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i watched the ceremony of the Brits leaving Iraq and the roll call of the men and women who gave their lives and the photographs really brought it home. such great young men and women.


You are not familar with the expression? Perhaps "in anger" isn't used in American Englis?

It means on operations rather than exercise. You would be more likely to describe a gun or ship's guns though eg. "The first time that HMS Nonesuch fired it's guns in anger."


Hey James!

Nope, I've never heard that! But you know what, just spoke with Royal and he said the same as you - yikes. Really appreciate your leaving a comment - and a nice one - about it.

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