I have recently arrived in a tri-Service unit where anyone charged (mainly Army) are done so under the RAF Act 1955. This goes back to when the unit first set up and there some tenuous links with a nearby RAF Station. I am trying to establish if this is right. Having asked around, I have heard of some units where everyone is charged under one of the Services' Acts, and others (particularly people coming back from Iraq) who have said that any individual is charged under his or her own Act, ie, Army Act 1955, RAF Act or Naval Discipline Act. Anyone have any ideas as to what is correct, and where I can find out. Is it valid for a soldier to be charged under the RAF Act, or does it really matter? Cheers for any thoughts people have.