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from the University of Oklahoma and graduating from the 81st Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course in 1976, Flanagan served in a variety of assignments and locations, including: 3rd Infantry Division, Schweinfurt, Germany; Litigation Division, Office of The Judge Advocate General (OTJAG); and Procurement Fraud Division, OTJAG.
Judge Advocates are solicitors, barristers or advocates of at least seven years standing.
Judge advocates serve in the position of Staff Judge Advocate on the special and personal staff of general officers in command who are general court-martial convening authorities (the authority to convene a general court-martial).
Since 9/11, the Army JAG Corps, under the strong leadership of The Judge Advocate General, (6) has successfully adapted to the requirements of a demanding operational environment.
In addition to serving nationally as the Auxiliary's National Commander and Judge Advocate, she also was Advisor to the Constitution and Bylaws Committee and Advisor to the National Finance Committee from 1992 to 2005.
Judge Advocate Bayliss ruled that four of the five charges related to training prior to deployment, and therefore referred to legal orders given to Kendall-Smith.
Eligibility requirements are outlined in chapter 14 of Army Regulation 27-1, "The Judge Advocate General's Funded Legal Education Program.
The staff judge advocate from the Army's Southern European Task Force (Airborne) suggested that DOCPER's experience in Germany might be useful.
There are individual chapters on Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf, Somalia, and Haiti, while the final chapter deals with judge advocate participation in eleven operations other than war.
It mandated judge advocate involvement in law of war training and in developing and reviewing operational plans.
Thomas Romig, assistant judge advocate general for reserve operations and mobilizations, Brig.
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