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Skills and Spcialisations in the Royal Navy
Project Firefly is an NPT(Reserves) led initiative and an important work strand in supporting the manning requirements laid down in the Future Reserve Forces 2020 (FR20) white paper.

The projects aims include the creation of a "Seamless Transfer" scheme from Regular to Reserves, for Service leavers (SL); and an engagement campaign to promote the Transfer Scheme and raise the profile of the Maritime Reserves to the Regular and ex-regular Naval Communities.
The Surface Fleet is one of the world's most impressive naval powers, made up of aircraft carriers, destroyers and frigates.

As part of the Royal Navy Surface Fleet you'll be key to our operational effectiveness around the globe – in times of conflict or humanitarian emergency.
The Fleet Air Arm is the Royal Navy’s aviation branch. It’s all about effective air power and support, both from the sea and shore bases no matter what the weather conditions. It’s a demanding and challenging job but one of the most exciting ones that the Royal Navy has to offer.
When you're coordinating the movements and people behind a global service the size of a city, nothing can be left to chance. When it's your job, every action needs to be considered and planned for. Whether it's the detailed care of politically influential VIPs, or the precise moment highly dangerous weaponry is delivered, Logistics is the backbone of our Royal Navy.
More than any other branch of the Royal Navy, joining the Submarine Service means becoming part of a professional, highly-trained and unique team. Why? Because the service works like no other - a submarine crew needs to be ready at a moment's notice to undertake highly classified operations around the world, from tracking aircraft, ships and submarines to maintaining our nuclear deterrent.
Explore what it means to be a Royal Navy Engineer, and how you can build the future you want in engineering.
Welcome to the sharp end of the Royal Navy. Joining the warfare branch puts you at the heart of the action – whether in times of combat or peacetime. Warfare jobs are some of the most challenging in the Royal Navy. But they're also some of the most rewarding.
Medical care doesn't get more hands on – or exciting – than this.

When you join the medical branch of the Royal Navy you will be tested in a way you could never have in a civilian medical job. Because sometimes you'll have to practise in extraordinary circumstances. And you'll learn things you couldn't learn any other way.
The Royal Navy is a tight knit community. And as its chaplain your ‘parish’ will be a group of ordinary people doing everyday jobs in extraordinary circumstances and places. Your role gives you the remarkable privilege of being friend and adviser to all – regardless of rank.
Welcome to the Royal Marines Band Service. Where you can combine your musical talent with a life of action and camaraderie.

Throughout your career with the Royal Marines Band Service you will be playing at a consistently high level – for heads of state, for royalty and foreign dignitaries. As well as taking part in our world famous marching band.
erving with the Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) is a unique way of life that attracts people from all backgrounds. For some it's a chance to develop skills, knowledge and personal qualities that help in their civilian work. For others it's an opportunity to meet friends, stay fit and travel. Whatever your reason for joining, the RNR will support you with excellent training and benefits.
When you’re looking for a challenge that pushes you to your limits, you couldn’t do better than completing the world’s toughest military training – and earning that coveted green beret.