Not in the slightest, more the officer role I wish to aim to is linked to what I currently do. I am not a senior manager, far from it. Starting my civilian career and wishing to add more value to it.I am sighing inside, but please take this as constructive: If you think you "should" commission because you are a big cheese in your civilian job, think carefully.
Reserve INT CORPS soldiers tend to be quite well qualified, high powered and generally intellectually fairly impressive. If you think that you are more suited to the Officers Mess because you are a senior manager in civvie street you are heading for a fall.
1: are you interested in being an Operator Military Intelligence?
2: How much will you enjoy spending some years being IC shit jobs for the Adj and having to ring your Section Sgt come SJAR time because you've never met Cpl Smith who you notionally command but have never met because he is detached or on tour and don't know what to write?
If the answer to 1 is "yes" and 2 is "not much", you might want to reconsider your choices.
I do also account for the fact that it might hinder your civilian career to be seen as an "other rank" if so, commission into the RAF as Air INT
1. No I am not interested in being an Operator Military Intelligence.
2. I do not have any issue with shit jobs, getting stuck in and quite frankly standing my ground. I had been asking for advice in re to the application process.
I can assure you that this would not hinder my civilian job, it is quite common for individuals in my role to be ex military, be current reserves etc.
I thank you for your input.