As I've been able to gather from the official army website in my pre-AOSB research, intelligence corps officer training has 3 phases: 44 weeks Sandhurst 2 day int corps selection 6 month attachment to other corps 26 week intelligence officer training I know basically what goes on at Sandhurst (steady progression from Marching, Ironing and Shouting to realistic exercises and command tasks), but can anyone give me more details on what happens on the other stages? E.g. what sort of tests there are at selection, what you actually do on the attachment (do you actually command the soldiers of a corps you haven't received specialist training for?) and the structure of the specialist int officer training? Thanks.