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I recently went through a medical appeals process and was successful with the appeal. Although there is a lot of information on this forum regarding appeals, there was nothing completely answering every question I had. I wanted to write a relatively long post with all of the information I wish I had when I appealed. Some of this is from my own experience and some of this is collated from the other posts I have read and questions I have had answered by various forum members (thank you @Ninja_Stoker!). I aim to approach it in a logical manner from the point of being notified that the candidate has been deemed medically unfit for service in the Royal Navy.
Step by step guide to appeal:
"Leadership is just plain you"
Field Marshal Slim
I've been asked by PM about what RN Officers do in terms of leadership and their people. The following is my thoughts after nearly two decades in the Navy; take it solely as my musings and not the irrevocable truth. However, the long term benefits of suncreen have been medically proven (especially in the Gulf), and if I could offer just one piece of advice, it would be to wear suncreeen*...
We do 3 main types of leadership in the RN.....