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75 Engineer Regiment

75 Engineer Regiment is an Army Reserve unit based in the North West of England and Germany. The Regiment has a unique role and provides the British Army’s wide wet gap crossing (amphibious bridging) and logistic bridging capability in support of the Land Component on both enduring and contingent operations. 

With a mix of Regular and Reserve troops, the Regiment provides formed groups of Combat and Amphibious Engineers to operations helping all parts of the Armed Forces to Live, Move and Fight.

Attached Arms


There are a variety of opportunities within the Regiment for personnel interested in other Corps and career employment groups these include:

Royal Logistics Corps (RLC) Chef 

An army marches on its stomach, and it's the Chef’s job to give soldiers a balanced and healthy diet, at home or overseas. Army chefs cook for everyone from new recruits to VIPs, producing tasty meals in barracks or on the move in the field kitchens.  Expert training teaches you how to cook nutritious meals, whatever the circumstances.

Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Combat Medical Technician

The Regiment has opportunities for Combat Medical Technicians. A Combat Medical Technician (CMT) is a soldier who has received specialist training in field medicine. CMTs are deployed throughout the world, supporting the British Army whenever they go into combat as well as providing support in natural disaster areas. As a CMT you will be providing medical support for soldiers both in barracks and on operations.

Adjutants General Corps (Staff and Personnel Support) (AGC(SPS)) - Combat Human Resources Specialist

The Regiment has opportunities for Combat Human Resources Specialist (CHRS). AGC(SPS) personnel are responsible for the provision of Personnel Administration and Management Information, Financial Management (including pay, allowances, recovery of charges, accounting and audit) and Administrative Staff Support to the British Army, during peacetime and on operations. People are the Army’s most important resource and we look after all of them. 

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