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Profile: Thomas J. Romig


Positions that Thomas J. Romig has held:

  • Army's Judge Advocate General




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Thomas J. Romig actively participated in the following events:


November 10, 2001      Torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere

       The Army's Judge Advocate General, Maj. Gen. Thomas J. Romig, hastily convenes a meeting of Pentagon lawyers to prepare suggestions for improving a draft Presidential Order establishing military commissions (see November 9, 2001), with an eye on bringing the order closer to existing military legal standards. The final order, however, will include none of the lawyer's recommendations. “They hadn't changed a thing,” a military official will later recall. [New York Times, 10/24/2004]
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