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Put your nursing qualifications to great use in the Royal Navy. Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS) provide medical support to Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel on shore and at sea, in the UK and around the world. At sea, you'll be posted to the 100-bed Primary Casualty Receiving Facility on board RFA Argus. You may train as part of a Surgical Team on ships and on land. In peacetime, you will work in MOD hospital units around the UK and overseas. During your career you'll have the opportunity to undertake funded specialist courses in areas such as Intensive Care, Operating Theatres, Emergency Medicine, Orthopaedics, Primary Care and Mental Health. Your will start your career as an Able Rate and if you work hard, you can quickly rise through the ranks. With some experience and training, you could be promoted to Leading Hand and you could even become a Commissioned Officer. Throughout your career, we'll help you succeed with plenty of encouragement and opportunities for training.