As we are in the process of getting ready for our six-monthly fitness assessment, I took some of my platoon out for a little march this evening. Now as we had a new lass with us (not been through basic yet), I asked beforehand if everyone was up for 10k. Everyone was, and the new lass informed me that she was used to walking as she'd been in the scouts for years. No problem then, off we go! After the first 5k, the new lass is having problems with her feet. I suggest that we stop and adjust her boots/socks, but no she says she is okay, she just can't walk too fast. When we get back, I suggest again that we take a look at her feet, and offer her a lift home if required. No, she was okay! Five minutes after I get home, I've got 'Angry Dad' on the phone, complaining that his daughter's feet are raw and bloody (burst blisters?) and saying that he's never heard of anyone being treated so badly. I wasn't too sure how to take it, obviously I'm not happy about it. Is he going to call and complain if she's out in the rain? How should I deal with this one, any suggestions?