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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 & Litigation, Leadership, Military Justice & Discipline, Operations & International Law, and Book Reviews. Also don't forget to explore our podcasts!

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Articles

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 54

    In this Episode, we speak with Major Levi Cole, a clinical psychologist on the withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the mental health implications of that, as well as some other more common and constant concerns for service members.

  • Taking to the Skies

    The current U.S. policy on aerial interdictions was made in haste after a tragic accident. Reconsideration of this policy is long overdue.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 53

    In this Episode, we review the Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times, by Donald T. Phillips.

  • Attorney’s Guide to AI

    A growing DoD interest in artificial intelligence (AI) and an increasing reliance on advanced technologies in both modern warfare and business administration will place new demands on Department of the Air Force attorneys and its Judge Advocate General Corps.

  • 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

  • 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.