Hey Guys! Very new to the site and looking forward to chatting to new people! Nice to meet everyone. I'm 24 and I've been going through the processes to join the Navy for about a year now and I've just been given my joining date - the 17th of February. I took a look through the website and decided that being a Warfare Specialist might be quite a good choice. When I took the psychometric test, I was told my score was well above what would be expected for a Warfare Specialist and they suggested I consider engineering, or something else, but being I had my heart set on the specialist role - mainly because of the varied role that I'd read about, and that it was both in and outdoors work. Since then, I've spoken to a couple of people and they've said that Warfare Specialists are generally treated as other peoples 'dog's body's' and this is something that's been concerning me and I've been tempted to change. What I was really hoping for, after this long winded post, is a little advice. How true is what I've been told, and should I consider choosing another path, as as Marine Engineering or something else? I don't really enjoy swimming, so diving stuffs is out of the question. But without actually doing the jobs, I don't really know what I'm getting into. Any comments would be very helpful!