changing regiment

#21
Basically just got to do whatever you want to do. If u really want to go engineers then go for it, they are a cracking corps and as Screw the nut said, there is the opportunity to go commando or airborne and do more infantry type things. But if you really want to do infantry then thats what you should do, just talk to your mum about it and explain its your career and its what you want to do. Don't let other people influence your job choice, its the job that you are going to have to do, potentially for 20 + years, so its got to be the one you WANT to do!! good luck!
 
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Gdsm87 said:
Basically just got to do whatever you want to do. If u really want to go engineers then go for it, they are a cracking corps and as Screw the nut said, there is the opportunity to go commando or airborne and do more infantry type things. But if you really want to do infantry then thats what you should do, just talk to your mum about it and explain its your career and its what you want to do. Don't let other people influence your job choice, its the job that you are going to have to do, potentially for 20 + years, so its got to be the one you WANT to do!! good luck!
Exactly.

What to do is research into your job choice properly, Get all the good points and develop a clearcut argument for yourself. If you do so properly no one will be able to put down your job choice as you will be able to give them a good reason and all the pro's and con's of said job choice.

Good luck
 
#25
Change is possible at AFC the point of no return is 32 weeks intot he course so you really should have nailed what you want to go for, its a pretty minimum fuss afair so long as you dont want to go para or a job that is too full ( A few lads wanted to go RAMC but couldnt ). i very much doubt that your parents wouuld find out till passing out, because the training staff have a monumentally small amount of contact with them, other that the two parades.
 

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