Pilot Officer

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by Eul0gy, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. Hey guys

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me if there is any difference between joining as a RM officer pilot and a RN officer pilot.

    Also it says you need 140 ucas points, I have a HNC does would that count towards those points.

    And does anyone know what the navy's policy on Dyslexia and would it limit me in terms of what roles the navy would allow me to do?
  2. This document lists what qualifications are eligable for UCAS points.
  3. cool thought that , but somethings need to be ucas points at high school level just checking
  4. I believe you cannot join the RM direct as a pilot - you have to joj as an RM officer and sub-specialise later. You can however, join the RN direct as aircrew, either pilot or observer.

    The place to ask all the difficult questions is your local AFCO.

    Safe bet? Direct entry as RN aircrew....honest.
  5. Absolutely right!
  6. ah well no matter been told that even after finishing my degree i couldn't join up because i don't have 3 highers for high school

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