old and crusty slut

Discussion in 'The Fleet' started by samehead, May 20, 2006.

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  1. Not really....

    Hi
    I Am just about to turn 24 and enter the careers office to apply for a commission.

    Have a degree, and post graduate course so i have not been wasting my time.

    Is it too old, i know the careers office say no (depending on the branch). is this true in "real" life.

    Sorry for a boring post and thanks for any advise i recieve.
     
  2. Depends on what branch you're going for - usually though you need to be 26 or under on the day your new entry starts (either that or its the 1st day of the month your entry starts, i cant remember exactly)

    So if you get the ball rolling straight away you may well be ok.
     
  3. No, not at all - lots of people your age join up and actually get lucky - the older types seem to get the career course out of the way earlier as well, as by the time you're a senior Lt the appointer has forgotten your seniority, looks at your age and leapfrogs you over your younger contemporaries. Old bastards.

    Great thread title, by the way! You'll fit in just fine....
     

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