NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND MILITARY DEFENSE LAWYER
As an enlisted military personnel facing criminal charges, you have a lot to lose, if you are convicted. You could lose all your privileges and end up facing a court martial or even be jailed.
Have no doubt that the military will provide you with a competent criminal defense lawyer to protect your interests, but these lawyers have a lot of work on their hands and they may not be able to give your case the attention that it requires.
The prosecution will be baying for your blood and in such a situation you need an experienced and aggressive UCMJ attorney who will protect your interests and provide proper representation. If you are serving in NAS Whidbey Island, contact Joseph Jordan for legal aid.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF NAVAL AIR STATION (NAS), WHIDBEY ISLAND, WASHINGTON
In January 1941, a few months before the US entered the 2nd World War, an order came forth from the Chief of Naval Operations' Office to the 13th Naval District. The order asked the commandant to scout for a place where Navy patrol planes could refuel and rearm in defense of Puget Sound, should such an occasion ever arise.
Land was chosen near Oak Harbor, on Whidbey Island. Construction was hastened after the entry of the US into the 2nd World War. The air base was finally commissioned on September 21st, 1942 as the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. The land plane site was renamed Ault Field in memory of Commander William B. Ault, who died in the Battle of Coral Sea.
At the end of the 2nd World War, there were rumors that NAS Whidbey Island might be decommissioned, along with several other bases since they were not meeting the requirements of Naval Aviation in the post war period. The Korean War gave the NAS new life and the base was expanded.
PRESENT DAY NAS, WHIDBEY ISLAND
Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island has the distinction of being the Pacific Northwest's largest Naval Aviation base. Along with Naval Station Everett, Naval Magazine Indian Island and Naval Base Kitsap, it forms the Naval Region Northwest. The station is home to 7500 military personnel, 1200 contractors and 1200 civilian employees.
All electronic attack squadrons of the US Navy, consisting of EA-18G Growler and EA-6B Prowler are stationed here. 1700 housing units have been installed in NAS Whidbey Island to provide accommodation to military personnel. These housing units are located in the Coral Sea, Forbes Point and Maylor Point areas.
As of now, 19 active duty, two Ready Reserve squadrons and more than 40 tenant commands are placed at Naval Aviation Station Whidbey Island. It is also home to a Search and Rescue Unit, made up of Sikorsky MH-60S Nighthawks, UH-3H Sea King and C-12 Hurons.
NAS Whidbey Island is home to 15 squadrons of the EA-6B Prowler. Others squadrons of aircraft like EP-3E Aries Fleet Reconnaissance and P-3 Maritime Patrol are also stationed here.
LEGAL AID FOR ENLISTED MEMBERS OF NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND, WASHINGTON
If you are looking for a military defense lawyer who will not flinch under pressure and will give you a strong defense, you can call Joseph Jordan.
Joseph has successfully defended many enlisted members of the armed forces who were wrongly accused of crimes such as rape, larceny, solicitation, adultery, pandering, attempted murder or manslaughter and sexual assault.
He has a vast national and international experience in defending enlisted men and women against criminal charges. He has also acted as a court martial attorney on several occasions.