anyone been told by afco they are a high risk?

#1
Basically I wanted to re-join a few times over the years and never got round to doing it.pulled out each time.1st time was misses become pregnant so had to pull out.2nd time was this year that was because I always thinking about what my family might be feeling about me doing it.

But I have made my mind up got the support from my partner and wanted to go for it.only to be told today come back in November because I am a high risk in not joining.gutted I am hope to god I have not fucked up any chance of going in.

Can anyone give advice please..
 
#2
andy2322 said:
Basically I wanted to re-join a few times over the years and never got round to doing it.pulled out each time.1st time was misses become pregnant so had to pull out.2nd time was this year that was because I always thinking about what my family might be feeling about me doing it.

But I have made my mind up got the support from my partner and wanted to go for it.only to be told today come back in November because I am a high risk in not joining.gutted I am hope to god I have not fucked up any chance of going in.

Can anyone give advice please..
Join the TA. If you can't hack it there you're a useless tool and shouldn't progress further with your application
 
#3
andy2322 said:
Basically I wanted to re-join a few times over the years and never got round to doing it.pulled out each time.1st time was misses become pregnant so had to pull out.2nd time was this year that was because I always thinking about what my family might be feeling about me doing it.

But I have made my mind up got the support from my partner and wanted to go for it.only to be told today come back in November because I am a high risk in not joining.gutted I am hope to god I have not fucked up any chance of going in.

Can anyone give advice please..
There's a joke in there somewhere...
 
#4
The Army can afford to be pretty choosy at the moment as there is an abundance of recruits.

To improve your chances at the AFCO you could try bringing a halt to the global recession and therefore reducing the numbers seeking employment there.
 
#7
andy2322 said:
spend 3 years in ta 3rd royal welsh.left as it was no fun on weekends it was all drink and pissing around.
Give it another crack mate; you might find it a bit more of a challenge. Even if it were still a drink fest you would at least be illustrating your enthusiasm for the army.
 

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#8
andy2322 said:
it was all drink and pissing around.
That's forces life as I remember it, mind we got weekends off
 
#9
andy2322 said:
Basically I wanted to re-join a few times over the years and never got round to doing it.pulled out each time.1st time was misses become pregnant so had to pull out.2nd time was this year that was because I always thinking about what my family might be feeling about me doing it.

But I have made my mind up got the support from my partner and wanted to go for it.only to be told today come back in November because I am a high risk in not joining.gutted I am hope to god I have not fucked up any chance of going in.

Can anyone give advice please..
andy2322 said:
spend 3 years in ta 3rd royal welsh.left as it was no fun on weekends it was all drink and pissing around.
Don't know what they're worried about you are obviously a candidate that stay the distance....
 
#11
Yeah I did................................................................................................................................ he said their was a high risk of me being TOO FECKING GOOD LOOKING FOR YOU UGLY BARSTWARDS!
 

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