• ARRSE have partnered with Armadillo Merino to bring you an ARRSE exclusive, generous discount offer on their full price range.
    To keep you warm with the best of Merino gear, visit www.armadillomerino.co.uk and use the code: NEWARRSE40 at the checkout to get 40% off!
    This superb deal has been generously offered to us by Armadillo Merino and is valid until midnight on the the 28th of February.

Aosb cv!

#1
Hi, basically I didn't realise that my aosb cv had to be returned within 14 days. It has now been double that time and I've completed it. What do I do now though? Does this mean I will have to start the process again? Or should I send it off and see what happens? Has anyone been in this situation?

Thanks
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#2
Hi, basically I didn't realise that my aosb cv had to be returned within 14 days. It has now been double that time and I've completed it. What do I do now though? Does this mean I will have to start the process again? Or should I send it off and see what happens? Has anyone been in this situation?

Thanks
Whatever you do, at some point I suspect you'll need a convincing answer to the question; "Why are you an incompetent cnut who can't follow simple instructions?"

I would submit it in a very apologetic, lesson-learned and generally humble sort of way and not make the same mistake again.
 
#4
Thank you for the quick responses. I have no excuse really and shall attach a very apologetic tail between the legs letter along with the rest of the paper work.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
Book Reviewer
#6
From your synopsis FF he seems well qualified for the Army in general, and to be an officer in particular.
That's a very cynical view Mister Baynet, though the thought did cross...

P.S. To the OP - resist any temptation to make any sort of excuse - it will not be believed and you will compound your error.
 

Latest Threads