MILITARY CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY SERVING HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD
Discipline in the army is considered a very serious affair. Active-duty members, who are under pressure to follow the UCMJ on the professional front and maintain familial harmony on the personal front, may slip-up and face action, non-judicial or a court martial. In such situations, a UCMJ lawyer of Joseph L. Jordan's caliber can protect personnel's rights and give them a new lease of life.
Mr. Jordan is a Texas-based former service member who provides worldwide representation. His meticulous attention to detail and aggressive approach has turned the tables on prosecutors, and helped clients win the best possible results in their case. As an experienced Hunter Army Airfield UCMJ lawyer, he is well-poised to provide top-notch legal representation for soldiers embroiled in Article 120 and Article 15 cases.
HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD – HISTORY AND FACTS
Located in Savannah, Georgia, Hunter Army is a subordinate installation to Fort Stewart. Together, Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield are home to the 3rd Infantry Division. Hunter Army Airfield has the Army's longest runway on the east coast, coming in at 11,375 feet. Its aircraft parking area is over 350 acres. The mission of Hunter Army Airfield is to provide control, command, administration, training, civilian-military support and logistics to Fort Stewart's units.
Hunter Army Airfield started life as Hunter Municipal Airfield in 1940.
In the same year, Army Air Corps built a base here, and it went on to serve as an operational training unit for many years. The airfield was assigned a new mission in 1975 as a support facility for the 24th Infantry Division at Fort Stewart. The Division's rapid deployment capability was helpful in the 1990 Gulf War, where Kuwait was invaded by Iraq. Today, Hunter Army Airfield comprises divisional and non-divisional units, and is home to 5,000 soldiers.
THE HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD COMMUNITY
The airfield has a bustling community and organizes a number of events to engage residents. Its SHARP program is dedicated to creating awareness, and providing training and education about sexual assault. Hunter Army Airfield also maintains dedicated equal opportunity advisers who provide support, advice and training to commanders, service members, army civilians and family members. Suffice to say, there are initiatives, programs and resources in place to help ensure that personnel don't stray from the professional code of conduct and the community retains its quality. However, no army base is immune from incidents of crime, serious or petty. In his years of experience as a Hunter Army Airfield military criminal defense lawyer, Joseph L. Jordan has seen soldiers facing risks of serious consequences under UCMJ Article 120 crimes, in particular.
NOTABLE INCIDENTS OF MILITARY CRIME AT HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD
Alexis Hutchinson, a soldier deployed to Hunter Army Airfield Military Reservation was awarded an administrative 'Other than Honorable' discharge after attempting to get out of her Afghanistan deployment. She escaped criminal charges at a court martial, which would have attracted a one-year jail term and bad conduct discharge. Her defense attorney was able to prove that Hutchinson intended to deploy until her childcare plans fell through.
In a interesting case that made headlines, a group of four US soldiers stationed at Fort Stewart plotted domestic terror attacks in a bid to overthrow the Obama government. All are members of a group called FEAR – Forever Enduring Always Ready – and also stand accused of murdering a former soldier and his girlfriend. The case is still pending in federal court.
Whether the crime in question is serious or less-serious, the services of a trusted court martial lawyer cannot be discounted. How convincingly defendants present their case ultimately decides their fate.