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The first class was held in January 1955 and "consisted of 18 enlisted men, representing 16 general court-martial jurisdictions in the continental United States.
] 201(f)(2)(C), a regulation prescribed by the President, withholds jurisdiction over mandatory capital cases from special courts-martial, but does provide for jurisdiction over non-mandatory capital offenses under two circumstances: (1) when permitted by an "officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction over the command which includes the accused"; and (2) when authorized by regulation by the Secretary concerned.
407(a)(5) (authorizing a commander exercising general court-martial jurisdiction to direct a pretrial investigation); id.