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Journals
The Judge Advocate Journal The Judge Advocate Journal (1944-1945)
Quarterly Publication of the Judge Advocates Association
(OCLC Number 646023493)

Articles


From Frontier Cavalryman to the World Stage From Frontier Cavalryman to the World Stage
"The Career of Army Judge Advocate General George B. Davis"
Frederic L. Borch
Army History: The Professional Bulletin of Army History, Winter 2010, No. 74, pp. 6-19

(Library of Congress Call Number UA25 .A79)
Sitting in Judgment Sitting in Judgment
"Myron C. Cramer's Experiences in the Trials of German Saboteurs and Japanese War
Leaders"
Frederic L. Borch
Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration, Summer 2009,
Vol. 41, No. 2, pp. 34-40 (Library of Congress Call Number CD3020 .P75)
Jumping JAG The 82nd Airborne's "Jumping JAG"
"The Incredible Wartime Career of Nicholas E. Allen"
Frederic L. Borch
Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration, Summer 2007,
Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 18-25 (Library of Congress Call Number CD3020 .P75)
Bolsheviks, Polar Bears, and Military Law Bolsheviks, Polar Bears, and Military Law
"The Experiences of Army Lawyers in North Russia and Siberia in World War I"
Frederic L. Borch
Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration, Fall 1998, Vol. 30,
No. 3, pp. 181-191 (Library of Congress Call Number CD3020 .P75)
Monographs

Legal Work of the Law Department, 1 July 1940–31 December 1945

Legal Work of the War Department, 1 July 1940–31 December 1945: A History of the Judge Advocate General’s Department
Army Service Forces, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Washington, D.C.
At the time of writing, the Judge Advocate General’s Office—referred to as the “nerve center of all the legal activities of the War Department”—was housed on three floors of the Munitions Building on Constitution Avenue in Washington. Beginning with a brief overview of the duties and responsibilities of the Judge Advocate General and the Judge Advocate General’s Department, this 382-page history describes the developments in the department from July 1940 through 1945.

Report on the Investigation of Issues Concerning Nominations for General Officer Positions in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Army

Report on the Investigation of Issues Concerning Nominations for General Officer Positions in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Army
An analysis by the Senate Armed Services Committee of the 1990 Report by the Deputy Inspector General, Department of Defense, on irregularities in a given promotion selection process. Presents the conclusions drawn by the Committee from the report. Also includes the original report and other redacted evidentiary materials. (Library of Congress Call Number J74 .A36 no. 102-1; OCLC Number 313450860)

The Army Lawyer: A History of the Judge Advocate General's Corps, 1775-1975

The Army Lawyer: A History of the Judge Advocate General's Corps, 1775-1975
Official history of the United States Judge Advocate General’s Corps, which includes biographies of the Army Judge Advocates General. Major Percival D. Park prepared an update to this history, “The Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, 1975-1982,” which was published in the Military Law Review, Volume 96 (1982). (Library of Congress Call Number KF7307 .A813; OCLC Number 256085979)

Law at War: Vietnam 1964-1973 Law at War: Vietnam 1964-1973
Major General George S. Prugh
One of the first studies to examine exclusively the legal activities of judge advocates in Vietnam, focusing primarily on the U.S. Military Assistance Command (MACV). (Library of Congress Call Number LAW S. VIETNAM 7 Prugh; OCLC Number 256095685)
Judge Advocates in Combat: Army Lawyers in Military Operations from Vietnam to Haiti Judge Advocates in Combat: Army Lawyers in Military Operations from Vietnam to Haiti
Frederic L. Borch
A narrative history, includes actions in Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf, Somalia, and Haiti, as well as eleven non-combat deployments such as resettlement operations, disaster relief, and civil disturbance operations. Presents the thesis that the role of the military lawyer in military operations has gradually evolved into an “operational law” (OPLAW), which has enhanced mission success. (Library of Congress Call Number KF7307 .B67 2001; OCLC Number 271578114)
Judge Advocates in Vietnam: Army Lawyers in Southeast Asia, 1959-1975 Judge Advocates in Vietnam: Army Lawyers in Southeast Asia, 1959-1975
Frederic L. Borch III
A comprehensive study of the work and individual experiences of judge advocates in the Vietnam war, not only in headquarters units but also in combat organizations such as II Field Force, the 1st Cavalry Division, and the 25th Infantry Division. (Library of Congress Call Number KF299.J8 B67 2003; OCLC Number 271583972)
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