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Military Justice and the Law of War

Military Justice and the Law of War

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Published by: United States Militia on Sep 18, 2009
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10/20/2011

 
MCI 8202
MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE
STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERSADVANCED DISTANCE EDUCATIONPROGRAM
MILITARY JUSTICE AND LAWOF WAR
 
MARINE BARRACKSWASHINGTON, DC
 
 
MCI Course 8202
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Course Introduction
MILITARY JUSTICE (8202)Course Introduction
Scope
An outstanding Marine SNCO must be able to train and advise Marines on avast variety of subjects. Marine SNCOs must be technically and tacticallyproficient in many areas to accomplish this responsibility.This course covers many subjects that will enhance your ability to assist junior Marines and commanders to better understand Military Justice. Thiscourse is an overview of the military justice system, with highlights in areasthat are used more frequently by a senior SNCO whose responsibility is tohave extensive knowledge to assist both junior and senior Marines in theircommand. One key to leadership is knowledge. You must be able to answer junior Marines’ questions, show them how to verify those answers, and trainthem to become knowledgeable leaders.
Table of Contents
The following is the table of contents for this course.
Study Unit Title Page
-- Course Introduction i1 Introduction to Military Law 1-12 Article 31 Rights 2-13 Punitive Investigations 3-14 Advise Marines on Non-judicial PunishmentProcess4-15 Impact of Violating the Standing Rules of Engagement5-1-- Review Lesson Exercise R-1
EstimatedStudy Time
You will spend about 10 hours, 30 minutes completing this course. Thisincludes the time you will need to study the text, complete the exercises, andtake the final exam.
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MCI Course 8202
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Course Introduction
Course Introduction,
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ReserveRetirementCredits
You earn three retirement credits for completing this course. You earnreserve retirement credits at the rate of one credit for each 3 hours of estimated study time.Note: Reserve retirement credits are not awarded for the MCI study you doduring drill periods if awarded credits for drill attendance.
Summary
The table below summarizes all important “gateways” needed to successfullycomplete this course.
Step When you Then you will For moreinformation
1 Enroll in the program Receive yourprogram materialRefer to the ProgramIntroduction2 Complete the self-paced textArrange to take thefinal examinationRefer to the ProgramIntroduction3 Pass the finalexaminationReceive a coursecompletioncertificateRefer to the ProgramIntroduction

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