Indeed. I joined the army in the late 1980s. Us recruits were mucked around from day break to sun down, and all points in between. It was hard work. Tough but fair, as I reckon lots on here might say.I have understood that point, I am just amazed as it goes against all I had believed to be true. It didn't used to be that way.
The Service Justice System (as it has become) is more equitable than previous. That’s not a bad thing: Judge Advocates spend time on the Civilian Court Circuit and are much less likely to tolerate poorly prepared cases.