Yes I think that is true...It appears the younger people seem to appreciate it. My daughter wants a copy of it and that is why I am asking. It brings back memories to me of my time in the Royal Marines when we used to entertain ourselves with the same kind of DIY carry ons. So I quite like it too.
O.K. people I have managed to find a site with it on and if anyone else is interested it is on the newspaper site of the "Sun" I think the address is click here that's what I tried anyway and was successful in finding all the necessary details. So come on get downloading it and contribute to the welfare of the Army!!!
Checked out the links, and then showed hubby who served in the RAF durning the seventies (at this point before everyone puts me down as a granma, he was medical discharged (diabeties)on my 15th birthday (before I knew him))
He found them really brillient!
I've many a time seen him photo album, and listened to his tales (and yes I know everything, or has his mate says 'I know everything thing' even the bits I rather that he kept to himself)
So the Amarillo thing isn't new (for exception of digital cameras and the internet) I think it's called commanderdhip (if thats how you spell it) and shear bordom when off duty....