Joint Multinational Readiness Center’s Justice League

U.S. Army Capt. Julia Flores, assigned to the Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Mustangs Observer Coach Trainer team, talks about her role as a legal observer coach trainer at Hohenfels Training Area. Flores, who previously was a lawyer in the private sector, joined the Army in 2016. She now provides legal feedback and advice to soldiers training at JMRC to improve fellow JAG officers impact and efficiency of their war fighting functions. (U.S. Army video by Cpl. Tomarius Roberts)

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As the Brigade Legal Observer Coach Trainer, we come out to the brigade staff level so usually wherever the RTOC is or if they call it the main command post and we watch Brigade Judge Advocate or the regimental Judge Advocate and their staff integrate into the rest of the brigade staff, see how well they can synchronize across the warfighting functions, how they can provide them legal input and legal products to help them do their jobs better. What we do here, the Legal Brigade, is assist in helping the rotational training unit’s legal staff as they provide legal advice, especially on the Law of Armed Conflict during rotations, during exercises, and peer-to-peer conflict. I have met incredible people. I am humbled by their ability to take constructive criticism and work even harder to be better. Most people come here prepared. It’s just really incredible.

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