Hi, Need advice: I've just come back from Westbury and Queen's OTC Summer Camp (attached from Rangers to do Officer Training) I injured my left knee at camp before having to attend Main Board at Westbury. On the saturday morning at Westbury I aggrevated the injury and had to pull myself off the course. Devastated is an understatement as I've spent the last 10 months working full time, going to college 3 nights a week to do a degree and spent most weekends either with the Rangers or Queens. The injury has been confirmed as probable lateral ligament damage, possible cruciate ligament damage and probable torn cartilage (all injuries to left knee). When I pulled myself off the course, the President of the Board told me that I need to take a long hard look at my fitness.....and that because I'm 32 I should reconsider applying to the main board again. I've come back from a serious injury to full fitness in time for the camp but on the camp did the above injury. I'd been running 5 miles daily with 25kg and without weight, in the gym 4 times a week to rebuild upper body strength. And because of my knee injury (I tried to carry on but I lost all confidence in the knee after the assault course) I've been tarnished unfit by Westbury. The advice I'm looking for is once I've got my knee sorted and at the moment I'm clinging to the hope its not as serious as the doc seems to think it is, how do I go about getting Westbury to give me another shot?? I've worked to hard and made too many sacrifices to just give up. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Regards Trinners.