Discussion in 'PRMC Dates - Discuss with others on your PRMC' started by Ninja_Stoker, Jul 4, 2014.
What do you normally get when you do them?
13 bleep test, 40 press ups, 60 sit ups, 4 pull ups. But that is without all the hard warm ups before.
Work on those pull ups!
Passed my PJFT last Tuesday, hoping to get onto a PRMC ASAP and then get onto RT this year hopefully! if all goes well on my PRMC is this a reality or do you think im looking at next year?
this may seem like a silly question but the number after the dates would that be the troop youll join when in RT?
I think that is your PRMC troop number, there is a list on the forum somewhere with the RT start dates and had the Troop numbers for them there.
No. Troop Numbers & PRMC numbers differ.
cheers so what does the prmc numbers mean?
Seen some lads on here just get a date for their PRMC in October, you're probably looking at RT start date around December / January when you pass PRMC bud x
The same as what the troop numbers mean. It's just a number given to each PRMC so you can refer to it.
It is a sequential three digit number used to identify a course rather than having to write an alternative, long-winded descriptor.
Is anyone's PRMC on the 7th of October?
My PRMC is the 30th of September. Who's going to be sharing the fun with me?
Ive just transferred from the reserves to the regulars, so ive got a chat with my careers advisor on the 22nd of September and he will book my prmc, will he book the next prmc that's running straight after?
Yeah bro I've just had my briefing for it today!! Travelling down from Newcastle
I'm assuming you will be stopping at Leeds? That's where I will be boarding mate!
I'd assume so yeah... haven't got the exact train journey but I board at 8:43... Id say there will be a squad of us on the same train like
nice i got my briefing tomorrow do i need to take anything and you two have long journeys man
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