Hey guys, I'm looking into my options at the moment as I want to serve in the RN, but am not sure if I want to go full time and risk not seeing my wife and child for 6-9 months of the year, or go RNR, and only miss them for a month each year (unless deployed). The RNR section on the RN website is gash, I couldn't find anything to do with branches so I'm asking on here. In RNR, are there branches as there are in RN, or do you join as a general duty reservist and learn a bit of everything? Or do you get to pick your specialisation from a (refined) list of job roles/branches? I couldn't find any info on here so just wondering if any current serving reservists or anyone in the know could help me out. Oh also is there a submariner rnr? Cheers guys.