THE BRITISH ARMY'S PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
The Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) provides engineering support to maintain and repair the vast array of British Army equipment. They will be found wherever the Army is operating, at home or overseas. The technical training our soldiers’ receive gives them the confidence to tackle any engineering problem. We are professional, resourceful and resilient, and we strive to keep fit equipment in the hands of the user; to keep the punch in the Army’s fist!
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What we do
We work with modern tools and technologies to care for all of the Army's equipment; tanks, helicopters, vehicles, artillery and weapons systems, engineer plant, generators and more.
Our people make engineering decisions on a daily basis that lead to the success of the mission, and we do this in the most austere environments, under the most challenging conditions.
We invest in our people by giving them the best military and technical training, by supporting their personal and professional development, enriching their lives with challenge, adventure and camaraderie, and supporting their physical and mental wellbeing.
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Equipment REME work on
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