Hey guys any advice or clarification you provide would be greatly appreciated here because I can't seem to find any previous posts that are quite relevant to my situation. So currently I'm at university and have a couple more years to go before finishing. By that time I'll be 22 and I'm very interested in joining the Surface Fleet as a Warfare Officer. I would be confident in passing the required tests and meeting the standards across the board but I'm concerned that my history of depression will hinder and potentially cause me to be an unsuccessful applicant. To clarify I got into a bout of depression about 3/4 years ago now and I'll admit it was more than mild and required me to take medication and go to a bit of counselling for a few months. There were a host of contributing factors covering close family cancer issues to severe bullying and I did self-harm a bit, although nothing too serious. It's been a good few years since then and I've had absolutely no issues with it coming back and I'm very happy and progressing very well in my degree with high aspirations. But would this single episode prevent me from having a career within the Royal Navy or could there still be a chance if I explain myself fully. Thank you in advance for any advice/ answers.