Veterans Attorney Completes Judge Advocate General’s Corp. Training

Veterans Attorney Ralph Bratch

Ralph Bratch

Co-founder and owner of a legal firm dedicated to veterans’ disability claims and serving disabled veterans from every branch of the military.

Marion, IN – Veterans attorney Ralph Bratch, co-founder, owner, and manager of Bosley & Bratch, recently completed nine days of Army Reserve Annual Training at Ft. Dix in New Jersey as part of the Judge Advocate General’s Corp. Training.

field trainingThe program included instruction in land navigation, weapons qualification on the M9, and an assortment of heavy weapons including the M203 (grenade launcher), M249 (SAW), M240 (machine gun), M2 (.50 cal), MK19 (grenade launcher), and grenades. There was also a joint field training exercise that involved an air assault in CH-53 Air Stallion helicopters on a static objective.

“This was, simply put, the kind of experience not many lawyers ever get to have,” Bratch said.

It was a great opportunity and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in the nine-day program. This experience provides me with an ongoing unique opportunity to share some of the same experiences our veterans have experienced and this in turn helps in dealing with their veterans disability claims and appeals.

Bratch has previously completed other similar training and educational courses throughout his career. His initial Judge Advocate Officer’s Basic and Advanced courses were completed in 2003 and 2005, respectively, and he has also completed the Combat Lifesaver Course and Combined Arms and Service Staff School (CAS3).

The associates at Bosley & Bratch serve veterans from every branch of the military and work exclusively in the VA field. This often means expanding their experiences in order to deal with the extensive laws and regulations at both the federal and state levels.

About Bosley & Bratch

Bosley & Bratch is committed to serving disabled veterans from every military branch. The associates at the firm have extensive experiences working exclusively in the VA field and with the various federal and state laws concerning veterans’ disability and other rights. The team at Bosley & Bratch has more than 80 years of combined experience, including associates who have served on the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Veterans Advocates (NOVA) and others who have been included in the publication The Best Lawyers in America® by their peers. The firm has pioneered several disability movements, including cases related to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and continues to serve veterans who are suffering from any mental or physical impairments related to time spend in the armed forces.

Bosley & Bratch offers free online case evaluations.

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Veterans Attorney Completes Judge Advocate General’s Corp. Training
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