Veteran's Courts: Are They Enough?
Vets and the Law: America's Shameful Minority
by Gordon Duff, Staff Writer
Troops, while serving, live under the UCMJ, the Uniform Code of Military Justice with a combination of judicial and non-judicial legal systems. Our soldiers are also under a command structure meant to afford them continual feedback on their career status and support them in every way.
Too often, this structure, meant to aid our military families, the people who secure our nation, fails, sometimes miserably. Often, however it works and is making improvements every day. Our national defense demands this and demands this system itself is accounted for.
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