How to Become a Judge Advocate General?

Answer Members of the Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAGs) serve in the armed forces as military lawyers. JAGs serve in the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps or Navy. The primary function of a J... Read More »

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What is the judge advocate general?

The Judge Advocate General serves the U.S. military as head of the Judge Advocate General Corps, or JAG. Under her supervision, military lawyers and civilian employees provide legal support to mili... Read More »

What is judge advocate general office?

In brief terms, JAG is the military's legal department - lawyers, judges, etc. all fall under this department.

How to Become a Judge Advocate?

The Judge Advocate General's Corps is also known as JAG and is the legal branch of any of the United States Armed Forces. Lawyers in JAG generally serve as legal advisors on a variety of issues in... Read More »

Under what authority does the Coast Guard Judge Advocate General operate?

SARC or VA b. Healthcare Provider c. SAFE Examiner d. Physician on Duty