Clearly you haven't read the question. Where have I said I couldn't find information on Reccy Mechanic? I said I couldn't find information on anyone that is a Reccy Mechanic having done a VM course. The reason behind not joining as a VM is that I don't wish to be in a garage/workshop but having a VM qual as well as being an experienced Reccy Mechanic would help towards getting a job once out.
I want to be a Recovery Mechanic but if I could do some sort of vehicle mechanic course and maybe use some of my spare time mucking in with the VM's I could gain some valuable knowledge that could help me once I come to look for a civi job. If I can't it is no big deal just exploring my options.
Every unit i went to had Reccy Mechs sitting in offices or doing other shit and helping out the VM's with cleaning/audits etc as there was never enough recovery tasks to keep them busy all the time. The VM's would fix stuff in the wksp but they also got out and about doing driving jobs. If all you're interested in is being a civvy truck driver or AA/RAC man then you're better off approaching them for a job as you'll also be expected to be a soldier as well.
I have no problem with mucking in and helping VM's, and if they are sat around doing nothing that is because they want to...there is ALWAYS something to do and there is always a brush. I'm interested in joining the Army, if I wanted to be a truck driver or AA/RAC man then that is what I would do. And really? They'd want me to be a soldier! I would never of guessed.