The British Army's Military Engineer Reserve Regiment

75 Engineer Regiment

The British Army's Amphibious Engineers

Our sapper Reservists provide Force Support and deliver Logistic bridging capabilities globally.

FACTS & FIGURES

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Formed

1860

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ROLE

FORCE SUPPORT

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SPECIALISM

Amphibious

202 Field Squadron

Transferring into the Army Reserves Sapper Ramzan

The highlight of my career so far is completing phase 2 training.

I have been skydiving in Germany, skiing in France and conducted a battlefield tour in Poland.

I am looking forward to gaining my driving qualifications and attending a basic signalling course. My main aspiration is to go on an operational tour with my unit.

The Army offers endless opportunities and is something I have never looked back on. I have met so many great people and pushed myself out of my comfort zone. I would recommend it to anyone.

107 Field Squadron

Joining the Reserves Sapper Smith

With the skills I learned in the cadets, I always knew I wanted to join the British Army.

I am looking forward to completing the training and having my pass out parade. My family can come and watch and will be shown what we have learned and achieved during my training.

Once I have completed my Phase One Training, I am looking forward to join my Squadron and be loaded onto my Combat Engineer course. On completion, I will receive extra pay as a fully trained soldier within 75 Engineer Regiment.

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Civilian to Reservist Sapper Murray

My time within the Army Reserves has been absolutely amazing and works perfectly around work, and other commitments.

You can gain so much from being part of the Reserves and meet some amazing people who become lifelong friends.

It's not all work there’s some great social events, and also Adventure Training where you can gain qualifications not only to use within the Army but also in everyday life.

Locations

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