Uniformed Services Justice and Advocacy Group (USJAG)

A nonpartisan non-profit legal services corporation serving veterans.
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Primary geographic focus: District of Columbia, NATIONAL
Organization type(s): Provider

The Uniformed Services Justice & Advocacy Group’s (USJAG) mission is to keep the promise made by political and military leaders to our nation’s warriors.

We hold accountable those who have a duty and responsibility to live up to and honor the sacred promise to all members of the United States Armed Forces, its veterans and their families, “ …to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle…” by advocating on behalf of those who have honorably served this nation while providing them with comprehensive legal, forensic and investigative services in any and all administrative and judicial proceedings; to defend and protect their service connected benefits as well as preserve the continuity and delivery of proper and appropriate healthcare; to educate the public on all issues, needs and concerns facing this nation’s warriors; and to give them back to their communities and families with the dignity, honor and support they deserve.


Audio , Investigative

Missed Treatment: Soldiers With Mental Health Issues Dismissed For ‘Misconduct’

Daniel Zwerdling
National Public Radio (NPR)
October 28, 2015
A NPR investigation suggests the Army failed to pursue key evidence in its investigation, ruling out claims of mistreatment from nine other war veterans without ever interviewing or even contacting the men.

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