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Two members of the 203rd Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course navigate the leader reaction course at the Direct Commission Course at Fort Benning, GA. We are looking forward to their arrival for some fantastic education and training here at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School Officer Basic Course.
On 4 June 2016, the 23rd Judge Advocate Warrant Officer Basic Course volunteered to assist the local Salvation Army. Their selfless service contributed greatly to the organization.
On 31 July 2015, TJAG’s Legal Center and School held our annual Organizational Day. Military and Civilian personnel, as well as their Families, gathered together in fellowship and had a great time. The children enjoyed a wide variety of activities, such as snow cones, face painting, and an inflatable playground to name a few. This special day was a wonderful opportunity for everyone to take a short and well-deserved break and spend valuable time together as a JAGC family.
- BG Chuck Pede
Congratulations to CW5 Jim Steddum, Chief Warrant Officer of The Judge Advocate General's Corps. CW5 Steddum was promoted to CW5 on 11 August 2015 at Swartworth Hall located at the Warrant Officer Career College, Fort Rucker, Alabama.
Greetings from your regimental home. In July, we experienced some significant events at the LCS. Below is a quick synopsis and some attached photos.
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Change of Command
On Thursday, 30 July 2015, after two years in command, Major Heidi Steele relinquished command and guardianship of the TJAGLCS, Student Detachment unit colors. In a ceremony presided over by BG Charles N. Pede, MAJ Steele passed the colors to the incoming commander, CPT Steve Szymanski.
Immediately following the Change of Command, we welcomed 39 Judge Advocates into our Corps when members of the 197th JAOBC were sworn, certified, and received their diplomas. The class also included 2 international students from Armenia & Zambia.
During their 10.5 weeks at JAOBC the 197th managed to help improve the community in and around Charlottesville by volunteering at numerous public service events. They also increased their class APFT combined score by 45 points and reclaimed the coveted Commander’s Cup by beating the TJAGLCS Faculty and Staff in 2 out of 3 sporting events. The class was composed of an equal number of Active Duty, Reserve Component, and National Guard Soldiers. The active duty officers moved out quickly to 15 installations.
Legal professionals from around the world are strengthened by the information we learn, the experiences we gain, and the knowledge we share. This monthly newsletter is designed to share information, experiences, and knowledge with our Corps for the benefit of our entire team. I encourage you to review the newsletter and share the information with your team. I hope you find it valuable in assisting with your critical roles in the Corps. We look forward to you v...isiting your Regimental home soon.
-BG Chuck Pede
On Friday, April 24th, the 196th JAOBC was joined by BG Pede, COL Garrett, and their Faculty and Staff Run Group Leaders for a team building 3-mile company run.
On 19 April, 12 members of the 196th JAOBC partnered with students from the 63rd Graduate Course to host a Field Day at McIntyre Park for Big Brothers and Big Sisters. The students hosted games, sporting events, and various competitions for the children who ranged in age from 10-13 years old.
On 18 April, 25 members of the 196th JAOBC participated in the Charlottesville Run for Autism 5 K. This event raises money for the Virginia Institute of Autism. The money raised funds items such as helmets, bikes, PE equipment, and supplies for students.
On 11 April, 5 members of the 196th JAOBC participated in the UVA Army ROTC RJ Hess Memorial 5K to raise awareness for the RJ Hess Foundation. 1LT RJ Hess was a graduate of the ROTC program who was killed in action in Afghanistan on 23 April 2013. The race helps draw awareness to the 1LT Hess Leadership Award and Scholarship that the UVA Army ROTC program awards to a Fourth Year Cadet.