Fort Polk Guardian 08-30-2019

Guardian Aug. 30, 2019 NewScope RCCC brief A Reserve Component career counselors brief for first term Soldiers who are slated to ETS within six months is held Tuesdays at 1 p.m. in bldg 250, 1716 Third Ave., the installation In/Out Processing bldg. The brief provides professional guidance and career counseling to Soldiers leaving the active Army. For more information call 531-1850. ASP inventory The Ammunition Supply Point is closed to conduct quarterly inventoryTuesday through Thursday. It will reopen at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 6. ASAP training The Fort Polk Army Substance Abuse Program hosts its annual Suicide and Sub- stance Abuse training, featuring guest speaker Jared Estes, Sept. 10 at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Bayou Theater, 7830 Missis- sippi Ave. Call 531-6187 for more informa- tion. Law enforcement jobs Fort Polk’s Soldier For Life-Transition Assistance Program offers an opportunity for Soldiers to learn about employment with federal and other law enforcement agencies Sept. 12 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Library and Education Center in bldg 660. For more information call 531-1591. Abandoned vehicles The Directorate of Emergency Services traffic section will release the following Ve- hicles to a towing company for disposal Sept. 9 if they remain unclaimed. Vehicles are listed with the last four numbers of their VIN number. If one of these vehicles belongs to you please con- tact the Fort Polk Police Traffic Section at 531-1806/2677: 2004 Ford Explorer 4462 2014 Ford Fiesta 7482 2007 Nissan Altima 9565 2015 Ford Focus 9482 2003 Hyundai Elantra 4309 1993 Ford F150 7911 2004 Saab 93 1559 2006 Dodge Charger 4366 2006 Audi AA4 2899 2009 Ford Focus 5947 2000 Honda Prelude 7268 2002 Chevrolet 1500 2885 2008 Kia Sorento 0551 2001 Volkswagon Jetta 2900 2004 Volkswagon Jetta 5636 2004 Chevrolet Impala 5629 Briefs /3 FORT POLK, La. — The Office of the Judge Advocate General is accepting application for the Army’s Funded Legal Education Program, in which the Army projects sending up to 25 active- duty commissioned officers to law school at gov- ernment expense. Selected officers will attend law school begin- ning in the fall of 2020 and remain on active duty while attending law school. Interested officers should review Army MILPER Message 19-190 and Chapter 10, AR 27- 1 to determine their eligibility. The program is open to commissioned officers in the rank of sec- ond lieutenant through captain. Applicants must have at least two, but not more than six years of total active federal service at the time legal training begins. Eligibility is governed by statute (10 U.S.C. 2004) and is non- waivable. Eligible officers interested in applying should immediately register for the earliest offering of the Law School Admission Test. Applicants must send their request through command channels, to include the officer’s branch manager at Army Human Resources Command, send the original application to: Office of the Judge Advocate General ATTN: DAJA-PT (Ms. Yvonne Caron-Rm 2B517) 2200 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310 Submission of the application well in advance of the Nov. 1 deadline is advised. Interested offi- cers should contact their local Staff Judge Advo- cate for more information. At Fort Polk call 531- 2580 or visit them at 7090 Alabama Ave., bldg 1454. OJAG Army officers have chance for law school