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According to military sources, more than 300 judge advocates are deployed in support of the campaign in Iraq and other U.S. military operations — including roughly 200 Army lawyers, 50 Marine lawyers, 40 Air Force lawyers, and 40 Navy lawyers. In the first week of hostilities, two judge advocates suffered serious injuries — tragic proof of the extensive role military lawyers play on the front lines. On March 22, Marine judge advocate Lt. Col. John Ewers, 43, was shot by enemy forces in both arms while on a humanitarian mission in Southern Iraq. And on March 23, Capt. Andras Marton, 31, a lawyer for the Army’s 101st Airborne Division, was injured in the grenade attack at Camp Pennsylvania that killed two officers and wounded 14.

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