Sport is a key part of life in the Royal Marines. It’s meeting your match and giving your all no matter what.

And when the punches have been thrown? Knowing the bond with your brothers can never be broken. It’s a state of mind. You may already have it. bit.ly/RM_Boxing
When we say we train in all weathers, we mean all weathers. It’s how we’ve mastered the harshest environments on the planet.

This month we’ve been training our US counterparts to fight and survive in the extreme. It’s a state of mind. You may already have it.
Royal Marine Commandos give their all in every operation. It’s more than rising to the challenge. It’s finding your limits and going beyond them. Day in. Day out. It’s a state of mind. You may already have it.

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Royal Marines Commandos lead the way. Through dense jungle, arctic cold or desert heat, we have what we need to overcome anything. It’s a state of mind. You may already have it.

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Want to earn your green beret? Before you can even start basic training we need to know that you’re exceptional. A series of mental and physical assessments are your chance to prove your worth. Take it.

Find out more about the different stages of the joining process, including the Naval Service Recruiting Test and the Potential Royal Marines Course bit.ly/Marine_Tests
There’s a press-up. And there’s a Royal Marines press-up. Are you fit to join? bit.ly/PRMC_Tips
The last day of the Potential Royal Marine Course is when you find out what you’ve achieved and where you can go next. It’s the end of a gruelling three days, but it could be the start of your life as a Commando bit.ly/PRMC_Day3
It’s a State of Mind. You may already have it bit.ly/Marines_Brace
The second day of the Potential Royal Marine Course is all about how much you want it. You’ve been tested physically and mentally. Now we find out how far your heart will take you bit.ly/PRMC_Day2
In the Royal Marines physical challenges come with the territory. The harder they are, the more we relish them. That’s what separates us from every other fighting force. That’s what makes us elite. The Pre-Joining Fitness Test (PJFT) is where the men leave the boys behind. Are you ready?

Find out what standards you need to achieve to progress bit.ly/Marines_PJFT
Applying to join the Royal Marines shows you’re not afraid of being tested – mentally and physically. If you earn your Green Beret, you’ll need to think on your feet in some of the most challenging environments on the planet. The Naval Service Recruiting Test (NSRT) is your first opportunity to prove you can do just that.

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Not everyone has what it takes to earn the Green Beret. That’s why we have such strict entry requirements. That’s why we’re elite. That’s why there’s no other amphibious force to match us. If you’ve got a question about joining, from medical eligibility to what happens at the PRMC, take a look at some of our FAQs.

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Want to know if your ink will stop you joining?

Having tattoos or piercings won’t automatically stop you achieving your goal and earning your green beret, but there are conditions you’ll need to meet to be eligible. Once you’ve satisfied them, you’re ready to get started.

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Potential Royal Marine Course, day one. A physical assessment and basic fitness test that separates the Royal Marine Commandos from everybody else. Find out what it takes to make the grade here bit.ly/PRMC_Day1
Want to know if you’re medically fit for the Royal Marines?

Your body will need to take you places most people won’t go. Doing things most people can’t, in some of the most challenging environments on the planet. Pushing to the physical limit is all in a day’s work for those who wear the green beret, so you’ll need to pass a medical to make sure you can cope with the rigours of the job.

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Want to become a Royal Marines Commando?

Before you can even start the joining process you need to satisfy the eligibility criteria, including being within the age range. It’s important to note that there may be exceptions if you’re returning to service. If you want to join as an officer a different age range applies.

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Got your sights on a green beret? Here’s how you can get there.

There are seven stages from applying to starting life as a Royal Marine. It’ll take maximum effort to make it through each one, but that’s what being a Commando is all about. And once you pass out of training? That’s when you start a serious career, with serious rewards.

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Got your sights on a green beret? Here’s how you can get there.

There are seven stages from applying to starting life as a Royal Marine. It’ll take maximum effort to make it through each one, but that’s what being a Commando is all about. And once you pass out of training? That’s when you start a serious career, with serious rewards.

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