Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher will return to court Wednesday where jurors will decide whether he should serve jail time for posing with an Islamic State captive's corpse.
“Flynn could commit murder today, and be convicted ... and still retain his retired general status with pension,” one expert said.
Trump's Outrageous 'Proclamation' About Transgender Persons Serving In The Military Is Ignorant, Immoral And Un-American
This is a shame and a tragedy for our nation.
Senator McCain has single-handedly created the appearance that the Bergdahl's military tribunal will be biased against him
The United States Air Force declares its core values as "Integrity First, Service Before Self, Excellence in All We Do." However, the treatment and trial of Air Force 1st Lt. Joshua Seefried is an affront to those values.
The top military commanders in the Pentagon have argued that reforming the military justice system as proposed would undermine good order and discipline. This is exactly the same argument that was originally made to oppose ending "don't ask don't tell."
The insufficiency of this catch phrase as justification for opposing policy changes on issues of critical importance to our nation sound eerily familiar to those of us involved in previous efforts to change military policies.
Air Force General Defends Decision To Overturn Sex Assault Conviction: Criticism Is 'Utter Nonsense'
Franklin had overturned the conviction of Lt. Col. James Wilkerson, who in November was found guilty by courts martial of
Hagel noted in his memo that the credibility of the military justice system is critical to addressing the epidemic of military
A Review of Sexual Misconduct by Basic Training Instructors at Lackland Air Force Base: House Armed Services Committee Testimony
Like the checks and balances that are currently in place for civilians, all we are asking for is the same. While civilians have various routes of redress to get justice for the crime perpetrated against them, service members are too often dependent on one person's individual discretion.
Private Danny Chen was found dead in 2011 in a guard tower after weeks of physical abuse and unrelenting racial taunts by superiors. Can military courts deliver justice to a subordinate hazed by his superiors?
By the time Marine Staff Sgt. Jamie Walton went to trial on rape charges, his accuser had changed her story several times