The Air Force Criminal Court of Appeals will be on campus this week providing a mock argument demonstration for our students. Those interested in air force legal research might take advantage of some these resources available via the library. There are many other available databases in both Westlaw and Lexis. If you want to know more, please ask at the reference desk.
Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure (2008), via LexisNexis.
Also available in print on the 5th Floor: KF7620 .S34 2008
Military Rules of Evidence Manual, via LexisNexis
Also available in print on the 5th Floor: KF7628 .S26 2006
Air & Space Power Journal, via Westlaw
Federal Human Resources - U.S. Air Force Materials, via Westlaw
Federal Military Law - Cases, via Westlaw
Air Force Law Review (AKA United States Air Force JAG Bulletin, AKA United States Air Force JAG Law Review), available via HeinOnline.
U.S. Air Force Academy Journal of Legal Studies (1990 - 2003), via HeinOnline.
Civil Law Opinions of the JAG, available via LLMC Digital.
Homeland defense: actions needed to improve management of air sovereignty alert operations to protect U.S. airspace : report to congressional requesters (2009), available via GPO Access.