South africans

#1
Does anyone have any information about what the army is about the South african mercenary law? I have a couple of soldiers that are quite worried and no one can give us a striaght answer.
 

Schaden

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#2
http://www.irinnews.org/report.asp?ReportID=55271

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C04E0D7113EF933A0575BC0A9609C8B63

The parliament’s defense portfolio committee heard in June that an agreement existed under which Commonwealth member countries allowed their citizens to serve in each other’s armed forces.
South Africa could therefore not simply bar such participation, a defense department official said at the time — conceding the deployment clause was problematic.


This is Africa we're talking about - just don't tell them you were deployed and there's no way they'd find out. It is deployment, not membership that might cause a problem.
 
M

Mr_Logic

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#3
The straight answer is to use the Chain of Command. Your RAO, Adjt or RCMO will have access to the most recent Army Briefing note and other relevant policy letters. You will help those soldiers better by going through the CoC in this instance.

Edited for spooling.
 
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rvann81 said:
Does anyone have any information about what the army is about the South african mercenary law? I have a couple of soldiers that are quite worried and no one can give us a striaght answer.
You've been a member of ARRSE since December 05 and this is your first attempt at a post, How Lame!! Your use of the Queens English suggest the You DON'T have soldiers under your command, As previously said use your CoC.
 

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