- Jan 18, 2006
- 25,416 (4.12/day)
- Hartlebury, Worcestershire, UK
|System Name||The Grey|
|Processor||Intel Comet Lake Core i5 10600K 6c/12t @ 5ghz|
|Motherboard||MSI MAG Z490 TOMAHAWK|
|Cooling||Artic Cooling Liquid Freezer II 280mm AIO + 4 Phantek 140mm case fans|
|Memory||16GB Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4133Mhz @ 4000Mhz 16-16-16-32 2T 1.43v|
|Video Card(s)||MSI RTX3060Ti Ventus OC Triple fan.|
|Storage||WD Blue SN550 1TB M.2 NVME//SkHynix 120GB SSD//CrucialM4 64GB SSD|
|Display(s)||AOC Q2781PQ 27 inch Ultra Slim 2560 x 1440 IPS|
|Case||Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Windowed - Gunmetal|
|Audio Device(s)||Asus Xonar SE 5.1 via SPDIF/Sony AVR/Tangent 4.1 speakers/Yamaha YST-SW40 sub|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Core Gold 650w Semi modular|
|Mouse||Coolermaster Storm Octane wired|
|Keyboard||Element Gaming Carbon Mk2 Tournament Mech|
|Software||Win 10 Home x64|
Yup, to be clear, I am not happy with it at all, for it to work (force reduction) there has to be a balance between strength, technology and capability, I feel we have lost that balance with regard to strength and like anything in life, once it's gone it won't be coming back .......... until the next huge conflict by which time it is likely too late.That has got to be one of the most disarming and diplomatic things I've ever read(that's a compliment). Well said!
EDIT, sorry about that. No offense was intended.
Ironically, just before the Falklands the Royal Marines were set to lose over 50% of their force strength along with a large part of the Amphibious assault fleet, it is of no surprise that those planned cuts were dismissed after that conflict.