Royal Signals – The Army’s Professional Communicators

Communications – Information – Systems – Cyber

Royal Signals – So much to explore

Royal Signals – Leaders In A Digital Age

Royal Signals – The People Link – The Vital Link


Royal Signals Institution

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Linking and networking with business, industry and influencers to further professional development. Membership is open to all in the Corps.


Royal Signals Association

Promoting friendship and comradeship for serving and retired, regular and reserve Royal Signals soldiers through events and associations.

Branches nationwide, numerous affiliated organisations and associations.


RSBF - Swift and Sure Support

Royal Corps of Signals Benevolent fund (RSBF)The Charity of The Royal Corps of Signals. Enriching Corps life and helping signallers and their dependants in times of need.
Royal Signals Trustee Ltd – Swift and sure support for The Corps
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The Journal

The magazine of the Royal Signals Institution. Published twice a year.
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The Wire

The magazine of the Royal Signals. Published six times a year.

Summer Sports

From angling and golf through to adrenaline, action-packed adventure there’s something for everyone

Winter Sports

A glittering array of individual and team sports – indoor and out

Team Sports

Waterpolo, rugby, football, cricket, basketball, canoe polo – a flavour of our tantalising sports offer

Individual Sports

We’ve got them covered…
Royal Corps of Signals – A world of adventure

Paid to learn?

Qualified, professional

Thousands of soldiers are earning while learning, thanks to generous allowances via HM Forces and proactive, continuous professional development.

In addition to earning great qualifications  The RSI supports a series of awards for top performing signallers of all ranks. There’s never been a better incentive to study.

Feeling adventurous?

Adventure encouraged

Thinking about your next Adventurous Training exercise? Whether on land or sea, high in the mountains or deep in the ocean; get your trip on the road with help from The RSBF.

Contribute to the day’s pay giving scheme? You may be eligible for a financial contribution from the RSBF. Explore eligibility now.

Professional profile?

Maximise your potential

The Royal Signals Institution provides a golden opportunity to parade your professionalism.

With thought provoking seminars and  lectures, support for professional accreditation, industry links, annual awards for excellence, career workshops and so much more; isn’t it time you visited The RSI?  Most serving members are eligible for free membership.

More than a blue beret

Valuing the individual

The needs and demands of the modern Army necessitate an agile Corps. We offer opportunities for all, including those seeking to change trades, keen to develop specialist skills or leadership – including as a Commisioned Officer.

Speak to your RCMO now to discover the latest opportunities.

Operations and deployments

The vital link

First in to battle, last out. At any one time, Royal Signals soldiers are deployed on operations and humanitarian missions across the globe.

Communications are key to all successful operations. Royal Signals provides the vital link, enabling Commanders to lead.

Our work

Protecting the UK, preventing conflict

As a vital part of HM Forces we are fully engaged in fighting the UK’s enemies at home, overseas and in cyber space. We also work to help manage disaster and minimise suffering and distress.

As the global landscape changes so does The Corps. Explore the range of ICT and Cyber qualifications now.

Royal Signals

Thousands of exceptional soldiers - One great Corps





Royal Signals' leadership - A commanding position 

History & heritage

Countdown to 100 Years of The Corps 1920 - 2020








Royal Signals Benevolent Fund – Swift and Sure Support for The Corps

Approx £1 million granted to Signallers in need in the last three years

Pennant of Merit for RSBF Fundraising

Awarded annually for unit and RSA Branch fundraising

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Royal Corps of Signals – Leaders in a digital age
This site is brought to you by Royal Signals Trustee Ltd (RSTL) 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 signallers 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 Commisioned Officers. Explore this site to find out more about the Corps family and Royal SIgnals roles or contact Army Recruiting to discuss current vacancies.  The Museum has year round vacancies for volunteers, paid positions are advertised here:

Corps Family – Family Values

Royal Signals

The home of inspirational professionals

We've been expecting you...

We don’t promise visits from M or gadgets from Q but our soldiers have Bond traits. They’re mentally tough, exceptionally physically fit and have an outstanding ability to work well under pressure. They get to travel, work with gadgets and secrets and importantly have a family of support too.

Royal Signals – Swift and sure


Special Forces Communicator (SFC)

The best move you will ever make

Serving in The Corps? Determined, courageous, self-disciplined, intelligent, physically fit with mental, moral and physical stamina? Find out more now.


Corps Band

Pitch perfect

You may not blow your own trumpet but you have to be dedicated and talented to join the Royal Signals’ band.

Playing ability and potential are more important than formal music qualifications but work hard and play hard are just two of the many key requisites to parade with the band.

Royal Corps of Signals – A world of opportunity
Royal Corps of Signals – Leaders In A Digital Age