He carried a seabag, a Manual for Courts-Martial, a JAG Manual, and a yellow legal pad* He was the first Marine Corps lawyer ... But this was not his first time in uncomfortable operational circumstances. He had been a Marine for nearly 11 years, formerly a company commander and, just two years previously, a weapons instructor at The Basic School. ... In 1640 Parliament passed the landmark Ordinances of Armies, and later the American colonies followed the British pattern. In 1775anbsp;...
|Title||:||Marines and military law in Vietnam|
|Author||:||Gary D. Solis, United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division|