Treacherous terrain. Challenging conditions. Unwelcoming coastlines. Enemy territory. None of it stands in our way. It can’t, because what makes us elite is getting the job done where others can’t. By land, by sea, by air. Per mare per terram.
Feel the heat of the jungle of Belize as you put your skills to the test. Learn to fight and survive in one of the world's most hostile environments. There's no knowing where your Royal Marines training will take you next.
Extreme conditions. Against the odds. When most people would turn back. That’s when you’ll come to the fore as a Royal Marines Commando. Our most elite amphibious fighting force.
How do you lead the most elite soldiers on the planet? By going where they go. They’ll follow you, because you’ll never ask them to do something you wouldn’t do yourself. That’s real leadership.
We aren’t controlled by our natural instincts. We control them. That’s how we stand when others would run. How we focus when others would be distracted. And how we succeed when others fail. It’s a state of mind.
General Purpose Machine Gun, 7.62mm Link (bullets), SA80 & Laser Light Module, Spectre 054 Gunsight, Glock Pistol, x6 Magazines, Holster, Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight & Sharpshooter Rifle.
When you join the Royal Marines, you realise that you’re capable of more than you think. This is where you can get the most out of your natural attributes and discover what’s really possible.
What makes us Royal Marines? Our ethos. It’s our DNA. The reason we have the right to pull on the Green Beret and tackle the toughest operations.
Being a Reservist doesn’t mean you’re less of a Royal Marines Commando. When you’re trained, you’re deployable. Ready for service because you’ve completed the same Commando Course as everyone else.
Some things never leave you. The desire to serve. The skills you acquired in the regular forces. Joining the Royal Marines Reserve ensures they don’t go to waste.
If you’re ready, you can become a Royal Marine. For the first time in 350 years, women can earn the coveted green beret.
Roll Mat, Trainers, Boots, Daysack, Thermal Top, Helmet, PCS (Personal Clothes System) Trousers and Shirt, Towel, Webbing, Underwear, Gore-Tex Trousers & Jacket.
Seize the opportunity to meet our Royal Marines, and take part in a number of activities throughout the day.
The environments we tackle are what define us. We go where we’re needed, and adapt to anything. Like natives, anywhere in the world.