Hello all, I'm currently considering applying to the Int Corp and have a couple of questions about life in the ranks which I hope you can answer. If not, I rest assured that certain members will delight in pointing out the fathomless stupidity of my enquiries. First, what are the resettlement opportunities really like? I'm currently going through the 'rubber stamp' process of an undergrad politics degree at a quality university. I have already gained some useful job seeking experince: heading a team of 20ish subs and 80ish underilngs on a publication with a large annual budget and circulation in the tens of thousands. Combined with a good internship I have a shot at a half-decent graduate job. How would my career prospects compare after a spell in the Int Corp? Is it PC repair courses for all? Second, what is the Officer-Rank relationship like? As suggested on this board, does it really differ from the rest of the Army? For example are the ranks expected to staff Officers' Mess functions? Third, what about day to day living? Do the ranks live in blocks? Do they suffer the ignominy of draconian block rules and inspections? I can accept that there needs to be discipline but being treated like a child doesn't appeal. Int is really the only section of the Army that appeals. Having had the misfortune of spenting time with the dimwitted alcohol repositories of the OTC, attempting RCB is not for me. Any constructive replies much appreciated. Cheers.