CLAMO Report

Govern, Kevin H.
March 2002
Army Lawyer;Mar2002, Issue 350, p58
Trade Publication
Focuses on the preparation of legal support on the battlefield. Provision of operational law support by judge advocates, legal administrators and paralegal specialists; Involvement of the Battle Command Training Program; Intention of the leader development program sessions.


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