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 - 34. Defense Personal Property Program with Mr. Rick Marsh and Mr. Bradley Richardson – Part 2
This is part 2 of our discussion on the Defense Personal Property Program, or DP3 Program, with Director, Mr. Rick Marsh, and US Transportation Command attorney-advisor, Mr. Bradley Richardson.
This part 2 continues where we left off on part 1. We continue our discussion on the DP3 Program to include how the DP3 team conducts strategic communication, innovates, works legal issues, and operates to improve the overall experience for customers, contractors, and other stakeholders.
Air Force Judge Advocate Generals School Podcast - 33. Defense Personal Property Program with Mr. Rick Marsh and Mr. Bradley Richardson – Part 1
In this 2-episode interview, we discuss the Defense Personal Property Program, or DP3 Program, with Director, Mr. Rick Marsh, and US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) attorney-advisor, Mr. Bradley Richardson.
The DP3 Program deals with the movement of household goods and POVs, non-temporary storage, and the DoD management framework. We discuss the challenges faced by the DP3 Program, innovative solutions that the team is working on, and how they conduct strategic communication to their stakeholders including customers, contractors, senior leaders, Congress, through litigation, and others.
32. Wind Energy Boom with Mr. Jim Cannizzo
Today’s interview is the second consecutive interview with environmental law subject matter experts. In this interview, we have the pleasure to speak with Mr. Jim Cannizzo, a retired Air Force JAG, and current Senior Attorney-Advisor in the Mission Sustainment and Planning Branch of the Environmental Law Field Support Center, San Antonio, Texas.
We discuss “The Wind Energy Boom” including some of the biggest wind energy challenges faced both within the Air Force and DoD. We also continue our discussion on the interplay between environmental law and military operations, and how this impacts our national security.
31. Environmental Law & Air Force Operations with Mr. Joseph Miller
Today's interview is the first of two separate interviews with environmental law subject matter experts. We have the pleasure to speak with Mr. Joseph Miller, to discuss Environmental Law and Air Force Operations. We plan to discuss some the biggest environmental law challenges we face both within the Air Force and DoD and the interplay between environmental law and operational law – an area often overlooked but very important from a national security perspective.
Mr. Miller is the Chief of the Air Force Environmental Law Field Support Center, located in San Antonio, Texas which is now part of the Operations & International Law Directorate, Office of The Judge Advocate General. He leads a team of 32 attorneys and paralegals located at 9 locations in advising the headquarters staff, major commands and subordinate legal offices of the US Air Force on all environmental and land use statutes, regulations and policies.
30. Decorated Combat Paralegal with MSgt Austin Hardin
In this interview we sit down with Master Sergeant Austin Hardin, an active duty Air Force paralegal, to discuss his 2013 combat experience in Afghanistan. This combat experience earned him a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for his heroic actions in an insurgent convoy attack where he was initially rendered unconscious by a vehicle born IED, recovered, immediately began returning fire, and saved the lives of the other passengers.
MSgt Hardin discusses the convoy experience and how he worked to recover after being injured in the convoy attack and assimilate back into his legal office. He also offers some leadership principles and takeaways that he learned through the experience.
29. Birth of the Special Victims' Counsel Program with (Ret.) Lt Gen Richard Harding - Part 2
Welcome to Part 2 of The Birth of the Special Victims' Counsel (SVC) Program with (Retired) Lieutenant General Richard Harding, The Judge Advocate General of the United States Air Force from 2010-2014, who was instrumental in creating the SVC program.
This Part 2 continues where we left off from Part 1 as General Harding discusses the seminal case of LRM v Kastenberg that afforded victims counsel certain legal rights on behalf of their clients, how universities across the country are now modeling aspects of military procedure in their administrative Title 9 sex assault cases on campus, and his views on how to effectuate positive change.
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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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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.