Alrite gents, just wondered what the criteria was for a bloke being posted to an AFCO. My local is Glasgow and I have to say its not great. I don't claim to be an expert on the army, I discharged after phase 2, but after spending an hour down there I came away realising I in fact know more about it than the Sgt I spoke to there did. For a start my paper work was "missing" from my folder which has resulted in my re-enlistment taking months longer and having to go through the week one day one stuff all over again. For the interviews I had previously gone through there were 3 lines written down about me, and to top it all off once the guy had finished trying to blag me back into the Infantry, he had no idea wat the RAC stood for or the difference between FR and Inf Platoon Recce. Maybe he is just ill informed but surely if he is there to advise people on the right jobs for them, if he doesn't know that other parts of the army do then he is in the wrong place? Also, what is with slagging off the job choices someone makes? With the army undermanned and overstreched surely more attention should be made to the recruitment teams to ensure they are in the right posting. At this rate I won't get into my chosen Reg till the lib dems are in government, and we've housed asylum seekers on the moon.