I really want to join, but: When my interview was arranged I was told by the AFCO that my medical would be the same day, to make things easier since I have a day job. When I arrived for my interview I was told my medical was not booked. (the info wasn't volunteered, I had to ask 'do I have my medical now?' as I was being shown out. I was then told the medical would only take a matter on minutes. On arrival I was told it would take half a day, and when I said I couldn't stay that long, was spoken to like a piece of shit by some medical officer. I then got moaned at by the recruiting officer at the AFCO, for wasting a medical appointment. Now I try to contact the AFCO by email, but I'm lucky if I get a reply, and when I do, it never really answers the questions. I recently asked the AFCO about the new direct officer entry, and was basically told to find out about it elsewhere, as this AFCO don't deal with it. If this is the level of competence, I can't reassure myself, wife and kids, that the organisation is really able to protect me and them very well. I know there are risks involved in the AFs but I would like to know they have been reduced as much as possible. If rnr can't get such basic things right, how they gonna deal with the big stuff?