Life in the Royal Navy as an Officer

Joining the Royal Navy as an officer means you become part of our command team during vital missions -- both in times of conflict and peace. You'll also be responsible for the training, development, welfare, morale and ultimately the lives of your teams. You will have lots under your charge but with the training you'll get at Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) Dartmouth, you will develop all the skills you need to be an effective leader.

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