Aggressive Arizona Military Defense Attorneys
When You Need a Court Martial Lawyer in Arizona
The aggressive court martial lawyers at Gonzalez & Waddington have earned a reputation for representing military service members at Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard installations worldwide. If you are stationed in Arizona and are accused of a military crime, then hiring the most hard-hitting military defense lawyer can be the difference between spending decades in prison versus winning your case or saving your career.
Our military criminal defense lawyers represent Arizona military personnel in both criminal and administrative matters to include representing military personnel suspect of sexual assault, larceny, and other offenses under military law.
Cities in Arizona where our military defense attorneys represent service members at court-martial and in administrative separations:
- Phoenix AZ Military Defense Lawyers
- Sierra Vista AZ Military Defense Lawyers
- Yuma AZ Military Defense Lawyers
- Glendale AZ Military Defense Lawyers
- Tuscon AZ Military Defense Lawyers
Military installations in Arizona where our lawyers practice:
- Fort Huachuca
- Yuma Proving Ground
- Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
- Luke Air Force Base, Arizona
- Marine Corps Air Station Yuma
Arizona Army Bases in Arizona where our lawyers practice:
Camp Navajo is a training site for multiple branches of the military and it is the premier training site in Arizona. It offers maneuver training and can support battalion-sized units. It stretches over an area more than 114 square kilometers, or approximately 28,255 acres, in size. The facility is operated by the Arizona National Guard and its primary mission is training..
Fort Huachuca is an Army fort in Cochise County, Arizona. It is operated by the United States Army Installation Management Command and is home to the US Army Intelligence Center, the 9th Signal Command, the 11th Signal Brigade, and the 1st Battalion of the 210th Aviation. Tenants are the Military Auxiliary Radio System headquarters, the Joint Interoperability Test Command, the Electronic Proving Ground, and a DEA compound.
Yuma Proving Ground is one of the physically largest military bases in the world. It is 1,300 square miles and it is the single largest employer in the county. Yuma conducts tests on almost every weapon system used in ground combat within its 2,000 square miles of restricted airspace. Annually, half a million mortars and missiles are fired, 36,000 parachute drops take place, 200,000 miles are driven by vehicles, and 4000 air sorties are flown from the airfield.
Arizona Air Force Bases where our lawyers practice:
The Barry M. Goldwater Range operates as a high hazard testing site for the Air Force and Marine Corps. It allows training in electronic warfare, tactical maneuvering, rocketry and aerial gunnery, as well as the development of equipment and tactics and defense-related purposes. The Range is operated by the 56th Fighter Wing Range Management Office, Airspace and Range Operations office.
Davis-Monthan AFB is a US Air Base located in Tucson, Arizona. The base is operated by the Air Combat Command. It is home to the 355th Fighter Wing which is mostly of A-10s that provide close support to ground forces. This AFB has a local airplane boneyard that has hundreds of retired aircraft.
Luke AFB is n Air Force base in Glendale, Arizona. It is home to the 56th Fighter Wing. The base houses over 22,000 personnel and 15,000 family members and 80,000 retirees.
Arizona Marine Corps Bases where our lawyers practice:
Marine Corps Air Station Yuma is the busiest air station in the Marine Corps. The air station is located in Yuma, Arizona. The installation is home to the Marine Aircraft Group 13 and the Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron 1. The air station supports aerial weapons training for Marine and Navy Forces assigned to the Atlantic and Pacific Fleet.
Arizona, the state of the Grand Canyon and Copper
Emerging as the 48th state in the United States, the State of Arizona is located within the southwestern region of the United States and it shares the borders with the states of California, Utah, and New Mexico and also houses the international border that separates the United States and Mexico.
The state is home to the world famous Grand Canyon and Colorado River; it is also infamous for its harsh desert climate in some of the southern areas, however, many of the highest areas like Flagstaff are prone to snowfalls which have now become ski resorts in the area. The place is also home to various national parks and Nature reserves as well along with several National Monuments. Previously, the state was inhabited with various indigenous American reservations which even in present day tend to occupy about one fourth of the state.
Key Highlights of Arizona
Considering this fact, it is not surprise that the state is home to many of the famous United States Landmarks such as the world-renowned Grand Canyon which is visited by thousands of people from around the world, also one of the most important landmarks in the Canyon is the famous Horseshoe bend of the Colorado river that is visited by millions of people every year.
The state is abundant in mountains and valleys and many also have famous landmarks such as the West Mitten situated in Monument valley which attracts thousands of tourists around the year. The state is overall a low earthquake risk zone, except for the portion of the state that extends towards California in the south east and its proximity to the San Andreas Fault line. The state climate is mostly a dry and arid climate with scorching temperatures in the desert regions which are often prone to floods during the rains. The state is also home to several Indian reservations that can be visited by the people.
One of the most prominent of the military bases in the state, the Barry M Goldwater Range Air Force Base is situated in the city of Phoenix, Arizona and it is considered to be one of the most active bases in the country with exercises and training going on in both day and night.
The base is home to Harrier jets, F16s, F18s and also the famous A10 Warthog jets which are still in use today, the base’s primary purpose is a live fire range which means that testing and firing activities are conducted with permission from the state which means civilian access to the base and surrounding areas are totally prohibited for safety and security purposes.
The base is one of the most active in the United States with training cycles between day and night. The base is very large and it stretches across several million acres of land that has allowed fire and tactics training which are conducted very extensively in the base for pilot training purposes, also the base houses a Auxiliary air force field which is often used to train auxiliary factors such as archeologists, biologists, managers, etc.
Our high-powered court-martial defense lawyers will use our history to fight your court-martial or administrative separation case in Arizona.