What challenges await you at the Army JAG School?
Mastering military law is now all that stands between you and your military career.
After successfully completing the rigorous training and military indoctrination at the Army’s Direct Commission Course, you have finally moved on to the Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Preparing for this eleven week course is crucial to starting your new career on the right foot.
The last leg in this adventure toward becoming an Army JAG officer is eleven weeks of academic training at JAOBC. In The JAG School Survival Guide, you’ll receive
--First-hand accounts from a JAOBC graduate.
--Succinct descriptions of what to expect during each week of training.
--”Quick Tips” providing poignant and easy to remember advice for succeeding at each of the course’s eleven weeks of academic instruction.
--The information you need to begin your career right.
Whether you are preparing for an Army legal career or are merely considering whether to join the military, this quick guide will provide you with all the information necessary to succeed at JAOBC and complete your journey toward becoming an Army JAG officer.
About the Author
Garrett Ham is a graduate of the 193rd Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course and currently serves as a judge advocate in the United States Army National Guard.