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Counting of Former Royal Naval or Royal Marine service

And whereas Your Majesty was graciously pleased by Your Orders in Council of 16 December, 1912, 25 November, 1919, and 17 May, 1920, to approve, inter alia, the establishment of increased rates of pay after 3 years and after 6 years man's service for the Able Seaman and certain other equivalent ratings and ranks in Your Majesty's Naval and Marine Forces:

And whereas we consider it desirable that previous service in Your Majesty's Army or Air Force should be allowed, in certain circumstances, to reckon towards the qualifying periods for such increases of pay after entry in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines:

We beg leave humbly to recommend that Your Majesty may be graciously pleased, by Your Order in Council, to sanction for future entrants in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines, the counting of such former time, if acknowledged on entry, as "man's service" for the increases of pay specified, subject to the general conditions applicable to the counting of former Royal Naval or Royal Marine service for this purpose.


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Counting of Former time in Colonial Forces for Royal Naval or Royal Marine service
And whereas Your Majesty was graciously pleased by Your Orders in Council bearing the dates 16th December, 1912, 25th November, 1919, and 17th May, 1920, to approve, inter alia the establishment of increased rates of pay after 3 years and after 6 years man's service for the Able Seaman and certain other equivalent ratings and ranks in Your Majesty's Naval and Marine Forces:

And whereas we consider it desirable that previous active service in Colonial Forces (other than the South African Constabulary) should be allowed, in certain circumstances, to reckon towards the qualifying periods far such increases of pay after entry in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines:

We beg leave humbly to recommend that Your Majesty may be graciously pleased by Your Order in Council, to sanction for future entrants in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines, the counting of such former time, if acknowledged on entry, as "Man's Service" for the increases of pay specified, subject to the general conditions applicable to the counting of former Royal Naval or Royal Marine service for this purpose.


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