What I say is I don't know why so there was nothing wrong with that since some of those in the field have new shoes and some have not, the new shoes should come together with the new camo issue, I know these since it was during our time that these new camo were implemented and I know many of them who received the new issue. If I am not mistaken one of the first to use it are those stationed here in Manila.
That is why I asked why is it those with the new camo don't have the new boots.
break - off topic rant: dont dilute your discussion with grammatically inept semantics- accept the fact that your initial statement was sweeping and generalizing- and now you retreat under cover of denial and semantics, as i have said.
what you observed in your rotc days was more than meets the eye- and you prejudging a lot of things tells strongly about why your manner of posting is like that- defeatist, sensationalist.
do us all a favor- post sensibly.
oh btw, havent you ever thought that there are several BDA's that are issued as compared to boots? and the wear and tear of boots moreso for troops who are out forever in the field is intrinsically higher than that of the "new camo" as you describe it?
good grief... after all these years, ganyan ka pa din...
back to topic- thanks specter for steering the thread at this point...
It was reported before I don't know what channel a documentary about some marines complaining low morale due to the state of their equipment specially their worn out boots, if you were in a combat you would wear comfortable shoes since a worn out shoes can even cause you accident. Likely the reporter would ask why the shoes are worn out and if he answered because its comfortable for me to wear this then its no one fault but by the way it was posted looks like the message sent is clear.
putris, kundi "i dont know", "i dont remember"- ano ba yan??? you keep on generalizing- channel documentary my ass- when? about the dang boots- kasi you only wore rotc boots in an rotc environment in bns- that does not give you the premise to judge and conclude a lot about morale, accidents whatever.