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New head of Army cancels deployment to Balkans after paratroopers orgy video

new head of The British Army canceled the deployment of a battalion of the Parachute Regiment in Bosnia and Kosovo after the liberation of video apparently showing paratroopers involved in orgy in military base.

Lieutenant General Andrew Harrison, Colonel Commandant of Paras, wrote in a letter in which General Sir Patrick Sanders “temporarily lost credibility” in 3rd battalion of the unit.

“This afternoon the chief of General Staff (CGS), General Sir Patrick Sanders, took in decision delete item 3 off in roster deploy to Kosovo this summer,” he wrote.


3 Para accept that they have temporarily lost confidence of GHS

Lieutenant General Andrew Harrison

“3 Para has an extraordinary operational reputation in service of our people and every member of he will be devastated by the missed opportunity to serve on operations once again in Balkans.

“CGS decision based on recent disciplinary offenses on Exercise “Quick response” and in Merville Barracks, the last of which was in in public domain over in last few weeks.”

3 Couple Admit They’ve Lost Trust Temporarily of KGS”, Colonel Commandant added.

“They will reflect on and where required correct behaviors and cultures that undermine reputation and operational efficiency of exceptional battalion.

General Sir Patrick Sanders took over from General Sir Mark Carlton Smith as head of army on Monday (Andrew Matthews/PA)

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“3 Paragraph of well remain ready to defend the interests of our people in home and abroad at any time.

The deployment that should have been begin in In September, about 300 troops would have been sent to the Balkans.

Sir Patrick wrote in his own letter received Telegraphthat the intended behavior in orgy video was found to be agreed and the Royal Military Police did not establish crime It was committed.

However, he said it was “unacceptable, destructive and detrimental to the army”. reputation (and) could also be interpreted as a denigration women”.

“I know that the battalion will react quickly and restore reputation they deserve,” he said. added.

“My message to the army clear: Our license to operate is based on trust and confidence and we must adhere highest standards.”

Sir Patrick took over by General Sir Mark Carlton Smith on Monday, just five days after Armed Forces minister was forced to apologize over orgy clip.

James Hippie said on on June 8 that he was “regretful and embarrassed” as he denounced the video as “shameful”.

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