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Andover, England (UK)
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The British Army is made up of Regulars who work full time and Reservists who work in their spare time. Its primary task is to help defend the interests of the UK, which consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. This may involve service overseas as part of a ... Read more

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The British Army Chief of the General Staff Sir Peter Wall
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    Pros

    The Adventure, Responsibility, Status and holiday allowance

    Cons

    Work-life balance, lack of meritocratic opportunity

    Advice to Management

    Fast track junior officers with high potential

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The British Army Photos

The British Army photo of: Deepcut Army Camp (Photo thanks to Geograph user Ron Strutt, Some Rights Reserved)
The British Army photo of: Cragiehall from the air (Photo thanks to Geograph user Thomas Nugent, Some Rights Reserved)
The British Army photo of: Thiepval Barracks, Lisburn (Photo thanks to Geograph user Dean Molyneaux, Some Rights Reserved)
The British Army photo of: After checking the ground for IED at the side of the road after convoy had stopped
The British Army photo of: off to clean weapon in camp in Iraq
The British Army photo of: Dropped off at the Adventure training Island
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The British Army Interviews

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    I applied in-person. I interviewed at The British Army.

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    i was very nervous at first so i was't able to speak properly. when they started to ask questions i had a little confident. my mind was blank and they asked me cross question every time. it was hard to give answer without thinking.

    Interview Questions

    • why do you want to join british army?   1 Answer
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The British Army Awards & Accolades

  • Britain's Top 100 Graduate Employers, The Sunday Times (UK), 2012

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