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British Army raises maximum recruitment age to 33

The British Army has raised its upper age limit for new recruits to 33, meaning late joiners could serve until the age of 55, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in London told AFP. “This brings the army in line with all the other services (the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force),” a spokeswoman said. The change was publicised internally in early December and policy changed at recruiting offices up and down the country, she added. The previous upper age limit for recruits was 26. Full Story

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