Content of the warning. See also Mil. R. Evid. 305(c)

bestmilitarydefensedefenseattorneys9.50.10PMcopyA person subject to the code who is required to give warnings under Article 31(b) may not interrogate or request any statement from an accused or suspect without first informing him/her:

  1. of the nature of the accusation;
  2. that he/she has the right to remain silent; and,
  3. that any statement he/she does make may be used as evidence against him/her. (Note: Unlike Miranda warnings, there is no right to counsel.)