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Court-Martial Jurisdiction Does Apply to Retirees, Says Air Force CCA
Court-Martial Jurisdiction Does Apply to Retirees, Says Air Force CCA

The Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) has affirmed that it is sometimes possible and necessary to bring a retired service member before court-martial for judgement and penalties relating to pending criminal accusations. To some, the decision contradicts the purpose ...

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