Rules of Saluting in the UK Armed Forces

Who Do You Have To Salute? Saluting is a form of paying a compliment and, apart from the requirement to salute the individuals and the occasions mentioned in Queen’s Regulations’ and ceremonial publications for the single Services, it is rarely wrong for an individual to salute another individual. In a number of establishments it is… Read More

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British Army Recruitment & Temperamental Unsuitability

Research Paper Title Issues In Temperamental Unsuitability Re-Examining Concepts And Current Practice In The British Army. Abstract Currently, in the UK military, and particularly in the Army, a significant number of personnel are regularly discharged on the grounds of being assessed as “Temperamentally Unsuitable (TU) for military duties”, under Queen’s Regulations (QRs): (Army) 9.414 and 9.434 (1). In the last two years (2001-2003), preliminary… Read More