I have my Aircrewman selection interview coming up and I am confident the 5 topics that are given in the email they send out, however, I am slightly anxious as to how in-depth I need to know the actual Fleet Air Arm Aircrewman background knowledge. For example, how in-depth do I need to know the training that I would carry out or is this enough: 1.) Basic training at HMS Raleigh for 10 weeks to develop my self-discipline, teamwork and how to overcome problems and also how to fire and maintain the SA80 rifle. 2.) After this, flying training is carried out at RAF Shawbury for 40 weeks and I will be filtered to do appropriate specialist training either as an Ant-Submarine or Commando Aircrewman. This will involve flying in helicopters in airborne environments. Anti Submarine training is conducted at RNAS Culdrose in Cornwall for 16 months and commando training is taken at RNAS yeovilton for 7 months. 3.) On completion you will be selected a Naval Air Squadron relevant to your training. ... Also...how in-depth am I required to know background knowledge? so know what helicopters can land on what ships? all of the naval air squadrons? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sergei.