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The Officer"s guide

The Officer"s guide

a ready reference on customs and correct procedures which pertain to commissioned officers of the Army of the United States

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Published by Military Service Pub. Co. in Harrisburg, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Militia,
  • Military life,
  • Officers" handbooks,
  • Handbooks, manuals,
  • United States,
  • United States. Army

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU133 .O48 1943
    The Physical Object
    Pagination540 p. :
    Number of Pages540
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24959563M
    OCLC/WorldCa9975006

    Written by Kenneth P. The Adjutant is responsible for ensuring Chapter members are aware of the times and locations of meetings. State and put to vote all questions that legitimately come before the Chapter as motions The Officers guide book that otherwise arise in the course of the proceedings and announce the results of each vote; or, if a motion is made that is not in order, to rule it out of order. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the worldand other notations in the work. All checks or vouchers issued by the Chapter Treasurer may be countersigned by the Commander. The powers of punishment of a commanding officer are listed in the table to article

    The Adjutant is responsible for notifying officers, committee members and delegates of their election or appointment, as well as furnishing committees with whatever documents are required for the performance of their duties. Shirt pocket sized for convenient use in the field. The Commander also serves as the official spokesperson for the Chapter in the community and may not serve as Chapter Adjutant or Treasurer. Right to appeal. This responsibility includes, without limitation, implementation of sound financial management practices and the purchase of insurance to cover theft losses.

    This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Reception of evidence. The Adjutant is responsible for ensuring Chapter members are aware of the times and locations of meetings. However, the accused may bring this issue to the attention of the presiding officer by raising it before or during the summary trial.


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The Officer"s guide Download PDF Ebook

The officer presiding at the summary trial will hear and consider aIl evidence that the officer determines to be relevant in deciding whether or not the accused committed the offence charged and, where applicable, imposing an appropriate sentence. If there was one book that provided me with sound advice and practical day-to-day guidance to being an officer, this book was it.

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As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Procurement of witnesses. A court martial has significantly greater powers of The Officers guide book than an officer conducting a summary trial. Where an accused has been offered the right to elect to be tried by court martial, the assisting officer must ensure that the accused is aware of the following: the nature and gravity of any offence with which the accused has been charged; and the differences between a summary trial and a court martial see paragraph Should the accused not be able to make an election within the prescribed period, an extension may be requested.

The offences that may be tried by a commanding officer are some of the less serious military offences under the National Defence Act NDA and a limited number of civil offences laid under section of the NDA that are considered to have an important impact on the maintenance of internal unit discipline.

The Adjutant is responsible for the membership records and should make certain that they are kept up to date. Powers of punishment. DiRaddo received his Juris Doctorate at the St.

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That officer will also try to obtain the attendance of civilian witnesses, by seeking their cooperation, bearing in mind that he does not have authority to issue a summons to compel civilian witnesses to attend a summary trial. The vast majority of charges under the Code of Service Discipline are dealt with by summary trial.

The accused's refusal to make an election will be interpreted as an election to be tried by court martial, and the accused will be so advised.

The Adjutant is responsible for ensuring Chapter members are aware of the times and locations of meetings. The following officers may conduct summary trials as superior commanders: officers of the rank of brigadier-general and above and officers appointed by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

The following are some of the membership transactions that will appear from time to time on the report shown in Figure 2. There is no appeal from the findings and sentence of a summary trial.

At a court martial, a military judge, the Court Martial Administrator or the court martial may, by summons, compel the attendance of any witness, civilian or military.

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The officer exercising summary trial jurisdiction will arrange for the attendance of aIl military witnesses at trial. Prior to the accused making an election with respect to trial by court martial, The Officers guide book assisting officer shall ensure that the accused is aware of: the nature and gravity of any offence with which the accused has been charged; and the differences The Officers guide book trial by court martial and trial by summary trial, including the differences between: the powers of punishment of a court martial and a summary trial, the accused's rights to representation at a court martial and assistance at a summary trial, the rules governing reception of evidence at a court martial and a summary trial, and the accused's right to appeal the finding The Officers guide book sentence of a court martial and to submit a request for review of a summary trial.The officers' guide and farmers' manual, containing a comprehensive collection of judicial and business forms, adapted to the jurisprudence of Indiana, with an explanation of law phrases and techincal terms, both Latin and French; to which is prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the U.

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This Chapter Officer Guide is intended to help new officers get their feet on the ground and to act as a reference for those who’ve served for years.

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