RESERVE FORCES 2030 (RF30) REVIEW OFFERS RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE STAFF

May 12, 2021
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The Reserve Forces 2030 review aims to establish how best to harness the specialist knowledge and expertise of role of Reservists, with particular emphasis on how defence can unlock their potential to support wider government, business and society.

The Ministry of Defence said the specialist contribution military reservists have made across society during Britain’s battle against Coronavirus was exactly the sort of contribution the Reserve Forces 2030 review would consider, in examining how Defence can maximise the skills of its Reserve Forces.

The 112-page RF30 report offers 18 recommendations for consideration. The Ministry of Defence will, over the next few months, engage with key stakeholders (employers of reservists, academia and industry) to fully understand the implications of the RF30 review recommendations.