I am currently serving under the RAFs discipline and am rather confused about it. The confusing thing is they seem to do things so slowly. I was under the impression that if you were getting charged you had to be 'warned for orders' in good time. Here they can wait weeks if not months to let people know. It then makes it difficult to gather any evidence in your defence. If you are under another services discipline regs are you still entitled to the same rights of a soldier? Are you still supposed to recieve a copy of these and advice on defending yourself? I am a SNCO and therefore need to be able to advise my soldiers should they fall foul of the discipline system. I am not some mad lefty who thinks that they should all get off but I do believe they should get a fair trial. Thankfully long gone are the days of 'RSM march the guilty bastard in.' It's been a long time since I was that stupid Pte soldier in trouble every other day I hope someone will be able to give me a overview of how things should work nowadays.