Is it me or have we gone completely barking mad? Am I the only one experiencing the current exit means of choice of our dear, emaciated, home-sick, spineless urchins who refer themselves to the CPN, put their underpants on their head and 2 pencils up their nose and, between wibbles, convince the medical services that, despite a rigorous selection process, between 6 and 18 months basic and initial trade training, that within 6 months of reaching the unit, they are "Temprementally Unsuited to Army Life" and must be discharged under QRs 9.414! I know the current mantra of train in, don't weed out is big in the ITG these days but surely we cannot be getting it sooo wrong. I estimate that between 4 - 10% of the little darlings attempt this route, the majority of whom are successful. Any views?