Acceptance. Knowing you can be yourself and be supported by everyone around you. That’s what life is like in the Army. Discipline, courage and commitment aren’t the only things we value, but integrity, loyalty and respect for others too. No matter who you are, whatever your walk of life, every Army Officer receives the same rewards and training opportunities. And no matter your faith, gender, race, sexuality or background – you’ll overcome every challenge with your team by your side.
As well as several defence faith and health networks which offer specialised staff support, our other support networks include:
- Army Servicewomen’s Network
- Army BAME Network
- Army LGBT+ Forum
- Army Parent’s Network
Whether it’s ensuring access to equal pay, respecting customs of your religion or supporting your family, we do our best to make sure every unit has an inclusive culture. Becoming an Army Officer is a career like no other. If you’re looking for a career full of progression and development opportunities, adventure, purpose and pride, you’ll find it as an Army Officer.