Judge Advocate Advanced Contingency Skills Training Course

Students clear their weapons while participating in field training on a Fort Dix, N.J., range Oct. 24, 2008, as part of training in the Judge Advocate Functional Advanced Contingency Skills Training Course. The course is functional-specific training for Airmen in the Air Force's legal career field focusing on operations law instruction, contingency skills basics, rules of engagement on the use of force and expeditionary basics taught by the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center's JA staff. The training is held for four days prior to the students attending the core ACST Course taught by the 421st Combat Training Squadron, also on Fort Dix. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

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