I recently asked my chief clerk for an application form for the ACSM. She checked my record and informed me that I didn't have enough days under my belt to qualify. She then showed me my record which backed up this fact. To be fair, she has a point. It shows on my record that I did a two month tour of NI in 1997, whereas in reality I served two months with the Welsh Guards before serving a six month detachment under HQNI, but the latter tour was never documented. Over the years I've been ordered to sign my records printout by the clerks whether I agreed with them or not, mainly due to the fact that records weren't up to date, and an LSI was usually imminent. They always promised to look into any irregularities afterwards, but this always got forgotten about. It was always my word against theirs - until now. Fast forward 12 years - I have just stumbled across an old mid year appraisal signed by SO3 Log SP in HQNI, which covered the period I was there for. This proves that my UNICOM records have been wrong from day one. If I show this to my chief clerk will she be able to amend my record herself, or does it need to be actioned by someone higher up? I know the main responses will be 'why don't you ask her and find out?', but she's away for a while now and the civvies there can't be arsed, so I reckon this is my best shout for a straight answer. Cheers folks.