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Greenwich Hospital is a unique Crown Charity. The Hospital provides charitable support including annuities, sheltered housing and education to serving and retired personnel of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their dependants.

The Royal Navy andRoyal Marines Charity (RNRMC) is the principal charity to the Royal Navy.It exists to support sailors, marines and their families, for life.It has funded projects and facilities that boost morale for those who serve today. It also distributes millions of pounds annually to military charities which care for children, families and veterans of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, exists to relieve need, suffering and distress amongst the Armed Forces, veterans and their families in order to support their independence and dignity. SSAFA often acts as the casework organisation for the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust.

The Legion was founded by veterans after the First World War. A century on from the start of that conflict they still help today’s Service men and women, veterans, and their families in almost every aspect of daily life. The Legion also provides advice and information on housing and residential care and often acts as the casework organisation for the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust.

Formerly King George’s Fund for Sailors which was founded by King George V in 1917 and is the only central fund making grants to nautical charities which look after the welfare needs of seafarers and their dependants in the Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and the Fishing Fleet. Help ranges from care of elderly seafarers to financial help for those still serving who hit problems brought on by ill health, disability, homelessness, unemployment, broken homes and bereavement. Seafarers’ children also benefit with help in education.

The WRNS Benevolent Trust exists to provide relief in cases of necessity or distress amongst its members and their dependants. A member is anyone who served in the Women’s Royal Naval Service and transferred to the Royal Navy before 1 November 1993, or anyone who has served in the WRNS since 3 September 1939. The Trust helps both officers and ratings. The Trust is co-located with RNBT in Portsmouth.

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The Naval Children’s Charity provides assistance for the children of those serving or who have served in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines. The Fund is co-located with RNBT in Portsmouth.

The Not Forgotten Association is a unique national tri-service charity which provides entertainment and recreation for the benefit of the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities.

The Officers’ Association is a charity dedicated to assisting officers who have retired or are about to retire from Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. The Association was founded in 1919 and received the Royal Charter in 1921.

The Royal Naval Association was granted its Royal Charter in 1954. Established to further the efficiency and well-being of the service, preserve its traditions and encourage recruiting.

An executive agency of the Ministry of Defence intended to work in partnership with other organisations to deliver the war pensions scheme through a modernised and high quality customer focused system.

Combat Stress provides welfare support and remedial treatment to Veterans suffering from psychological injury caused by traumatic experiences in service (including PTSD).

The Federation has been set up to give Royal Navy and Royal Marine families an independent voice. They also publish the Homeport magazine.

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The Sailors Childrens Society is a maritime charity which supports families with a seafaring connection, who are in receipt of a means tested benefit and have a child under the age of 18. This includes Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleet and includes families who may be divorced, deceased or disabled.

BLESMA is a National Charity for Limbless and Ex-Service Men and Women, their dependants and Widows. The objectives of the Association are to promote the welfare of all those of either sex who have lost a limb or limbs, or one or both eyes, or the use of limbs as a result of service in any branch of Her Majesty’s Forces or Auxiliary Forces and to assist needy dependants of such service limbless. We will also help those who lose a limb after service. Today, BLESMA are aiding thousands of amputees of all ages. From those who served during WWII, to recent conflicts and peace keeping missions.

Aggies is a Christian charity dedicated to supporting Naval Service personnel and their families. Motivated by the love of God, and in close co-operation with the Naval authorities, Aggies achieves this calling by seeking to befriend and support Naval Personnel and their families, providing facilities for education and recreation and addressing other specific areas of need identified with Service life. Aggies HQ is co-located with RNBT in Portsmouth.

The WWA exists to improve the conditions of War Widows and their dependants in Great Britain. Its work encompasses not only those who have suffered bereavement from the last World War and as a result of more recent conflicts such as Korea andthe Falklands, the Gulf and Afghanistan but also those who have suffered the loss of their husband in peacetime, when his death was attributable to his service life. It maintains close links with all ex-Service organisations and the Service widows’ associations.

Since we were founded in 1839 our aim has been the same, to relieve distress among the seafaring and ex-seafaring community. Thankfully, shipwrecks are fewer but they still occur bringing tragedy in their wake, and then there are those who have left the sea, through accident, ill-health or on retirement and their dependants who are living on meagre incomes and in need of assistance.

Our remit is to help ex-Service men and women who served The Crown and are now in need. Benevolence monies are dispensed to beneficiaries through a network of ex-Service organisations across the Commonwealth.

The Forces Children’s Trust (FCT) is a charity devoted to helping dependent children that have lost a parent whilst serving with the Armed Forces. The FCT, by reason of its aims and size, has the flexibility and ability to make decisions and offer help as needed, with minimum fuss and consequent time-loss. It is able to help both an individual and a group of children in similar circumstances.

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The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust is happy to be a member of the Association of Charity Officers (ACO). The Association is the national umbrella body for benevolent charities, that is charities that provide aid and advice to individuals in need. Any charity helping individuals can join the Association. If you are looking for help and do not have eligibility for assistance from The RNBT there may still be help available from a fund in ACO membership.

COBSEO is established to represent, promote and further the interests of Service and ex-Service personnel, their spouses and other dependants, through Service Charities and by all practical, legal and proper means. This is normally achieved by exchanging and co-ordinating information between its member Service Charities and liaising with external agencies.

The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home, in West Sussex, is a registered charity (1072334) which provides long term and respite nursing care, rehabilitation and support to physically disabled ex-Servicemen and women from across the country. The facilities are designed to encourage rehabilitation, self-development and independence. They accept residents from age 18 upwards and have 60 beds for both permanent and short term respite care.

Turn2us exists to help people access the money they need that is available to them – through benefits, grants and other financial help. The website is a comprehensive resource designed to help individuals find appropriate sources of financial support, quickly and easily, based on their particular needs and circumstances.

The Forces Pension Society is an independent, not-for-profit membership funded organisation that acts as a pension watchdog for the whole military community. FPS guides its members on the technical aspects of their Armed Forces Pension, campaigns against any injustices in the policy provision or mal-administration of Armed Forces Pensions and educates the Armed Forces community on all pension matters.

The Maritime Charities Welfare Guide – There are in excess of 150 charities in the guide providing a plethora of services to RN, RM, MN, Fishing fleets and their dependants. The guide is primarily designed to assist the public, in particular SSAFA caseworkers and Social Workers, find the maritime charity best suited to help.It will provide a useful ‘in house’ search tool.

The Defence Medical Welfare Service provides 24 hour practical and emotional support to those members of the British Armed Forces who are receiving hospital care, their dependent relatives and entitled civilians, in operational areas and in static locations in the UK and overseas.

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The Royal Navy Officers’ Charity (RNOC) provides financial support and benevolence to both serving and retired officers of the Naval Service, as well as their spouses, former spouses and dependants during times of financial distress.The charity also assists with education fees via scholarships.Through this provision our aims are to provide help and practical support leading to an enhanced quality of life for our clients.

The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society is a maritime charity which provides housing, residential and nursing care to former seafarers,this includes those who are elderly, infirm or disabled, as well as their widows and dependants, from across the UK. The society’s flagship residential and nursing home, Belvedere House, also features a dementia annex providing specialist care to those suffering from the condition.

Veteran Employment Transition Support is a coalition of partners that has come together to support all veterans as they seek to find the right job. It consists of corporatesfrom all industries, military charities, the Ministry of Defence and the Career Transition Partnership. Providing one-to-one mentoring.

Help for Heroes was founded in 2007 to provide direct, practical support for wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel, Veterans (‘the blokes’) and their loved ones.

Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams in the UK and around the world.

SAIL is an advice service dedicated to all seafarers and their families across the UK. It’s run by Greenwich Citizens Advice Bureau on behalf of the Seafarers Hospital Society and funded in partnership with Seafarers UK and Greenwich Hospital.

The Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces provides independent and impartial oversight of the Service complaints system for members of the UK Armed Forces.

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Veterans NHS Mental Heath Service. Mental illness is common and can affect anyone, including serving and ex-members of the armed forces and their families.

The Veterans’ Mental Health High Intensity Service (HIS) is a self-referral service for veterans and their families experiencing a crisis or in need of urgent mental health support in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.


How many personals can you have in the Royal Navy? ›

The Royal Navy is a family of more than 30,000 highly skilled men and women.

How often are Royal Navy intakes? ›

BRNC has three intakes each year (in January, May and September). For Medical Officers and Royal Marine Officers, however, there is only one intake each year, in September, so ideally you should start your application at the beginning of the academic year in which you wish to join, or earlier.

Do Royal Marines get deployed often? ›

Members of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines deploy more frequently than personnel in other services. These deployments can be a difficult time not only for serving personnel, but for the families they leave behind.

What are the benefits of joining the Royal Navy? ›

  • A competitive monthly salary, from the moment you start training.
  • Joining bonuses for certain roles.
  • An excellent pension scheme.
  • Extra pay for extended tours.
  • An allowance for every day you spend at sea.
  • Discounts on all sorts of products and services, from holidays to high street shopping.

Who gets their own room on a navy ship? ›

On US carriers, officers at the O-5 (Commander) level will typically but not always have a one-person stateroom. This is because it's also their office in addition to being their living space and will require some privacy to conduct business. O-4s and some senior O-3s may share a two- or three-person stateroom.

How long are you away from home in the Royal Navy? ›

Although the length of your deployments may vary depending on the tasking, you're likely to be away for a maximum of four months at a time.

Is the Royal Navy recruitment test hard? ›

Is the Royal Navy recruitment test hard? Generally, the types of questions are not too difficult, but they do require good knowledge of numeracy, language, and mechanical reasoning at around the GCSE level.

Do you work 7 days a week in the Navy? ›

Sometimes depends on your command and your duty shift. In most cases no. While out at sea, typically we worked 6 days a week.

How often are you away from home in the Navy? ›

Specific underway schedules can vary widely. Normally ships will go to sea for 10 days to 2 weeks each month for training operations in preparation for deployment. Extended operations away from home port can last up to 6 to 9 months, and ships typically deploy once every 18-24 months.

What is the most elite unit in the Royal Marines? ›

42 Commando Royal Marines are one of three elite battalion sized units which make up the global punch of 3 Commando Brigade.

What time do soldiers go to bed? ›

Hitting the Sack: Lights Out. In all the branches' basic training programs, bedtime is usually 2100, or 9 p.m., except during times of special events, such as night exercises. In basic training, lights out means go to sleep. It does not mean talk to your buddies, study or write a letter home.

How many people pass Royal Marines training? ›

Each year 26,000 people apply but only around 400 actually go on to succeed. In the show, we see recruits as they prepare for the four final tests that take place over one gruelling week and must each be passed.

Is food free in the Royal Navy? ›

There's a myriad of things for when you pay/don't pay but it can be summed up as: on ship = free; ashore and on course = pay. 2) Phase 1 will take out amost £5 per day for food (I'm aware it's less, but AFPRB is pretty close to being announced).

What is the best age to join the Royal Navy? ›

Depending on the role chosen, anyone aged between 16 and 39 can join the Navy. If you're younger than 16, there is the opportunity to join the Sea Cadets. They train young teens to develop their leadership and teamwork skills, while gaining a valuable insight into life in the Royal Navy.

Do you get free food in the Navy? ›

Enlisted do not pay for food aboard ship. On shore duty, or during maintenance availability while attached to a ship, a married Enlisted sailor may receive BAS (basic allotment for subsistence.) This pays the sailor to eat on the economy. If you're single and living on the ship or in barracks, the BAS is not available.

What is the bathroom called on a Navy ship? ›

The Navy Department Library

The use of the term "head" to refer to a ship's toilet dates to at least as early as 1708, when Woodes Rogers (English privateer and Governor of the Bahamas) used the word in his book, A Cruising Voyage Around the World.

Do Navy ships have showers? ›

Maritime cruisers often take navy showers when they are not in a port with easy access to fresh water. A ten-minute shower takes as much as 230 liters (60 U.S. gal) of water, while a navy shower usually takes as little as 11 liters (3 U.S. gal); one person can save up to 56,000 liters (15,000 U.S. gal) per year.

Do Navy ships have WIFI? ›

The U.S. Navy is outfitting its ships with unclassified wireless networks that will allow sailors and marines to move around a vessel with laptops and personal digital assistants. ... The wireless access points are attached to ISNS network connections.

How long do you sleep in Navy bootcamp? ›

How much sleep do you get in Navy boot camp? Once you get into the routine, you'll get 6–7 hours sleep per night, which you'll find will be plenty enough. Occasionally, you may be assigned to a 2-hour watch, maybe from 2200-0000; 0000–0200; 0200-0400, or 0400–0600.

How is life in the Royal Navy? ›

A life in the Royal Navy is a rewarding one filled with adventure, possibilities – and job security. Whatever branch you join, you'll receive all the support you need to fulfil your ambitions, travel, and go further than you ever have...

Can you quit the Navy in boot camp? ›

Basic Training

If you have NOT been to the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and have NOT taken an Oath of Enlistment, you are free to quit the process at any time. Just because you arrive at MEPS does not mean you are fully committed with no chance of deciding not to commit after all.

What is the safest Navy job? ›

Here are the six jobs that are considered to be the “safest” in the military:
  • Administration & Support Positions.
  • Financial Management Technicians.
  • Human Resources (HR) Specialists.
  • Clothing Repair Specialists.
  • Paralegal Specialists.
  • Dental Specialists.
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What's the pass rate of the Navy? ›

Across Branches of the Military

The Navy, Army, and Marines have recruits drop out at roughly the same rate as each other, between 11 and 14 percent annually. Contrary to what many think, the goal of officers in basic training isn't just to push recruits to drop out.

How many push ups do you need to do to join the Royal Navy? ›

PRESS-UPS: 7-12 press-ups x 3 sets. SIT-UPS: 15-20 sit-ups x 3 sets.

Can you have your phone in the Navy? ›

Yes and no. While underway on submarines, you can have personal electronic devices (PEDs) a category which includes phones.

Do you get free time in the Navy? ›

In the Navy, you'll have the chance to travel, even when not embarked on a ship. With 30 paid vacation days each year, you can use this time to relax, visit your family or venture to new places. Downtime here isn't much different than in the civilian sector.

How many hours do Navy work in a day? ›

0700 to 1600 but most commands operate 24 hours a day 5 days a week but when deployed to work 12 hours on and 12 hours off 7 days a week for the most part. 9.5 hours per day with alternate Fridays off. You work on average 10-12 hours on watch and when you're not on watch you could work a regular 8 hour day.

Can you have tattoos in the Navy? ›

The best tattoo policy in the military easily belongs to the US Navy. In the Navy, you can get hand, finger, and neck tattoos with waivers. They also allow tattoos to extend past the collar line.

Do you get your phone back after basic training? ›

After recruits arrive, all cell phones are boxed up with their personal belongings and stored locally, to be returned to the recruit the day before graduation.

What's the weight limit for the Navy? ›

Navy Weight And Height Requirement

To be an applicant for the Navy, you must be between 57-80 inches tall. The weight standards are about your height and gender. For example, if you're 60 inches tall and a male, you must be 141lb maximum. If you're 70 inches and a female, you cannot weigh more than 177lb.

What do Royal Marines call each other? ›

Bootneck (boot-nek) Noun: A Bootneck is a member of the Royal Marines who epitomises the values and represents the ethos of the Corps.

What is the most badass marine unit? ›

The 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines based in Camp Pendleton boasts of its combat record that stretches back to the First World War. It is also the most decorated battalion unit in the history of the Marine Corps.

What is the toughest marine unit? ›

The Marine Raider Regiment (MRR), formerly known as the Marine Special Operations Regiment (MSOR). The Marine Raiders is a special operations force of the United States Marine Corps, which is a part of Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC).

Do male and female soldiers sleep in the same barracks? ›

Military housing varies by rank, location and family situation, but almost all new recruits typically start their military careers living on base. During Basic Training, men and women live in separate quarters known as barracks, which consist of shared bunks and bathroom facilities.

What clothes do soldiers sleep in? ›

U.S. troops are taught to sleep in a t-shirt and undies or some type of pajamas.

Is food in the military free? ›

Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) pays for the cost of a military member's meals when dining at their permanent duty station. Although BAS is meant to offset the cost of a member's meals, it doesn't cover the costs of meals for family members.

Are Royal Marines hard? ›

As the longest infantry training in NATO, it's fair to say that the Commando course is anything but basic. The course ends with the infamous 30-mile 'yomp' across Dartmoor, carrying full kit weighing 32lbs. The yomp is known for being one of the most physically challenging tests to exist in any military.

How many push ups do Royal Marines do? ›

You will be required to perform 60 continuous press-ups within 2 minutes using the correct technique. The correct technique involves keeping the body straight at all times. During this part of the Royal Marines Fitness test, you will need to lower your chest down to meet another candidate's fist.

How fast do Royal Marines have to run? ›

Then the Pre Joining Fitness Test: two 1.5-mile runs (2.4 km) on a treadmill, the first to be completed within 12 minutes 30 seconds, the second within 10 minutes and 30 seconds, with 1 minute of rest in between. Royal Marines recruits must be aged 16 to 32 (they must be in Recruit Training before their 33rd birthday).

Can you drink coffee in the Navy? ›

The US military is one of the largest consumers of coffee in the country. Coffee allows military personal to always be on the watch, and is especially helpful to those who do the night watch. The Navy has a special history with coffee. We can even thank the Navy for the term “cup of Joe”.

What time is dinner in the Navy? ›

Formal dinners generally commence at 8 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. The attire should be specified on the invitation. Generally, this is black tie and occasionally white tie.

Can you drink alcohol on Navy ships? ›

§ 700.1162 Alcoholic beverages.

(a) Except as may be authorized by the Secretary of the Navy, the intro- duction, possession or use of alcoholic beverages on board any ship, craft, air- craft, or in any vehicle of the Depart- ment of the Navy is prohibited.

What medical conditions stop you from joining the Royal Navy? ›

High blood pressure. Raynaud's disease. Respiratory disorders Asthma, wheeze or asthma symptoms or treatment within the past four years. Lung disease including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis.

How long do you stay in the Royal Marines? ›

Regulation 3 provides for terms of enlistment in the Royal Marines to be of 18 years' duration from the date of attestation or until the date of the recruit's 40th birthday, if that date is later.

What benefits do Navy people get? ›

Family/Personal, leisure, and travel benefits:

Tax-free room, board, and allowances (Basic Pay Rates, Clothing Monetary Allowances, Incentive Pays, Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay, etc.) Use of commissary and Military Exchange stores. Commissary.

What clothing is issued at Navy basic training? ›

Recruits are fitted for their dress blues and dress whites along with the Navy Service Uniform and coveralls during their third week of training. Additional body measurements are taken and all uniforms are fitted with recruits wearing their issued dress shoes, which they also receive at Second Issue.

Do you have to buy your own uniforms in the Navy? ›

Military members are provided with an initial clothing allowance when they join the military. Enlisted members also receive an annual clothing allowance to maintain current uniforms and purchase new uniform items as needed.

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How many personal are in the Navy? ›

Active Duty U.S. Navy personnel numbers from 1995 to 2020
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What are the dating rules in the Navy? ›

Per OPNAVINST 5370.2D and U.S. Navy Regulations, the Navy's policy on fraternization is clear. Personal relationships between officers and enlisted members which are unduly familiar and do not respect differences in rank and grade are prohibited and violate long-standing customs and tradition of the naval service.

How many sit ups for Royal Navy? ›

PRESS-UPS: 7-12 press-ups x 3 sets. SIT-UPS: 15-20 sit-ups x 3 sets.

How many people can be on a Navy ship? ›

They're designed to be highly networked and adaptable to emerging platforms and military operations. With a length of 684 feet, the ships carry a crew of nearly 350 sailors and can support a Marine landing force of nearly 700.

What are Navy guys called? ›

SAILOR – When capitalized "Sailor" is used to demote a Navy service member – from Seaman to Admiral. SCUTTLEBUTT – a drinking fountain in the Navy is called scuttlebutt.

Do Navy ships have WIFI? ›

The U.S. Navy is outfitting its ships with unclassified wireless networks that will allow sailors and marines to move around a vessel with laptops and personal digital assistants. ... The wireless access points are attached to ISNS network connections.

Can you have your phone on a Navy ship? ›

How fast is a US Navy submarine? Yes and no. While underway on submarines, you can have personal electronic devices (PEDs) a category which includes phones.

Can you text while in the Navy? ›

Except for the time spent in Boot Camp (if an Enlisted Sailor), your son or daughter will typically be just a phone call, text, or email away. Most of the time, Sailors have access to many forms of communication. These services are offered anywhere your son or daughter is stationed—even while at sea.

Is dating a Marine hard? ›

Conclusion. Dating a Marine is not for everyone. There are unique challenges you will face if you decide to commit to a relationship with a Marine. However, Marines have many positive contributions to relationships such as their commitment to detail and their ability to preserver even when life gets difficult.

Can 2 people in the Navy date? ›

US NAVY REGULATIONS 1165: Prohibits personal relationships between officers and enlisted personnel that are unduly familiar and do not respect the differences in grade or rank. Such relationships are prejudicial to good order and discipline and violative of service tradition.

How fast do Royal Marines have to run a mile? ›

Then the Pre Joining Fitness Test: two 1.5-mile runs (2.4 km) on a treadmill, the first to be completed within 12 minutes 30 seconds, the second within 10 minutes and 30 seconds, with 1 minute of rest in between. Royal Marines recruits must be aged 16 to 32 (they must be in Recruit Training before their 33rd birthday).

How fast do you have to run 1.5 miles in the Royal Marines? ›

The first part is a 1.5-mile run that is undertaken as part of a squad. This must be completed in a time of 12 minutes 30 seconds. The second part is a 1.5-mile run that is conducted on your own, and as a 'best effort' timed run. You must complete this as quickly as possible.

How fast do you have to run 2.4 km in the Navy? ›

For the PJFT, you'll need to complete a 2.4km run on a treadmill, where you will be expected to push yourself to produce your best effort. If you're applying to the Diver Branch you'll have to complete the run in 10 minutes 30 seconds regardless of your age.

What is the lowest rank on a ship? ›

The lowest ranking personnel in the deck department. An ordinary seaman (OS) generally helps out with work that able seamen do.

Do you get days off on a Navy ship? ›

Not really. Ships will run 'holiday routine' on Sundays and other holidays.

How long are you at sea in the Navy? ›

DEPLOYMENT. A Sailor is typically assigned to a ship for a three-year period, followed by a three-year period of shore duty. However, you will not be at sea for three years straight, as most ships spend a significant amount of time docked at their home port.


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