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Former soldiers slams ‘pathetic’ protocols that are ‘killing morale’ in defence force

A former SAS soldier has slammed a “pathetic” decision that will ban death-style icons in the army.

Kevin Bailey says it will impact camaraderie in the defence force and has accused “activists” of trying to “wreck and weaken” their own society.

He told 3AW Drive he didn’t believe incoming chief Angus Campbell was behind the move and that he’d been forced by “politically correct” politicians.

“It’s unbelievable,” he said.

He said other “PC” policies were “killing morale” in the defence force.

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