The Air Force said today that it will court martial Capt. Jim Wang, the chief of the crew on the AWACS plane that failed to warn off two F-15s last April before they shot down two U.S. helicopters over Iraq, killing 26. The Air Force dismissed charges against four other AWACS officers under Wang, who will be tried on three counts of dereliction of duty. If convicted, Wang faces dismissal from the Air Force and up to nine months confinement. The Pentagon's move comes after families of some of those killed in the "friendly fire" incident lashed out publicly against what they called the government's failure to hold U.S. personnel accountable.Post your opinion on theCrimebulletin board.