Hi there, First of all a little back story. Ever since I was young I had the cliché dream of being a soldier who had 500 confirmed kills as a sniper in the jungle somewhere etc etc, but now I'm 16 and interested in having an actual realistic and serious career in the Army preferably in some kind of medical position. Currently I'm sitting my GCSE's but without sounding arrogant I'm expected to pass these with ease, and truth being I should. In my A-Levels I'm taking English Literature, History, Physiology and Biology. I realise that for a medical career as a doctor or such I'd need chemistry to get into any university at the moment but those are the the subjects I'm interested in. So here comes what I need advice on. From looking through the very brief descriptions on the Army jobs website I'd love to be in a role that is above a combat medic and nurse in terms of qualifications but below a doctor role. I'm obviously using very basic information that is probably wrong to determine their roles but is there a position such as this in the army, a 'field surgeon' or something like this? I realise I'm being naive about this but I'm really interested in partaking in a role like this so any information would be greatly appreciated. Also if options appear to be either clear cut either low qualifications or post-A level qualifications it would be great to know now so I could revise A level choice and/or make further plans. Thanks for any help.