Related Rule
Ecuador
Practice Relating to Rule 146. Reprisals against Protected Persons
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “Reprisals are forbidden to be taken against: 1. Prisoners of war …”. It also provides: “Prisoners of war may not be subjected to collective punishment nor may reprisal action be taken against them.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, §§ 6.2.3.2 and 11.8.1.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “Reprisals are forbidden to be taken against: … 2. Wounded, sick and shipwrecked persons.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 6.2.3.2.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “Reprisals are forbidden to be taken against: … 4. Hospitals and medical facilities, personnel, and equipment.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 6.2.3.2.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “Reprisals may be taken against enemy armed forces, [and] enemy civilians other than those in occupied territory.” It adds: “Reprisals are forbidden to be taken against: … 3. Civilians in occupied territory”. The manual also provides: “Interned civilians … may not be subjected to collective punishment or acts of reprisal.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, §§ 6.2.3 and 11.9.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “Reprisals may be taken against enemy armed forces, [and] enemy civilians other than those in occupied territory.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 6.2.3.