Join as a Reserve Officer
I'm stronger, more determined and more confident.
Army Reserve Officers command Soldiers in Army Reserve units, where they plan and deliver training, whilst providing support to the Regular Army when needed. In addition to training they may be involved in everything from helping the local community to peacekeeping missions overseas.
Reservist Officers are paid for the time they spend serving, but it's about much more than just the money. They get opportunities to travel and experience things that as a civilian simply aren't available. Plus, earn qualifications and promotions as they develop as an officer.
Most people join as a Reserve Officer between the ages of 18 and 43.