Which court in the federal system reviews the convictions of military personnel who have violated military law?

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That would be the US COurt of Military Appeals. However, only convictions of Courts Martial are reviewed. and not automatically. The findings of the Court Martial must be appealed in order to be reviweed. Article 15's and unit level disciplinary actions are not appealable.
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