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captain's mast

n.
A disciplinary hearing involving a minor infraction of naval discipline allegedly committed by an enlisted person.

cap′tain's mast`


n.
a session at which the captain of a naval ship hears cases against enlisted personnel.
[1940–45]
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Details of the nonjudicial punishment is expected with the release of an investigation conducted by the US military into the incident, which, according to officials, concludes that the airstrike on the hospital was largely a mistake.
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Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), both Article 15 (or nonjudicial punishment (NJP)) and summary courts-martial (SCMs) enable commanders to swiftly dispose of "minor offenses.
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In these cases, initial disposition can be a full range of actions, including: taking no action, forwarding the case to a superior or subordinate commander, taking administrative action, initiating nonjudicial punishment, or making a referral to court-martial," said Maj.
While I am not advocating, nor even suggesting, that General McChrystal and his subordinates should have been court-martialed, serious considerations of nonjudicial punishment (NJP) under Article 15, UCMJ, should not have been ignored or discarded.
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other adverse administrative actions 17% administrative discharges 5% nonjudicial punishment 36% courts-martial 42% Note: Table made from pie chart.
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