It is understatement to note that a military blog must necessarily trace material developments that unfold regarding Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Fundamental fairness in the American legal system requires that juries in criminal trials be fairly selected, with jurors being free of taint as regards prejudicial views against a defendant that might unlawfully influence a judicial outcome (indeed, Article VI of the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution refers to a defendant's right to an "impartial jury" in all criminal prosecutions).
The Army releases some specific details about courts-martial activity that occurs within that service branch each month, and it is always revealing.
It seems altogether logical that workplace-related discrimination claims in the military would not be materially differentiated from claims brought in the civilian world.