MILITARY JUSTICE ACT OF 2016 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR COURT -MARTIAL CONVENING AUTHORITIES AND OFFICERS AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER NONJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT:
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SUBJ//MILITARY JUSTICE ACT OF 2016 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR COURT -MARTIAL
CONVENING AUTHORITIES AND OFFICERS AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER NONJUDICIAL
REF/B/DOC/10 U.S.C. SECTIONS 801-946//
NARR//REF A IS THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT, PUBLIC LAW NUMBER 114-
328 SECTION 5001, UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE REFORM.
REF B IS TITLE 10, U.S. CODE, SECTION 801, UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY
RMKS/1. Effective 1 January 2019, reference (a) takes effect and directs
numerous changes to reference (b). Court martial convening authorities and
officers authorized to administer Non-Judicial Punishment shall ensure they
understand the changes to reference (b) prior to 1 January 2019. Judge
advocates have received training on the changes to reference (b) and have
training materials available.
2. The following judge advocates are available to provide training and
a. the unit assigned or servicing staff judge advocate or region staff
b. Immediate Superior in Command staff judge advocate and
c. respective Region Legal Service Offices (RLSO).
There are nine RLSOs located throughout the Navy and their respective contact
information can be found at
3. Point of contact is LCDR Jennifer Luce, OJAG (Code 20), who can be
reached at (202) 685-7058/DSN 325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
5. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//