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1971 Army Law. 1 (1971)

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1 - NUMBER 1 - AUGUST 1971

This is the first issue of The Army Lawyer,
a monthly publication of The Judge Advocate
General's School. Its purpose is to provide
practical, how-to-do-it information to Army
lawyers. Thus, The Army Lawyer will fill the
gap between the Judge Advocate Legal Serv-
ice and the Military Law Review, and at the
same time consolidate other publications into
a' single, convenient source. The Army Law-
yer replaces, in part, the Procurement Legal
Service, the Legal Assistance Bulletin, the
PP&TO Newsletter, the Claims Administra-
tive Letters, and the noncase materials of
JALS, except those items of. interest to re-
servists and those which must have immedi-
ate distribution to the field. The Army Lawyer
will publish comments on recent develop-
ments in the law and provide a forum for
short articles from the field. It will also carry
news of subjects of current general interest
to Army lawyers.
The Army Lawyer is your publication, and
all are encouraged to write and submit ar-
ticles or comments to the Editor, The Army
Lawyer, The    Judge   Advocate   General's
School Charlottesville, Virginia 22901. Ar-
ticles should be in manuscript form, typed,
double-spaced, with footnotes typed separate-
ly, and of a length of approximately five to
twenty manuscript pages. By-line credit
will be given to authors for their articles.
Your comments on how The Army Lawyer
might be improved are also solicited. Our

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Distribution of The Army Lawyer is one
to each active duty Army judge advocate and
Department of the Army civilian attorney.
If your office is not receiving sufficient copies
of The Army Lawyer to make this distribu-
tion, please write the Editor, The Army Law-
yer and an adjustment in the distribution to
your installation will be made.

goal is a publication that meets your needs,
and criticisms which will help us to accom-
plish that goal will be greatly appreciated.
Major General George Shipley Prugh, was
born in Norfolk, Virginia, on 1 June 1920.
After graduation from Lowell High School,
San Francisco, California, in December 1936,
he attended San Francisco Junior College
from which he obtained the Associate of Arts
degree in 1938. He then entered the Univer-
sity of California at Berkeley obtaining a
Bachelor of Arts degree in 1941 in Political
Science (Public Administration). From 11
January 1939 until 6 August 1940 he had en-
listed service in the 250th Coast Artillery
(155 mm. gun), California National Guard,
being discharged to enter upper division ROTC
at the University of California. At Berkeley,
he became the Regimental Commander of the
Coast Artillery ROTC Regiment and received
his commission as a second lieutenant, Coast
Artillery Corps, in March 1942 while enrolled
in the study of law at Boalt Hall, University
of California.
General Prugh's initial assignment was
with a 155 mm. gun battery, later serving as
S-3, in the 19th Coast Artillery Regiment,
Fort Rosecrans, San Diego, California. After
attendance  at the   Battery  Commanders'
Course, Fort Monroe, Virginia, he joined the
276th Coast Artillery Battalion (155 mm.
gun) in 1944 serving as a battery commander
in New Guinea and in the Philippines (Leyte
and Luzon). He returned to the United States
in February 1946, was separated from active
duty in May of that year, and entered Hast-
ings College of the Law, University of Cali-
fornia, in San Francisco. In November 1947,

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