NLSC Junior Officer & Sailor of the Quarter

By Rear Adm. James W. Crawford, III, Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Navy and Commander, Naval Legal Service Command It is my distinct pleasure to recognize outstanding judge advocates and legalmen for professional excellence and dedication to service. I am pleased to announce that the following individuals have been selected as the Naval Legal Service Command Junior Officer of…

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Supreme Court Tour

Judge advocates assigned to Region Legal Service Office Naval District Washington and Defense Service Office North got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Supreme Court Building, including the courtroom, conference rooms and library.  After their tour, the judge advocates posed in front of the main entrance to the Supreme Court Building.  From left, Lt. Darcy Uribe,…

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What’s in an OJAG Code?

Environmental Law By Lt. Cmdr. Hollis Simodynes, Environmental Law (Code 12) The Office of the Judge Advocate General Environmental Law Division (Code 12) provides subject matter expertise to the Navy Judge Advocate General on the impact of environmental law on naval operations.  Given the increasing focus over the last 15 years by regulators and non-governmental…

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Intern of the Week: James Kraemer

James Kraemer, Navy JAG Corps intern assigned to Region Legal Service Office Southeast (RLSO SE) at his desk. RLSO SE supports the operational readiness of Department of the Navy assets in the Southeastern United States by providing legal guidance, support services and training in the areas of military justice, legal assistance and administrative law.The Navy…

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USS Peleliu is All-American

By Vicki Dronet Alba, Region Legal Service Office Southwest USS Peleliu (LHA-5) has recently accomplished the unprecedented achievement of an “All-American” crew.  100 percent of her 1,072 Sailors are now U.S. citizens. The ship’s command citizenship representative (CCR), Lt. Connor D. Flynn, armed with passion, training, and “know-how” to assist service members with becoming U.S.…

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