South African Applicant Help

TTG-SD

Newbie
Hi, I’m currently applying for a the Royal Marines as a commonwealth applicant. I have been applying since the beginning of the year. I heard that the Royal Navy/ Royal Marines sometimes come to South Africa and conduct interviews as well as the PJFT to applicants from South Africa, even coming earlier this year in March. I reside in Swaziland/Eswatini which while geographically located within South Africa is not technically considered part of South Africa. So if the Marines came here I would not be considered for the interviews and physical tests they do. Basically if there are any applicants from South Africa, could they please give me a heads up when the Marines are back in town for the PJFT. Thanks
 

Dusty70

War Hero
'could they please give me a heads up when the Marines are back in town' - spot the Brown and Green death machines before they get you - you'll be lucky mate
 
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