Founded in 1974, shortly after the United States itself barely two decades previously, the United States Navy has become the most powerful navy in the world. As of November 2020, the Navy has almost 350,000 active-duty personnel and nearly 280,000 civilian employees across dozens of bases around the world and across the country.
The Navy itself comprises nearly over 400 ships in both active service and nearly 100 in the planning and ordering stages. The cornerstone of this massive force are the eleven massive aircraft carriers, each the centerpiece of a massive carrier group, itself comprised of several ships to both support and protect the carrier.
To support such a massive, global force requires both a lot of personnel and many bases to house and support those brave men and women. There are over forty bases along both coasts of the continental United States and Hawaii to support this huge amount of people and equipment. These include:
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These are just a handful of the bases the Navy runs across the country, supporting thousands of personnel and civilian employees. The Navy helps the United States project its power across the globe quickly and decisively, and the men and women who support this juggernaut of an organization deserve the best legal representation available should something happen on one of its bases. This is where Aaron Meyer comes in.
With experience both as a Marine and Judge Advocate, Aaron Meyer has the experience, skills, and knowledge to handle any case under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. If you find yourself in need of legal representation, contact Aaron Meyer today to see how he can help.
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