Am I in the bracket?

Discussion in 'Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme 2010' started by Tescos, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. Hi,

    A quick simple question for those in the know.

    I am Royal Signals CSEngr of 7 years. I was promoted to Cpl on the last board but have yet to do my CLM, therefore I am a substantive LCpl, A/Cpl.

    I fall under the 6-8 year CSEngr LCpl bracket, but does my selection for promotion mean I will be considered as a Cpl and therefore I would not come under any bracket on this tranche?

    I have read the DIN and it says you will be considered for redundancy at your substantive rank as of today, which would be LCpl, but I have not had a call from my OC whilst the LCpls who joined the same time as me and same trade have been told they are in the bracket.

    Advice much appreciated.
     
  2. Please delete this it has been answered on other means.

    Just in-case anyone else was also wondering. You are considered at your "NEW" substantive rank, I.E (Cpl) after your CLM, even though only acting at this time.