Discussion in 'Join the Army - Regular Soldier Recruitment' started by devilsmart303, Jul 6, 2011.
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hey everyone my discharge papers says QR 1975 Paras 9.371 or 9.379b. What exactly does that mean?
Queens Regs 1975 Paragraphs 9.371 or 9.379b
9.371 - "Welcome to the Regular Reserve"
9.379b - There should be another reference here for your "Cause of Termination".
Well there is also a stamp that say UNSUITABLE FOR ARMY SERVICE"
so will that bar me from re-joining?
I think it means you are shit.
I'll have fries with that,
obsolete : similar, matching
a: adapted to a use or purpose <unsuitable for kitchen use>
b: satisfying propriety : proper <unsuitable dress>
c: able, qualified <an unsuitable candidate for the job>
"Unsuitable for army service" is the highest possible endorsement of your ability to serve. With a discharge like that you should forget the Paras and start thinking about them or late entry at Sandhurst.
Mmmmm tricky, it's ambiguous but I reckon they don't mind if you don't come back.
The truth is my DOAR window was already closed and my fiance' being pregnant had some issues "bleeding" etc. Being a bit under pressure I went to a welfare officer and explained my situation. She ask me to take some leave but I told her I don't know how long it might take to sought out this problem. She then told me the only other way to get out now was to be UFAS. At the time I didn't care cause I wanted to make sure that my first child was born. So on my discharge papers I got that mark-up of unsuitable for army service.
What, with a razor sharp mind like yours I'm suprised they let you go TBH!
do think I'll have another chance?
Only if you can complete a coherent post...
could you shine a little more light on that?
I rest my case.
I am suprised no one has claimed a WAH, so I do and therefore I claim my crisp new £5 note!!
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