The Royal Marines Association provides a national support and social network for you and your family, whatever stage you’re at in your life and your Royal Marines career.
With your membership you'll receive: a membership card, access to our events, and member-only offers and services. Further down this page you'll also see other benefits our members tell us they value the most.
Receive our official membership card
Access guides on fitness and wellbeing that have been written for RMA members by former Royal Marines Physical Training Instructor, Peter Brown MBE MSc
Visit the Commando Training Centre, Lympstone, during our annual Corps Family weekend; order Mountbatten Festival of Music tickets before they go on sale and attend, or join in with, other key Corps Family events
Apply for free tickets to selected family days out
Search for and connect with other members who may be lost friends or oppos
Access members-only discounts
Apply for, and monitor, requests for tailored welfare support
Join as many RMA (physical and virtual) branches and clubs as you wish - or simply stay on the HQ Roll if this better suits your lifestyle
Receive our weekly email updates from around the Corps Family
Plus much more!
Anyone who serves or has served in the Royal Marines/Royal Marines Reserve/Royal Marines Band Service in a Royal Marines unit or filled a line number in a Royal Marines unit (including any qualified Commando, MARWREN or other serviceman), regardless of length of service.Apply for full membership
Anyone who is the parent, spouse/civil partner or child of a Full Member; this can be extended to grandparents or carers who have raised the Royal Marine, and grandchildren being raised by the former Royal Marine. Must be sponsored by a Full Member.
Children of Full Members can be sponsored as Associate Members from the age of 9.
Any graduates of the All Arms Commando Course, and their immediate family, may become an Associate Member.
Anyone who is a Cadet Force Adult Volunteer with a cadet organisation affiliated to the RM Cadet Council.Apply for associate membership
For those who do not have a direct relation to a Royal Marine can still apply to be a Supporting Member.Apply for supporting membership
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