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His upcoming separation from active duty was cancelled and PVT Brennan instead found himself before a general court-martial convened by the VII Corps commander.
Based on the sheer brutality and nature of the crimes, it is our recommendation to proceed to a general court-martial," said prosecutor Major Rob Stelle at Joint Base Lewis-McChord outside Tacoma, Washington.
Military District of Washington commander Maj Gen Michael Linnington referred all charges against Private First Class Bradley Manning to a general court-martial, the US Army said.
If that investigation concludes there is probable cause to believe Hasan committed the murders, he will face a general court-martial.
Manila: A general court-martial decided to proceed with the trial of 28 soldiers involved in a failed coup against President Gloria Arroyo in 2006, a military spokesman said.
In today's "zero-tolerance" service, Mitchell's conviction by general court-martial would have doomed more than his career.
Articles 92, 107, 134 Sentence: December 2, 1975; as approved by the convening authority on January 29, 1976; United States Navy general court-martial convened at Okinawa, Japan, and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina; reprimand; loss of numbers on the promotion list; and a $1,000 fine * Marie Georgette Ginette Briere -- Gatineau, Quebec Offense: Possession of cocaine with intent to distribute; 21 U.
More severe punishment - a general court-martial that could have resulted in five years of confinement - was ruled out at that point.