Military Justice Division
The Military Justice Division provides expert advice to all commanders and military law enforcement within the National Training Center and Fort Irwin in order to maintain good order and discipline. Legal support provided by the Military Justice Division includes, but is not limited to, processing of all adverse administrative actions, preparation of Article 15s pursuant to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), and prosecution of all Courts-Martial on behalf of the command. The Military Justice Division also supports the command by providing military justice and operational law training, as requested. Additionally, the Division provides Judge Advocates to serve as Special Assistant United States Attorneys who represent the United States in United States District Court.
Phone: (760) 380-4414
Fax: (760) 380-4370
Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 0900 – 1700
Thursday: 1300 - 1700
We are closed on all Federal Holidays and have limited availability on training holidays.
Building 241, at the corner of C Avenue and Third Street.
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This website was updated on 26 March 2013