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Pride

As a Royal Marine, you can feel real pride in the job you do. Earning your green beret in the first place takes more than most people have to give, and you’ll have accomplished more in a few years than many do in a lifetime. And it’s not just the pride you feel. Your friends and family will see you at the passing out parade and feel immense pride on your behalf. This is a job where respect isn’t just a possibility – it’s guaranteed.

 Here's what some of our people think about life in the Royal Marines:

JT, 27
Royal Marines Commando

To be successful where so many have failed and to join such an elite fighting force is a great feeling.

Nick, 27
Royal Marines Commando

Training teaches you to be humble. It’s the Royal Marines mentality to get the job done without any fuss

Jim, 29
Royal Marines Commando Officer

Being part of such an elite force is something that pushes you on every day. People look up to us, so we have to set a high standard.

Andy, 32
Royal Marines Commando Officer

The Royal Marines has an incredible history, and to follow on in those traditions is a real honour

Mike, 24
Royal Marines Commando

My flashes and green beret are a constant reminder of all the hardships and achievements that I experienced in training.

Ben, 23
Royal Marines Commando Officer

It’s an honour and privilege to wear the green beret.