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Read the Times every day. Understand Politics globally. Be prepared to answer question on the current global topics of the day. Know RAF history. Know UK history, especially the 20th Century.

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The RAF is definitely for those who gained half decent qualifications at school, want to serve their country, but don't want the hassle of proper military life (AKA Army). This isn't a criticism, it's from personal experience from being in the Army and now working alongside the RAF as a civilian contractor.

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I wanted to have a family with my serving husband. Both deployed back to back and chose family life. Less stressful now.

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Its all about trust and meticulous eye for detail.

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Visit local recruitment centre

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Sixteen years minimum age

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Strongly review the SJAR and promotion system.
Review the pay.
A more robust basic training.
Increase the pass mark level.
Ensure the appropriate quality of life i.e. accommodation, suitable working environment, social life on unit.

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Yes, as long as you are a British Citizan you can join. You have to meet the military requirements

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