So is it true that they teach you how to drive?

#1
I used the search but couldn't find what I wanted to know.
So would they teach people who are going Infantry to drive, or would that just be for REME and the like?
Cheers.
 
#3
What's wrong with walking?
 
#7
Leftover said:
I used the search but couldn't find what I wanted to know.
So would they teach people who are going Infantry to drive, or would that just be for REME and the like?
Cheers.
Yes, Infantry can get taught to drive. Almost definite if you are in MT for obvious reasons, but other departments and troops will also require driving.

If you are selected to be a Warrior driver, you get your H licence (veh steered by tracks) AND your B (car) at the same time.

Don´t expect to be taught in training or when you first rock up at your first unit mind.
 
#8
Best off getting your cat B before you join matey, they try and get everyone through it, but it obviousely goes in order of seniority, still not got mine yet as im a crow-bag and ive only been in 2 years.
 
#9
Leftover said:
I used the search but couldn't find what I wanted to know.
So would they teach people who are going Infantry to drive, or would that just be for REME and the like?
Cheers.
Yes, you'll be taught to drive. However, you've heard of COs driver? Well, your Unit CO will chauffer you around until you get your own license. Military tradition I believe.
 
#10
Bradshaw said:
Best off getting your cat B before you join matey, they try and get everyone through it, but it obviousely goes in order of seniority, still not got mine yet as im a crow-bag and ive only been in 2 years.
You paid for that book yet lizard lips?
 
#12
minister_doh_nut said:
Bradshaw said:
Best off getting your cat B before you join matey, they try and get everyone through it, but it obviousely goes in order of seniority, still not got mine yet as im a crow-bag and ive only been in 2 years.
You paid for that book yet lizard lips?
And does my presence still intimidate you ?
 
#13
minister_doh_nut said:
Bradshaw said:
Best off getting your cat B before you join matey, they try and get everyone through it, but it obviousely goes in order of seniority, still not got mine yet as im a crow-bag and ive only been in 2 years.
You paid for that book yet lizard lips?
Hang on, i'll just go and check the latest 'Bradshaw-ometer'.

The latest reading says 'Thieving, cheque-bouncing toe rag' but it's been like that for over a year.
 
#15
Bradshaw said:
Best off getting your cat B before you join matey, they try and get everyone through it, but it obviousely goes in order of seniority, still not got mine yet as im a crow-bag and ive only been in 2 years.
Are you going to pay Convoy-Cock for the book he sent you?
 

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