A person who is not subject to service law1 under the Armed Forces Act 2006 may be a civilian subject to service discipline if he falls within one of the following categories2:
(1) he is in one of Her Majesty's aircraft3 in flight4;
(2) he is in one of Her Majesty's ships5 afloat6;
(3) he is in service custody7 or he is in the course of being arrested, or of having an attempted arrest made of him, by a person who has a duty under service law to apprehend him8;
(4) he is a Crown servant9 whose sole or
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