A recent ceremony at Edwards Air Force Base recognized the first non-pilots
to graduate from the Airman Leadership School.
Matt Holder, from the 412th Communications Squadron, and Christopher Allen, of the 912th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, were selected based on their credentials
and recommendations from their superior officers. Mr. Allen said they
had to meet the same standards as the military students, but they only
had to participate in PT “as best we could.” For his part,
Mr. Holder has never served in the military at all, but saw the ALS as
an opportunity to better connect with the armed forces members that he
associates with. Both men recommended that other civilians participate in
The Airman Leadership School is a five-week program that is designed to
mold new airmen into professional military personnel and effective leaders.
Federal Traffic Tickets
Meshing with the military culture is not the only challenge for non-airmen
at Edwards AFB and other installations. Especially in the first few months
after a deployment, these individuals
often obtain traffic tickets, due to the often spider web-like array of roads
and confusing variable speed limits on such facilities.
Traffic ticket are definitely not minor matters. They often affect base
privileges and must be reported to supervisors. Moreover, these matters
are all handled by the
federal magistrate in Bakersfield. That means a long trip to appear in front of a judge who
does not like dealing with traffic tickets. As if all these things weren’t
bad enough, traffic school is normally not an option for federal tickets.
At Bigger & Harman, we are licensed to practice in federal court: the
same cannot be said of many other traffic ticket attorneys. That means
we can appear for you, saving you a trip to Bakersfield and allowing you
to live your life.
Getting Legal Help
The aggressive attorneys at Bigger & Harman, APC, are committed to
giving individuals a voice when dealing with speeding and traffic tickets.
Call today at 661-349-9300 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the personal professional attention you deserve. En español,
llame al 661-349-9755.