Farewell To Our 2017 Summer Interns

Farewell and best wishes to our summer interns!

Summer internships are typically full-time for 8-10 weeks at Navy locations throughout the United States and overseas.  Interns are assigned to a legal command/staff and gain experience in traditional Navy JAG Corps practice areas such as military justice (criminal prosecution and defense), legal assistance (providing general legal advice to Sailors and their families), and command services (advising military commanders and their staffs).

National Capital Region summer interns visit the Supreme Court of the United States .

Region Legal Service Office Southeast interns attend a Hail and Farewell at NAS Jacksonville.

Navy JAG interns and judge advocates pose for a photo at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Jacksonville area interns in front of a P-8 during a P8 squadron tour. The interns had the opportunity to the do P8 flight simulator that they use to train the pilots.

Jacksonville area interns at a Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Game.

Region Legal Service Office Southeast Pensacola interns pose for a photo during a of the US District Court for the Northern District of Florida.

Intern Chris Boyne, Lt. Allan Thorson, Lt. Dan McGinley, and Lt. Andrea Kissner at the summit of Big Baldy in Kings Canyon National Park.

Summer interns assigned to Washington, D.C. pose for a photo after their tour of the U.S. Naval Observatory. Pictured with the interns are Lt. Mike Pierce, Lt. j.g. Clayton Lawrence, Lt. Misa Scharfen, and Lt. Alex Marin.

Region Legal Service Office Southeast Pensacola and Defense Service Office Southeast interns with U.S. Air Force Maj. Miller at the Naval Aviation Museum on NAS Pensacola on July 14th, 2017.

Olivia Phillips, Navy JAG Corps intern, on the flight deck of the USS New York during a tour of the ship.

Wesley Thompson, Navy JAG Corps intern, takes a selfie while doing research for an upcoming case.

Terence Gardo, Navy JAG Corps intern, onboard the USS Iwo Jima.

Vaishali Bharat Patel learns about the military police dogs (K-9) at NAS JRB New Orleans.

First tour judge advocates and interns at Region Legal Service Office Southwest and interns from Commander Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet tour USNS MERCY (T-AH-19) .

The officers, enlisted sailors, and interns of Defense Service Office Southeast attended the Region Legal Service Office Change of Command Ceremony at Naval Station Mayport on Friday, 30 June 2017.

Michael Aram poses for a photo with detaching commanding officer of Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, Capt. Lisa Mulligan, after Change of Command at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.

Navy JAG Corps interns waiting for the train aboard the USS New York during a tour.

Defense Service Office Southeast Interns at Naval Station Jacksonville got to enjoy the weather and the base with a MWR tour. The interns learned about the amenities of Naval Air Station Jacksonville and received insight into Navy life.

Wesley Thompson, intern at Defense Service Office Southeast, at the National Naval Aviation Museum where he attended a ceremony dedicated to the Battle of Midway.

Naval Air Station Pensacola interns at the Blue Wahoos game.

Naval Air Station Pensacola interns at a NJP with Lt. Turner and Capt. Maxine Goodridge, commanding officer of Naval Air Technical Training Center.

Defense Service Office Southeast interns got to test their helicopter-piloting abilities in the Mayport helicopter simulator and were treated to a tour of a hangar.

Interns and officers at Region Legal Service Office Southeast tour the USCGC Cypress.

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