Two epic Royals coming together! In 2022, Lee Spencer, the Rowing Marine, will be taking on a challenge never attempted before. The Triathlon of Great Britain. The challenge will see Lee swim the English channel, then cycle from
James was badly injured whilst on operations with 45 Commando, which resulted in spinal surgery and ended his 10-year career as a Royal Marine. “I was looked after physically and
Today the Gordon Messenger Centre (GMC) has been officially opened by the Patron of RMA – The Royal Marines Charity, General Sir Gordon Messenger KCB DSO* OBE DL.
RMA – The Royal Marines Charity has recently launched our own resilience training: The programme is delivered by Royal Marines veterans Jon White and Joe Winch, using the Commando Mindset and drawing on their own experiences to provide resilience training packages that resonate with individuals and businesses in today’s environment.
The idea of a gig club within the RMA was first raised in February 2019. A plastic gig, ‘Trafalgar,’ and two sets of oars were leant to the newly established club by RM Tamar, and safe storage was allocated by Stonehouse Barracks.
Recently, RMA – The Royal Marines Charity awarded a small grant of £250 to enable a Veteran dealing with mental health issues to attend a wilderness course in Scotland.
Did you know that the Royal Marines Shop is wholly owned by RMA – The Royal Marines Charity?
A message from our Commandant General in response to this week’s events in Afghanistan.
Jay served as a Royal Marine for 12 years. Sadly, in 2019 Jay suffered a shoulder injury that left him facing medical discharge from the Corps.