I began applying for the Army around October last year and progressed through passing the basic skills assessment, BARB test and medical clearance. According to my application booklet the next step is the recruiter interview at the ACIO with my Army Careers Advisor. I'm abit confused with how in depth my knowledge should be at this point however as I realise there are further interviews down the line. Will the recruiter interview include the training the pipeline, a knowledge of current deployment for the Army in general or will it be more about my individual chosen cap badge and the role I am applying for and why etc? Is this the stage I need to have my icebreaker prepared or is that not needed till the IDST? My chosen cap badge is the Royal Corps of Signals and my top three chosen positions are communications engineer, communications operator and installation technician. I've done a few searches on-line and on this forum but I think I've confused myself abit and now I'm starting to panic about how in-depth my knowledge needs to be at this stage, as a result I'm worried about getting too into one area and missing another entirely. For example, will I be expected to have a knowledge of the signals history, current deployments, hq/where they train etc or is it more about the Army in general? If anyone doesn't mind pointing me in the right direction I would very much appreciate it, cheers!