I have a real concern that many of us regulars may end up losing our jobs. Public sector workers are going to be hit big time, we unfortunately are in that remit. The SDR is going to come as a shock. So as serving soldiers are we going to be hit with brown letters and shown the door? how does it work? is it going to be compulsory redundancy? do we get redundancy pay? Are we entitled to full pension? I can see a lot of single soldiers and families suddenly out on the street looking for jobs and accommodation. Though no one fro MOD has tried to settle the matter. The worst part is the traditional route for ex serviceman was public sector work. I know there is an argument for manning control points and we all know its coming. A career in the army used to be job for life, the last SDR put change to that. No one person has stood up in public and defended the implications of this, I would have expected a open letter from CGS explaining what and how its going to affect us. The MoD uses loopholes and not stick to the rules when dismissing soldiers what protections are in place? don't believe me check out BAFF. There is a lot of unanswered questions that need explaining now before we are hit hard and good men are flung into civvy street.