Just looking for up to date information on the role if possible whilst waiting to speak to my AFCO. Have applied as mine clearance diver however have decided I would prefer to join the FAA instead as an Aircrew officer pilot. I have looked at many previous threads however a lot date back to 2017...
I’m currently in my Phase 1 training at Raleigh, I’m on the Accelerated Apprenticeship scheme for Aircraft Engineering. My training is quite long:
- 10 weeks INT at Raleigh
- 14 weeks at Sultan
- 23 weeks at an airbase
- 51 weeks back at Sultan
- Finally a 4 week Leadership...
I have passed AIB and looking to start training this year.
During phase 1 is there watch duty in field and on ex etc?
I know this is the case for the army and thought due to being field based it might be the same
Good evening ladies and gents, hope you’re all well. I am after some info to help me with my AAS(SM) interview coming up shortly if anyone could be so kind!
I have used the search button tool but I honestly can’t seem to put all the pieces of the jigsaw together. What is the actual training...
I’ve been told that I have been selected for an accelerated apprenticeship as a submariner, which means the world to me.
I start basic training in September and I believe I’ll be up to the task, as I’m physically fit and confident enough in my own abilities to get through the 10...
Can anybody offer any insight in the training for LSO?
I know that there is an initial 10 weeks at BRNC followed by 71 weeks at HMS Raleigh. My understanding is that this is not all at HMS Raleigh- but some time spent at sea?
Any insight would be helpful, but specifically:
I just had a couple questions regarding the role of TMO and LO:
1. Are the Navy recruiting TMOs and LOs now?
2. Is it possible to do the AACC course as a LO?
3. When completing the AACC course as TMO, what would your role consist of?
3. Do TMOs get any seatime?
4. Roughly, how often do LOs...
I'm one of the RFA cadets currently training at Britannia Royal Navy College. We have 4 deck, 2 logistics and 6 marine engineering cadets in our division. If you have any questions about Dartmouth or the RFA training here, feel free to ask!
Currently waiting on my start date, as far as I am aware the intake for AA ET/ME should be around October/November (I could be wrong).
My fitness is decent and fairly clued up on my technical knowledge; just wondering if there's anything that
I should perhaps brush up on or practice before...
Hi all, I am currently waiting on a start date for the Royal Navy, I’m joining on the accelerated apprenticeship scheme (fast tracked to leading hand) and was wondering when we will start to receive the pay advertised on the website (£31,000) will this start from Raleigh? Phase 2?
I’ve asked in...
Curious to know places I can expect to travel and see, and if I’d have chance to explore where ever I may travel. And what can I expect to do as a chef, such as downtime, hours worked and personal training?
Recently applied for the Royal Navy as I had in the past but failed the test for the role In which I applied for, they then offered me a chef position and I stupidly turned it down due to some of the stories I’ve heard such as they don’t get time off and don’t get to the see world as much as the...
On April 29th I am due to start HMS Raleigh. Moving over from Northern Ireland, and with no family in England I am worried about bringing personal belongings over, and having places to store these until after finishing my time at HMS Raleigh. I am Joining as a Communications Technician (CT) and...
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If there are OC's looking to do AOP 2018, please feel free to get in touch for a chat. I know there is the pre-AOP weekend but it is always good to start getting to know people asap.
Dates have been posted to YOTOs, looks like TAO time to me.
Hey guys, a noob at this and it's a relationship Q so not sure if this belongs here so bare with me!
Just got my PRNC and Raleigh dates (July if anyone else has the same start)
I'm joining as a MA and have plans to opt into Sub service.
I have been single for over a year now and am feeling...
Just a quick question for anyone who knows about the navy UGAS. The scheme is seven years long and is split into three parts. The first three years are intensive training, the second three years are active duty, and the last year is when you qualify with your degree. I read on the website that...