Bascially my question is: Can we use the white fleet, ie minibusses to transport potential (non attested/civilian) recruits too and from the TAC? The TAC I'm thinking off is out of town and a bit of a challenge to get to if you live in the main urban areas, most people seem to drive in rather than public transport or walk. My idea is that we may appeal more to people who work or live in the city centre if we can provide a shuttle service too and from a central location. More specifically is my idea to apply this to students, freshers week - meet us outside the students union on a tues night, shuttle over to the TAC for activities 'look at life', whatever, few drinks in the JRC before being deposited back at the union circa 11pm. Of course this would require a duty driver staying on longer, so perhaps just send them off at 21:15 and encourage them to socialise at the local pub/students union. Perhaps with a few now off duty soldiers to drink with. Way I see it, this may encourage more of a community/club feel, encouraging retention, which is what the students get with their outer mongolian sheep farming societies. If anything it stops recruits not turning up because they couldn't locate the TAC. I know there's an insurance issue, but is there a way around? Recruits pay a quid, it's re-imbursed in free drink or something?