Hello all, I was looking up the Fishery Protection Squadron of the Royal Navy and I think I would be very interested in getting into this. But I don't know a lot about how one would actually get on this squadron, would you have to join as an able seaman and then apply or are there vacancies every now and again. I thought about joining the Royal Marines before but went off the idea because being a fisheries officer is what I really love doing and I didn't think an infantry role would really help exel my career as a fisheries officer after serving time in the RM. I'm very fit, not too far of RM standards. I always had an interest in the Navy, I'm from Ireland which could restrict my from joining. I'm also a little on the old side as I'll soon be 23, and I know that waiting lists are very long for the RN I've heard up to three years. So maybe this could be wishful thinking of me to think I might be able to get involved in this Squadron. I should be contacting the AFCO but I thought I'd but this out here in the hope someone might have some experience in this role or knows something about it. I think this would be perfect for me. I'd appreciate any replies, thanks for reading. Munro.