Soap, dohbie, galley, heads, pongo, yomp. The world is your gerbil and the dawn of a new day starts here, but can you cope with not wearing your combat smock/smoking fags/washing cam cream off before entering/using the galley?stedaz_06 said:yer probably wondering why i came out the paras and why i want to join the RMR. well i fell over and got me leg trampled over by about 20 men in training on week 7 of training, well i was in for bout 7 months and yet didnt get past week 7 this really "pissed me off" so i jacked and got out the i decided to join the TA in a welsh infantry regiment i passed phase 1 no probs and got told by me platoon commander an ex royal marine "that i should go for the marines an i would make a bloody good bootneck" so i am joinin the RMR then possibly the the regular Royal Marines coz al tell ya now "I FUCKIN LOVES IT" ha ha
any replies appreciated thanks
As Alan Partridge said "Aaahhhaaa!" I was in Pompey last week and saw an assault craft and white ensign, (turned out to be an RMR recruiting stand) as I cut through one of the university playing fields, had a good chat with one of the marines.Beowulf said:Hi, as I said previously there is an intake selection for RMR London at the end of this month, I would say that by now if you are not in the system at all then you haven't a chance on getting on it, especially if you didn't go to the induction evening this month.
Some detachments run a holding troop, attend the next induction get into HT and work on your phys. This is not gospel but I have been told by RMR City of London that the next selection weekend is not until July next year. This will be the same for all RMR London detachments as the selection weekends are all run at London HQ in Bermondsey. This may change but as it stands it is a long way away, if you find out anything else let me know but from what i have learned London is in July and Bristol is in Feb/March more likely March as they have also just run an intake.