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Legal Issues of Homeland Defense and Coast Guard

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Title: Legal Issues of Homeland Defense and Coast Guard
Other Titles: Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Law
Creators: Lederer, Calvin; Dell'Orto, Daniel
Keywords: international law
Iraq war
homeland security
Coast Guard
Afghanistan
war on terror
Issue Date: 2004-03-02
Abstract: Cal Lederer was appointed to the Senior Executive Service and became Deputy TJAG of the Coast Guard on June 2, 2002. He assists the TJAG in advising the leadership of the Coast Guard concerning claims and litigation, environmental law, general law, legislation, maritime and international law, military justice, procurement law, and regulatory and administrative law. In addition to directing eighty military and civilian attorneys in Washington, he supports field legal activities and manages the Coast Guard’s Legal Program. Daniel J. Dell'Orto is the Department’s Principal Deputy General Counsel. He has served in this capacity since June 2000. He also served as the Acting General Counsel of the Department of Defense from January 19-May 23, 2001. He provides oversight, guidance, and direction regarding legal advice on all matters arising within the Department of Defense, including the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/30698
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