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UKSF Reserve

Discussion in 'RMR Section and RMR Selection' started by GreenNugget, Oct 21, 2019.

  1. Johnny_Anonie

    Johnny_Anonie Moderator

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    I’d suggest nods have enough on their plate. But trained racks, yes.


    Special Forces are a significant force multiplier and can operate ahead of the deployment of conventional forces and in depth. This will continue to appeal to many I am sure.
     
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  2. kirbymorgan17

    kirbymorgan17 Active Member

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    a very insightful post.i would very much welcome all and any information in regard the AACC. in particular the course structure,design,intensity,duration,undertaken to become a commando,if it differs in anyway from the royal marines commando tests.
     
  3. Reserve

    Reserve Royal Marines Commando

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    CONTACT
    For more information on how to join UK Special Forces (Reserve):

    21 SAS (Reserve)


    TELEPHONE
    0800 587 2825

    EMAIL
    21SAS-recruiting@mod.gov.uk

    23 SAS (Reserve)


    TELEPHONE
    0800 0285650

    EMAIL
    23SAS-recruiting@mod.gov.uk

    63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron

    TELEPHONE
    0800 163 925

    EMAIL
    63SigSqn-Recruiting@mod.gov.uk

    Special Boat Service (R)

    Contact details available to serving regulars or reserves. Log onto the intranet and search for Special Forces Selection and follow the links for SBS (R).

    If you are a Regular and have signed off you will need to join a Reserve Unit in order to attempt Selection.