Flight Lieutenant Simon McFarling explained why the Armed Forces Careers Office are getting involved with Gloucester Rugby for this game:
"Our aim today is to build links with the elite sportsmen and women of both Gloucester Rugby and Hartpury College and associate the Royal Air Force with those individuals.
"We'd like to raise awareness of opportunities with the Royal Air Force, and also the Reserve Forces and the audience at a Gloucester Rugby fixture provides us with a great chance to spread the word.
Flight Lieutentant McFarling has been with the RAF for 22 years and enthused about what a career with the Royal Air Force can offer.
"It offers a multitude of possibilities - a stable career, the chance to travel the world and also superb sporting and academic opportunities."
"It's really easy to find out more. Either pop in to the Armed Forces Careers Office for a chat or Google RAF Careers."
The Puma will be performing a fly past at Kingsholm before the London Welsh game where Flight Lieutenant McFarling will also be handing over the matchball.
Personnel from the Royal Air Force will also be in and around the stadium to hand out further information should anyone wish to find out more.
To view Hartpury College's view of the visit, including some video footage, click HERE