What Are Military Tribunals?

Answer A military tribunal, also called a military commission, differs from a civilian court of law. After the 9/11 attacks, President George W. Bush established that terrorists against the United States... Read More »

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What is the difference between civilian tribunals and courts martial?

MILITARY COMMISSIONCRIMES: Defined by the Defense DepartmentPRESIDING OFFICIAL: A military lawyer, called a judge advocate, who is appointed and acts as a member the panel.DELIBERATORS: A panel of ... Read More »

The Republicans feed the military and Arm the military and Train the military and Fund the military far greater than the democrats do so why would the military THEN be stacked against republicans?

I'm Fed by our Cooks, Armed by my Armorer, Trained by my Non-Commissioned Officers, and Funded by Congress.Nowhere in a chow line, weapons card line, training office, or finance office have I ever ... Read More »

What percentage of military personnel actually take advantage of military tuition offers and complete degrees while in the military?

For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this ... Read More »

How does earl of Wessex have the right to wear Military Uniform when after all he flunked out of the Military Also am I to understand that the medal he wore at the armistice Service were not Military?

the 3 core values. integrity first service before self excellence in all you do.