University Dissertation

#1
Hello everyone.

I am a currently carrying out my dissertation (BA) at the University Of Leicester which looks to establish the influence military life has on personnel upon leaving the services and their reintegration into 'civvie' society.

I have acquired permission from one of the site admins to ask if anyone would be interested in participating in my questionnaire (current and ex personnel can participate). If so, It will only take 10-15 minutes to complete and If any willing participants message me on here or my email address db257@le.ac.uk- I can pass on the consent form and the questionnaire.

If there are any queries, such as why i'm carrying out this particular dissertation and the storage of data please do not hesitate to contact me on either of the options above.

I thank you all for your time in reading this.
 
#3
Word of warning: You may receive numerous offers for participation from bluffers who's total experience of service life is having a Cousin (Twice-removed) do his national service in the 50's, but was discharged in training due to flat feet.

Me personally, I did 17 yrs UKSF with 19 of them in the Para Commando Medic Reaction Regiment, but as you can imagine, I can't talk about it
 
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#4
I was a batman on tuesday but I mostly enjoyed being wonderwoman on saturdays, most of the time I am waiting for boring student requests for dissertations, live my life for it honestly!
 
#5
Me personally, I did 17 yrs UKSF with 19 of them in the Para Commando Medic Reaction Regiment, but as you can imagine, I can't talk about it
What a Walt!
Wait until you take & pass the elite All Arms Storemans Course at SEME, Bordon.
You get your own field kit of a pad of 1033's to go out and do good for the G4 branch.
 
#12
I have nearly completed my 22 years having joined the ACC in 1991. As soon as I've resat the Part 1 Chef's exam again i'll let you know my availability
 
#16
Don't mention the ACC casualty lists. Chemical Warfare courses could learn a lot from their example. Mass poisonings have never been surpassed. I recall the stew served up at Glen Parva was bright green in colour and utterly lethal with stench to suit (and there is a bit of local colour for you!). Remember the corps motto "If it's smoking, it's cooking; If it's burning, it's done!"
 

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