61 Naval L. Rev [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/naval61 and id is 1 raw text is: NAVAL LAW REVIEW

Judge Advocate General of the Navy
Vice Admiral James W. Houck, JAGC, USN
Commander, Naval Legal Service Command
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Published by the Naval Justice School, the Naval Lant, Revieit, encourages frank discussion of
relevant legislative, administrative, and judicial developments in military and related fields of law.
Views expressed in published articles must be considered solely those of individual authors and do
not purport to voice the views of the Naval Justice School, the Judge Advocate General, the
Department of the Navy, or any other agency or department of the United States. The Naval Laui,
Revieu, is published from appropriated funds by authority of the Judge Advocate General in
accordance with Navy Publications and Printing Regulations P-35. This issue of the Naval Law,
Revieu, may be cited as 61 NAVAL L. REv. [page number] (2012).

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