JAG Reporter Articles

The JAG Reporter is published by The Judge Advocate General’s School for the Office of The Judge Advocate General, United States Air Force. Use the navigation links to view articles in the various domains: Civil Law, Leadership, Military Justice & Discipline, and Operations & International Law. Also don't forget to explore our podcasts!


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  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 50

    Maj Serrano discusses the First Amendment including freedom of speech, assembly and religion within the military.

  • Decrypting Bitcoin and Blockchain for Military Lawyers

    The military, logistics, and healthcare are only a few examples of the industries that have begun incorporating blockchain technology to improve operations. Legal practitioners must begin paying more attention to this quickly evolving technology. This article should serve as a cryptocurrency primer

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 49

    We speak with two Air Force JAGs, Captain Kevin Malloy and Captain Jeremy Driggs, who are graduates of two different professional military education programs including Squadron Officer School and a less well-known program called the Inter-American Squadron Officer School.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 48

    Maj Byrd discusses the Civil Air Patrol's unique mission set, how military legal practitioners can best work with the Civil Air Patrol.

  • Immersive Technology

    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.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 47

    Part two of the interview with Professor David Schlueter on the role of commanders in the military justice system, his analysis on some of Congress’ main proposals and his forecast on how military justice may look with some of these changes.