Warfare Officers Get to Grips with Wildcat
Students from the Initial Warfare Officers' course 17/05 have visited Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton.
This course has recently completed their time at Britannia Royal Naval College and are about to embark on their Specialist Fleet Time.
The aim of the visit was to provide the students with an introduction into Flight Safety, an understanding of maritime operations and an appreciation of the consequence of error.
As a Warfare Officer you will be in the heart of the action, making key strategic decisions on board some of the most advanced warships on the planet. As challenging as it is rewarding, you’ll be more operationally active than most naval personnel making key strategic decisions on board some of the most advanced warships on the planet. You’ll be more operationally active than most Naval personnel as you provide the warfare capabilities that are essential to protecting our nation’s interests, all over the world from a Type 45 Destroyer conducting anti-piracy operations in the Indian Ocean, or escorting a mine hunter that’s sweeping the Persian Gulf it’s an essential, challenging role with real responsibility wherever whatever the operation and the Fleet Air Arm here at RNAS Yeovilton are part of that Team.