Afternoon folks, I have recently passed selection to join the TA. Went forward for RE and combat engineer and it looks like that will work out, unit funding permitting... Anyway, the point of this post is that one of the staff sergeants on the weekend suggested that I should consider Petroleum Fitter (?) as a possible option due to my background quals and experience. I can find little/no info on this other than a short summary on Army web site. From what is on there, I think it could be a good option... I have 2 engineering degrees (BEng Chemical and MSc Petroleum) and have worked in the oil and gas industry for 13 years, the last 5 as an offshore operations supervisor in the N. Sea. Could anyone point me in the right direction for more info or even confirm that I'm not barking up the wrong tree here? I am working on the basis that I would need to complete training up to end of combat engineer anyway?? Any info gratefully accepted!