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Recruiting Event

Lt. Alexandra Marin, Defense Service Office (DSO) Pacific, and Lt. Rachel Weidemann, Region Legal Service Office (RLSO) Hawaii, at a recruiting event at the University of Hawaii Law School.

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Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season

The following message is from JAG Corps senior leaders Vice Adm. Nanette DeRenzi, Rear Adm. James Crawford, III, and Rear Adm. Steven Talson. We welcome the approaching holiday season as a time to reflect on our many blessings and relax with family and friends. Each of you contributed to the success of our JAG Corps community this year through your …

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Army, Navy TJAGs visit Camp Phoenix

By U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kevin Stiens, CJIATF 435 Staff Judge Advocate Sentinel Vol. 1, Issue 11 CAMP PHOENIX, Afghanistan — The Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435 hosted the top Judge Advocate Generals from the Army and Navy Nov. 5-6, 2012. U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Dana Chipman and U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Nanette DeRenzi traveled to Afghanistan to …

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Japanese National Diet

Defense Service Office (DSO) Pacific’s Japanese legal adviser and last year’s JAG Corps civilian of the year, Kazumi Takahara, set up a tour for DSO Pacific in the Japanese National Diet, which houses the legislative branch of Japanese government in Tokyo.

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Legalman Serves as Emcee

Legalman 1st Class Demieka Wilson, originally from Port Arthur, Texas, and assigned to Naval Air Facility Misawa, serves as the emcee during a bell-ringing ceremony on board NAF Misawa.

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U.S., Foreign Judge Advocates Participate in PANAMAX 2012

By Lt. Adam Brandon, Naval Air Station Jacksonville For two weeks in August, military forces from the United States and 16 partner nations participated in PANAMAX 2012, a USSOUTHCOM-sponsored exercise that simulated defending the Panama Canal from attacks by a fictional anti-capitalist, extremist organization.  The exercise scenario incorporated a variety of sea, air, land, and cyber attacks.  Staging the defense of …

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