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Is Court-martialing Military Retirees Unconstitutional? Two Cases May Change UCMJ Jurisdiction.

It is a little known fact: only some military retirees remain subject to the UCMJ after leaving service. Enlisted Sailors and Marines who complete 20-29 years of active duty actually transfer to the Fleet Reserve or the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve instead of the Regular Retired List. Officers, Reservists, and other branches simply retire after …

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Army Holds Fort Hood Leadership Accountable After an Investigation Report Finds “toxic” Culture That “fueled” Sexual Harassment

In the months since the discovery of the dismembered and burned remains of U.S. Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen, a Fort Hood soldier who disappeared on April 22, the case has captured the attention of celebrities, lawmakers, and other public figures, and has drawn outrage from women in the military and Latinos. In July, Ryan D. …

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New Year Could Bring First Ever Court-Martial For an Air Force General Officer

On January 27, 2021, the Air Force will hold a preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to send the case of Air Force Major General William Cooley to court-martial. This would be the first court-martial of a general officer in Air Force history. General Cooley is accused of making “unwanted sexual advances …

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