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Anyone who understands the military knows that order, organization, and firm rules are defining features of the armed forces. Military personnel are held to a strict code of conduct, and soldiers are expected to treat their superiors with respect and obey the chain of command. As you might expect, this sense of discipline and routine extends to military law and punishments as well. The Manual for Courts-Martial (MCM) acts as the official guide for courts-martial in the United States, detailing and expanding upon the laws in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). To learn more about this important document and its regulations, please scroll down.

The Manual for Courts-Martial dates back to at least 1890, when Captain P. Henry Ray, Acting Judge Advocate, prepared  Instructions for Courts-Martial and Judge Advocates   under the direction of Brigadier General John R. Brooke of the Commanding Department. The Manual for Courts-Martial contains 5 parts and 27 appendices, with each part defining a different aspect of the military’s judicial court system. The manual has changed many times since then, with its most recent revisions occurring on May 15, 2013, by presidential order. Review Executive Order 13643 to see the specific amendments to the MCM.

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Anyone who understands the military knows that order, organization, and firm rules are defining features of the armed forces. Military personnel are held to a strict code of conduct, and soldiers are expected to treat their superiors with respect and obey the chain of command. As you might expect, this sense of discipline and routine extends to military law and punishments as well. The Manual for Courts-Martial (MCM) acts as the official guide for courts-martial in the United States, detailing and expanding upon the laws in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). To learn more about this important document and its regulations, please scroll down.

The Manual for Courts-Martial dates back to at least 1890, when Captain P. Henry Ray, Acting Judge Advocate, prepared  Instructions for Courts-Martial and Judge Advocates   under the direction of Brigadier General John R. Brooke of the Commanding Department. The Manual for Courts-Martial contains 5 parts and 27 appendices, with each part defining a different aspect of the military’s judicial court system. The manual has changed many times since then, with its most recent revisions occurring on May 15, 2013, by presidential order. Review Executive Order 13643 to see the specific amendments to the MCM.

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2008 Edition. Complete revision of the 2005 MCM incorporating all Executive Orders through September 28, 2007. Copies of each Executive Order can be found in Appendix 25.

Preparing for Martial Law: Through the Eyes of Col. Ryszard Kuklinski (Book and DVD) is available here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/041-015-00299-6

Anyone involved with the United States legal system should have access to this publication, especially lawyers working with government agencies and the military.  Law libraries may want a copy of this publication.


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