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The Judge Advocate General, Lt Gen Richard C. Harding, makes a donation to the Air Force Assistance Fund. The 2010 JA Air Force Assistance Fund Campaign
It's time for the 2010 JA Air Force Assistance Fund (AFAF) Campaign! This year's campaign kicked-off on Monday, 12 March, and will run through 23 April 2010. The AFAF campaign raises funds for four charitable organizations that specifically help those in need within the Air Force family. One hundred percent of the gifts are tax deductible and go
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2010
Default Air Force Logo New Air Force Legal Assistance Web Site
Next time you need a will, power of attorney, or just have a legal question, visit http://legalassistance.law.af.mil. The Air Force Judge Advocate General Corps unveiled the new Air Force Legal Assistance Web site worldwide on Feb. 1. The Web site is designed for active duty and reserve component members, retirees, and dependents.The Web site was
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Law in Cyberspace
The most recent edition of the Air Force Law Review includes seven articles with in-depth analysis of legal issues in the complex cyber domain. Volume 64, the Cyberlaw Edition, is now available for free at http://www.afjag.af.mil/library/ -- just click on the "AF Law Review vol. 64 - Cyberlaw Edition" hyperlink. Hard copies can be obtained for $23
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2009
Default Air Force Logo KEYSTONE in Dallas
KEYSTONE 2009 is underway! On Monday, over 650 members of the Total Force JAG Corps convened in Dallas, Texas, for our fifth annual Leadership Summit. We've gathered to discuss leadership issues and discuss better ways to serve the United States Air Force. The conference has become an essential part of how we communicate and implement positive
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2009
Default Air Force Logo KEYSTONE 2009: Bystander Intervention Training
The Air Force is committed to preventing sexual assault. While the initial focus of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program has been on responding to allegations, our leadership has long recognized that an immediate, trained response for each report of sexual assault, combined with effective investigative and military justice efforts,
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2009
Default Air Force Logo GATEWAY Takes Shape
Amid a continuing stream of changes at the JAG School, one will stand out. We are preparing for the first new course of the JAG Corps 21 era. GATEWAY, a three-week course designed for pinned-on majors, is set for its first session on 11-29 January 2010. The course is intended to expose mid-level judge advocates to a wide range of advanced
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Student Loan Debt Relief: College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA)
Do you have student loan debt? Are you a JAG Corps recruiter? If you answered yes to either question, then you need to "be in the know" about the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA) of 2007. This Act's programs can lower your monthly payments, lead to partial loan forgiveness, and enhance your recruiting efforts. The recent student loan
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2009
Default Air Force Logo The Future of your Claims Service Center
For over sixty years, the JAG Corps has provided claims support to Airmen. While the positive impact of this support on the Air Force and its Airmen has not changed, our delivery of this support has been marked by innovation and transformation. The adoption of new technology and centralization of claims processing have been the keys to offering our
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2009
Default Air Force Logo JAG Corps officials announce law school programs
Applications for the Funded Legal Education Program and Excess Leave Program are being accepted from Jan. 1 to March 1, 2010. The FLEP, which is a paid legal studies program for active-duty Air Force commissioned officers, is an assignment action and participants receive full pay, allowances and tuition. Applicants must have between two and six
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Publishes Courts-Martial Docket
The Department of the Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps announced today that it created a publicly available website to display its court-martial docket. The public can access the website via a link from the Air Force Judge Advocate General's website: http://www.afjag.af.mil/docket/index.asp.The docket website displays all docketed
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