Are you a leader? Can you command respect? Look after the morale and lives of the men and women under your charge? And ensure the success of the mission? If the answer is yes, you could have what it takes to be a Royal Navy Officer.
As an Air Traffic Control Officer, you’ll head up the team responsible for maintaining the safe flow of air traffic.
As an Observer you are responsible for the tactical employment, sensors, mission and weapon systems of the aircraft – you’ll have one of the most demanding jobs in aviation.
A pilot’s job is to fly aircraft or helicopters from aircraft carriers, assault ships, frigates, destroyers and shore stations.
The Royal Navy is a team. And the Ratings are the trained professionals ensuring the success of every single mission. No matter the weather, the conditions, or demands of the job.
You’ll be a vital member of a helicopter's crew, undertaking many different mission profiles.
As an Aircraft Handler you’re in charge of safety all the time the aircraft is on the deck or ground. Your main task? Making sure they’re ready for action, no matter what the conditions.
You’re responsible for all aspects of aviation-related survival equipment. This includes both the maintenance and instructions in its use for aircrew and passengers.