Royal Naval Reserve

The Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) is a part-time force of civilians, who provide the Royal Navy with the additional trained personnel it needs at times of tension, humanitarian crisis, or conflict.

The RNR is made up of around 3,000 men and women from all backgrounds and walks of life, most of them have no previous military experience.

As a member of the RNR you could be giving vital logistical support to ship crews, sending detailed signal information to merchant shipping, or planning the landing of an amphibious task group.
Being a Royal Naval Reservist offers you a fantastic way of life. You’ll be financially rewarded for your commitment. You’ll become an indispensable part of the armed forces. And you’ll get the chance to see places and do things most people only dream of, with some of the best friends you’ll ever make. 

It takes dedication, ambition and enthusiasm but there is no better way to get a taste of a life without limits.

HMS Dalriada is the Royal Naval Reserve unit in Glasgow. The unit is immensely proud to continue the Royal Navy’s long maritime presence on the Clyde.

Joint training is carried out on a regular basis alongside Royal Navy and Royal Marines colleagues to ensure good integration between Regular and Reserve forces. The end result is skilled personnel trained and ready to deploy to support the Royal Navy anywhere in the world.

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