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Appleton4309 wrote:Esquire and other JAGS
Did you? Show me. I've found this information to be quite scarce.
check out the comments. Thats just from last week. Can you please tell me if there is any truth to this based on what you have seen personally? Thanks
"If your friend wants to climb the ranks in the military, he will have to jump from JAG to infantry, which means he will have to be in shape and take shit from the grunts (remember, in training your captain's bars don't mean crap as you have to lick your drill instructor's boots). "
"I'm in the JAG Corps. I'm getting out later this year. Promotions are getting much more difficult. "
Yes, but if we're talking about promotion to Major, big deal. It's still a high 80-85%. The people that don't get selected for it likely have a reason why they weren't selected. LTC is still yours to lose.
"A Michigan grad will be derided harder than the average JAG officer. "
Who posts this kind of nonsense? It's just straight trolling. If you pick out useful comments for me to look at, I can give my opinion. Otherwise, I've stopped reading it. Seems to be a bunch of trolling.
adonai wrote:The only thing I personally saw was one guy saying it was hard to get a promotion (assuming in JAG)? Anyway, one of my interviewers made it seem like he and those he knew in various JAG branches basically had their pick of the litter with regards to big fed jobs, with most common being boon-town USAOs, DOJ, and DHS.
I've found this to be the case. Veteran's preference and real litigation experience is highly respected by the Feds.