RM Rejoin process

Discussion in 'The Corps' started by MMM, Jun 14, 2012.

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  1. MMM


    Just after some int if anyone can help. Left the corp just over 1 month ago now (4 months since last day in uniform) and am seriously considering rejoning!!! If I was to do this how long would the process take? I have spoke to a few lads who seem to think the way the corp is at the moment I could rejoin immediatly as I have only been officially outside for 1 month! Is this true? Any help would be appreciated! Cheers!
  2. Can't help you with any timings, could be worth asking your local AFCO.
    MMM, HW by any chance?
  3. MMM


    Yeah spent my last 4 years as heavy weapons and really miss it! I'm going to give the afco a bell tomorrow see what they say. Cheers anyway mate!
  4. No dramas Bud, is it still mad mental, or mild mannered nowadays?
  5. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    MMM.... Re-post this in Newbies mate, the MOD there Ninja-Stoker is an AFCO God, he'll be up to speed on the latest advice for you, I've tried moving it but my MOD prowess isn't what it should be... :)
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  8. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    If rejoining as an HW, having submitted notice to quit, providing there were no disciplinary or medical issues, it's actually possible to rejoin quite rapidly as a trained rank - if you pull your finger out & get into an AFCO PDQ after discharge.

    By the book it's "within a calendar month" but the branch manager may apply a limited degree of discretion, so don't hang around dithering.

    You'll need to roll-up with your valid passport, birth certificate, a recent pay statement, Certificate of Service/Discharge Certificate, latest SJAR & have your NHS & NI numbers to hand.

    Best of luck, log-off & get weaving...

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