Dear A.S.S. Editor
Read the news about the guy who did the IPPT for 72 NS men and was eventaully caught. 72 NS men, and all wanted to cheat their IPPT!
The worst was that he actually managed to go from 2011 to 2014 to take the IPPT on behalf of all these people, and almost got away with it. The fact that he was eventually caught because a trainer recognised him, is more down to him being too overconfident. Maybe if the guy had refrained from doing IPPT so soon for someone else in the same camp, he would have gotten away scott free even longer!
How did he managed to cheat his way into army camps for so long? This is very alarming. He was caught because of an alert IPPT instructor, not because of screening at the gates of the army camps. The security of Army camps have to be re-looked. Maybe, if this is so easy to cheat into army camps, why not hold IPPT in public areas instead, like stadiums? Like that, no one can cheat their way into an Army camp!