TJAGSA

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TJAGSAThe Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army
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General Decker, for example, was attempting to get authority for TJAGSA to award an LL.
Murray, then serving as TJAGSA Commandant, what should be done with evaluations from the Basic Class, LTC Persons replied: "Throw them in the waste basket.
Parker, then serving as The Judge Advocate General and The Assistant Judge Advocate General, respectively--had never attended either the Basic or Advanced Courses, Douglass discovered that there was considerable resistance to coming to TJAGSA for a year of graduate legal education from senior captains and majors who intended to make the Corps a career.
Colonel Douglass' goal--which he said repeatedly to all within earshot--was to make TJAGSA "The Home of the Army Lawyer.
29) Another option was to substitute electives offered by TJAGSA with "graduate courses at the University of Virginia Law School.
A major development in the history of the Advanced/Career/Graduate Course occurred in 1988, when Congress enacted legislation authorizing TJAGSA to award a "Masters of Law" in military law.
When TJAGSA moved to its present location on North Grounds in the mid-1970s, the cannons were transported as well--and remain on guard outside the LCS to this day.
According to the History of Military Training of Officer Candidates published by TJAGSA in 1944, the age requirement was never waived.
Each JAGOCS class was seventeen weeks long (as compared to the TJAGSA officer class, which was twelve weeks in length).
With the entry of the United States into World War II, and the expansion of the JAGD, the Army approved the opening of TJAGSA on the campus of the National University School of Law located on Thirteenth Street, Washington, D.
While TJAGSA opened on 9 February 1942, Major General Cramer and others soon realized that D.
9) After the TJAGSA faculty put together a program of instruction, selected faculty members took the classes "on the road to Fort Sill [Oklahoma] and Fort Lewis [Washington] as field tests for courses to be presented in Charlottesville.