andrew andrew
andrew andrew voted up Ray Dart's answer

The Royal Navy has currently very few fixed wing aircraft, and those that they have are for training purposes in readiness for the Joint Strike Fighter being developed by Boeing and Lockheed Martin - ultimately partially funded by the UK Ministry of Defence.

They have BAe Hawks and Grob fixed-wing trainers.

They have Lynx, Seaking Merlin and … Read more

andrew andrew
andrew andrew voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

It depends on what "people" you are talking about, and where the "security guard" is working.

Example: A security guard working for a security company patrolling normal businesses or residences will make about minimum wage - so, obviously, their employers don't think the job is dangerous.