Hi Everyone, i have two questions, hope you can help. Well my inital interest was in the army, i applied online over the christmas period, i waited 6 weeks but got no reply, i went down to my local armed forced careers office but there was never any army staff around, so i just figured my application was rejected. So i went and applied for the RAF as a Regiment Gunner, i did the aptitude test and interview no problems, comes to the medical and i fail on the colour precepion test, now ive never ever mistaken one colour for a different colour, and ive never dont that test before. I came home and googled a few tests and got them with no problems. (i do think i may be slightly colour blind but not serious, like i can tell teh difference between red and green and so on). I've since re applied for the army and am going through the selection process now. does anyone know how spot on you have to be with this test in the army? like do you have to get them all right or are you allowed a few mistakes? most my mistakes were due to me rushing and being nervous and mistaking a 7 for a 1. my second question is to do with the medical, ive searched it and there seems to be a few mixed details. do i do the medical at the same place i do the interview and barb test? or a different location? and what does the medical involve? i would guess the same as the RAF test which was the hearing, eye sight, blood pressure, urine test and abit of proding about, but there was no 'ball groping' and no **** examination, do they really happen or is it just a myth? Thanks in Advance and sorry for any spelling mistakes ps: EDIT, i forgot to mention which job im going for, i have applied to join as an infanty soldier.