Army Reserve JAG Selected to be Military Judge
Army Reserve Lt. Col. Robert J. Gleason, the judge advocate general for the 98th Training Division (Initial Entry Training), was recently selected by the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General to become a military judge. In his civilian capacity, Gleason is the Assistant U.S. Attorney in Charolette, N.C., where he also resides. The Citizen-Soldier has served in the Army Reserve for 25 years and said he looks forward to his new position as a military judge. “What can be better than representing the United States of America, and have the opportunity to do that every day, and have the opportunity to do the right thing. Not every job you can say that, but in this job, you do.” (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Michelle Lunato/Released)