Forgive the mong username, I meant 'Briefing' not 'AOSB'. Anyway. We all know that the army check your medical records before accepting candidates, and that asthma, migranes...etc all bar entry, and that phychological things like self-harm, depressive illness and attempted suicide are all (quite rightly) included in the group, but what about other psych things? I had a near-fatal mountaineering accident last year, and have suffered some PTSD-like symptoms which have almost completely gone now but which at the time almost cost me a uni module and girlfriend, and which still give me a cold sweat from time to time, and a few dark dreams, and odd emotions, but which are steadily fading. Do I? a) Remind myself of the word 'integrity' and go to see a doctor, sort anything that needs sorting, and have it on my paperwork - even if that means killing my chances at Sandhurst entry. or b) Man up, accept that it's mild, and a normal set of responses to that sort of experience, and just carry on through to Sandhurst with an unblemished medical record? No wah, but ready for incoming.