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Offline mcraider09

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Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« on: Dec 01, 2015, 12:42 »
I separated earlier this year, i applied for a contractor at the local air force base in Tennessee. The employer is demanding that i submit a JAG opinion letter to them. does any one know anything about this? i don't think it is required for me (enlisted) but the HR manager insists it is their company policy that all recently separated and retired military provide one. any information would be appreciated!!
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Re: Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« Reply #1 on: Dec 01, 2015, 01:12 »
A quick search found this. I don't know if it relates

http://www.quantico.marines.mil/Portals/147/Docs/Resources/OFFICESOFCOUNSEL/counsel_PGE%20Reference%20Guide.pdf

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counselor is required to issue an opinion within 30 days or as soon thereafter as
practicable (thus, the written opinion is colloquially known as a "30-day letter").
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Re: Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« Reply #2 on: Dec 01, 2015, 03:03 »
thanks for the help! i have searched the internet and only found a few documents and pdfs explaining what it is. not so much how to get one. :/

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Re: Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« Reply #3 on: Dec 01, 2015, 07:28 »
I separated earlier this year, i applied for a contractor at the local air force base in Tennessee. The employer is demanding that i submit a JAG opinion letter to them. does any one know anything about this? i don't think it is required for me (enlisted) but the HR manager insists it is their company policy that all recently separated and retired military provide one. any information would be appreciated!!
thanks!
Is there a reason you didn't subsequently call the JAG office on the AF base?

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Re: Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« Reply #4 on: Dec 01, 2015, 11:04 »
I separated earlier this year, i applied for a contractor at the local air force base in Tennessee. The employer is demanding that i submit a JAG opinion letter to them. does any one know anything about this? i don't think it is required for me (enlisted) but the HR manager insists it is their company policy that all recently separated and retired military provide one. any information would be appreciated!!
thanks!

I've been retired 2 years and I was asked to provide one for a job change within my current company. 

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Re: Navy JAG opinion letter for employment??
« Reply #5 on: Dec 02, 2015, 07:26 »
I separated earlier this year, i applied for a contractor at the local air force base in Tennessee. The employer is demanding that i submit a JAG opinion letter to them. does any one know anything about this? i don't think it is required for me (enlisted) but the HR manager insists it is their company policy that all recently separated and retired military provide one. any information would be appreciated!!
thanks!

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