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(3)Where any person at the beginning of the period of the present emergency is serving as a person called out or as a person under training, and immediately before he was called out or immediately before the beginning of his period of training, as the case may be, he was serving as a . . . F2fireman, then—
(a)he shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to have ceased to serve as a . . . F2fireman immediately after the beginning of the period of the present emergency in order to serve in His Majesty’s forces; and
(b)in the case of a person who at the beginning of the period of the present emergency is serving as a person under training—
(i)if and when, but not before, he fails to resume service as a . . . F2fireman before the expiration of two months from the end of the period which by virtue of subsection (1) of section two of this Act is treated as a period of approved service in his case, he shall be deemed for the purposes of Article 7 of the Military Training (Consequential Provisions) Order, 1939, not to have resumed duty as a . . . F2fireman at the end of his period of training; and
(ii)in any other case he shall be deemed for the purposes of that Article to have resumed such duty at the end of his period of training.
(4)In this section the expression “called out” has the same meaning as in the Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Consequential Provisions) Order 1939, and the expressions “person under training” and “period of training” have respectively the same meanings as in the Military Training (Consequential Provisions) Order 1939.
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