Not sure if many out there have seen the latest SPS VEng Board for 2009 but in my eyes it is totally unacceptable. When VEng was introduced for individuals to be put forward for longer service it was stated that individuals would be considered for VEng in your last 3 years of service. I believe the whole Army has signed up to this with certain Corps/Arms turning it down for their own reasons. Therefore why is it that this year the AGC(SPS) has seen fit to include everyone who is due out even up the end of 2009. Yes, there are individuals on the list who are due out in a couple of months time and even individuals who do not fall into the last 3 years of service re-mitt. All those who were boarded years ago, on their 3 year mark have been boarded again, and many have been successful. How will this hold up in a court of law if an individual had the balls and money to take the Army, or the AGC(SPS), to court. How can the Corps seem to change the wider Army rules to suit themselves. This needs to be addressed at a higher level, HQ AG, DM(A). This should not be allowed. We are always told that ârules are rulesâ, therefore how can they change such a ruling on individuals careers. Yes, I was an unsuccessful candidate who may have stood a chance if they had stuck by the rules. Then again the AGC(SPS) is run by Muppets who canât even get the Admin right for a Corps that deals in Admin! And they preach to us about âRules and Regulationsâ.