Quick Question

Discussion in 'The Training Wing' started by ginger_carpenter, Apr 25, 2008.

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  1. Hi, My sister is to be getting married soon, i'll be in phase 1/2 training. Will they give me a day off to walk my sister down the isle?


  2. Sparks_Fly

    Sparks_Fly Old-Salt

    I would guess it depends on your management and whether you can be given the time off without it affecting your training.
  3. mrsscottie

    mrsscottie Clanker

    you should ask for compasionet (prob spelled wrong) u should get it expecialy if its just for a day or 2 and even more likely if its at weekend
  4. Dellie, I take it that you're not even serving yet? When you're in then you're more than qualified (within reason) to give advice. Until that doubtful day, stick to answering questions that begin with " Can I have fries with that too?"
  6. MSI64

    MSI64 LE

    Which is it Phase 1 or Phase 2??
    Whens the wedding??

    If it Phase 1 then I think you have more important things to concentrate on
    If its Phase 2 then see above
  8. mrsscottie

    mrsscottie Clanker

    oni am serving and i'am very well bloody quilified to alswer that questing. so just you go back to being a kno it all and bull**** some poor bugger somewhere else
  9. But obviously not qualified to find the ELC?
  10. mrsscottie

    mrsscottie Clanker

    aye ok alpha whatever
  11. kingburn_99

    kingburn_99 War Hero

    Isnt that obvious!!!
  13. ballonhead

    ballonhead Old-Salt

    Luckaly you dont hav to be ayble to spel to krill peeple
  14. Sparks_Fly

    Sparks_Fly Old-Salt

    Compassionate leave is granted to enable personnel to attend to personal domestic problems. It may be granted in the following circumstances:

    On the death, imminent death or very serious illness of a spouse, child, stepchild, parent, stepparent, sibling, stepsibling, guardian or recorded nominated Next Of Kin.

    On the death of a dependant overseas whose body is being repatriated to the UK or the Irish Republic.

    For urgent reasons, of an exceptional or personal nature, when the presence of the individual is considered essential to lessen domestic hardship.

    Do you consider a sisters wedding could fit in with any of the above??
  15. Trigz

    Trigz Clanker

    No wonder he can't fricking spell, he must still be watching spongebob squarepants. Absolutely disgraceful.