Rmas cc131

#1
For anyone starting RMAS in January,

I have created a Facebook group where we can bitch and moan about pointless bits of admin and generally keep in touch. It is imaginatively titled 'RMAS CC131'. All welcome to join of course.
 
#4
Awesome persec there, not only do your staff no were to find your bitches and whinges, but any adversary groups doing open source intelligence gathering can pin down 100-odd potential army officers. And who bets at least 1 of those face book accounts has sufficient personal info on to trace that individual to a known address, allowing them to black bag 'em and give them 15 minutes of fame on Al Jazeera as their head separates from their body?

I hope you are not starting as you mean to go on.
 
#6
True if not unlikely, but in the same breath the MOD don't see it as inappropriate to publish a commissioning list on the Army website every Sovereigns parade? Any OCdt with any sense isn't going to be splurting all their info over their profile page as you suggest. Look, I'm no intel expert, but I do recall SO2 OCdts suggesting it was a good idea.
 
#8
True if not unlikely, but in the same breath the MOD don't see it as inappropriate to publish a commissioning list on the Army website every Sovereigns parade? Any OCdt with any sense isn't going to be splurting all their info over their profile page as you suggest. Look, I'm no intel expert, but I do recall SO2 OCdts suggesting it was a good idea.
You not actually thought about just knuckling down and getting on with it?...........................Ohh how times change, and not always for the better.
 
#9
I'd start it once I was there, as a closed group, with the admin accepting known blokes.

Not now, when you don't know anyone...
I'd go with the even more radical suggestion of actually talking to other people over a pint.
 
#10
I'd go with the even more radical suggestion of actually talking to other people over a pint.
Come on msr - get with it. If they don't have a Face book page they will sit in their rooms texting each other
 
#12
True if not unlikely, but in the same breath the MOD don't see it as inappropriate to publish a commissioning list on the Army website every Sovereigns parade? Any OCdt with any sense isn't going to be splurting all their info over their profile page as you suggest. Look, I'm no intel expert, but I do recall SO2 OCdts suggesting it was a good idea.
This is an officier who has been given the grim task of looking after policy for Cadets.
 
#13
Is this group still active? Just did a search and can't find it. There are plenty of pages/groups for the courses currently there and past, so its obviously a common thing to do.
 
#15
I think you should be concentrating on passing your course rather that an outlet for "Bitching and Whinging" for all the world to see,Whatever next a book and a TV film or even a you tube account so we can all see the tears and tantrums !
 
#16
There is no harm in people wanting to communicate about joining the Army in January. There have been plenty of other groups before it, and plenty will follow. For a cadet to focus on passing the course whilst simultaneously joining a facebook group should not be an impossible concept for anybody to grasp. In fact, the Commandant of the Academy and regimental contacts have alluded to the benefits of such a group ahead of joining rmas. Evidently, they too must have overlooked the destructive and negative nature of such groups!
 
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