ACCOMPLISHED MILITARY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER SERVING PATRICK AFB
Army personnel cannot allow deviations from the strict code of discipline when on active duty, for that can lead to consequences as severe as a dishonorable discharge or even imprisonment. This makes compliance to the military discipline code not only important, but vital for a blemish-free record in the army. In case a military personnel is charged, with minor wrongdoings or criminal offenses during active duty, they should rely on the services of an able Patrick AFB UCMJ Attorney like Joseph L. Jordan.
Joseph Jordan has been in service for 11 years and is able to understand how both sides in a case work. His experience as a defense counsel, combined with his knowledge and understanding of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), enables him to prepare the best possible defense strategy for his clients.
A BRIEF HISTORY AND OVERVIEW OF PATRICK AFB
The Patrick Air Force base was established as the Naval Air Station Banana River in 1940. It is located on a barrier island between Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach in Florida's Brevard County. The base was initially a subordinate of the NAS Jacksonville, Florida, and was commissioned for anti-submarine patrol along the coast of Florida, during the World War II.
The transition of the base from a Naval Air Station to a US Air Force base took place in 1948. In 1950, the base was named Patrick Air Force Base in honor of Major General, Mason Patrick. In 1971, the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute was established at the base.
The air force base, which hosts the 45th Space Wing (45 SW), has supported historical space rocket launches. The officers and the airmen of the 45 SW manage all the launches of unmanned rockets and satellites for the US Army, the NSA, and the NRA. The base also supports NASA, the NOAA and international clients like the European Space Agency with its scientific payload launches.
PRESENT DAY PATRICK AFB COMMUNITY
The present day Patrick Air Force Base is home around 14,717 personnel. The base has three housing areas, besides the recreational housing facilities on the beach, enlisted clubs, a commissary, two chapels, a library and other facilities that cater to the leisure and recreational needs of the members. There is also an Air Force Space and Missile Museum at Cape Carneval Ari Force Station at the base.
In addition to the deployment support and readiness programs for airmen and their families, the Patrick AFB community also hosts fitness and health programs, and recreational events, and family support services. Patrick AFB may be a strong community, but the possibility of a small tiff on the field turning into an aggressive assault cannot be ruled out. While the crime rate in the air force base may have not reached an alarming level, active members of the base can face intricate punishments if proven guilty of an offense, unless they seek the services of a Patrick AFB UCMJ lawyer.
EXPERT PATRICK AFB COURT MARTIAL ATTORNEY AT YOUR SERVICE
Army personnel in active duty can face severe administrative action or legal punishment when charged and proven guilty of a misdemeanor or a felony. In such situations, an accomplished Patrick AFB UCMJ attorney like Joseph L. Jordan can help. With years of experience as a defense counsel, Mr. Jordan is committed to defending his clients and gives them the best legal counsel to deal with legal investigations and indictments. He is an expert defense counsel committed to proving the innocence of his clients, and aggressively represents his clients in Article 120, tribunal and UCMJ case hearings.
Thanks to his expertise and full understanding of the UCMJ, he has been able to help several military personnel who were falsely charged of wrongdoing while in duty. Call (866) 624-7503 today to get started.