(1) Section 191—
(a) applies to service as a member of the naval, military or air forces of the Crown but subject to the following provisions of this section, and
(b) applies to employment by an association established for the purposes of Part XI of the Reserve Forces Act 1996.
(2) The provisions of this Act which have effect by virtue of section 191 in relation to service as a member of the naval, military or air forces of the Crown are—
(a) Part I,
[(aa) in Part V, [sections [43M,] 45A, 47C and 47D,] and sections 48 and 49 so far as relating to [those sections],]
[(ab) section 47C,]
(b) in Part VI, sections [55 to 57B],
(c) Parts VII and VIII,
(d) in Part IX, sections 92 and 93,
(e) Part X, apart
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