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The Army Lawyer | Issue 3 2019 The Army Lawyer | Issue 3 2019

Lawyers of Record

Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the...

Taking AIM2

T here’s a lot of buzz about the Assignment Interactive Module 2.0 (AIM2) among officers throughout the Army. You may have heard the term thrown around by your S1, your fellow brothers-...

Welcome to the Wild West

It is painful enough when we lose members of our armed forces when they are sent in harm’s way, but is unfathomable that they should be vulnerable for attack in our own communities. 1 ...

Independent but Invested

T he implementation of the Military Justice Act of 2016 on 1 January 2019 ushered in the most revolutionary changes in military justice practice since the Military Justice Act of 1968 (MJA...

Leading an OSJA Team

I have had the good fortune and, more importantly, the honor and privilege, to serve in numerous leadership positions during my Army career. I have learned much by watching and studying...

Why They Stay

I stayed because I realized that leadership . . . is about his heart and his commitment to his fellow man. It’s about developing the hand that you are dealt. It’s about giving back to society a...

Recent Changes to the Anti-Deficiency Act

In the midst of a leadership turnover in Congress and a partial government shutdown, the 116th Congress of the United States of America quietly passed the Government Employee Fair Treatment...

An Overview of the Judgment Fund and How Its Availability Can Impact Claim Settlements

The Judgment Fund was established by Congress in 1956 to alleviate the need for specific legislation following every successful claim against the United States. 1 The purpose behind the...

An Intelligence Law Primer for the Second Machine Age

An army without spies is like a man without ears or eyes. 1 Armies have always collected and analyzed as much information as possible about their enemies’ capabilities, intentions, and...

Government Communication with Industry

The times they are a-changin’ Bob Dylan Today is a new day. Gone are the days where the U.S. government dominates the dollars spent to create significant technological innovation. In...

A Writ of Habeas Corpus

Imagine that an active duty Soldier begins to sexually abuse his minor daughter while stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Unfortunately, his criminal behavior continues after his Permanent...

We Didn't Start the Fire

We didn’t start the fire. No we didn’t light it, But we tried to fight it! 1 - Billy Joel Every twenty-four seconds in the United States, a fire department responds to a fire...

College for Under $10K

You will hear a lot of folks say, yes, education is important—it is important. (Laughter.) But it requires not just words but deeds. And the fact is, that since most of you were born, tuition,...

Officers Should Vote Early and Often

The American military jealously gua rds its status as an apolitical institution. This status is enshrined in regulation and tradition dating back to George Washington. 1 Some...

News and Notes 2019 TAL Issue 3

Story 1 1. Please join us in congratulating nineteen-year old Private First Class (PFC) Tony Ladebu, a paralegal specialist with the U.S. Army Cadet Command, on winning the...

From Legal Clerks to Paralegal Specialists

Today, there are some 3,500 men and women in our Corps who have the Military Occupation al Specialty (MOS) 27D, Paralegal Specialist. Roughly 1,400 are on active duty, about 1,100 are in the...

The Beast of Lichfield

“The buck stops here.” That phrase, popularized by President Harry Truman, tells us that responsibility ultimately rests with the person in charge. This concept has long been embraced in...

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