Branches arrange local social and fundraising events on their own behalf and on behalf of the central charity, as well as provide the on-the-ground sense of community and continued 'esprit de Corps' to new members. For those wanting to take a more active role in the administation of the Association, members can be elected to management positions at Branch and Regional levels and provide the local voice on behalf of their area.
Our Central Office Team provides the daily support to the Branch and Regional Secretaries and the management and administration for the wider Association on behalf of the Trustees.
The Trustees are responsible for the governance and control of the affairs of the Association and the administration of all its property and income. They meet quarterly and act in the best interests of the RMA. Our Trustees have in-depth expertise from finance through to fundraising and commercial operations, and the Board represents both serving and retired Royal Marines.
Every year, the whole Association comes together at the reunion event at Lympstone. For the RMA Officials, this is when the annual conference is held and members cast votes on major topics that affect the development and future of the RMA. It is also the pinnacle event for all other members to get together, have a great time, be entertained and connect with members they may not otherwise meet.
Branch Secretaries are voted into their role by our members and are kept up-to-date on latest events, accounts and RMA administration.View
Regional Secretaries are voted in by members and provide a managing role to the Branches within their area.View
Our Central Office Team provides the daily support to the Branch and Regional Secretaries and the management and administration for the wider Association on behalf of the Trustees.View
The RMA is governed by a Board of Trustees who represent the serving and veteran Royal Marines Family. Their in-depth expertise helps to ensure the future of the Association.View
The Royal Marines Cadets of the Sea Cadets, the Royal Marines Cadets of the Combined Cadet Corps, or the Royal Marines Volunteer Cadet Corps all offer 13 to 18 year olds the chance to take part in adventurous training and learn specialist skills such as orienteering, field craft and weapon handling.
Find information on careers with the Royal Marines, including the Royal Marines Band Service and Royal Marines Reserve.royalmarines.mod.uk
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The Globe & Laurel Magazine is the official journal of the Royal Marines, published six times a year and is essential reading for members of the Corps past and present that wish to keep up with what is happening in the Royal Marines today.Find Out More