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AOSB

The Army Officer Selection Board (AOSB) is based at Leighton House, Westbury, Wiltshire. Its purpose is to select potential Army Officers candidates for a commission in the Regular Army and Territorial Army. Successful candidates will go on to train at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS). The selection process is demanding and and is designed to establish whether you have the potential to become an Army Officer.

Click on a link below to find out more about the AOSB Briefing, Main Board, the Tests and Assessments and How to deal with failure.

AOSB Briefing: Find out how to make the right impression from the moment you turn up at AOSB. The Army is a very traditional and archaic organisation. Here I will explain how you need to present yourself and achieve success. Read more...

Main Board: Find out how to make the right impression from the moment you turn up at AOSB. The Army is a very traditional and archaic organisation. Here I will explain how you need to present yourself and achieve success. Read more...

Tests & Assessments: Find out how to make the right impression from the moment you turn up at AOSB. The Army is a very traditional and archaic organisation. Here I will explain how you need to present yourself and achieve success. Read more...

Dealing with Failure: Find out how to make the right impression from the moment you turn up at AOSB. The Army is a very traditional and archaic organisation. Here I will explain how you need to present yourself and achieve success. Read more...