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Join The Royal Welsh

The Royal Welsh can offer a very rewarding, exciting and challenging career. The opportunities to travel and for personal and professional development are vast. We have vacancies now and would like to hear from anyone who thinks they have what it takes to join the Regiment.

Soldier careers

Join the Royal Welsh as a soldierFew Army jobs can match the sheer adventure and excitement that comes with being an Infantry soldier in the Royal Welsh. Whether on operations or exercise, peacekeeping or humanitarian work, there will be few days where you won't feel the thrill of pushing yourself to the absolute limit and fulfilling a vital role.

You'll receive the best military training on the planet to give you the know-how to face any situation, be it on patrol in Afghanistan or abseiling through the jungles of Belize.

To join the Royal Welsh visit your local Army careers office and ask to speak to a Royal Welsh recruiter, or call the Recruiting Support Team on - 02920 781229.

We can even pick you up and take you to the careers office if you wish or if you would like to have a look at life in the Regiment before you commit you can attend one of our totally free Regimental Insight Courses.

Officer careers

Join the Royal Welsh as an officerLife in the Royal Welsh as an Officer offers challenges and opportunities you will not find anywhere else. After completing your officer training at Sandhurst, your first challenge will be commanding a platoon of Royal Welsh soldiers.

By their Welsh character and traditions, the Royal Welsh soldiers and officers are a tight knit family group and you will become part of a unique Regiment with a long distinguished history and links to towns and villages all over Wales.

Commanding Royal Welsh soldiers is a privilege - they deserve only the best.

If you are interested in becoming an Officer and being in charge of a Platoon of 32 men visit your local Army careers office for further information.

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