Here is an order requiring the government to show cause in response to a petition for extraordinary relief in a post-trial delay case, Merritt v. Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, No. 13-8002/AF. According to Bill James, who surely wrote portions of the petition (here), the case was docketed with AFCCA on Feb. 24, 2010 and has still not been decided. AFCCA, unbelievably, denied a motion for expedited review filed in Aug. 2012 (which is the basis for the petition). The petition notes that AFCCA has, or at least had on Sep. 5, 2012, 69 cases pending in which the Moreno 18-month standard had already been exceeded. And then the petition notes (at 7), this even more incomprehensible statistic:
Of the 101 cases in which an issue was raised that AFCCA decided upon initial direct review between 1 June 2011 and 31 August 2012, 40 (39.6%) took longer than 18 months from docketing to render decision.