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Published quarterly by the Office of the Judge Advocate General
of the Navy as a professional legal forum for the Navy judge advocate,
the Journal encourages frank discussion of relevant legislative, ad-
ministrative and judicial developments in military and related law
fields.

Views expressed in published articles must be considered the view of
the individual author and do not purport to promulgate or voice the
views of the Judge Advocate General, the Department of the Navy, or
any other Agency or Department of the United States.

Submissions should be submitted to the Editor, JAG Journal. The
Journal will return unpublished manuscripts if so requested; but re-
sponsibility for safe return cannot be assumed. No compensation can
be paid for articles published. Prospective authors are urged to discuss
proposed article ideas with the editor.

Cite this Journal as 27 JAG J. (page number] (1973).

Issuance of this periodical approved in accordance with Department
of the Navy Publications and Printing Regulations, NAVEXOS P-35.

Rear Admiral Merlin H. Staring, JAGC, USN

Judge Advocate General of the Navy

Rear Admiral Horace B. Robertson, Jr., JAGC, USN

Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Navy

Lieutenant Commander G. L. Michael III, JAGC, USN

Editor

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Washington, D.C. 20402 · Price 70 cents (single copy). Subscription Price: $1.25
per year; 50 cents additional for foreign mailing.

435

THE CONCEPT OF AGGRESSION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

Captain Richard L. Fruchterman, Jr., JAGC, USN

LAW AND TACTICS IN SENTENCING

Lieutenant Commander Vincent S. Averna, JAGC, USN

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