Whether you’re brushing up on your jungle warfare skills in Belize or protecting elephants from poachers in Malawi, the British Army is a workplace like no other – and extraordinary work requires extraordinary people. That’s why we’re here to give you all the help and support you need to excel.
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A little stress can be a good thing – but only when it’s managed properly. Visit this page to find out how it’s done.
Mental health matters. Find out how to combat stress and improve mental resilience.
Physical fitness is the cornerstone of Army life. Get tips on staying in shape here.
Get support and advice on a range of lifestyle issues, from alcohol consumption to oral health.
The Army provides specialised support to servicewomen on a range of issues, from cervical cancer screening to pregnancy.
The British Army takes a zero-tolerance approach to substance misuse. Find out more here.
For families accompanying a Service person on a posting overseas. The Army will try to replicate the provisions that the state makes in UK.
Interested in joining the British Army from overseas? Find out everything you need to know here.
The Army recognises that dual serving parents may face some additional challenges to those where one parent is not serving.
In the British Army, you start learning from the moment you join – and you’ll continue to develop until the day you leave.
The Army Personnel Centre provides personal data and service records for Army personnel.
Discover My Benefits is a free, easy-to-use tool for service people, their families, and anyone interested in joining the armed forces.
UK law is very wide-ranging, and there are experts in different areas of the law. Learn more about what advice you can obtain here.
Whether suffering a physical or mental health injury, or diagnosed with a serious illness, the Army will support our soldiers’ recovery.
There are a wide range of leave options open to personnel.