Hi, I have passed my ADSC at junior level and I am looking to have a career as an Ammunition Technician. The trade looks very good and I think that I could excel within the trade, however to be completely honest I am worried about working with a bomb disposal team in Afghanistan (after looking at many documentaries and death rates etc). I have spoke to my recruiting sargeant about this however as he does not know the trade too well, he couldn't shed too much light on it. I was wondering what other paths I could take after hitting the rank of Sargeant. I have looked into doing an all arms course and joining the Commando's or maybe even the SAS, but would I still be doing the same job as to repairing,inspecting,testing and storing ammunition? As that does sound like a starting point for me(however blowing up things and playing around with explosives does sound like fun).I have also looked to going into instructing but the problem with that is I would still want to tour and I'm not sure if you would be able to juggle going out with your chosen regiment to tour Afghanistan or wherever the war may be and instructing SUT's? But first and foremost I would really like to know the different paths I could take after the first four to five years as over the internet it is quite clear on what happens over this period but it does not tell you alot of what you can do after apart from bomb disposal. Thank you for reading and I would really appreciate anyone's help. Just to let you know I am going to Kineton this December for my last test before starting Phase 1.