Definición de general court-martial en inglés:

general court-martial

Silabificación: gen·er·al court-mar·tial


  • A court-martial for trying serious offenses, consisting of at least five officers with the authority to impose a sentence of dishonorable discharge or death.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Two commanders of regional readiness commands have even requested and been granted general court-martial convening authority as a test.
    • He could order another general court-martial.
    • Today, however, the US commander might have one additional option: try the lieutenant before a US general court-martial.