The Royal Naval Reserve is a part-time force of civilian volunteers who provide extra support in times of tension, humanitarian crisis or conflict. To be a Royal Naval Reservist you need to be just as fit as the regulars, meet the same academic requirements, wear the same uniform, and be deployed for active service when needed. You get the best of both worlds by being able to keep your civilian job while getting paid extra for your naval duties.
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Could You be a Royal Naval Reservist?
For most people, the demands of a job and family life are enough. However, if you have ambitions that go beyond the everyday and you want to push yourself beyond your civilian job, then becoming a Royal Naval Reservist could be perfect for you.
Is the Royal Naval Reserve Right for You?
Serving in the Royal Naval Reserve is a unique way of life that attracts people from all backgrounds. It could act as a stepping stone to a Royal Navy career, or your chance to develop skills, knowledge and personal qualities that will help you in your civilian work.
As well as the great monetary rewards, you’ll experience action and adventure, and develop new friendships that will last a lifetime. If that sounds good to you, read on to discover how you could be part of it.
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