So Ive been an airborne medic for a few years now. And to be honest im bored with it. Not the medicine, which I do in civvy life as a student nurse, but the tentage training, the slack exercises that amount to driving from one point to another and putting up a tent, thats if youre not just doing MATTS and getting pissed instead, and the overall the simple lack of an enemy or sense of fight, alongside everyone acting hard cos their 'airborne' (just a personal observation). Ive done enough jumps to know what that's about too. So Im thinking, should I give the CI course a try? Moreover, is it dead hard? Is it easy? Middling? Do you need really good fitness, marksmanship (being a medic weapons and such are seldom a priority)? Is it even worthwhile focussing on? After all, in a few years Ill be nurse, maybe even a nursing officer and its therefore unlikely any Afghan deployment would see me hanging out with the patrolling troops it seems. Your thoughts Gentlemen, Ladies?