Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law, humbly defends military men and women stationed internationally. Germany is one of the United States’ most valued and long-standing allies with one of the largest U.S. military populations of any country outside our own. We are proud to offer consul and defense to clients at any of the German bases we serve, and have won numerous cases in Germany for both Army and Air Force clients.
While a majority of the bases in Germany are U.S. Army or Air Force dominated, we produce results for ALL branches of the military, regardless the severity of crime(s) accused. Every one of our legal staff has years of military service, and a keen understanding of how to navigate the complexities of UCMJ law.
Bases we serve in Germany
USAG Ansbach- Situated in northern Bavaria, Ansbach has been a vital Army garrison since World War II. The USAG Ansbach area houses and employs almost 6,500 people, from soldiers to their families and the civilians who work on base.
USAG Rheinland-Pfalz, Baumholder- With a total population of more than 40,000 Army Soldiers, family members, and civilian employees, USAG Rheinland-Pfalz is a vital military installation. Baumholder has the greatest concentration of US combat soldiers of anywhere outside the United States. During World War II, the Third Reich built Baumholder on land stripped from ownership of German villagers. In 1951, Americans took over Baumholder. What was a Nazi training area became an American military stronghold for strategy and mobilization.
USAG Bavaria- Located in Grafenwoehr, USAG is a single army garrison with 4 sub-bases over 89 square miles, including Grafenwoehr, Hohenfels, Garmisch, and Vilseck. It also includes the Grafenwoehr Training Area. The five communities make up a population of nearly 40,000 military, civilians, and families.
Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC)- The KMC is an umbrella term for the region surrounding Ramstein Air Force Base, US Army Garrison Rheinland-Phalz, and Landstuhl. It is named after the nearby district of Kaiserslautern, and is located in Southwestern Germany.
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center- Landstuhl is the largest American hospital located internationally and is operated by the MHS (Military Health System). Landstuhl is both a city and a medical campus, and while not a base, it is a large community operated by all branches and civilian doctors. It is just South of Ramstein AFB and West of Kaiserslautern, situated perfectly to serve the KMC as well as incoming servicemen and women from around the globe.
Ramstein AFB- Ramstein Air Base is the largest of two major Air Force bases in Germany, and the US Air Force operation headquarters for the European Theater. It is also the central NATO base, and combined with Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, provides transport and medical care for troops stationed in Germany and returning from all over the world. It is the Air Force operated portion of the Kaiserslautern Military Community.
Spangdahlem AFB- Spangdahlem is a smaller Air Force installation in Trier, an extremely old city in Northern Germany. Trier is just next to the border of Luxembourg and Belgium. With a total population of around 14,000 military, civilian employees, and their families, Spangdahlem is a tight-knit community.
USAG Stuttgart- Considered a large municipality, USAG Stuttgart has over 20,000 multi-service personnel, and even more non-enlisted members of its community. It was a particularly important landmark for troops during the Cold War. It is a gradually downsizing community with five installations and headquarters in Boblingen at Panzer Kaserne.
USAG Wiesbaden- Wiesbaden has origins over a thousand years old but became an airfield for the first time in the 1920s. It was taken over and revamped as an Air Base by Nazi Leadership in the late 1930s, and then abandoned as American forces advanced at the end of World War II in the European theater. American forces have occupied the base ever since, and now it is a thriving garrison community with important units and organizations that rely upon it.
Why Choose Our Firm for UCMJ Defense in Germany?
Expertise- With over 31 years of combined experience in UCMJ law, our legal defense team is a powerhouse of knowledgeable, connected professionals with military backgrounds.
International Practice- We fight for you, regardless of where you are stationed. We pride ourselves on our global reach and willingness to serve clients in all time zones and on all American bases.
Results- Our aggressive defense strategies will help you win back your reputation and livelihood. You deserve a strategic advocate to communicate with, and someone who understands you and your case precisely. Joseph L. Jordan has won numerous cases for Army and Air Force clients in Germany.
We Are Committed to Serving You
If you are located internationally, and have been accused of a military crime, contact Attorney Joseph L. Jordan for military criminal defense immediately before you proceed with the next steps of your case.