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Presently assigned as Brigade Judge Advocate, 3d Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado.
Major Carla Simmons, brigade judge advocate, and Captain Paul Lloyd, brigade trial counsel and operational law attorney, provided statistics
The effects section strongly resembles the old fire support element (FSE) while the nonlethal section consists of IO, PSYOP, brigade judge advocate, electronic attack, civil affairs (CA) and a targeting chief warrant officer three (CW3).
56 In January 2006, in an effort to support and adapt to the modular Army, TJAG signed Policy Memorandum 06-7, stating that the "BCT will include a Brigade Judge Advocate (BJA), normally a Major, and an Operational Law Judge Advocate (OPLAW JA), a Captain who assists with issues across all legal disciplines.
and training, not only pre-deployment but while deployed, was enhanced by their brigade judge advocate.