Serving as an officer in the British Army is both challenging and rewarding in equal measure. A career can be anything from 5 years to 35 years, with the opportunity to serve in many different locations (home and abroad) and in many different roles. British Army officers are trained at the world renowned and prestigious Royal Military Academy of Sandhurst and Infantry Officers do further training at the Infantry Battle School in Wales. Here they are educated and trained in the skill sets required to command an Infantry Platoon in the most demanding operations.
To be an Infantry Officer you will need to successfully complete both these demanding training courses but to be an Infantry Officer you will need to have a passion to lead, command and manage some of the best soldiers in the world.
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Soldiers in The Royal Regiment of Scotland are known as Jocks and have a reputation for their professionalism, courage, loyalty and humour. They take pride in what they do and how they do it, knowing the name of the Regiment is at stake. The Regiment thrives on the diverse nature of it's soldiers, from across the UK and the Commonwealth and is an equal opportunity employer.
Infantry soldiers perform several different roles; Driver, Physical Training Instructor, Commander, Gunner, Rifleman/Sniper, Team Medic and Musician, and the opportunity is there to have a long and rewarding career.
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