Hello there, The gist of it: Just had my interview with my local ACA Colonel two days ago. He mentioned to me that the Army are lowering the upper age limit for regular officer entry from 28 years 11 months on first day at RMAS to 26 years (bar professional qualified) I'm currently 25 years 5 months. He assured me that "when" it does change i'll be grandfathered through and allowed to try AOSB main board. I would be 26 by then. Can anyone shed any light on this? The Colonel said he had no further information at present. Regards S. M 25 Graduated in Product Design Interests: like all sports except; lawn bowls and darts, photography, film and video making, engineering and most programmes on Discovery channel, UK TV History etc.. Play: Rugby union, squash and tennis (all for club teams) Worked the last few years as a ski instructor in Canada. Got to OASC at Cranwell passed my aptitude for Pilot and Aerospace Battle Manager, was told my individual planning was weak. rejected. Captain Hindsight says that applying for a specific role before going through selection was not wise. I was not ready and don't think the RAF was for me anyway. Regiments/corps interested in: Royal Engineers, Royal Logistics Corps, also keen to look at an Infantry Regiment, probably RRF. Done.