Whatever role you choose, from an electrician to an engineer, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way. The sense of belonging you find in the Army is next level. When you’ve trained together, side by side, learned things no classroom can teach you. When you’ve lived together and worked together, it creates a bond like no other.

A bond that lasts a lifetime, and sees you through whatever life throws at you. In the Army, it’s about having a go-getting attitude and the drive to make a difference whilst working as part of a close-knit team. We’ll give you the opportunity to travel the world, experience different cultures and gain a host of skills all whilst earning a decent salary along the way.

why visit an army careers centre?

We have 19 Army Careers Centres based in the South of the England. The Careers Centres have both serving soldiers and recruiters who have a range of expertise in Army life and the application process. You can pop-in any time or call to arrange a meeting. You will find a warm welcome, and help and advice if you need it, including:

Help with your application
Our staff will advise on how to prepare for the next step and will answer any questions along your journey. You can also bring friends and/or family along to learn more about the Army.

Talk to a serving soldier
Have a 1-2-1 sessions with a serving soldier to help understand what it takes to be Army fit. Receive advice and support on how to improve fitness levels, including run times and routes and guidance on how to lead a healthy lifestyle.

ARMY CAREER centre finder

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Meet our local soldiers

'Being in the Army has changed me for the better. It’s the best thing I’ve done.'

Taunton-born Trevor wanted a hands-on career where he could learn from experience. He attended Army Foundation College, Harrogate where he worked alongside a variety of people, all with different backgrounds and personalities. He’s now a Mounted Cavalryman guarding the Queen with his horse Templar.

Reserve centre finder

Most people serve near where they live. There are Army Reserve centres across Britain, who will welcome you in for a chat and to see what it's like.