Latest "COURT MARTIAL" stories
A review petition filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on May 16 alleges that prosecutors ignored key evidence that affected the life sentence of former Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, convicted in 2013 of killing 16 Afghan villagers.
A master sergeant with the 315th Security Forces Squadron at Joint Base Charleston in South Carolina will face a court-martial next month on charges of possession of child pornography.
'Different spanks for different ranks': Lawmaker questions lack of courts-martial for Air Force generals
A leading lawmaker has called out the Air Force for never court-martialing a single general officer in its entire history, suggesting it shows higher-ranking airmen face different standards of punishment.
An Air Force Academy cadet accused of sexual assault and abusive sexual contact was found not guilty at a general court-martial Wednesday.
By Charlsy Panzino
It’s a move that will have a potentially far-reaching impact on all services and service members up and down the chain of command.
By Military Times Editorial