sounds interesting, who does it? and why? as far as i know medics and some engineers can do it but why dont they just join the marines? can any other career paths do this course? anywho... yeh anyone who can offer some info please do
Not strictly true - the new DIN allows people to do it for 'personal development'. You are last on the loading priority, but there are generally a few spaces available on each course.
However, you do need to convince your Career Manager that you need to do an 11 week course just for kicks. It 's not impossible, but don't bank on it. Passing the AACC will not see you in Helmand conducting a foot patrol, just in case you were wondering
Has the role of the marins changed over the years? I remember they used to have to be quite fit, but looking at the standards of the comando cours its obvviosuly been watered down now and are they just like normal soldiers now?