I am a big believer in OTCs for a variety of reasons. However can I just get some input here. This commonly trotted out belief that if you give people a good time in the OTC when they become leaders of industry they will have a good opinion of the army. This would seem to suggest that these future leaders of industry are both easily influenced (bribed) and incredibly ill informed if this would be their only exposure and knowledge of the army (and how realistic is it). Finally when I was at UOTC the future senior partners of Goldman Sachs on my course were too busy getting first class degrees to do OTC. The OTC is well known as affecting degrees downwards as people spend too much time, ignoring their studies (and good for them). I got a low 21 and was regarded as some sort of Zanussi head as most people got thirds or ploughed in completely. Thoughts?