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Interview-based podcast with leaders, innovators, and influencers on the law, leadership, and best practices of the day. We explore all areas of military legal practice, connecting the dots from the tactical to the strategic, and push the boundaries of innovation through the speed of relevance.

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Interview-based podcast with leaders, innovators, and influencers on the law, leadership, and best practices of the day. We explore all areas of military legal practice, connecting the dots from the tactical to the strategic, and push the boundaries of innovation through the speed of relevance.

    Air Force Judge Advocate Generals School Podcast - 61. Lawcraft: Deciphering China's Approach Toward International Law with Capt Matt Ormsbee - Part 2

    Air Force Judge Advocate Generals School Podcast - 61. Lawcraft: Deciphering China's Approach Toward International Law with Capt Matt Ormsbee - Part 2

    This is the second of our two-part conversation with Capt Matt Ormsbee about his article titled "Lawcraft: China's Evolving Approach to International Law and the Implications for American National Security," which was published in Fordham Law Review. The article analyzes China's apparent attitudes toward international law, and how that has evolved over the last few decades and what means for the interests of the United States and other nations going forward.

    60. Lawcraft: Deciphering China's Approach Toward International Law with Captain Matt Ormsbee

    60. Lawcraft: Deciphering China's Approach Toward International Law with Captain Matt Ormsbee

    In this episode, we talk with Capt Matt Ormsbee about his article titled "Lawcraft: China's Evolving Approach to International Law and the Implications for American National Security," which was published in Fordham Law Review. The article analyzes China's apparent attitudes toward international law, and how that has evolved over the last few decades and what means for the interests of the United States and other nations going forward.

    59. Unconscious Bias with Colonel Jerime Reid - Part 2

    59. Unconscious Bias with Colonel Jerime Reid - Part 2

    Montgomery, Alabama is the birthplace of modern air power and the civil rights movement. In this second episode of a two-part series, we continue our discussion with Colonel Jerime Reid regarding unconscious bias and racial disparity in the military justice system.

    58. Unconscious Bias with Colonel Jerime Reid - Part 1

    58. Unconscious Bias with Colonel Jerime Reid - Part 1

    Montgomery, Alabama is the birthplace of modern air power and the civil rights movement. In this interview with Colonel Jerime Reid, we discuss the intersection of those two things as we explore the recent research showing racial disparity in military justice actions with the U.S. Air Force.

    57. What's Up with China? - with Lt Col Charles Gartland

    57. What's Up with China? - with Lt Col Charles Gartland

    Today we’re talking about Great Power Competition, a term generally used for the United States’ current posture as it relates to China and Russia. The specter is one of three predominant players competing to protect and/or expand their respective spheres of influence over the globe. Today we launch our first podcast in a series of episodes that will introduce, define, and explore this phenomenon. We’ll talk about how it started, where it is, and where it looks like it’s headed, and we’ll talk about why it matters. We’ve assembled experts from various fields to help us understand our competitors better, to help us understand our history better, and in turn to help us understand our role that much better.

    Today, a primer on China, with Lt Col Charles Gartland. Currently the Law Chair Director for Air University here at Maxwell Air Force Base, Lt Col Gartland has been studying and writing about China for several years and he agreed to bring his considerable understanding of that competitor to bear to kick off this series.

    56. The Caine Mutiny - A Book Review with Lt Col Charles Gartland

    56. The Caine Mutiny - A Book Review with Lt Col Charles Gartland

    In this episode, your hosts sit down with Air University Law Chair Lt Col Charles Gartland and discuss The Caine Mutiny, the 1951 Pulitzer-prize winning novel by Herman Wouk. We’ll discuss this monumental work of World War II historical fiction and extract its lessons for today on leadership, followership, and the nature of military command.

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Better than the last

I had never listened to podcasts before, but I saw a reference to this in an email and thought I’d check it out. Now I’m obsessed. I listen to these on the way to work and step in the office feeling inspired, like each day will be better than the last. Only downside is that I thought I’d try listening to some other popular podcasts, and each podcast has been worse than the last.

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Great Delivery Mechanism

While this a resource anyone can utilize, the members of the Air Force JAG Corps can really benefit from an audio resource as this rather than another published document. Lawyers read an inordinate amount of content already and the ability to drop some headphones on and hit the track or treadmill is a nice change of pace. In general this a well produced and professional means of teaching complex but interesting content. Please continue the podcast mission.

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