Confused about Joining

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As the title may suggest I am confused about joining, and the Army Website isn't helpful, so I thought more knowledgful minds might be useful. If I want to join the Army as a Para, or RMP for example, how do I do it? Do I just start my application to join one of them, or do I decide once i'm in?
Confusion about your sexuality is normal at your age.

The way to tell is this - if you push back you are certainly a gayer.
Your first port of call should be your local Careers Office. They will speak to you about your motivations for joining and book you in for a BARB Test. Your score on this test (alongside other formal qualifications you hold) will give you a list of trades that you're eligible for employment in.

It's at this point that you will make your shortlist of chosen trades, and potentially have to undergo further tests dependant upon those choices.

Good luck - get down the Careers Office.
As above, speak to teh Army Careers Information Office.

They can talk to you, assess your capabilties and tell you what you can go for... once you have your list of what you can go for, they can tell you about each job. You pick which one you want to do.

All you need at this stage is an inkliing that you may enjoy the Army.
Is she fit and why does she have a lid on her box?
Here you go! Decent bit of kit by all accounts.

[h=1]Pandora's Box[/h]At one time the only mortals on the earth were men. Prometheus had made them, Athene had breathed life into them. The chief god Zeus did not like them.

One day Prometheus was trying to solve a quarrel that was raging between the gods and the men. At a festival the men were going to sacrifice a bull for the first time. They asked him which parts of the bull should be offered to the gods and which should be eaten by men. Prometheus decided to play a trick on Zeus. He killed the bull, skinned it and butchered it. He split it into two portions, in one he put the best, lean meat. In the second he put bones followed by a thick layer of fat. Prometheus offered both to Zeus to take his choice. Zeus looked at both portions, one looked good but was rather on the small side, the other was much larger and covered in a layer of fat which Zeus felt must cover the best, tastiest portion of meat. He chose that one. When Zeus realised that he had been tricked he was furious. He took fire away from man so that they could never cook their meat or feel warm again.
Prometheus reacted immediately flying to the Isle of Lemnos where he knew the smith Hephaestus had fire. He carried a burning torch back to man. Zeus was enraged. He swore vengeance and started making an evil plan.
Zeus, set Hephaestos the task of creating a clay woman with a human voice. Hephaestos worked and worked and created a masterpiece. Athene, goddess of wisdom and Zeus' daughter liked the clay figure and she breathed life into it. She taught the woman how to weave and clothed her. Aphrodite the goddess of love made her beautiful. The god Hermes taught her to charm and deceive.
Zeus was pleased with what he saw, but he had made her as a trap. He named the woman Pandora and sent her as a gift to Epimetheus. Epimetheus had been warned by his brother Prometheus that he should never accept gifts from Zeus because there would always be a catch. Epimetheus ignored his brother's warning, fell in love with Pandora and married her. Zeus, pleased that his trap was working gave Pandora a wedding gift of a beautiful box. There was one condition however...that was that she never opened the box.
For a while they were very happy. Pandora often wondered what was in the box but she was never left alone so she never opened it. Gradually over a while she began to wonder more and more what was in the box. She could not understand why someone would send her a box if she could not see what was in it. It got very important to find out what was hidden there. Finally she could stand it no longer. One day when everyone was out she crept up to the box, took the huge key, fitted it carefully into the lock and turned it. She lifted the lid to peep in but before she realised it the room was filled with terrible things: disease, despair, malice, greed, old age, death, hatred, violence, cruelty and war. She slammed the lid down and turned the key again...keeping only the spirit of hope inside.
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