The Royal Navy Forum

The Royal Navy forum is a safe and protected online environment for Royal Navy Service personnel and their families. It provides the type of support that reflects the uniqueness of Naval life. Whether you need practical advice or just want to chat with like-minded people, the Royal Navy forum is an invaluable source of information, communication and support. 

RN FPS Portal Access Hours

Monday to Friday - 0800 to 2000  
Saturday and Sunday (and Bank Holidays) 0900 to 1600  
Tel: 0800 145 6088 0r 023 9272 8777  
Email: [email protected]   
Outside of these hours, please call the Officer of the Watch who will contact the RN FPS Duty Worker:  
Portsmouth - 02392 723875  
Plymouth - 01752 555220  
Faslane - 01436 674321 ext 4005  
Yeovilton - 01935 455444  

Latest Announcements

  • Navy News December 21

    Navy News December 21 Check out December’s edition of Navy News which is now on sale. It features updates on Royal Marines in California and the latest on HMS Spey and HMS Tamar in Hawaii. Subscribe now and save money:
    • 1 Dec 2021
  • Sexual Health

    Sexual Health If you’re worried because you think you’ve got an STI, go for a check up at a sexual health clinic as soon as you can.     Your local Sexual Health Clinic can also provide you with pregnancy testing, and advise on contrace...
    • 1 Dec 2021
  • End of Walkaway Scheme - Feb 2022

    End of Walkaway Scheme - Feb 2022 From 1st February 2022 Amey will no longer be running the Walkaway Scheme. This means you will be unable to book a move-out appointment after 31st January 2022. The Walkaway Scheme mailbox will remain open until 14th February 2022 to help ...
    • 30 Nov 2021
  • National Book Club - 20 December 21

    National Book Club - 20 December 21 Come and join us for a fun and friendly evening with fellow book lovers. This month, in recognition that we are reading a book about Christmas, we are inviting you to bring along your festive snacks to enjoy while we discuss the book. Everyone is we...
    • 30 Nov 2021
  • Join the End-to-End Challenge!

    Join the End-to-End Challenge! In November 1805, Lt John Richards Lapenotiere came ashore at Falmouth and covered the 271 miles to London in less than 38 hours, travelling by horse and carriage as he carried his news of victory and tragedy to the Admiralty. Could you cover the sam...
    • 29 Nov 2021

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