The NDA and Reservists

Discussion in 'The Quarterdeck' started by airborne_artist, Nov 25, 2009.

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  1. A contact of mine on another forum is an RNR rating. At a social event on board his unit's establishment he allegedly said something that a guest (also RN/RNR) took offence to.

    Now the lad was not in uniform, was not being paid for the event, was not mobilised, but his CO wants to march him to the table to answer to the allegation.

    Can he be charged under the NDA? The alleged offence would not be an offence in a purely civilian environment, he says. (Though I can't confirm this).
     
  2. NDA? You're behind the times. Armed Forces Act 2006 now.

    Relevant section is...

    It could be under Section d.
     
  3. From what I've been able to dig up it could be something under the Reserve Forces Act 1996 as amended by the Armed Forces Act 2006.

    Section 4, incidentally, relates to the "Orders and regulations concerning the reserve forces", ie their establishment, amendment and revocation.
     
  4. The good old catch all is still there though...

     

  5. Gotta be our Ja5on..... :roll:

    Troop him! :twisted:
     

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