Hello. I am after a serious debate here. I know a few Foreman around the Corps and they seem rather annoyed at the recent name change. I've heard that the Supvr IS are now called FofS IS. What annoys them the most, is not that they are called Foreman, but the fact that the little bit on the end says 'of Signals'. I've read a few posts about this, but it all seems to be a bit of back stabbing going on by some rather sad people. What annoys them is that there is no 'Signals' related stuff in their job. Before you start to bite, hear me out. Their job is predominantly IS as the title suggests but if asked to do anything outside that area (capability manager) then I feel some of the more junior ones might struggle. Also on the Foreman IS course there is no command training at all, it is all classroom based, not even any exercises. I think it will all lead to confusion with the name change and some very pissed off CO's/OC's who might expect the Foreman IS to be as experienced as a regular Foreman.