Cramer, The Judge Advocate General (TJAG), quickly realized that this "slow process of apprenticeship" was "impractical" to meet the wartime demands and that the Army must establish a school for refresher training "to afford the proper orientation and indoctrination for bridging the gap between civil and Army life.
What does JAG stand for?
JAG stands for Judge Advocate General
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- Joint Acquisition Group (US DoD)
- Joint Action Group
- Joint Advisory Group
- Joint Advocate General
- Joint Air & Ground Operations
- Jones Apparel Group (Jones Group, Inc.)
- Journal of Algebraic Geometry
- Judge Adjutant General
- Judicial Action Group (lobbyist group)
- Junior Achievement of Georgia (est. 1943)
- Just Another Geek
- Just Another Girl
- Just Another Good Picture Production
- Just Another Guestbook
- Just Another Guy
- Justice Assistance Grant (US Department of Justice)
- Just A Girl Singing To A Radio (band)
- Judge Advocate General/Reinforcement Designee
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The Judge Advocate General is a lieutenant general.
ISLAMABAD, December 16, 2011 (Balochistan Times): A two-member delegation of Pakistan Armys Judge Advocate General Branch (JAG) Brach has met Attorney General Maulvi Anwarul Haq in his office in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, media reported on Thursday.
The US Navy's judge advocate general, Vice Admiral Bruce McDonald, told the senators he rejected the Justice Department's opinion.
Swift, a 12-year veteran of the Navy's Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps, was appointed as legal counsel for Salim Ahmed Hamdan, an inmate at Guantanamo Bay, in December 2003.
Remember that if you're faced with an ethical quandary, before taking any action, you're strongly encouraged to consult with your general counsel or, if in the military, your judge advocate general representative.
THE Office of the Judge Advocate General is accepting applications for the Army's Funded Legal Education Program, which sends up to 15 active-duty officers to law school at government expense.
During the next two days, the working group reviewed laws with senior Afghan leaders, including the Judge Advocate General and Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Afghan National Army.