GAITHERSBURG, Md. - The United States Army Reserve Legal Command conducted professional development training on Nov. 30, 2022, with a focus on innovation and adaptability in leadership.
Lt. Col. DeShun Eubanks, Deputy G-3/3, from Dallas, Texas, led Legal Command headquarters’ first Professional Development Program (LCPDP) on leadership empowerment. The LCPDP is a monthly opportunity that will provide Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilians presentations on various topics such as strategic communication, diversity and inclusion, and historical teachings. This program supports the “Strategy of the Judge Advocate General Corps (JAG) 2022,” developed by the Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army: “The Army is people, and as the JAG Corps maintains readiness and looks to the future, people are its number one priority.”