§ 39. Mr. Lipson
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has taken steps to increase the military training of members of the Royal Army Pay Corps, and 1846 other non-combatant services, to enable them to be prepared to defend themselves against attack in the event of the need arising?
§ Mr. Lipson
Is my hon. Friend aware that that answer is similar to the one which he gave me two or three weeks ago, when I asked whether it might not be increased; and is he further aware that his answer will give very great dissatisfaction to many men serving who are anxious to have more training? Will he consider whether they cannot have some physical training?
§ Sir Francis Fremantle
Could not the excellent example of the Army Medical Service in this matter be followed?