what is NJP in military terms n what does it mean?

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  • Non Judicial Punishment. means you got into trouble, but not badly. slap on the wrist type stuff, won’treally negatively impact your career unless you have a pattern of getting lots of them.

    sort of like Detention, versus suspension or expulsion.

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    what is NJP in military terms n what does it mean?

  • Nonjudicial punishment in the United States military, is a form of military discipline authorized by Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Nonjudicial punishment or “NJP” permits commanders to administratively discipline troops without a court-martial. Punishment can range from reprimand to reduction in rank, correctional custody (aboard ships only), loss of pay, extra duty, and/or restrictions. The receipt of nonjudicial punishment does not constitute a criminal conviction, but is often placed on the service record. The process for a nonjudicial punishment is governed by Part V of the Manual for Courts-Martial and by each service branch’s regulations.

    Nonjudicial punishment proceedings are known by different terms among the services. In the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force, nonjudicial punishment is referred to as Article 15; in the Marine Corps it is called being “NJP’d” or being sent to “Office Hours”. The U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard call nonjudicial punishment captain’s mast or admiral’s mast, depending of the rank of the commanding officer. It is known colloquially as a “Being Booked”.

  • Non Judaical Punishment ( NJP) it is the militaries way of punishing you without using a court martial

  • non judgnitial punishment basicly its means your not getting a court martail more than likely a article 15 means you dont go before a judge either a company commander or battilion commander gives it

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