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Timeless Leadership Series: This reprinted edition from The Reporter, Volume 31-3 (Sept 2004) analyzes the importance of building strong foundations in the practice of leadership.
As part of a new series, “Timeless Leadership,” The JAG Reporter is reprinting articles from past issues on leadership and JAG Corps values. Our first edition comes from The Reporter, Volume 29-2 (June 2002), and serves as a reminder to all of the importance acknowledgment plays in the development
Members of the Air Force JAG Corps continue to make significant contributions to academic discourse and dialogue, a sample of which is listed below from Calendar Year 2022.
From the leadership team at The Judge Advocate General’s School, we wish you a very happy and safe holiday season.
As we come upon this Veterans Day, we remember the sacrifices of those who have gone before us in battle, and continue to learn from those who share their experiences.
The eye-opening moment of The Centaur’s Dilemma comes when you realize you are not only gaining a profound perspective into National Security Law but you also learn how AI implications are in almost every legal practice area.
Immersive technologies, such as virtual reality, 360-degree video, and avatar simulation, are successfully being used to train professionals across a wide range of disciplines.
A leadership lesson in attitude. You can’t always control what happens around you, or even to you, but in every situation you always have a choice to make.
This article first contemplates our responsibility to guide Airmen with lessons of temperance learned from life in the glass house and offers the philosophy of a “stoic” Prisoner of War (P.O.W.) in Vietnam.
Lincoln’s deft leadership spanned the course of eight different lead generals and four years of conflict that ultimately led to the preservation of the Union. Lincoln’s leadership resulted in a legacy of innovation and change that still permeates our society today.