We looked inside some of the tweets by @militarymatters and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
When will some dog lovers learn dogs cannot fly? Another dog has gone over a cliff (Sewerby) whilst chasing a seagull So remember dog owners - it puts @HMCoastguard teams at risk not only from COVID19, due to meeting up. But also whilst trying to recover whats left of your dog.
I stumbled (unfortunately) upon this site @cantmiddleton I wonder what his hang up is, or if it can be treated :-)
Did you know you can pause your Sky Sports payment until sports resumes? However, all 11 Sky Sports channels & your recordings will still be available. To pause your Sky Sports subscription, go to: https://t.co/p576cPttax.
As part of the RAF drawdown at Linton we have reached the significant milestone of completing the Tucano fleet disposal phase. The aircraft have been broken down and packaged ready for road transport. https://t.co/jA2RIzF56i
#AskAVMGale The military need all the public exposure it can get. So how about more media invites for "specialized media" (not just daily press) to exercises/briefings etc - as they are almost non existent now?
To all the staff, volunteers and fellow patients we meet at Hull's #QueensCancerCenter. Thank you for making the last 25 day treatment visits an absolute pleasure and not something we initially feared and dreaded :-)
We recently lifted the lid on some previously secretive sites up and down the UK to provide a glimpse into the history of signals intelligence at GCHQ The first of which was Croft Spa in Scarborough ⬇️ https://t.co/PpgPooEw6k
Now known as Irton Moor and the longest continuous serving site for signals intelligence in the world. https://t.co/If58ZquXf8
A big thank you to @Kwik_Fit Mobile and in particular to their operator Johnny Lane (Van 532) who has just provided superb mobile service.