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    افتراضي Navy officer seeks payout after abuse

    Navy officer seeks payout after abuse

    Navy officer seeks payout after abuse
    • May 16, 2006 - 6:49AM


    One of the navy's most senior female officers wants financial compensation for the abuse she suffered during a stellar career in the military, her father says.
    And the Australian navy could be moving towards some form of compensation, saying it is open to a mediation process.

    Former Lieutenant-Commander Robyn Fahy claims she suffered years of physical and mental abuse in the armed forces, and was beaten up on a daily basis.

    She has lashed out at the service she joined in 1986, also alleging the RAN intended to have her involuntarily committed to a psychiatric facility and she subsequently lost her job.

    Her career ended at Western Australia's HMAS Stirling base where she was stood down after the doctor's wrong diagnosis.

    An inquiry by the WA medical board into the conduct of the doctor found him guilty of misbehaviour on 22 counts.

    Ms Fahy's father, Tom, said his daughter did not want to resume her career in the military and was seeking financial compensation.

    "In the normal course of events she would have been a commander fairly soon after this business happened," he told ABC Radio.

    "She had a stellar career so she's had a considerable loss of income as a result in the difference between her pay as a lieutenant-commander and what it would have been as a commander - it's quite a big difference.

    "She would have been posted somewhere in the eastern states, she could have rented out her house in Western Australia, and she's had a lot of legal expenses which navy have refused to meet.

    "And then there's been the whole trauma of what she's been put through by them, so she's saying that she believes very firmly that she's been wronged.

    "I believe that too, and the outcome of the medical board confirms that."

    The Australian Defence Force said it had worked hard to try to resolve the matter.

    "Late last year, following receipt of specialist reports which supported the upgrade of her medical status, Lieutenant-Commander Fahy became fully employable and navy has attempted to generate with her a mutually agreed posting plan," ADF spokesman Colonel Andrew Nikolic told ABC Radio.

    But Mr Fahy said his daughter no longer wanted a navy career and deserved a payout from the defence force.

    He said the chief of the navy, Vice Admiral Russ Shalders, was now moving towards mediation.

    "She has now had an indication from the chief of navy that he is prepared to have her nominate an independent mediator to have the matter settled," Mr Fahy said.

    Labor has urged Defence Minister Brendan Nelson to intervene and says the case should be the subject of a judicial inquiry.

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