CSP

#1
Looking at the long cast for my next ship I notice there is a period of nearly 3 months marked "CSP (location tbc)".

Any idea what this stands for? Thanks
 
#8
Shagtastic said:
Spoke to me DO in collingrad but none the wiser, as I said I've not yet started the draft, just got the drafting order through.
The longcast may have changed slightly by the time you get onboard.

Quick note to yourself; the RN has a lovely way of pinging newbies for duties, so don't be suprised if your summer leave has been replaced with summer duties!

You will need to talk to your future DO or anyone you know onboard your next draft as to when and what your ship is doing. For OPSEC reasons, it can not and will not be mentioned on this site. If it says ont he cast 'to be confirmed' then chances are, like the majority of the ships company, you will need to wait to find out.
 
#9
Jenny_Dabber said:
Shagtastic said:
Spoke to me DO in collingrad but none the wiser, as I said I've not yet started the draft, just got the drafting order through.
The longcast may have changed slightly by the time you get onboard.

Quick note to yourself; the RN has a lovely way of pinging newbies for duties, so don't be suprised if your summer leave has been replaced with summer duties!

You will need to talk to your future DO or anyone you know onboard your next draft as to when and what your ship is doing. For OPSEC reasons, it can not and will not be mentioned on this site. If it says ont he cast 'to be confirmed' then chances are, like the majority of the ships company, you will need to wait to find out.
All he did was ask what CSP (no dates) stood for and entailed. The definitions are available via open source so I don't think OPSEC really comes into it.

We get assigned now, not drafted by the way!
 
#10
Chaz, I am reffering to the fact that the original poster is after information on where his ship will be and suched, this has not been made public, therefore, mentioning it on a web forum is breaking OPSEC.

As for assignments/drafts................drafting is still that, a draft, the RN has always been assigned to somewhere or another, they just called it a draft.
 
#11
Chaz, I am reffering to the fact that the original poster is after information on where his ship will be and suched, this has not been made public, therefore, mentioning it on a web forum is breaking OPSEC.

A draft is a draft at the end of the day
 

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