Armed Forces

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Army Reserves

With a commitment of as little as 19 days per year you can fit more adventure into your life in the Army Reserve.
About the Army Reserve

The Army Reserve is the largest of the Reserve Forces. The Army Reserve provides support to the Regular Army at home and overseas, and throughout its history almost every major operation has seen reservists operate alongside their Regular counterparts.

Army Reserve Soldiers come from all walks of life and work part-time as soldiers for the British Army alongside full-time Regular soldiers.

Regular Reservists are soldiers who have left the Regular army but are recalled in times of need to come back and join operations alongside Regular soldiers.

Army Reserve soldiers (Reservists) get involved in everything that the Regular Army does - from combat to peacekeeping and humanitarian work. They are given the opportunity to learn trade skills, and can take advantage of the opportunities that Regular soldiers have too - like adventurous training. They are paid for the time they spend.

The difference is that Reservists are not full-time soldiers. Many Reservists have a day job.

What do the Army Reserves do?
Why join the Army Reserve
Your commitment
How you're rewarded
Who can join
Local or national
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