14 weeks- whats new?

#1
Howdo,

There must be some blokes on here who work on recruit training. What's changed from the older 12 weeks of training to the new 14. Is it simply a slower build up than before for us weaker generation (ha)? Or is anything new in there? I ask as the army website seems to have failed again to keep pace with the changes.

Ps I know this was asked earlier in the forum but the answers seemed to be guesswork from recruits who hadn't actually started yet. Not vital for me I know but it helps keep the interest up.
Cheers.
 
#3
Oh good. I do love PT.

Seriously though, adventure training, now that has got my attention. If those are the only differences then I imagine the PT's the important part, as much as I'd like to think that they just want us to have fun.

Cheers
 
#5
Franz said:
Howdo,

There must be some blokes on here who work on recruit training. What's changed from the older 12 weeks of training to the new 14. Is it simply a slower build up than before for us weaker generation (ha)? Or is anything new in there? I ask as the army website seems to have failed again to keep pace with the changes.

Ps I know this was asked earlier in the forum but the answers seemed to be guesswork from recruits who hadn't actually started yet. Not vital for me I know but it helps keep the interest up.
Cheers.
Older 12 weeks of training? What happend to the older 10 weeks??

Wait out....... for the old feckers.....

When I was a lad, basic was............................
 
#6
The reason they have made it longer is so recruits have longer time to take in all the information . Nothing changed
 
#7
poet said:
The reason they have made it longer is so recruits have longer time to take in all the information . Nothing changed
Right, its not a weak playstation generation, its just that were that much thicker. Sounds like it'll suit me.

Cheers
Franz
 
#8
[/quote]Right, its not a weak playstation generation, its just that were that much thicker. Sounds like it'll suit me.

Cheers
Franz[/quote] It's probably a bit of both !
 

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