Hi I’m from 1st Battalion, The Rifles,
Sniper Platoon. Happy St. George’s Day. How would I defeat a dragon? For us as
snipers would be given intelligence from any kind of source that there’s an enemy
dragon operating in the area. From there me and my number two, we would push out
with whatever kit we needed for a day and night operation including thermal
sights, laser rangefinders and of course the three three eight. From there then we
push into a position where we can overwatch the dragon, possibly on his
nesting area, his nesting ground. That way we can be assured that he’s possibly
going to be in a hover whilst looking after his eggs. In that position and in the hover we
could take a shot hopefully bringing him down. if not killing him straight out. If
all we managed to achieve is to bring him down quickly get on the radio, we’d
call in mortars or artillery and finish the job. And there we have it,
dragon omelettes for boys back in camp. My name is Private George.
I’m a warrior gunner within 1 Mercian. The only way to defeat the dragon is with
armoured infantry. We’d move on the dragon using the cover of night and our
night vision capabilities, cutting off all escape routes. We take the dragon
down with our 30 millimeter cannons and 762 chain guns.
Having our dismounts then dismount from the back with their SA80 rifles and light
machine guns to finish the dragon off – it wouldn’t stand a chance. Hi there, my name’s Trooper George and I’m a Life Guard. and today we’re going to discuss how to slay a dragon with the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. In essence, I’d probably use my horse here and the lance to gallop into the dragon’s den as he’s asleep, or maybe as he’s just about to get out of bed. In essence, if I don’t kill him the first time I’d probably use the cavalry for assistance And that’s how we’d slay a dragon with the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.