Who doesn't? We all want that. The difference is, Jerry thinks TRA/NAR
should ignore any laws and regulations that inconvenience him in any
way. He also blames TRA/NAR for every law and regulation ever written
regarding rocketry (including those that predate both orgs) as if all
government agencies are mere pawns of TRA/NAR.
If he doesn't like the current laws, he has the same options as the
rest of us: He can ignore them AT HIS OWN RISK; or he can work with
the government agencies (or through the courts) to have them changed.
On 6 Nov 2005 16:52:41 -0800, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
God. Will you guys just freakin' get over it? All of you. Jerry
It's old. It's dead. It's been beat, and re-beat, and re-re-beat
over, and over, and nothing has changed. And it won't change.
We've CPR'd it. We've defibrilated it. It's dead Jim.
Yeah, I guess in this case the ongoing cat fight is kind of a fixture.
You know, like the "It's a Small World Ride" at Disney. No matter how
progressive, or expansive the park gets, that ride will probably be
there for eons. Not heavily trafficed, and relegated to the corner,
but a "fixture" nonetheless...
Guess I'll just have to retrain myself to ignore the constant rantings
of the omnipresent lunatic minds here on RMR...
Speaking of which, so where's Chris?
You are absolutely correct in your explanation of what a court marshal
is, (a trial). However, all US military court martial convictions are
legally equivalent to a federal felony conviction. It matters not if
the courts martial conviction is the result of Summary, Special, or
General Courts martial trial.
CMSgt, USAF Retired
Normally, only a general court martial conviction is equivalent to a
felony conviction. A felony is a crime for which the punishment in
federal law may be death or imprisonment for more than one year. A
summary court-martial may only impose restriction for two months or
less. A special court-martial may impose confinement for no more than
six months. A general court-martial may impose any punishment that is
not otherwise prohibited by the UCMJ, including the death penalty when
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