CHANGE TO THE MAXIMUM AGE ON ENLISTMENT TO THE REGULAR ARMY The maximum age for enlistment, onto the Open Engagement, is now 33 years of age for all Arms and Services. The exception to this policy change will be CAMUS who will retain the maximum limit of 36.11 years. Current policy regarding the maximum age for enlistment to the Regular Army varies, at the discretion of individual A&SDs. With the introduction of age legislation and the drive to seek greater uniformity across the 3 Services, a review of Army policy has been conducted. There is a lack of convincing evidence to support a case to continue with current differences in policy, more especially in light of Royal Marines policy which allows entry up to 33 years of age, and there is little confidence that current restrictions are either sensible or helpful in manning the Army. For the majority, maximum ages range from 26.11 in the case of Inf to 33 in the case of certain AMS CEGs. Exceptionally CAMUS have a limit of 36.11 years. MPGS limit is 50 but they are employed on different ToS. ________________________ I personally believe that this is a step in the right direction. Comments?