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As a serving or former Officer in the Naval Service, you can join ARNO as a Service Member for an annual subscription of just £24.00. Alternatively, you can become a Life Member for a single, one-off payment of £600.00.

You can join ARNO as an Associate Member if you’re a RN or RM Officer’s spouse, partner or other family member. You’re also welcome to join even if you have no direct Service links or experience, but share our values and would like to be personally connected to the Naval Service family. It costs just £24.00 per year to be an Associate Member, and you’ll enjoy all the same rewards and benefits as Full membership; the only real difference is that you won’t have a vote at the AGM.

 

CHOOSE SUBSCRIPTION

SERVICE MEMBER

£ 24

BILLED PER YEAR

Commissioned Officers from the RN, RM, QARNNS along with their Maritime Reserves including RFA, WRNS, RNVR and SCC/CCF whether Active or Retired.

ASSOCIATE MEMBER

£ 24

BILLED PER YEAR

For someone who has not served who is just interested or a family member.

 

LIFE MEMBER

£ 600

ONE OFF PAYMENT

For Service & Associate members only. One payment for a lifetime membership to ARNO.

 

AFFILIATE MEMBERS

£ 12

BILLED PER YEAR

Widow or widower of a person who is a Service Member at the time of their death.

 

MEMBER BENEFITS

  • Exclusive discounts from a wide range of retailers
  • 6 months free membership of the Army & Navy Club (The RAG) in St James
  • Access to RAC Breakdown cover
  • A copy of our Year Book, distributed in March
  • Regular publications
  • ARNO ID card
  • Annual group holiday at favourable rates

WHY JOIN?

As an ARNO member, you’ll enjoy excellent benefits, including more than 3,000 exclusive offers and discounts from leading brands, special deals on RAC Breakdown cover, and a year-round programme of social events.

You also have access to a range of practical, financial and emotional support through The Royal Navay Officers’ Charity (RNOC), which is available to ARNO members and non-members alike.

The Royal Navy Officers' Charity (RNOC) have supported
officers and their families since 1739