PASSED - Off to Pirbright!

#1
PASSED! Medical was really stressful, about 15 people got deferred with heart murmurs... Grenade exam was piece of piss, TST got 40 / 55, (enough for me to train as an AT), run time was 10.30 and got top marks on icebreaker, team tasks etc. GET IN! Starting Pirbright on 8/01/07 (as long as I make it past AmmoTech selection board) - anyone got any experience of this?
 
#2
alright mate,
im going to Pirbright on the 5th of feb
congrats on passing RSC i found it a piece of urine
blowing my own trumpet i got 45 on the tst
where you from?
laters
matt.
 
#3
oh you guys will love pirbright.. the running area for endurance runs is n ice and flat and there are no inclines.. or tabs.. or parades every monday morning.. :D
 
#4
batmanwasjesus said:
(as long as I make it past AmmoTech selection board) - anyone got any experience of this?
Try the RLC forum on this site...no need to repost question read what is already there.
 

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War Hero
#5
You guys will love heartbreck hill. Off to by first unit tomorrow cant wait
 

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War Hero
#7
concrete hill is easy.

am a pc off to mill hill
 

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War Hero
#9
Translator {am a postmen of to london}
 
#10
thanks for the encouragement guys! heartbreak hill sounds fun... somebody get dumped there or something? ;-)

I'm from Worcester way, so be nice to get back to civilisation after living in a cabbage patch for 5 yrs... only camp in the country with female recruits as well, I believe? Good of her Majesty to provide us with some entertainment!
 
#11
sorry mate but female recruits are at most if not all of them however fratinization is a no no, but as they say what your corprals dont know wont hurt them.oh and good luck enjoy....
 
#12
hello batmanwasjesus not to sure wat core your joinin but well done on passing selection your goin on the same date as me to pirbright on the 08/01/07 ill be seeing you there
 
#15
Thanks for the offer mate, where are you from? Bearing in mind i'm a lowly recruit, reckon I could keep up with you without my feet falling off? I'm not a lightweight, but don't wanna fcuk myself before reaching Pirbright!
 
#17
what was the ice breaker just out of curiosity?
 
#19
mmm.. pirbright scoff.. same shit 7 days a week... it was predictable lets face it.. morn, cereal n fry up - continental on a blue moon.. lunch, chips beans/veg, burger, chick kiev, some other shit and veggie was always omlette or pastry.. dinner.. always cake n custard for pud..

icebreaker-
a one night (on camp) exercise, usually by the rugby or footie field near the gym.. learn how to put up a basha and eat rations (they come already heated for that 'ex') introduce yourself and learn to wake up at sunrise.. (0345 in my case..) umm.. oh yea and you tab most of the day and develop interesting blisters.. and then the medic patches you up.. say hi to cpl smith.. hes the.. hu hum.. large blond one..
 
#20
illyrichards said:
mmm.. pirbright scoff.. same s*** 7 days a week... it was predictable lets face it.. morn, cereal n fry up - continental on a blue moon.. lunch, chips beans/veg, burger, chick kiev, some other s*** and veggie was always omlette or pastry.. dinner.. always cake n custard for pud..
icebreaker-
a one night (on camp) exercise, usually by the rugby or footie field near the gym.. learn how to put up a basha and eat rations (they come already heated for that 'ex') introduce yourself and learn to wake up at sunrise.. (0345 in my case..) umm.. oh yea and you tab most of the day and develop interesting blisters.. and then the medic patches you up.. say hi to cpl smith.. hes the.. hu hum.. large blond one..
Welcome to Army food it's not just unique to Pirbright!!!
 

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