Refer to what I wrote here:
Pointing out what happened in reality isn’t minimizing racism. In fact, you would know this if you analyze my posts and especially the sources a little carefully. I even point out instances of genuine racism (through the sources and accounts of Hispanics in the U.S. military). Proper evidence is key. The Isaac Woodard incident was a national story in 1946 for a reason.
If it involves the U.S. military, it is solely the U.S. military’s job to handle any horrid situation involving its own men. It’s still the case today. As an example: Ed Leonski wasn’t hanged by Australians for being a killer – the U.S. military did that – because Australians understood that legally, considering the murderer was a U.S. Army soldier, the matter was best left to the U.S. military.
This also applies to every nation’s military.