court of inquiry

Definition of "court of inquiry"
  1. A type of military court that examines and provides information on a certain military subject, such as the suspicious behavior of an officer
How to use "court of inquiry" in a sentence
  1. After the mission failed, a court of inquiry was set up to investigate possible misconduct by the officers.
  2. The court of inquiry concluded that the miscommunication was not a result of any officer's intentional misconduct.
  3. The soldier's unusual actions during the tactical operation led to the formation of a court of inquiry.

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