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Section 01: Recruits Policy

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(This post was last modified: 23-04-2019, 12:32 AM by Capt. A. Yates. Edited 3 times in total.)

Section 1: Recruit and Aircraftman Policy

1-1. Overview
1-2. Application Process
1-3. Phase 1 Training

1-1. Overview

All Recruits including Aircraftman follow a highly structured training program to become members of the 4th Infantry Brigade. Upon a successful application, both infantryman and aircraftman will be transferred into our Infantry Training Center and must complete Phase 1 training within 14 days of a successful application. This will ensure all new recruits and aircraftman have basic knowledge and skills necessary to become a members of the 4th Infantry Brigade. Our Phase 1 ensures that both Infantryman and Aircraftman are able to perform to the basic standards the 4th Infantry Brigade requires. This will then enable then to join a infantry section or commence Defense Technical Training (DTT).

Recruits and Aircraftman are welcome to attend an official night within the Infantry and assigned by Company HQ to see if they will enjoy their time within the 4th Infantry Brigade.

Phase 1 must be completed within 14 days of the Recruit or Aircraftman being successful at the  application stage. Failure to complete Phase 1 will result in the Recruit or Aircraftman being moved to registered member.

The minimum age to apply to the 4th Infantry Brigade is 15 however the Joint Helicopter Command has a minimum age of 17 but Company HQ reserve the right to make exceptions based on a formal interview with a representative of Joint Helicopter Command HQ or the Senior ranking member from Joint Helicopter Command.

The minimum age of 15 cannot be waived and all applicants found providing a false date of birth will be removed effective immediately.

1-2. Application Process

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the 4th Infantry Brigade must submit an application via our forums. This can be done using the “Join Us” button on the Navigation Bar at the top of this webpage. After your application has been correctly completed and submitted, the following will occur:
  • The application is received by the J1 Office (Personnel and Manpower).
  • The application is reviewed within 24 hours.

  • If the application is accepted the applicant is invited to attend an interview OR the application is rejected with a reason that will be listed within the applicant’s application.

  • If the application has been accepted and the applicant has been invited to attend an interview, the applicant will connect to the 4th Infantry Brigade TeamSpeak under the name listed in the applicant’s application and move to the “Looking For A Recruiter” channel.

  • A formal interview will last between 10-30 minutes. This allows the applicant to learn more about the 4th Infantry Brigade, and for us to find out more about the applicant.

  • If the applicant’s interview is successful, the applicant will then be assigned as a ‘Recruit’ or ‘Aircraftman’ in the Infantry Training Center, given tags extended TeamSpeak access and additional access to the 4th Infantry Brigade forums.

1-3. Phase 1 and Defense Technical Training

Phase 1 Training are hosted on Server 2 every Tuesday at 1900 GMT and last approximately 3 hours. It is the Recruit or Aircraftman responsibility to notify a member of the Recruiter Team indicated by their TeamSpeak tag (J1 - Recruiter), if they cannot make the training scheduled for phase 1, they must post within 1 hour of the course commencing. The Recruit or Aircraftman must then arrange or sign up to the next phase 1. J7 can arrange a Phase 1 on a separate day for those who are unable to attend on Tuesday however this is at the Head of J7’s discretion.

It is mandatory for Recruits and Aircraftman to reply all respective training threads for their Phase 1 Training, where they must give notification whether they are attending or not (1 hour notice). Failing to do this 2 times will result in a discharge to Registered member whether the 14 days have passed or not.

Upon successful completion of Phase 1, the Recruit or Aircraftman will be promoted to Private or an equivalent rank within the 4th Infantry Brigade and assigned to a section, detachment or squadron.

For Aircraftman, they will remain within No. 22 (Training) Group until they have completed both the Phase 1 and Defence Technical Training (DTT). Phase 1 must be completed within 14 days of a successful application as as mentioned in Section 1-1. Defence Technical Training (DTT) must then be completed within 14 days of the Aircraftman’s completion of Phase 1. JHC Training Staff will arrange a time and date for DTT to be ran within the allotted time frame of 14 days as mentioned above.

The Private’s or Aircraftman’s choice of where they wish to be assigned shall be taken into consideration but ultimately will be placed into sections or detachments listed under Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) at the Officer Commanding (OC) or Headquarters (HQ) discretion as referenced in Section 2-8.

The completion of Phase 1 Training and/or Defence Technical Training are required to attend all official Operations, Home Rotation & Patrol nights however Recruits and Aircraftman are welcome to attend an official night within the Infantry and assigned by Company HQ to see if they will enjoy their time within the 4th Infantry Brigade.

Captain. P. Siddy
Joint Helicopter Command
Army Air Corps, 3 Regiment, 662 Squadron

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