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That is very difficult to say, because it will depend on what your commander chooses to do. Commanders have a wide range of options available to them when considering military discipline and they are not painted into a corner. Your commander could do nothing, a completely legal outcome. Your commander could go all the way to court martial, another completely legal outcome.
The rights you have and actions you have to take will depend entirely on what your command chooses to do. I would invoke your right to silence at this point, if you are questioned. Speak with defense counsel and only cooperate to the extent recommended and coordinated by that attorney.
The most common resolutions though are non-judicial punishment/admin sep at the high end and counseling at the low end.
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