Ok so the mile and half twice has gone then strange thought they would keep that oneA series of circuit style exercises including leopard crawls, carries & drags, where you will be pushed to the limit and have the option to quit or crack-on, regardless of what your brain is telling you to do.
Also what does the four mile march consist of will it be done at speed with full kit ect.
I'll start doing 5.5 mile runs then followed by a small circuit I've been training for a PRMC so will have to focus more on endurance then speed. Anybody got advice on a better way to prepare for this one.It's a march back with webbing, rifle and daysack. The speed picks up towards the last mile, but it's nothing to worry about. The determination test occurs as soon as you return to camp, so don't expect to be fresh when you do it.
I believe you are 'binned'. Happy to be corrected, but I was told Hunter is not a possibility until at least week 5 of phase 1. So after starting ROP, an injury in the first 9 weeks results in medical discharge.What is the process with recruits who get injured on ROP that isnt a pre existing injury, do lads get binned because supposedly it's only an interview or does the corps have a duty of care over them.
The PMs I have received on this topic since ROPs began in 2020 suggest that each individual case is clinically assessed. Nobody gets arbitrarily "binned".What is the process with recruits who get injured on ROP that isnt a pre existing injury, do lads get binned because supposedly it's only an interview or does the corps have a duty of care over them.