Articles of War

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Articles of War

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1. (Historical Terms) the disciplinary and legal procedures by which the naval and military forces of Great Britain were bound before the 19th century
2. (Military) the disciplinary and legal procedures by which the naval and military forces of Great Britain were bound before the 19th century
3. (Historical Terms) the regulations of the US army, navy, and air force until the Uniform Code of Military Justice replaced them in 1951
4. (Military) the regulations of the US army, navy, and air force until the Uniform Code of Military Justice replaced them in 1951
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Reins and whip and coachman and guard, however, in combination, had read that article of war which forbade a purpose otherwise strongly in favour of the argument, that some brute animals are endued with Reason; and the team had capitulated and returned to their duty.
Therefore, the Army was left to try him under Article of War 62 or turn
Article of War 15 came into existence as part of the 1916 revisions to the Articles of War.
Article 21 of the current UCMJ is based on Article of War 15.
2) Violation of the 93rd Article of War, with the further specification that "with intent to do bodily harm, [he] commit[ed] an assault upon Jonas Amponfie, by striking him on the back with a pistol and by shooting at him with a dangerous weapon".
Article of War 87 expressly stated that "no officer, non-commissioned officer, soldier, or follower of the army, shall be tried a second time for the same offence.
The platoon leader may face charges over the violation of the Article of War or conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman or conduct of a nature that brings discredit upon the military service, Hao said.
14) Under the 75th Article of War, a conviction for "misbehavior before the enemy" required some nexus between the accused's acts and the enemy forces.
22) Acting under the 38th Article of War, he appointed Maj.
The tribunal convicted Pena of violating Article of War 97 (disorder and neglect to the prejudice of good order and military discipline).