Army Engagement Group

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The Army Engagement Group (AEG) tours the country engaging with a wide variety of people to give them a greater understanding of the British Army; who we are, what we do and how we contribute to society. The AEG has four teams that can offer various multi-media presentations and activities, before giving people the chance to meet and talk to some of our soldiers.


Army Engagement Team 1

Delivers the Army’s flagship multi-media presentation to invited guests from a local community. Each 45-minute presentation is followed by a question and answer session and a reception where you can meet soldiers and ask questions in a more informal setting. Guests are hosted by local members of the Army and presentations are held throughout the year.


Army Engagement Team 2

Delivers a more focused version of our flagship presentation to bespoke audiences. The team is happy to travel to your organisation and deliver a 30-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session. We speak to a wide range of audiences and any opportunity is considered, whether you are an employer, represent a community or network, or are arranging speakers for a larger conference or networking event.


The Army Youth Outreach Team

Encourages young people to maximise their potential and challenge stereotypes.

Working with schools, youth groups, communities and charitable organisations, the team delivers an interactive presentation which explores opportunities available in the Army and highlights the emphasis we place on personal development. The team also delivers various fun, practical activities including ones based on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), which aim to develop communication skills, foster teamwork and grow self-confidence.


The Armed Forces Diversity Engagement Team

Delivers the award-winning ‘Force4Inclusion’ presentation to a wide variety of audiences across the country.

This 30-minute presentation raises awareness of all three services: the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force, and can be followed by a question and answer session, or a facilitated discussion with a panel of serving military people.

The presentation focuses on the Armed Forces’ contribution to society, tackles popular misconceptions and highlights the importance we place on equal opportunities for everyone, regardless of gender, race, background, ethnicity or faith.

Who to contact

The British Army

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When is it on
Contact to find out about the next presentation in your area.

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Age Ranges
Youth and Adults
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