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JAGCJudge Advocate General's Corps
JAGCJust Another Golf Coding (computer coding)
JAGCJaguar Association of Greater Chicago (Chicago, IL)
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(9) Hearing To Receive Testimony on Providing Legal Services by Members of the Judge Advocate General's Corps: Hearing Before the S.
"On the basis of the information available today, it is the opinion of the Judge Advocate General's Corps that private Thorbjorn Ole Reese and private Mikkel Keil Sorensen were killed as a result of strikes by British soldiers which, by a tragic mistake, were directed towards the compound where the Danish soldiers were in position," the Danish report said.
He served in the United States Army Judge Advocate General's Corps from 1974 until 1978, and he was national commander of the American Legion in 1999-2000.
Sun Tzu said, "Those who excel in war first cultivate their own humanity and justice and maintain their laws and institutions." The Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps has maintained the Army's laws since 1775 and participated in all the nation's wars.
Navy as member of the Judge Advocate General's Corps. He spent 15 years in private practice and then was tax counsel for the Navajo Tribe of Indians prior to joining the MTC.
John Memory served in the Judge Advocate General's Corps in the U.S.
"Buzz" Waltman, Judge Advocate General's Corps, USN.
Gilliland served four years as a captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the U.S.
Sneeden transferred to The Judge Advocate General's Corps in 1955.
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and was an officer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the U.S.
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