! "Exterminate!!!")

:skyraider:

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 14 Jul 2008 17:52
by SteveD
I had a little booklet in mine too that you self completed (along with a code breaker, and a bizarre game with lots of hexagons on and stuff that I was never patient enough to learn how to play) - just found it all this weekend. Specialist skills were listed as "running fast and climbing trees".

I'm sure my parents would have appreciated my keeping my "specialist skills" to myself a few years later when i fell out of one of those trees I was so good at climbing and broke my forearm in three places, but you can't keep them specialist skills bottled up now can you?

Unfortunately these days the only "running fast" is when they call last orders or the chippy is about to close!

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 14 Jul 2008 18:47
by scoobydie
Dug out the camera and here is my letter and I.D card, cool hair for the time :)

Seems that the code name and number was on the welcome pack which you attatched
to your card.

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Also found a Personnel Printout.
Move it up and down and it displays the team members` Allegiance, role, small arms speciality
and Vehicle qualification.
Turns out that Lady Jaye is a qualified pilot too !

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Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 15 Jul 2008 11:23
by paulitoy
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Love the young photo Andy!

Lock up your daughters, Iron Hornet is about!

:doc: :doc: :doc:

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 15 Jul 2008 12:20
by paul463
Andy,

you could be my long lost brother!!!

Re: Action Force Member

Posted: 03 Sep 2008 19:17
by barto
Found my filecard over the weekend:
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Blimey! I'd forgotten about all that traing... best update me CV!