If you want to become an RAF Officer, you will need to undertake a tough and challenging OASC, which includes a series of tests, assessments, tasks and interviews. This blog will aim to provide you with essential tips, help and resources for passing your RAF OASC, which will take place at RAF Cranwell.
The RAF are currently recruiting for RAF Regiment Gunners as either full-time regulars or reservists.
Your role as an RAF Regiment Gunner is to be a specialist in combat tactics, weapons and fieldcraft, and also RAF force protection operations.
The role of an RAF Intelligence Analyst is critical to the overall success of Royal Air Force Operations. You will be responsible for using advanced and cutting edge technologies to gather and disseminate information that is then used to provide the RAF with essential intelligence designed to enhanced worldwide operations.
Do you want to join the Royal Air Force as a Commonwealth citizen? Check out this guide to joining the RAF is you’re from a Commonwealth country. As of November 2018, the British Armed Forces have increased the number of Commonwealth citizens that they will accept. This number will increase to 1,350 Commonwealth recruits per […]
Fantastic news today, as it has emerged that the Royal Air Force (RAF) have opened up combat roles for women. Not only that, but soon the change will be extended to all further branches of the military! As from today, Friday 1st September 2017, the ground force of the RAF will become Britain’s first military […]
In order to become an RAF Officer, you must first go through a period of Initial Officer Training (IOT). The training is conducted at the RAF Cranwell College, and is an essential exercise for anyone who wants to be an Officer in the Royal Air Force. Fundamentally, the course will teach you how to be […]
In order to join the RAF, there are 7 steps that you will need to go through in order to complete your application. You will need to pass each stage of the application process, before you can progress to the next stage. Below, we have broken down the 7 step RAF selection process, for […]
The Royal Air Force (RAF) work to represent the interests of the UK in the air. They are an established service who police both foreign and home skies, provide humanitarian services to overseas victims and act as an emergency unit for stranded people in mountainous or coastal vicinities. In this blog, we’ll explore the wide range […]
The Royal Air Force or RAF is an equal opportunity employer meaning that no race, social, cultural, religious background is discriminated against. It does not matter if a candidate is male, female, or gay. The RAF likes to recruit a variety of individuals to ensure that all careers are filled with proper candidates from all […]
RAF rankings are commissioned or non-commissioned. Commissioned rankings are for officers who have worked up the ranks from non-commissioned to commissioned or entered as officers based on education and their career background. Every individual in the Royal Air Force that starts at the beginning enters as a cadet with a pay scale of £13,000 to […]