Yes, Red, I read it over before, especially the parts regarding domestic abuse and family support, but it seems highly unlikely a commissioned officer would be punished.
My experience has been what is stated as unjust in the UCMJ is not punished. "An act in violation of a local civil law or of a foreign law may be punished if it CONSTITUTES A DISORDER OR NEGLECT TO THE PREJUDICE OF GOOD ORDER AND DISCIPLINE IN THE ARMED FORCES. How can adultery cause a disruption of order and discipline of a unit? Two members, maybe. Fratnernization, yes. But a wife's damage, not even remotely. I guess that's why I think the military court should not be involved in member-spouse adultery. It just does not affect the military, with the exception of hours taken to investigate.
I read Article 133 & 134, par. 59c and KNOW he has not behaved as a gentleman in so many ways (that they know about). Makes me want to gag.
They already investigated him on the adultery. His paramour and others testified. As far as I can see, nothing resulted from it; however, they do not share that with spouses. Once they got the info they wanted from us, they were silent and he deployed.
How can he claim that his admission of adultery in divorce court could cause his career to be damaged? It has not been hurt so far, and I know they investigated thoroughly.