This is my first post on here - I have been looking around the forum and I think that this is the right place to ask for some advice. Some background: my daughter went to BRNC last year but, due to circumstances, she decided to leave before completing the course. She submitted her request and after several meetings it was accepted. Over the past year she has come to realise (as everyone tried to tell her) that this was the wrong decision. We have had many discussions about the situation and one real option is to re-apply to join the Navy in the same branch etc. She understands that the whole process will have to be followed and she is fairly confident that she will acheive the same AIB pass as last time, maybe even exceed it. Obviously she would be open to selection like everyone else with no guarantees. So my question is this: what would be the view of the Navy / AIB on the situation i.e. she joined and then decided to leave? As I see it there are two ways it could go: 1 - they say thank you but no - you had your chance and you blew it. We are not interested. 2 - she is able to go through the process with everyone else and answer some awkward questions if she gets to the AIB stage but she is considred on a level field along with everyone else? I expect there to be a number of "alternative" answers to this but i would hope that someone who understands how this works will be able to shed some light on the situation. As for why I am doing this and not my daughter - she has never used this forum and I wanted to have a view of how she could progress before we talked about it next weekend when she comes to visit as she works & lives in the NW. Thanks in advance.