Navy aiming to boost number of female recruits
The Herald|December 11, 2021
PLEDGE TO HAVE 25% REPRESENTATION
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THE Royal Navy has pledged to make sure 25 per cent of new recruits are female by 2025.

HMS Raleigh, in Torpoint, Cornwall, has increased its capacity to train female sailors with accommodation for 120 women.

Currently, one in six sailors passing out of the Royal Navy’s principal basic training base is a woman – up on last year.

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