I've recently been told that my RG8 was refused on the grounds that I've got Aspergers Syndrome. Now, I'm a pretty capable soldier, I've done everything asked of me and more. I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome quite late - when I was 13. What they saw, I believe was just my rebellious teenage years. Now, When my RG8 was sent off to Glencorse, It seems that the refusal process is just keyword based, without taking an individual into account. Surely with the army wanting to recruit approx 20 000 new TA Soldiers by 2020, the system needs to be more flexible? If it's the handling of pressure the army is scared of - I work on civvy street. I handle a lot of pressure from day to day, managing people and projects. Does anybody have any advice for somebody in my position?