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With many events planned this, our Centenary year, we are conscious that there will be lots of questions about whether these events will be going ahead, postponed or indeed cancelled. We are following all the advice from the Government, with no plans as yet to cancel the most immediate upcoming events such, as the London Dinner and Corps Weekend. This may change over the coming weeks and we will keep you informed as soon as is practically possible. Taking a sensible and pragmatic approach will be our top priority to support Defence in delaying the spread of this virus.
Updates will be available on this page as and when we have them.
Providing IT and communications systems in every location, worldwide.
Highly adaptable, winning against adversaries in a technical battle.
Promoting Learnability in the cyber domain.
This site is brought to you by Royal Signals Charity (RSC) a registered Charity supporting Royal Signals’ soldiers through their Day Pay Giving scheme. The objects of The Charity are to support the efficiency and morale of The Royal Corps of Signals and to provide benevolence support to serving and retired signalers who are in need or distress. This site illustrates the wonderful Corps we support, their work and the work we do to help. It is not an MoD site nor is it part of the Army’s official web site.
There are many opportunities to work with us: fundraising; supporting The RSI – including corporate sponsorship – or as a volunteer (including museum volunteers). For those with an interest in joining the military the Royal Corps of Signals currently has vacancies for both regular (full-time) or reserve (part-time) soldiers including Commissioned Officers. Explore this site to find out more about the Corps family and Royal Signals roles or contact Army Recruiting to discuss current vacancies.
Linking and networking with business, industry and influencers to further professional development. Membership is open to all in the Corps.
Promoting friendship and comradeship for serving and retired, regular and reserve Royal Signals soldiers through events and associations.