ARMY RESERVE

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The Army Reserve provides support to the regular (full-time) Army at home and overseas. Over the next few years the role of the Army Reserve will be expanded and they will work even more closely with the rest of the Army. This means that there will be even more opportunities for those who want to enjoy the challenges that come with being a Reservist.

The Army Reserve provides highly trained soldiers who can work alongside the regular full-time soldiers on missions in the UK and overseas. It also offers people who have specialist skills, like medics and engineers, a range of exciting opportunities to use them in new ways.

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There are a number of Army Reserve units in the East Midlands.  Click here to find your nearest unit in the East Midlands.

Below you can hear what it is like to be a Reservist by watching some of our Reservist interviews.

It also offers people who have specialist skills, like medics and engineers, a range of exciting opportunities to use them in new ways. 

About the role: As a Communication Logistic Specialist you are responsible for the delivery of the Army’s communications infrastructure.

You drive large trucks and forklifts and use advanced computer systems to obtain, maintain and issue a huge range of technical kit.

To learn more about roles available in the Army Reserve visit: www.army.mod.uk

You drive large trucks and forklifts and use advanced computer systems. 

About the role: You direct and control transporter vehicles at ports, airfields and railway terminals.

You help keep troops, vehicles and supplies moving safely, combining the skills of manager and diplomat.

Gaining trade qualifications along the way could open up job opportunities in the civilian world later in life.

To learn more about roles available in the Army Reserve visit: www.army.mod.uk

You help keep troops, vehicles and supplies moving safely. 

About the role: You use specialist skills in combat zones around the world. You analyse intercepted communications and advise Commanders on the culture of the country where you’re working. You might talk to local people or prisoners of war to obtain vital information on the enemy’s plans.

To learn more about roles available in the Army Reserve visit: www.army.mod.uk

You analyse intercepted communications and advise Commanders. 

About the role: In this critical role you’re in charge of provisions in Army stores around the world. You control the flow of spare parts and ammo for all the Army’s armoured vehicles. You’re also an expert in warehouse management and stock-room software. Duties include issuing, receipt, storage and maintenance of equipment, food and fuel.

To learn more about roles available in the Army Reserve visit: www.army.mod.uk

You control the flow of spare parts and ammo for all the Army’s armoured vehicles.