Five Royal Marines charged with murder over an incident in Afghanistan in 2011 have been released from custody back to their unit, but with restrictions on their movements.
At a hearing in private at Colchester Military Court, they were also granted an interim anonymity order.
A hearing about the order is due at Bulford Military Court on 5 November.
The charges are related to an incident in Afghanistan when 3 Commando Brigade was based in Helmand province.
All five are charged with the murder of an unknown Afghan national on or about 15 September 2011. A plea hearing is scheduled for 10 December.
The marines were arrested by the Royal Military Police after suspicious video footage was found on a serviceman's laptop by civilian police in the UK.
It is believed to be the first time UK servicemen have been arrested and charged with such an offence during the Afghanistan conflict.