Electronic warfare and signal intelligence

I was never a Bleep, but I knew a few who did that kind of thing and to be honest they don’t chat about work. Not only them, but anyone who does sensitive (that’s secret stuff) work does not talk about what they do other than in very vague terms which leave you none the wiser really.

Think about this: The only specialist function that is really recognized in the Special Forces world by doing their own selection to work with the SAS are the Royal Signals communicators - Comm’s is that important.

If you are technically minded, fit and adventurous then you could do worse.

Good luck.
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I'm planning on joining the Royal signals and was looking for more information about the electronic warfare role
Thank you
It’s an interesting job and you will never be out of work afterwards. There aren’t many assignment locations, in fact significantly less than any other trade.

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