|n., complainer, complaint; v.t., to complain (Yiddish; Eng., colloq.)|
The House Report, H. Rep. No. 114-537, can be found here. The military justice provisions start at p. 600. The report correctly states that the changes "represent the first comprehensive revision of the Uniform Code of Military Justice in decades." The Senate Report, S. Rep. No. 114-255, can be found here. The report includes a potpourri of military justice changes; the comprehensive revision portion begins at p. 589.
Shame on Congress for conducting the public's business in this fashion on an issue as important as military justice. "Public Law" is not a figure of speech. It is difficult to think of a more effective -- or more profoundly scandalous -- way to erode public confidence in the administration of military justice than to frame legislation, effectively, in secret.