Injury before Service

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by the_good_life, May 1, 2005.

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  1. I have undergone surgery due to a rugby injury and now on the mend.

    Will be fully fit for Sandhurst but should I tell them about my injury etc.
     
  2. What kind of surgery? (If you don't mind me asking)
     
  3. On my shoulder
     
  4. There's no reason why you shouldn't and that scar might be a bit of a giveaway......
     
  5. I would. If it's mended by then, then it won't matter to them. If, somehow, you manage to reacquire that injury during training then the staff will be aware of it. If you don't you will probably be jumped for not telling them before.
     
  6. There's no reason at all why you shouldn't tell them. As long as you can pass the tests, they won't really care.
     
  7. Many thanks to all.

    I shall probably tell them at the pre-course meeting.
     
  8. why do officers say that they are having meetings when we all know that they head straight for the mess and get pished???

    it comes back to the same old story.

    A young Tom gets sloshed and makes a scene he gets charged and chucked in the slammer.

    Then a young officer gets sloshed and makes a scene, it is high spirits and he (ooops got to be pc) or her is let off with it and bought another drink.