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Works under MDS 343.730143
- A Question of Loyalty: Gen. Billy Mitchell and the Court-Martial That Gripped the Nation by Douglas C. Waller
- The Challenge: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Fight over Presidential Power by Jonathan Mahler
- Tarnished Eagles: The Court-Martial of Fifty Union Colonels and Lieutenant Colonels by Thomas P. Lowry
- A Hanging Offense: The Strange Affair of the Warship Somers by Buckner F. Melton Jr.
- Ungentlemanly Acts: The Army's Notorious Incest Trial by Louise K. Barnett
- Eight o'clock ferry to the windward side : seeking justice in Guantánamo Bay by Clive Stafford Smith
- Detainee 002: The Case of David Hicks by Leigh Sales
- A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War by Jeff Stein
- Military Tribunals And Presidential Power: American Revolution To The War On Terrorism by Louis Fisher
- Justice and the Enemy: Nuremberg, 9/11, and the Trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed by William Shawcross
- Those Gallant Men: On Trial in Vietnam by John S. Berry
- The Vietnam War on Trial: The My Lai Massacre and Court-Martial of Lieutenant Calley (Landmark Law Cases and American Society) by Michal R. Belknap
- Don't Shoot That Boy! Abraham Lincoln and Military Justice by Thomas P. Lowry
- Tarnished Scalpels: The Court-Martials of Fifty Union Surgeons by Thomas P. Lowry
- The Guantanamo Lawyers: Inside a Prison Outside the Law by Jonathan Hafetz
- Court-Martial at Parris Island: The Ribbon Creek Incident by John C. Stevens
- Assault at West Point, the Court Martial of Johnson Whittaker by John F. Marszalek
- The Court-Martial of Clayton Lonetree by Lake Headley
- Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure by David A. Schlueter
- The Trials of Abu Ghraib: An Expert Witness Account of Shame and Honor by S. G. Mestrovic
- Manual for Courts-Martial United States, 1951: Effective 31 May 1951 by United States War Dept.
- The Secrets of Abu Ghraib Revealed: American Soldiers on Trial by Christopher Graveline
- Military Justice in Vietnam: The Rule of Law in an American War by William Thomas Allison
- Democracy Detained: Secret Unconstitutional Practices in the U.S. War on Terror by Barbara Olshansky
- Military Justice in America: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, 1775-1980 by Jonathan Lurie
- Treatise on Courts Martial and Military Law, A: Containing an Explanation of the Principles which Govern Courts Martial and Courts of Inquiry, Under the Authority of an Individual State, and of the United States, un War and Peace. The Powers and Duties of Individuals in the Army, Navy, and Militia; and the Punishments to Which They May be Liable, Respectively, for Violations of Duty. by Isaac Maltby
- The Court-Martial of Lieutenant Henry Flipper (Southwestern Studies) by Charles M. Robinson, III
- Rule Of Law And The Law Of War: Military Commissions And Enemy Combatants Post 9/11 (Studies in Political Science (Lewis by Leonard Cutler
- Military Justice: A Guide to the Issues (Contemporary Military, Strategic, and Security Issues) by Lawrence J. Morris
- Three Days In August: A U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier's Fight for Military Justice by Bob McCarty
- The National Security Court System: A Natural Evolution of Justice in an Age of Terror by Glenn Sulmasy
- Obama's Guantánamo: Stories from an Enduring Prison by Jonathan Hafetz
- Vietnam Stories: A Judge's Memoir by Jack Crouchet
- Military Commissions Act of 2006: Analyses by Jennifer K. Elsea
- A guide to military criminal law by Michael J. Davidson
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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