I just talked to one of the cops I work with who was a former active duty MP in the army. At both of the posts where he was stationed, the military had concurrent jurisdiction. Where he was they had a memorandum of understanding with the local county circuit court. If citing a non-military person for a violation, the violation was written on the appropriate state citation and the case was referred to county circuit court.
And if there is no state citation applicable?
Nobody is arguing that possession on a base is, de facto, ok.
At least one of us is asking for specific language that supports current policy, from the appropriate federal regs.
The majority seem happy with vaguely worded codes and statutes. Given the attitude toward such laws in any venue other than military bases, this attitude really puzzles me, said the military retiree.