Seeking recruits from all walks of
life who seek the camaraderie of being involved with others in pursuing
missions in life which provide benefits to others.
Whilst recruits and members are unpaid, this being a purely Honorary
position, recognition will be given in many other ways by both the State
and the Crown during service with the Legion.
Potential members MUST be actively
involved (or willing to be actively involved) in providing
charitable/humanitarian aid on a regular basis to their local community and details need be
supplied prior to acceptance.
This service/support must be of
physical benefit to those who most need.
There is to be no religious bias or
involvement, just as there is no political bias accepted in the Regiment. and religious,
spiritual or political
support is not accepted as qualifying for acceptance.
Those who may have a number
of people wishing to join-up are more than welcome to apply and in such
cases we will seek to form an active Unit with an appointed Command structure.
Advancement through the Ranks is
obtainable, mainly gained through service. Outstanding service may be
recognized by either/both promotion or any of the many awards available
to the PHR Military.
After Action Reports are required to be
forwarded, preferably by email, on a regular basis to Command and these
reports will be published so that all may be aware of the
service/support being provided by the RHRL around the globe.
If serving/supporting others in an
organized environment and one of camaraderie and organizational support
then the first step is to make initial contact with RHRL Command by email, where
matters may be discussed and any questions answered.
Once both parties have decided that recruitment is the next step, then a
simple application form will be provided and this will need to be
completed and returned to Command, accompanied by references, CV and
passport size photo (for ID Card) and the next step of formal application
to join will be underway.
"Joining the Royal
Hutt River Legion" 1.6mb
for more information.
We look forward to hearing from: