Article 80 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) pertains to attempts to commit offenses. It defines and addresses the act of committing an offense in military law even if the attempt is unsuccessful. It specifies that individuals who attempt to commit an offense can be subjected to punishment under the UCMJ, similar to those who successfully commit the offense.
You're a service member 24/7, even on leave. If charges come up against you, you can be recalled to answer for them.
Uniform Commercial Code was created in 1952.
One Tin Soldier was created in 1969.
The Uniform Commercial Code (Also known as the UCC) was first published in 1952, and it's goal is to harmonize the law of sales and other commercial matters in all 50 states of the USA.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice in the United States is a foundation of military law that makes rules for the government. They were established by the United States Congress to regulate and create laws for the government.
Any military demotion would have to be accomplished through an administrative disciplinary action or a courts martial. These are under the purview of the command the individual is attached to. The unit commanding officer or his designee could perform these actions, and as for rank, a commanding officer could be almost any officer rank, depending on the type of unit. This, of course, is only in the case of a E-5 or E-6. An E-7 or higher would require a brigade level or higher Courts Marshall.