RMAS reading

Discussion in 'Officers' started by Browning, Nov 30, 2005.

Welcome to the Army Rumour Service, ARRSE

The UK's largest and busiest UNofficial military website.

The heart of the site is the forum area, including:

  1. I know this should be in the Sandhurst section but what the heck.

    Does anyone know the reading list for Sandhurst?

  2. cpunk

    cpunk LE Moderator

    Daily detail... errr... that's it.
  3. There is one book that i know they issue you when you get there, any ideas
  4. cpunk

    cpunk LE Moderator

    You get issued a book called 'Serve to Lead'. Can't say I ever read it.
  5. 19 platoon by Sydney Jarry!

    Now ask questions where you are supposed to! :evil:
  6. "Serve to Lead"

    Quite boring really :roll:

    The point is not to swot up too much beforehand
  7. Have you considered ringing up the Officer Cadet Admin Centre?
  8. 18 Platoon by Sydney Jary surely?
  9. It was a while ago - pretty close when put on the spot!
  10. yeah didnt fancy ringing up because didnt wanna look to eager!!
  11. Top tip - just enjoy yourself, see all your mates, get pissed and do all the things that you won't be able to do once you are at the factory. Don't spend your days swatting up - do go running etc though!
  12. haha i wasnt planning too!

    does anyone know if you can go on the dole if you have a job already sorted. 90quid a fortnight!!
  13. Phone RMAS and ask them to send you a copy - that should endear you to the DS!!
  14. Best ask the finance fellas and fillies - they may say you should just to make sure the tax man dos't stitch you later for missed NI payment - they have many ways and means.

    None of the tax man's methods are as harsh or devestating as APC glasgow's though....Just you wait till they get hold of your money!
  15. Why not call the Academy Adjt. He will be more than willing to help.

    Anytime between 2000 - 0001 on a Sat would be appropriate.

    And make sure you tell him your name!!!

    Don't be so keen. The only thing you need to know is what time and where you need to be on Day 1. The rest will be taken care of for you.