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Unformatted text preview: 2.1.1 We took the British Articles of War as our own (ex: known and recognized Caste System within the military) 3 1787 Ratified Constitution 3.1 President commands the military, Congress regulates the military 3.2 Congress updated the Articles of War in 1806 -- became the Military laws up until 1951 4 UCMJ-Uniform Code of Military Justice (post-WWII) 4.1 President decides how it is implemented in the Manual of the Courts-Martial (MCM) 3 Military shows up in the Bill of Rights (Amendments 2 and 3)--right to bear arms and quartering soldiers 1.1 Mention of the Military in The Constitution: Amendment 15, Section 3; Bill of Rights, Amendments 2, 3 and 5; Article 1, Sections 8 and 10; Article 3, Section 3; Article 2, Section 2...
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- Fall '08
- Military Adultery Law, British military law