Jentso Hwang’s Memorial 5K Run

Two years ago, the Navy JAG Corps community lost one of its own: Lt. Jentso Hwang. In his memory, the Office of the Judge Advocate General sponsored a 5K run at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.

Two years ago, the Navy JAG Corps community lost one of its own: Lt. Jentso Hwang. In his memory, the Office of the Judge Advocate General sponsored a 5K run at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Hwang was accepted into the Judge Advocate General’s Corps Student Program and commissioned in October 2005. He completed Naval Justice School in 2006 and reported to the Naval Legal Service Office North Central. In 2008, Hwang deployed to Al Anbar, Iraq with the 1st Marine Logistics Group, and earned his Fleet Marine Force Qualification. After his first tour at NLSO NC, Hwang clerked for the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.

Two years ago, the Navy JAG Corps community lost one of its own: Lt. Jentso Hwang. In his memory, the Office of the Judge Advocate General sponsored a 5K run at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Hwang was accepted into the Judge Advocate General’s Corps Student Program and commissioned in October 2005. He completed Naval Justice School in 2006 and reported to the Naval Legal Service Office North Central. In 2008, Hwang deployed to Al Anbar, Iraq with the 1st Marine Logistics Group, and earned his Fleet Marine Force Qualification. After his first tour at NLSO NC, Hwang clerked for the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.