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The adjutant general or the commanding officer of a battalion or similar unit may appoint a special court-martial but the special court-martial may in any case be appointed by superior authority when it considers the appointment desirable. A special court-martial may try any person subject to the military code of Alaska, except a commissioned or warrant officer, for any crime of a purely military nature made punishable as such by military law of the United States or the state. A special court-martial has the same powers of punishment as a general court-martial, except that a fine may not exceed $100.
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