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Joining the RLC

#1
I'm attending Briefing in a months time, and before then have fam visits to the RLC and Signals. I also have friends in both the RLC and the Signals, and I'll admit, I'm having difficulty choosing which corp I want to join. Both have aspects that I like and would like to do as an officer. The couple of officers I know in the Signals both say they wish they had joined the RLC.

I'm just after some info as to what the officers do on a day to day basis, and what you get out of being in the RLC, cheers.
 
#4
Ok what do ours do...
1. Go on LCPD and tell every other officer what a BFI can do. Something funnily enough what a Cpl could of done but there you go.
2. Write MPARS.
3. Write CR's.
4. Setup a Safe Driving Stand...as a PI Officer!
5. Write MPARS.
6. Write CR's.
Other than that not much else.
 
#5
Ok what do ours do...
1. Go on LCPD and tell every other officer what a BFI can do. Something funnily enough what a Cpl could of done but there you go.
2. Write MPARS.
3. Write CR's.
4. Setup a Safe Driving Stand...as a PI Officer!
5. Write MPARS.
6.
Write CR's.
Other than that not much else.
TUT TUT! that would be SJARS in modern speak. And after that mine is going Skiing for a long time.(thank god)
 

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