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The Royal Navy is Britain’s Maritime Armed Force, protecting our nation’s interests around the globe. We operate in some of the world’s most high impact situations, and technology is at the heart of everything we do. Read more »

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The first permanent administration for the Navy via Letters Patent was in 1546.
Royal Navy ships operate with many countries across the Middle East.
Devonport is the largest Royal Naval base in Western Europe.
The type 45 destroyer has enough electrical cabling to stretch the length of the M25 three times.
Receive a £27,000 joining bonus.
The reactor in the Royal Navy's latest Astute class submarines is fuelled for the life of the vessel.
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Weapon Engineer

"During my short time in the RN I have really developed as a person, I have grown in confidence, developed as an engineer, learnt significant leadership skills and met people who I will stay friends with for life."

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Training Management

"No two days are the same in my job, and that was the most appealing thing to me about being a TM."

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New wildcat aircraft drops in on HMS Dragon

Pilot Lt Dave Neyland and Flight Observer Lt Sammy Haynes brought Wildcat ZZ377 safely on to Portsmouth-based warship as she ploughed through the Irish Sea following a visit to Liverpool. Wildcat is currently undergoing extensive trials with 700W Naval Air Squadron, which has been formed especially to help introduce the helicopter into service. As part of those trials, the aircraft has been working at the MOD’s aerial range in Cardigan Bay. From next year, Wildcat will begin to...

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New helicopter surveillance system to protect Royal Navy aircraft...

Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin has today announced a £269 million deal for a new cutting-edge helicopter-borne surveillance system designed to protect Royal Navy ships, including the new Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers. The deal with Lockheed Martin will see the start of manufacturing on the new Crowsnest system. It will act as the eyes and ears for the Royal Navy’s ships, providing long range air, maritime and land detection and tracking capability....

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