(1) Charges and specifications shall be signed by a person subject to this code under
oath before a commissioned officer of the state military forces authorized to administer
oaths and shall state:
(a) That the signed has personal knowledge of, or has investigated the matters set
forth therein; and
(b) That they are true in fact to the best of his knowledge and belief.
(2) Upon the preferring of charges, the proper authority shall take immediate steps
to determine what disposition should be made thereof in the interest of justice and
discipline, and the person accused shall be informed of the charges against him as
soon as practicable.
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