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About The Army

Our Purpose 

The biggest team you’ll ever join. The most important job you’ll ever do. A place to realise your potential – and make a real difference in the world. From preventing terrorism to providing humanitarian aid to people in need, the British Army is driven to make the world a safer, better place.

At the heart of everything we do are our Officers, making split-second decisions in critical situations, often in demanding conditions. They command some of the best soldiers in the world, setting a benchmark for success and supporting their team to overcome any challenge.

Where Leaders Belong 

Leading from the front. Putting your team first. Doing something that really matters. For everyone that knows they want more from their career than the average nine-to-five can offer, there’s another option; becoming a British Army Officer.

Our Officers provide the Army with the leadership and direction we need to overcome pressing challenges in the UK and across the globe. There’s no better feeling than earning the trust of their team and empowering them to be the best they can be – and there’s no bigger reward than having the purpose to make the world a safer, better place.

What You Can Do 

Always leading from the front, whether on the front line, on land, sea or in the air, in a combat role, in a supporting role or working in a headquarters. There are a number of different Officer roles in the Army and each one plays a vital part in our success, at home and overseas.

With or without a degree, there’s opportunity for you here: if you’ve the potential, drive and determination, we’ll provide you with all the training you need to lead some of the best soldiers in the world.

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