FORT NOVOSEL (FORT RUCKER) MILITARY CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
PROFESSIONAL LEGAL COUNSEL AT FORT NOVOSEL (FORT RUCKER) AFB
Enlisted military officers have a lot at stake when it comes to their profession and reputation. Their career is dependent on their honorable service and any criminal accusation can put an end to it. If an officer has received a notification with regards to a possible investigation being carried out against him, it is extremely important for the officer to get help from a legal counsel immediately. Even if a statement has already been given by you, an experienced criminal military defense lawyer such Joseph L. Jordan can help strongly represent your case so as to ensure that your rights are safeguarded. It is not a good idea to await a court martial before contacting a defense attorney.
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF FORT NOVOSEL (FORT RUCKER)
A United States Army post, Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) is located primarily in Dale County, Alabama. It got its name from a General Edmund Rucker, a Civil War officer. Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) is a key base for flight preparation and training for Army Aviation. The U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence is also located at Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker). It is the primary military facility at the post.
Policy, training as well as testing are major elements of the Center's objective. It aims to support and enhance the capabilities of Army Aviation. Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) has been synonymous with Army Aviation practice and training since 1973. It also undertakes US Air Force training along with the training of assistant helicopter pilots.
The term "Mother Rucker" is also often used for Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker). This is with respect to the fact that and Army Aviator starts his career at Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) and keeps coming back to it for further training and undertaking greater responsibility in his armed forces career. It is a center for consistent pilot education, training and growth.
The post was originally named Ozark Triangular Division Camp. But before its official opening on May 1, 1942, it was named Camp Rucker by the War Department. Therefore, Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) opened as "Camp Rucker" in 1942 with enough quarters to hold 3,280 Officers and over 39,000 enlisted personnel.
PRESENT DAY FORT NOVOSEL (FORT RUCKER)
Chuck Hagel, Secretary of Defense, visited Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker) recently and threw light on the role of the facility with regards to national defense. He got a close look at the airframes which are utilized for soldier training and also at the modern aircraft used during training. This training is undertaken before the soldier can be allocated their first military unit.
One of the major topics addressed by Secretary Hagel was the need to upgrade the fleet of airplanes at Fort Novosel (Fort Rucker). With seemingly greater budget restrictions and cuts in the future in the defense department, Hagel regards preparation as a key solution.
According to Hagel, the three elements that help in keeping the borders secure at all times, include resourceful and qualified individuals, ways to utilize cutting edge techniques and developing partnerships.
EXPERIENCED LEGAL ADVICE AT FORT NOVOSEL (FORT RUCKER)
Joseph L. Jordan is a thorough professional in the field of criminal defense law. Service officials in various regions around the world such as Europe, Alaska, U.S. and the Middle East have been successfully represented by Joseph Jordan. Mr. Jordan has also appeared as a consultant in Media including the Fox News and New York Times. Attorney Jordan has years of experience handling various kinds of criminal defense cases in the armed forces.
He has the distinct advantage of being in the service as a civilian military defense counsel. Therefore he can provide you valuable guidance and support in various situations, whether you have been accusations pertaining to sexual crimes (Article 120), Conspiracy (Article 81) or other UCMJ accusations.