Fair enough, my bad.polar said:The PQO scheme can commission you at Capt rank
Perhaps, like me, they were issued it the Tuesday before TACC (i.e. 3 working days before), and had to spend their nights sewing the buttons on etc.....polar said:Would I be wrong in assuming the PQO is a tad too quick
This is a photo from a RMAS passing out parade. Surely they been told how to get dressed properly and where to get their uniform tailored ?
I like the caption for that photopolar said:The photo comes from this document
Which contains quite a number of good articals on changes that effect all of us (e.g. JPA, allowances, how to charge someone posting on ARRSE etc .. soz made that up)
PQO 1B course Nov 2006 with members of the Nationally Recruited units on there passing out parade
Not exactly, although I have been keeping tabs on whats on offer at CVHQ. As far as I'm aware LIAG (Land Information Assurance Group) is made up of PQO Royal Signals Officers (however the ratio to AMS seems rather high). I read somewhere they do the initial PQO training with medics (/padres) @ Strensal.Hobgoblin said:I am sure Polar will know the answer.....
Are also doing PQO commissions, but will also be open to (?ex-reg?) Sigs Supervisors.Land Information And Communications Specialist Group (LICSG) - To provide expertise in computer, software and network operations in order to ensure the passage of information between deployed commanders, Permanent Joint Headquarters and Land Command across the spectrum of conflict and assist in the conduct and implementation of Information Communications Support at all levels.
It'll be LIAG or the Land ICS Pool (if it exists yet).Hobgoblin said:I still dont see how this can be any form of PQO cse - regular or TA with a R SIGNALS capbadge - although as I type a possible reason does come to mind - do 81 Sig Sqn personnel do the PQO cse. I am sure Polar will know the answer.....