I'll start with a bit of background information: I'm 17 and currently undergoing the application process to become an Ammunition Technician. I got a score of 59 on my BARB test (I'm told it was higher than average) and was recommended for the AT trade (along with the Intelligence Corps and RMP). I was orginally planning on going to university but hated the idea of spiralling into debt whilst being sat on my arse all day in a classroom. Now you've got the background, I've got a few questions if anyone can answer them (my AFCO literally gave me one-word answers): 1) What is AT training like?; 2) What does an AT do before specialising in EOD? (I was told "Looking after bullets"); 3) What are the operational postings for ATs?; and 4) Is there a high chance (if one is up to the mark) of serving with Special Forces/Commandos or Airborne units? I'd be greatful for any help or input, Cheers.