The Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association for Greater London

GRLFCA

Army Reserve

Nationwide, the Army Reserve makes up one quarter of the strength of the British Army and routinely works side-by-side with the Regular Army. The men and women of the Army Reserve have been significantly involved with defensive, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Sierra Leone and Iraq.

Through Army Reserve training and regular exercises, a range of valuable skills are acquired which can benefit Reservists in their civilian lives. There is plenty of opportunity for overseas travel, and a wide and exciting variety of both adventure training and sport.

Army Reserve units in Greater London

There are over 40 Army Reserve units including:

  • Royal Armoured Corps
  • Royal Artillery
  • Royal Engineers – Bomb Disposal, Geographic Support and Commandos
  • Royal Signals
  • Infantry
  • Parachute Regiment
  • Special Forces
  • Royal Logistic Corps
  • Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Intelligence Corps
  • Royal Military Police

At a glance:

  • Men and women aged 18-50 
  • No previous military experience required
  • Same rates of pay as Regular counterparts and a tax-free annual bonus
  • Work alongside the regular Army
  • British or Commonwealth citizen
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