Tag Archives: Legalman

Happy 40th Birthday to the Legalman Rating!

By Master Chief Petty Officer Christopher J. Browning, Senior Enlisted Leader to the Judge Advocate General & Command Master Chief of Naval Legal Service Command Forty years ago, on January 4th, 1972, Secretary of the Navy John Chaffee approved the establishment of the Legalman rating.  A memorandum from the Chairman of the Rating Review Board announced the approval, stating in part, “…the scope of the new …

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Have you considered serving as a Navy legalman?

The JAG Corps is actively seeking applications from Sailors desiring conversion to the legalman rating.  Opportunity is limited, so interested Sailors must act quickly.  You must be on active duty, serving in paygrades E-3 through E-5, and have less than 10 years on service on the date of application. Conversion applications are due to the Office of the Judge Advocate …

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Take a ride on the Wild side

By Petty Officer 2nd Class Mandy Hunsucker Legalman 2nd Class Rosemary Cronin, Region Legal Service Office Mid-Atlantic, displayed her athletic talent by helping her team finish in 4th place out of 24 Navy teams that participated in the Navy’s Morale Welfare and Recreation Wilderness Challenge this year. For those who don’t know, the Wilderness Challenge takes place in the heart of the Appalachian …

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