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That really depends on how active the county that you were arrest in is, in terms of reporting offenses to the military.
Each week, there is something called the "blotter" which contains all the offenses for that week committed by military members, both on and off base. If the county reports the matter, through a reporting system, and uses your SSN, then it will be discovered and report to command without your having to tell them.
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