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Private Jemma Rosier of 4 Combat Support Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers talks to ITV Wales about what she's gained from joining the Army.
Major John Ingledew from the Armed Forces Careers Office in Cardiff tells ITV Wales about the Army's new drive to get more people interested in joining up.
The British Army has today launched a new recruitment campaign in Wales to address to highlight the hundreds of different roles and thousands of jobs available now in the Regular Army and Army Reserve.
Recruitment events will be held across Wales for people to meet serving troops. The Army already has an established presence in Wales including the 160 (Wales) Brigade based in Brecon, as well as some of the Army's top training sites such as the Infantry Battle School and Sennybridge Training Area.
Some of new roles available now include; bricklayers, communication specialists, veterinary technicians and infantry soldiers.