Legalman to Judge Advocate

Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams during a commissioning ceremony in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014. Related posts:NECC celebrates MLK Day#BZFriday: Legalman Named Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet Shore Sailor […]

Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams during a commissioning ceremony in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014.

Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams, newly commissioned officer in the Navy JAG Corps, receives her lieutenant junior grade bars and JAG Corps insignia from her husband after taking the oath of office during a commissioning ceremony in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014. Williams is the first legalman to commission as a JAG Corps officer using the Navy's Career Intermission Pilot Program.  Williams will attend Officer Development School in Newport, R.I., and then to Naval Justice School, also in Newport. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams, newly commissioned officer in the Navy JAG Corps, receives her lieutenant junior grade bars and JAG Corps insignia from her husband after taking the oath of office during a commissioning ceremony in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014. Williams is the first legalman to commission as a JAG Corps officer using the Navy’s Career Intermission Pilot Program. Williams will attend Officer Development School in Newport, R.I., and then to Naval Justice School, also in Newport. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

Newly commissioned Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams poses with Capt. Gary Sharp and Cmdr. Jennifer Roper in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014. Williams is the first legalman to commission as a JAG Corps officer.  Williams was accepted into the JAG community last year and passed the Florida bar exam last week.  She will head out to Officer Development School in Newport and then to Naval Justice School with a follow-on assignment as a first tour judge advocate at Region Legal Service Office Southwest. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

Newly commissioned Lt. j.g. Nadine Williams poses with Capt. Gary Sharp and Cmdr. Jennifer Roper in the Naval Station Mayport courtroom, Sept. 26, 2014. Williams is the first legalman to commission as a JAG Corps officer. Williams was accepted into the JAG community last year and passed the Florida bar exam last week. She will head out to Officer Development School in Newport and then to Naval Justice School with a follow-on assignment as a first tour judge advocate at Region Legal Service Office Southwest. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

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