Per QRs, an officer or soldier can be suspended from duty during the investigation of an alleged offence or any other matter, where that is in the interests of the service or the individual.I understand from the other thread that he is suspended rather than sacked.
I didn't know HMF did "suspended"
Or to allow sufficient time for the individual concerned to realise that suicide may at least salvage some reputation.Per QRs, an officer or soldier can be suspended from duty during the investigation of an alleged offence or any other matter, where that is in the interests of the service or the individual.
I hope he would have to pay it back with interest if found guilty. In fact they should have to pay back their entire careers pay and training costs.A soldier at my last unit was under investigation for the same crime. He was suspended on full pay for about 2 years whilst the investigation was ongoing.
Chuck it in the bin. If you use that as a testimonial in support of a job application and your prospective employer checks him out what do you think that makes you in his eyes?BBC News - Lt Col Mark Smyth jailed for indecent pictures at beach
******* hell. What a ******* disaster of an officer he is. Or was.
PS I've asked already but does anybody know what I can do with a testimonial signed by him? Flushing it down the bog sounds about right, given the good it'll do.