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    A preliminary inquiry is a type of “command investigation” usually conducted by an officer-member of the command tasked to discover the facts and circumstances surrounding the allegation, compose a written report, and, finally, brief the Commanding Officer/General on the inquiry’s findings. From this initial examination, the Commanding Officer/General can decide whether the allegation has any merit, and, if so, seek investigative assistance from law enforcement, request legal assistance from the base Staff Judge Advocate, or initiate a request for legal services to begin the court-martial process.

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