Commandant's Annual Reports and Annual Bulletins
Beginning with its first report for Fiscal Year 1962, this annual publication of The Judge Advocate General’s School—now The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center & School —is intended to serve three purposes: to summarize the operations of the School in the past fiscal year; to preserve a record of the School and its staff, faculty, students, and enlisted personnel; and to describe the courses of instruction offered. A special report, The Judge Advocate General’s School, 1951–1961, was issued in order to provide a history of the first ten years of the School’s existence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and to trace not only the School’s evolution as an institution, but also the development of its curriculum. More recent volumes have the title Annual Bulletin of the Judge Advocate General’s School. (Library
of Congress Call Number KF7313.55.J8 A83).
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