§ Mr. Monro
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will have consultations with the Government of Tonga with a view to the establishment of a
Reserve Membership Training commitment (in any one year) Royal Navy and Royal Marines a. Retired List Officers … RN/RM officers who have completed service on the active list and are in receipt of retired pay and/or Service gratuity None b. Emergency List Officer … RN/RM officers who have completed Supplementary List, short service or extended service engagements or, having been released from the Active List for private reasons, volunteer to enrol in the Emergency List None c. Royal Fleet Reserve … Ex-naval ratings and marines under age 45 who have a reserve liability following a period of Regular service None d. Naval Pensioners … Ex-naval ratings and marines who have completed sufficient Regular service to qualify for a Service pension None Army e. Regular Army Reserve of Officers. … Retired Regular Army and short service officers and officers with previous service in the Army Emergency Reserve, the Territorial Army or the Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve None f. Regular Reserve … Ex-Regular soldiers who have a reserve liability following a period of Regular service 12 to 15 days continuous training, depending on category g. Long Term Reserve … All men joining the Regular Army on or after 28th February 1964 from completion of Regular service until reaching age 45 None h. Army Pensioners … Ex-Regular soldiers who have completed sufficient service to qualify for a Service pension None
Reserve Membership Training commitment (in any one year) Royal Air Force i. RAF Retired Officers … Officers who have retired from permanent or emergency commissions after completing sufficient service to qualify for retired pay None
Royal Navy and RAF base on the islands; and if he will make a statement.