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Should cheating transferees be RTU'd or is the Corps theat desperate theat we need them at all

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  • No

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#1
Naughty Naughty! In my day, when transferees were caught cheating on the A3/OPMI 3 they were RTU'd - not just back classed with the recruits! Especailly when it was a group of them!
 
#2
Alaarm! said:
Naughty Naughty! In my day, when transferees were caught cheating on the A3/OPMI 3 they were RTU'd - not just back classed with the recruits! Especailly when it was a group of them!
Alaarm,

The answer to both is probably yes.

Might I dare suggest a rewording of your pole question?
 
#3
Its not called cheating any more, thats not 'fluffy' enough! Last time it happened it was called 'Academic Misconduct'

CG - Cheat Squad!

Edited for rrrrrubbish speeling
 
#4
Of course the should be kicked out! If they can't even cheat in training without getting caught what use will they be in the real world!!! Buffoons!
 
#5
due to the appalling wording of the question, i have no idea whether to vote yes or no :)

how did they cheat? if it's taking cheat sheets into exams - fair cop. but if it's coursemates helping each other out with assignments etc - that's not cheating, it's teamwork ;)
 

Glad_its_all_over

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#6
Given our capbadge, there's an argument that they should be RTU'd if they didn't cheat - although getting caught betrays some fairly poor skills and perhaps a lack of aptitude.
 
#9
Well, if you ask a certain member of the Corps who was a DE, then if you fight your corner then you can beat the system! and good on him! If 'They' didnt say what we could and couldnt do, then more fool them!

CG
 
#10
I have just realised how badly i worded that Poll - DoH! Nevermind, hopefully you all understand what I mean.
 
#11
ashford_old_school said:
Of course the should be kicked out! If they can't even cheat in training without getting caught what use will they be in the real world!!! Buffoons!
Ahh yes, getting caught. That was always my crime, though not on my A3. A2 passing in tests are, of course, another story.........
 
#12
If they're not bright enough to cheat and get away with it, then maybe they're not right for the Corps anyway.
 
#13
Hang on, what are we saying yes or no too? RTUing them or keeping them at all costs?? It's one of them double negative/oxymoron fecking confusing questions like you always get it progress tests on courses.
 
#14
Alaarm! said:
Naughty Naughty! In my day, when transferees were caught cheating on the A3/OPMI 3 they were RTU'd - not just back classed with the recruits! Especailly when it was a group of them!
3 words that were drilled into me many moons ago when I was going through A3...............

HONESTY - INTEGRITY - RELIABILITY

Say no more and sack following the pink and fluffy SAB of course.....
 
#15
Piglet_Files said:
Alaarm! said:
Naughty Naughty! In my day, when transferees were caught cheating on the A3/OPMI 3 they were RTU'd - not just back classed with the recruits! Especailly when it was a group of them!
3 words that were drilled into me many moons ago when I was going through A3...............

HONESTY - INTEGRITY - RELIABILITY

Say no more and sack following the pink and fluffy SAB of course.....
HONESTY - INTEGRITY - RELIABILITY
CUNNING - LYING - BACKSTABBING

Don't forget the other three Corps traits.
 
#17
I must agree with Piglet _Files, honesty, integrity and reliability. It should, however, be noted that cheating has always been euphemistically known as showing initiative and therefore perhaps we shouldn't take such a dim view of it. I think 252_me and rebel_with_a_cause make a valid point, cheating and getting caught is probably the real crime. Does the punishment fit the crime and send the right message, which I believe is the question that Alaarm is trying to ask, well that will have been a decision taken by the management and course administrators and I’m sure they will have taken all the facts into consideration when making that decision, notably can we afford to readily dispense with such a group of manpower. Ultimately the embarrassment of being caught is probably the real punishment.
 
#19
bit of an info check, it wasn't taking cheat sheets, it was helping each other out with course work, specifically typing. There are two sides to every story and there is definitely one to this.
 
#20
Course work?? have they got rid of the monster 8 hour test now??

CG - feeling old before his time!
 

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