The Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps continues to advance as a lean, agile, ready, and effective force in an environment of expanding legal engagement. The JAG Corps Values and Vision describes the Corps in the context of our rich heritage and the ever-unfolding challenges on the horizon to capture who we are, where we have been, and where we are going.
The JAG Corps Values and Vision showcases who we are—a diverse group of legal professionals dedicated to the Air Force mission—and what we bring to the fight— from advising commanders to providing indispensable legal assistance to our Airmen, past and present. The Values portion of this document underscores how we fulfill our mission, applying the Air Force Core Values through the guiding principles of our Corps—Wisdom, Valor, and Justice.
The 2010 Year in Review, highlights the character, pride, and dedication of the JAG Corps family in its mission of Foundational Leadership. In this edition's first section, Our Corps, JAG Corps leaders provide perspectives on past important accomplishments by JAG Corps members and their thoughts on the great challenges that lay in the future. This first section concludes with the recognition of the JAG Corps' annual award winners plus a list of the plethora of JAG Corps members that wrote an article that was published during the year.
The second section of this edition is Our Contribution to the Fight, in which the Secretary of the Air Force, the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and a United States Senator share their opinions on current Air Force issues and our role in meeting these challenges. Also included are articles from JAG Corps organizations and people across the Air Force. From headquarters and base-level organizations to judge advocates and paralegals working with joint forces, and in deployed locations, the section highlights the broad range of work performed by members of the Corps across the globe.
The third section, Keystone Leadership Summit 2010, captures many of the outstanding presentations delivered at this year's sixth annual summit in Orlando, Florida. Keystone 2010 differed from the past several years in that plenary sessions were held on only the first and last day where leaders of our federal government spoke to an audience of over 700 TJAGC members. On the second day, attendees attending various "track" sessions, the third day was filled with various hot topic elective sessions, and the fourth day contained MAJCOM breakout sessions.