Be the one others turn to. Be responsible. Be trusted with the safety of the nation. Become a Royal Logistic Corps Officer in the British Army, and you’ll be doing something that really matters. Managing a complex supply chain and supporting fellow troops across land, sea and air, while helping to make the world a safer, better place.
The Royal Logistic Corps is the largest Corps in the Army. Specialising in anything from port operations to bomb disposal, it’s integral to every arena of operations and every military unit. In fact, it’s essential to everything the Army does. From vehicle parts and tools, to ammunition, rations and water, it maintains the Army’s capability by providing constant support to fellow soldiers.
You’ll be there to provide an essential service in peacetime and on strategic operations, from humanitarian relief to military deployment. Wherever the Army takes you, it will be your job to lead a team of technically qualified soldiers to offer support, wherever and whenever it’s needed.
What we look for in our Officer Cadets is leadership potential, a sense of purpose and the drive to do great things. With these qualities in place, we can give you the training you need to take your skills and abilities and shape them into something amazing – whether you’re fresh out of school, have a university education, are professionally qualified or already building a career.
Your Army career starts at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. You’ll learn the skills you need to become an Officer – from weapons handling to outdoor survival – to what it takes to lead your team in a range of hostile situations, anywhere in the world. Once you’ve commissioned, you’ll take charge of a team of soldiers. Then, you’ll become either a logistics generalist or you’ll specialise as an Ammunition Technical Officer, Petroleum Operator, Port and Maritime Operations Officer or Contracts Officer.
You’ll take part in Adventurous Training around the world, from skiing in the Alps to white-water rafting in Colorado. All while you’re earning a starting salary of around £32,800 (after training). You’ll also enjoy a fantastic range of benefits that come with Army life, from sports and state-of-the-art training facilities, to earning valuable professional qualifications.
Whether you’re about to embark on your degree or you’re already studying, you could benefit from an Army Undergraduate Bursary, from £6,000 - £25,000. Just show us you’ve got what it takes to join us as an Officer when you graduate.
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