www.armyjobs.mod.uk (2007 remix) 1. I heard nothing about it before launch. But the Army meejah bods like to do things in total secrecy. Their do-or-die motto: "Consult no one". Thanks, then, to Purple_Emperor for drawing it to my attention. 2. The new Army - Regular and Territorial brand: interesting. Where is my t-shirt? 3. I took the Pathfinder test, and it produced a reasonably sensible (although horoscope-ish) result. Inputting that plus my edumicational level and "part-time" into Job Finder gave me 66 options to choose from! Not very useful. RAC Crewman was 16th (but that's because RAC Crewman is the last in the list of Combat jobs, buried in page 2 of the list, and uses "RAC", which is jargon, instead of "Tank", which most newbies will understand). 4. Love the prominence of the TA aspect of the officer's video (the one about the terror football). The "speaking to camera" intimacy of all the videos works well, and the people talking seem very normal - they must have worked hard to find them. 5. Age ranges in the job profiles are incorrect - still showing max enlistment age as 33. 6. The TA is integrated throughout. This does make TA-specific info a wee bit harder to find. 7. I'd be interested to know how the application process works - how do we get to hear from the applicant, what the applicant hears about us, etc. Might need to get some minions to submit fake applications just to experience the process. 8. Old TA logos still on Army.mod.uk website. TA main page on that site (http://www.army.mod.uk/unitsandorgs/ta/index.htm) is still pants. 9. Clicking on the "Find my local unit" link at the bottom of that page now takes you to the revamped Armyjobs one - a bit frustrating if you already know you want to join and just want to find out where your nearest unit is. The "TA Near You" function from the old Armyjobs website (http://www.armyjobs.mod.uk/TerritorialArmy/TANearYou/TAUnitsSearch/) has been removed. 10. It's now impossible to find out where your nearest TA units are without handing over personal info. In fact, the "territoriality" of the whole marketing offer has completely disappeared (at the entry point, anyway). You submit your details to the Borg (not the 9/12L) and wait to hear.