Hi all, I've always been interested in the Navy and saw becoming a Warfare Officer as my dream job. I finished university with a degree in forensic science last year, during which time I decided to begin the application process for joining the Navy as a Warfare Officer. I passed all of the psychometric, medical, fitness and pre AIB interview, but then as the AIB itself approached I started having real concerns. I think I rushed into the application process, without thinking if I was really suitable and ready for the job. Whilst I believe I do have the leadership qualities required, I don't think I have much leadership experience. I'm also a keen believer in the whole 'working your way to success' and really would enjoy starting from the bottom and working my way up. As such I withdrew my application.... Now I've been introduced to the working world, I've realised that being the Navy is all I'll ever really want to do.. I've been looking at alternative roles and my heart is set on joining as a Hydrographic, Meteorological & Oceanographic specialist..I've done quite a lot of research and really my next step is to go into the AFCO. One thing I can't find on the net though is the waiting time for this role.... Does anyone have any idea what I'd be looking at? Additionally, will the fact I withdrew my previous application be detrimental to my application this time round? All advise appreciated!