in the cold live day would say why didn't you just
answer the questions in their interrogation or whatever.
And, you know, it's very difficult
to give a logically response,
cause it is a point of, well that's not what we do.
You know, we do our best to do what we think
is the right thing to do to the very edge of our limit.
And that's something that, you know,
if you look back to things that happened
in the second world war or whatever,
then there's a heritage, there's a principle,
there's an ethos, whatever you want to call it, to uphold
and actually you don't want to be the one
that sort of falls short in that.
So, it's an interesting thing, but, I suppose,
you see it in all teams in terms of, ya know,
you go in that extra mile or whatever
for that sort of loyalty of standing up to this whole
principles of whatever team it is that your in.
Ours happens to be the Royal Air Force.