TJAGSA

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TJAGSAThe Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army
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(6) over the years, Byrd also designed a number of t-shirt logos celebrating the annual conferences held at TJAGSA (today's World Wide Continuing Legal Education conference).
During the 1980s, Byrd's talents also were on display when his drawing of the building housing TJAGSA was reproduced and given as a gift to each departing member of the faculty and staff.
she felt it detracted from her work on the podium" at TJAGSA. (13) As for the photo shoot itself, Brown remembered later that she had been "a bit nervous" and was given "a tot of whiskey to relax" before the photographs were taken of her.
Naval Academy graduate and Marine Corps lawyer whom she met while he was a student at TJAGSA. For several years, she remained in the Army Reserve as a judge advocate, serving with the 63d Army Command in California.
But those JAs already on active duty likewise knew nothing about the newly enacted UCMJ, and since criminal law was the most important element of the Corps' practice in the 1950s, the best course of action was to re-open TJAGSA and provide updated education and training for Army lawyers.
After the new TJAGSA commandant, then Colonel (COL) William K.
"Ted" Decker, the TJAGSA commandant, accompanied by his faculty and staff, moved by truck from Fort Myer, Virginia to new leased facilities on the main Grounds of the University.
(12) When MAJ Persons arrived at TJAGSA, however, he was given a completely different job: School Secretary.
The first issue of The Army Lawyer announced why it was being created as "a monthly publication" of TJAGSA:
For students who wish to access their office e-mail while attending TJAGSA classes, please ensure that your office e-mail is available via the web.
While the identity of those individuals who took or returned the cannon was never discovered, members of the TJAGSA staff and faculty assumed the culprits were UVA students opposed to U.S.