Hi all, I am writing just to ask a bit of advice on potential career paths when joining the Navy. A little background information and what I wish to achieve out of a career in the Navy: Fluent in English and Italian with near fluency in French and Portuguese alongside broken Norwegian. Achieved BASI lvl 1 ski instructor qualification Completed DoE Silver and Gold Awards Qualified Translator Good Swimmer I have more experience driving inflatable boats than I do driving a car. Prefer being active and about rather than being sat down in an office (been doing it for too long already). When I first started looking into a career in the AFs becoming a mountain leader was the first thing that struck out to me. The obvious career path was to go Marines and work up from there, however when I went to the careers office to have a chat it came to light I would not be able to go down the RM route due to my weight being under the required limit. To bring my weight up to the required standard and keep it there without being unhealthy throughout the Marines Training I was advised would probably be unsustainable ( would probably end up dropping below the limit during training). I have made my peace with that idea. However I still do want to join the Navy regardless. I understand that there is the possibility of becoming Commando Trained via AACC, however positions on these are few and only certain individuals from certain branches are chosen based on the needs of the RN. I'm looking for advise as to, considering my background skills, what the best career path/specialisation would help me along the road to achieving ML or any other potential routes would be suitable for me. Thank you for your time and very much appreciated.