In Loving v. United States, 68 M.J. 1 (C.A.A.F. 2009), Judge Erdmann wrote the opinion of the court, in which Chief Judge Effron and Judge Baker joined. Judge Stucky concurred in part and in the result while Judge Ryan dissented. Now look at the Loving opinion on LEXIS. No Stucky concurrence; no Ryan dissent. How could they have been omitted?