Graham, David E.
September 2003
Naval War College Review;Autumn2003, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p162
Academic Journal
Discusses the evolution of military justice in the United States. Efforts of judges to insert some legality on the conduct of military operations; Factual background on the legal implications of military operations on Vietnam, Grenada, Panama and Persian Gulf; Response of commanders to legal advice.


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