Did they RTU people for failing the CFT and/or PFT, or were the receiving units still accepting them 'at risk'? When I was last there , I remember about a third of the intake not surviving the Medical/Dental/G1 round robin. The PFT and CFT didn't happen till after we'd already been sworn in and accepted into service IIRC.
Edited to add; I thought the Tosca guys had been through a selection at their unit beforehand, no?
As per the press up thread RTMC were being very stringent on what was required for a press up with DS deducting as readily as a mucker would add. No bad thing and gives receiving units a more thorough representation of individuals physical capabilities. Seen one fella in theatre who failed so clearly receiving units taking 'at risk'.
A lot of people failing the medical seems a little odd. You always get one or two with the dental, but medical, not seen that before.
It makes sense as the call out bounty is effectively to help bridge the gap between your civvie pay stopping and your Army pay kicking in. Something that's not really going to apply if you're only at RTMC for two or three days.
All this being said, I do feel for the lads that get rejected after having said goodbye to friends and family, not to mention having made other arrangements for employment cover. It must be a bit depressing having to slink back home after building yourself up for deployment.