Lieutenant General Charles L. Plummer
The Judge Advocate General
United States Air Force
Beginning as a humble fourteen-attorney Army Air Forces team led by the Air Judge Advocate in Washington D.C., the Judge Advocate General's Corps has grown to a diverse law firm of over 4,500 Total Force judge advocates, paralegals, and civilians around the world.
The 75th Anniversary Edition inevitably takes a thorough look at our past twenty-five years as a Corps and ensures we preserve our rich heritage. It also looks twenty-five years into the future to imagine and possibly even shape what our Corps will be like at one hundred years.
The collective effort and countless hours the writers and contributors from across the entire Judge Advocate General's Corps helped tell the important history of our Corps through vignettes, photographs, and documenting untold stories of trailblazers before us.
Highlighting 75 Years of Integration in the Armed Services with a Brief History of Black/African Americans in the United States Regular Air Force JAG Corps.
Civil Law and Litigation Directorate (JAC) has evolved to provide a full spectrum of legal services in our key mission areas: field support, litigation, and policy. We are committed to building the highest level of professionalism in all our practice areas—ensuring the JAG Corps is ready to meet the
A selection of stories from JAG Corps personnel about their recollections of September 11, 2001.
A selection of lessons from various TJAGs across the decades.
JAG Corps' 75th Anniversary. A historical retrospective of what is now The Judge Advocate General's Corps.