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The service members pleaded guilty and received "nonjudicial" punishments as part of the agreements, meaning they will not get criminal charges, but could only face reduction in rank, restriction to a military base, extra duties, forfeiture of pay or a reprimand.
Non-judicial punishment may include reduction in rank, restriction to a military base, extra duties, forfeiture of pay, a reprimand, or a combination of these measures.
The administrative punishments -- which could include things like reduce rank or forfeiture of pay -- fell short of criminal prosecution, and it was unclear whether they would satisfy Afghan demands for justice.
As previously discussed, a convening authority can waive the automatic forfeiture of pay and allowances only if the accused is otherwise entitled to such pay and allowances.
A punishment of seven days' restrictions and nine days' forfeiture of pay was administered, but LAC Khan appealed and the disciplinary action was not taken.
Despite the skipper's lawyer earlier saying Waddle would likely receive a letter of reprimand, sources close to the investigation believe Waddle will instead face a one-month confinement and forfeiture of pay.
In the Army, maximum punishment for hazing includes up to a year confinement, forfeiture of pay and allowances, and dishonorable discharge.
The maximum punishment for a premeditated murder conviction is death, dishonorable discharge from the armed forces, reduction to the lowest enlisted grade and total forfeiture of pay and allowances, Col Kolb said.