BRNC has a close relationship with the Commando Training Centre and interaction between the two sets of Cadets is beneficial to provide each with a better understanding of each other’s roles within the Naval Service.

RM Captain Rohan Fry

Royal Marines Commando basic training is one of the longest and most arduous programmes in the world.

The Corps traces its roots back to the Duke of York and Albany's Maritime Regiment of Foot, which was formed on 28 October 1664.

Since then Marines have taken part in more battles on land and sea around the world than any other branch of the British Armed Forces; so numerous are the Corps’ battle honours they are simply represented by the famous Globe and the single honour ‘Gibraltar’.

Warfare Officer

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