Drivers are the lifeblood of the Royal Logistic Corps and the whole Army. You'll be a vital link, transporting soldiers and supplies all over the world. Whether you're driving through desert, jungle or snow, you've got to look after your vehicle and get your load to its destination.
Furthermore, can you get your driving Licence in the army UK?
Yes. If your military duties include driving, they will train you how to drive those specific vehicles and issue you a military drivers' licence. You also have the option of applying for a civilian drivers' licence at the nearest civilian licensing bureau.
Also to know, can I join the Army with no drivers license?
You need a driver's license or other state-issued identification card. A green card or passport may be acceptable in place of these items if you don't have a driver's license. A social security card and certified copy of your birth certificate are also required at the time you enlist.
How long is phase 2 training for RLC Driver?
the 2-week training course organised and run by the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) at Cardington in Bedfordshire.
What's the most dangerous job in the military?
So, in no particular order, here are 10 of the most dangerous military jobs.
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Expert.
- Forward Observer.
- Cavalry Scout / Reconnaissance.
- Combat Medic / Corpsman.
- Pararescue / Winchman.
- Combat Engineer.