street fighting in uniform ..

#2
he'd lose
 
#5
Did you say TA?

Answer....... He'd get filled in.
 
#6
Nothing. You are not subject to military law whilst not signed in.

That said, you might be subject to AGAI action for bringing the army into disrepute.


msr
 
#8
Fantastic, five answers, all timed 9.50pm, all saying roughly the same. Were like a bunch of synchronised women on their period.
 
#9
msr said:
Nothing. You are not subject to military law whilst not signed in.

That said, you might be subject to AGAI action for bringing the army into disrepute.


msr
msr, you're being too kind, give in to the calling, let rip at the stupid question. :twisted:
 
#10
Jacob1650 said:
Fantastic, five answers, all timed 9.50pm, all saying roughly the same. Were like a bunch of synchronised women on their period.
well said, now do one..................
 
#11
Jacob1650 said:
Fantastic, five answers, all timed 9.50pm, all saying roughly the same. Were like a bunch of synchronised women on their period.
Nah, I think of it as keyboard Tourettes Syndrome. I read the OP and couldn't stop myself taking the rip.
 
#12
A 'street fight'? is this apposed to all the organised bouts you regularly see members of the territorials involved in whilst in uniform or had he stumbled into an episode of ultimate force?
 
#13
Would the same thing happen if the uniformed, off duty TA bloke was involved in a cage fight or pub brawl?
 
#15
yea he'd still lose cage r not
 
#18
3_Peco_Seconds_GO said:
If a TA guy was to get involved in a street fight while in uniform but off duty what would happen to him ?
Street fight? Check you out Ryu, did you mean brawling in public whilst wearing the Queen's uniform?
 
#20
3_Peco_Seconds_GO said:
msr said:
Nothing. You are not subject to military law whilst not signed in.

msr
Thank you ..


And no it wasnt me ... no I cant be arsed going into detail ...
Don't take that quote of of context... AGAI action is a distinct possibility as it is not part of military law.

msr
 

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