Based on my knowledge of the HBO series "Band of Brothers", you can face disciplinary action for failure to meet a timing of which you were unaware. However, you may be able to formally present a defense at a later time.
In the current system there are simply too many reasons why a reserve member on class B service doesn't get paid on time;
1. Class B contract not entered into the system.
2. Contract entered, but not certified (possibly awaiting confirmation of arrival).
3. Certified, but not activated.
Any truth to the reintroduction of the rank of Lance Corporal or the elimination of the appointment of Master Corporal?
I keep hearing this same rumor from various knowledgeable and well-informed members.
Reserve units tend to have minimal recruiting over the summer months, as most personnel are away on taskings and courses, and would recommend you wait until late August before attempting to contact a unit you are interested in joining.
Unless you left the forces under bad terms, that is to say...
As stated, it depends on the type of unit and to an extent which RSS position you are going into.
Generally, the difference between Class B and BA is the duration of the contract, with Class BA being for permanent positions and typically 3 years. Its important to know that the full-time staff...
Unfortunately, I simply do not know enough to come up with a ideal fleet for the Canadian Navy.
I was, however, fortunate enough to have a look around the HDMS Absalon this summer with some far more knowledgeable friends and I was very impressed. Given the modular nature of the vessel, could we...