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  • Your rights and responsibilities as a soldier: a guide.

    All this talk of A7 and people quoting it at every oppertunity has gotten me a little flustered, because few people really know what it contains, including me (even after all the lectures). So I did a little research and picked out the relevant points in relation to one's rights while working for the DF. This isnt an exercise in quoting A7 (although I did take a part of it) word for word, but highlighting the relevant sections (IMO) of law and quoting them in a way that is understandable.

    This excercise was really a reaction to NCO's not being able to do their job because either someone above or below him told him "you cant do that, thats A7". The examples given below are from A7, print it out so the next time an officer pulls you, pull it out of your pocket and ask him to show you where it breachs A7.

    So feel free to correct any mistakes or try to make it more readable! Hopefully someone will find it usefull.
    Last edited by Itchy; 27 July 2006, 16:53.
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    Much better than 3 long posts.
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      A7 available at http://www.rdfra.ie/regulations/a7.shtml
      "Are they trying to shoot down the other drone? "

      "No, they're trying to fly the tank"

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        Similar (if not the same info here):
        http://www.military.ie/pr/publicatio...harassment.htm

        Response to a challenge in the workplace:
        http://www.military.ie/images/pdfs%2...ace%202004.pdf

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