Board Results JNCO

#1
Lance Jack to Cpl Board Results..

(Within OPSEC) Where/when are they published?

I need to see which of my pond scum mates Glasgow have decided to promote this year :D
 
#2
not sure what is Opsec about the results. Anyway, the results will be on Armynet soon. They should have been promulgated today around noon. So you can either phone your unit or one of your 'mates' and see if they have been told yet.
 
#5
The full list has been e-mailed to all 1 MI Bde Units and probably most others with a Corps prescence such as 14 Sigs, Digby, PJHQ etc. If you ring around someone will be able to log on and read the list to you if you are that interested.
 
#6
Invicta said:
The full list has been e-mailed to all 1 MI Bde Units and probably most others with a Corps prescence such as 14 Sigs, Digby, PJHQ etc. If you ring around someone will be able to log on and read the list to you if you are that interested.
Bootiful, good job it's modt of those units with a Corps presence. Perish the thought that EVERY unit with a member of the Int Corps would get to find out!!!
 
#7
ashford_old_school said:
Invicta said:
The full list has been e-mailed to all 1 MI Bde Units and probably most others with a Corps prescence such as 14 Sigs, Digby, PJHQ etc. If you ring around someone will be able to log on and read the list to you if you are that interested.
Bootiful, good job it's modt of those units with a Corps presence. Perish the thought that EVERY unit with a member of the Int Corps would get to find out!!!
well, they do send it to every unit with a person who has actually been promoted... what do you want, an all-informed net? :)
 
#10
They have published the results on ArmyNet now.

Surprisingly few W* service numbers on the list. I am not sure what the current ratio is, but compare the Cpl Board Results with SNCO results. Females accounted for around 15-17% on the SNCO boards and just shy of 43% on the LECB, whereas there were only around 5.5% on the JNCO board.

I think I am right in saying that traditionally the Corps has recruited higher than average numbers of female personnel. Apparently the number of women joining the British Armed Forces has risen from 5.7% in 1997 to 9.1% in 2006.

So my question is this, have we seen a sudden decline in the number of females joining the Corps or are the current lot of female JNCOs shite in comparison to their male contemporaries? :?
 
#13
Fraser said:
They have published the results on ArmyNet now.

Surprisingly few W* service numbers on the list. I am not sure what the current ratio is, but compare the Cpl Board Results with SNCO results. Females accounted for around 15-17% on the SNCO boards and just shy of 43% on the LECB, whereas there were only around 5.5% on the JNCO board.

I think I am right in saying that traditionally the Corps has recruited higher than average numbers of female personnel. Apparently the number of women joining the British Armed Forces has risen from 5.7% in 1997 to 9.1% in 2006.

So my question is this, have we seen a sudden decline in the number of females joining the Corps or are the current lot of female JNCOs shite in comparison to their male contemporaries? :?
what do you mean current? they usually are shite compared to us menly men :wink:
 
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#16
Dontdreamit said:
Lance Jack to Cpl Board Results..

(Within OPSEC) Where/when are they published?

I need to see which of my pond scum mates Glasgow have decided to promote this year :D
Take it that you weren't up to the standard then?
 
#17
:D LOL LOL LOL

I actually made full screw in just under 12 months out of training.

On tour within 3 months.

So....you were saying?

LOL LOL :D

That's what I like about you AB...................











..................f&ck all!!
 
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#18
No you didn't. There's someone PMing me who works with you. Not only do you start sh*t threads. You tell lies as well.
 
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