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#1
Hi, new to this so sorry if i've posted this in the wrong place.

Basics i'm looking into a job in the RNR my nearest unit is .

I want to know what jobs/careers are open to me , how long training takes and if i'll ever get the chance to do an op in Afghan with the RNR.

Any help would be much appreciated! cheers
 
#4
Username said:
Hi, new to this so sorry if i've posted this in the wrong place.

Basics i'm looking into a job in the RNR my nearest unit is HMS Flying Fox (Bristol).

I want to know what jobs/careers are open to me at HMS Flying Fox, how long training takes and if i'll ever get the chance to do an op in Afghan with the RNR.

Any help would be much appreciated! cheers

p.s I'm asking on here as the next open date at Flying Fox isn't til August :(
Good chance of Afghan with sea warfare branch, training takes about two years but can be done quicker. Careers depend on whether you are officer or rating.


http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operations-and-support/royal-naval-reserve/
 

foxy3

Midshipman
#5
"Username" - You might want to try the RNR board as well.

I've seen loads of advice from others on these boards - it usually involves the words AFCO or local unit presentation evening. Possibly worth giving the boards a search.
 
#6
I looked online and next presentation eve isn't til August, spoke to AFCO today and they said just go down tonight :s ...so that's what i'll do.
 

Toucan

Lantern Swinger
#7
JonnoJonno said:
Join the TA = Afghanistan

Join the RMR = Afghanistan

Join the RNR = Remote possibility of Afghanistan

Another commitment-phobe eh?
Look.

Some people just prefer the uniform, alright?

You got a problem with that? :roll:
 
#8
Toucan said:
JonnoJonno said:
Join the TA = Afghanistan

Join the RMR = Afghanistan

Join the RNR = Remote possibility of Afghanistan

Another commitment-phobe eh?
Look.

Some people just prefer the uniform, alright?

You got a problem with that? :roll:
Don't get me wrong; I own a Navy rig as well, and I look lush in it :D
 
#9
Went to AFCO and R&R unit today and back to AFCO tommorow. Great bunch of people, really friendly and welcoming, not like the army were ;).
 

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