This definition appears very rarely
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Shekhawat (who sold 11 weapons) and Neeraj Rana (who sold five weapons) -- after a hyped General Court Martial was mere forfeiture of pay hike and seniority ranging from three years to one year and "severe reprimand".
If you are busted on base, expect an Article 15 along with forfeiture of pay and possibly loss of a stripe or two.
15) Subject to statutory and jurisdictional limitations, (16) the RCM authorizes the imposition of two distinct means of financial sanctions at a court-martial: a forfeiture of pay and allowances and a punitive fine.
Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), the maximum possible punishment for a premeditated murder conviction is a dishonorable discharge from the forces, demotion to the lowest enlisted grade and total forfeiture of pay and allowances.
In order to avoid other ambiguous circumstances, the proposed model does address some of the actions dealing with forfeiture of pay and reduction in pay grade.
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.