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How To Pass The Army Officer Selection

Author : Richard McMunn
ISBN : 9781907558245
Genre :
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Army Officer Selection Board (AOSB) Expert advice includes insider tips on how to pass the Army Officer Selection process.

The British Army Guide

Author : Charles Heyman
ISBN : 9781844156443
Genre : History
File Size : 88.59 MB
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The British Army Pocket Guide 2008-2009 will be a comprehensive guide to the organization, equipment and tactics of today's British Army. This latest edition incorporates details of all army reorganization and regimental amalgamations plus details of major systems and equipment introduced.
Category: History

Speed Distance And Time Tests

Author : Richard McMunn
ISBN : 9781907558597
Genre : Aeronautics
File Size : 87.27 MB
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Over 450 sample speed, distance and time test questions.
Category: Aeronautics

Armed Forces Tests

Author : Richard McMunn
ISBN : 9781907558092
Genre : Great Britain
File Size : 73.71 MB
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"Expert advice on how to pass Armed Forces selection tests. Includes sample tests for the Army, Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy"--Cover.
Category: Great Britain

An Officer And A Gentlewoman

Author : Heloise Goodley
ISBN : 9781780330143
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 31.60 MB
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When Heloise Goodley ditched her City job and decided to attend officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, she had no prior military experience. On her arrival she was a complete novice: she'd never fired a rifle, she couldn't march; she couldn't make her bed; she couldn't even shine her shoes. An Officer and a Gentlewoman charts Goodley's absorbing journey through Sandhurst and on to Afghanistan and gives an insight into the array of bizarre military behaviours and customs at this esoteric and hidden institution. With wit and sensitivity Goodley details her experiences as a cadet and the painful transition from civilian to soldier. Moreover, she rejects lazy preconceptions and sheds new light on what has hitherto been a bastion of maleness - the British Army.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Official British Army Fitness Guide

Author : Sam Murphy
ISBN : 9780852651186
Genre : Physical fitness
File Size : 27.46 MB
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Developed by the Army Physical training Corps, this is the first official guide to getting as fit as a recruit in the British Army and is based on the actual exercises and activities the Army uses to train its soldiers.
Category: Physical fitness

Serve To Lead

Author : IndieBooks
ISBN : 1908041021
Genre :
File Size : 66.61 MB
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The original British Army anthology on leadership, used to train generations of officers, brings together the collected wisdom of great military leaders, tacticians and historians with the authentic voices of unknown soldiers. Moving, inspiring, amusing and thought-provoking, it teaches lessons about motivation, leadership and morale that are every bit as valuable to today's leaders and managers. Complete with a new introduction by Robin Matthews, who commanded the Light Dragoons in Iraq, on the background to 'Serve to Lead' and its relevance to his own career and experiences from Sierra Leone to Afghanistan.

The Making Of The British Army

Author : Allan Mallinson
ISBN : 9781409085812
Genre : History
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Edgehill, 1642: Surveying the disastrous scene in the aftermath of the first battle of the English Civil War, Oliver Cromwell realizes that war can no longer be made in the old, feudal way: there has to be system and discipline, and therefore - eventually - a standing professional army. From the 'New Model Army' of Cromwell's distant vision, former soldier Allan Mallinson shows us the people and events that have shaped the army we know today. How Marlborough's momentous victory at Blenheim is linked to Wellington's at Waterloo; how the desperate fight at Rorke's Drift in 1879 underpinned the heroism of the airborne forces at Arnhem in 1944; and why Montgomery's momentous victory at El Alamein mattered long after the Second World War was over. From the Army's origins at the battle of Edgehill to our current conflict in Afghanistan, this is history at its most relevant - and most dramatic.
Category: History