Recruitment into the RNR Intelligence Specialisation

Discussion in 'Royal Naval Reserve (RNR)' started by HMS_FERRET_RECRUITMENT, Jul 29, 2008.

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  1. All serving RNR personnel with an interest in joining the Intelligence Specialisation should read CMRTM29-08 'ENTRY INTO THE RNR INTELLIGENCE SPECIALISATION, EMPLOYMENT AND CAREER MANAGMENT' dated 23 Jul 08.

    This is an unclassified document which has already been distributed on email lists. It has also been mentioned in some unit Daily Orders and there are no OPSEC implications to its being mentioned here. Please PM this account if you have difficulties getting hold of a copy.

    If you are not yet in the RNR then we cannot forward this document on to you at present. We intend to provide further information about the role of the Intelligence Branch and recruitment though in the near future.

    This account has been created to pass on messages relating to the recruitment into the RNR Intelligence Specialisation. Moderators are aware of the accounts existence and the credentials of the poster.
  2. Surely the RNR has a better way of advertising this type of thing than putting it on a public internet forum? Ever heard of email distribution lists?
  3. Angrydoc - The internet mailing lists have been used - however we would like to promulgate this as widely as possible. RR increasingly functions as an informal means of information dissemination to a very wide number of RNR personnel. Given that it is summer leave, and that anyone wishing to apply for the first assessment weekend will need to do so shortly, it makes perfect sense to disseminate this information as widely as possible.
  4. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    I don't think the suggestion was serious, in fact I think angrydoc was being a little bit naughty :evil2: in suggesting email lists - there was some recent discussion on the RNR forum about the rights and wrongs of the RNR using personal email addresses for official or semi-official communications channels that managed to inflame passions and polarise opinion in a manner completely out of proportion to the importance of the topic being discussed!

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