4) When LTC Barr returned to Washington permanently in 1895, he was promoted to colonel and appointed Assistant Judge Advocate General.
What does AJAG stand for?
AJAG stands for Assistant Judge Advocate General (US Navy)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Automobile Journalists Association of Canada
- Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (est. 2006)
- Advanced Joint Air Combat System (US DoD)
- American Japanese Association of College Students
- Apache Junction Area Caching Society
- Applying Java to Automotive Control Systems
- Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture; Laguna, Philippines)
- Association Jeunesse Action Developpement (French: Youth Action Development Association)
- American Journal of Agricultural Economics
- All Japan Archery Federation (UK)
- Assistant Judge Advocate General for Civil Law
- Assistant Judge Advocate General for Military Law
- American Journal of Ancient History
- Advanced Jap Auto Imports (Australia)
- Antijamming, Anti-Interference
- Academy Joint Information Systems Committee Academic Integrity Service
- Association of Jamaica Attractions Limited
- Australian Journal of Adult Learning (Adult Learning Australia)
- Australian Journal of Asian Law (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Assistant Judge Advocate General Paul Camp said: "We want to make it clear that this kind of conduct is not acceptable within the Army.
Assistant Judge Advocate General Paul Camp said he was satisfied incidents were not "systematic bullying".
Williams, The Assistant Judge Advocate General (TAJAG), was adamant that more judge advocates--if not a majority--should sit on the promotion boards.
with sword and pen crossed and wreathed, according to pattern, embroidered in silver on the cloth ground of the pad (except for a colonel and assistant judge advocate general, who will wear the device made of solid silver on the knot midway between the upper fastening of the pad).