The King's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions, His Majesty's Naval Service Vol. I, Articles, 1943

CONTENTS C h a p t e r S u b j e c t P a g e S e c t i o n I. Executive Officers and Royal Marine Officers.................................................................. 113 V II. O f f ic e r s — ii II. Engineer- Officers........................................ 122 T r a in in g a III. Medical Officers......................................... 124 a n d E x a m i­ a IV. Dental Officers........................................... 124 n a t io n s a V. Accountant Officers................................... 124 G e n e r a l l y . a VI. Warrant Officers........................................ 125 tt VII. Courses Generally...................................... 127 a VIII. Interpreters and Foreign Languages------ 12S a V IIIa . Meteorology................................................ 137 a IX. Examinations Generally................. ......... 137 'S e c t i o n 1. Medical Examination and Inspection.. 139 a II. Raising and Entering.............................. 140 a III. Continuous, Non-continuous and Spec­ ial Service.............................................. 146 V III. M e n a IV. Traininq..................................................... 151 an d B o y s— a V. Advancement.............................................. 153 E n t r y , a VI. Transfers.................................................... 164 T r a in in g a VII. Nonsubstantive Ratings.......................... 166 a n d a VIII. Qualifications for and Service in Royal A d v a n c e m e n t . Naval Shore Signal and Shore Wireless Services................................... 170 a IX. Qualifications for and Service as Chief Petty Officer Instructors to the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve..................... 171 IX . CnTTRTR-M ARTIAL 173 X . D is c ip l in a r y C o u r t s ............................................................................................................ 196 X I. B o a r d s o f I n q u ir y a n d N a v a l C o u r t s ............................................................... 199 ( S e c t i o n 1. Chaplain, Divine Service, &c.................. 202 a II . Discipline Generally................................. 20S a I I I . Good Conduct Badges.............................. 215 X II. D i s c i p l i n e . a IV. Good Conduct Medal and Gratuity......... 218 a V. Summary Punishments............................ 221 a VI. Deserters and Absentees, and Rewards for A pprehension.................................. 252 a VII. Civil Power................................................ 258 X III. C e r t if ic a t e s . . . 261 ( S e c ti o n I. Messina— Officers...................................... 280 ii II. Cabins......................................................... 287 M e s s in g , ii I I I . Messing— Ship’s Company, including XIV. C a b in s , a n d Fleet Air Arm Personnel..................... 289 C a n t e e n s . ii TV . Canteens...................................................... 290 it V. Subsidiary and non-public funds— General Arrangements.......................... 295 (S e c t i o n i. General........................................................ 298 XV. L e a v e o f 1 “ I a . Officers......................................................... 29S A b s e n c e . “ II. Ship’ s Company........................................ 301 I “ I I I . Proceeding Abroad on Leave................... 307 XVI. R e g u l a t io n s f o r P r e v e n t in g C o l l is io n s a n d L ig h t s f o r S m a l l 3 10 £V II. C o m m is s io n ­ ( S e c t i o n I. Fitting-out and Refitting.......................... 320 in g a n d “ II. Draivings, Plans, ifee................................ 324 E q u ip m e n t . I
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