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You give a lot, but you get a lot in return. Like the skills to stand you in good stead during your time with us — and beyond.
The Royal Navy is made up of five arms. The might of ships in the Surface Fleet, the aerial strength that is the Fleet Air Arm, the covert Submarine Service, the elite and amphibious Royal Marines, and the civilian fleet central to our effectiveness, the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
The stability of our nation depends on the freedom of the seas. Our presence is key to achieving this. Ensuring the security of home and international waters is central to the stability and prosperity of Britain and the world economy. We work with our allies and partners to help cement the relationships that our nation depends on. Maintaining a state of readiness to protect the interests of Britain and our allies. Find out more about them here. From the Vanguard-class ballistic submarine to the formidable HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, our equipment is among the best in the world.
At the heart of our naval prowess is an impressive fleet that includes destroyers, frigates, and aircraft carriers. Royal Marines are able to operate across all terrains and environments using an arsenal of highly specialised equipment and weapons. Royal Navy personnel may come from all walks of life, but they are united by one thing: Explore the Royal Navy's many current and enduring operations using the link above.
Below are just two of the current operations which you can link to directly. Joined by her task group, including HMS Monmouth, it marks the first time F stealth jets have flown from the carrier's flight deck. Saif Sareea is one of the largest international military exercises in the world.
More than 4, British sailors, soldiers and air crews will be tested in the punishing sands of the desert of Oman alongside colleagues from the host nation. It is intended to reinforce the long-standing and close military relationship between Britain and Oman, strengthening our ability to provide security and safeguard UK prosperity in a vital part of the world. Want to know about how the Navy is structured, and where you might fit?
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