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Confidential and Privileged Character of Service
member   concerning   a   problem.   The   LN   must eventually   refer   any   service   member   needing professional assistance to an attorney. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE FOR LEGAL ASSISTANCE Legal   assistance   is   intended   primarily   for active duty personnel. It is provided  to  members of  the  Armed  Forces  of  the  United  States  on active duty, including reservists (and members of the National Guard) on active duty for 30 days or more. As resources permit, legal assistance can also be  provided  to  the  following  categories  of  people in the order of priority as listed: Dependents  of  active  duty  personnel  and dependents of personnel who died while on active duty.   Retired military personnel. Dependents    of    retired    members    and dependents of deceased retired members. Reservists on active duty for single  periods of  29  days  or  less  and  their  dependents  can  be provided  legal  assistance  as  authotized  by  the legal  assistance  area  coordinator  in  emergency cases. Civilian  personnel  who  are  United  States citizens,    other    than    local    hire    employees, employed  by,  serving  with,  or  accompanying  the Armed Forces of the United States, when they are assigned to a foreign country or to a vessel or unit of   the   Armed   Forces   of   the   United   States deployed in excess of 30 days. Dependents   living   in   a   foreign   country accompanying    authorized    civilians    as    listed previously. Members    of    allied    forces    and    their dependents in the United States, serving with the Armed Forces of the United States. Other   persons   authorized   by   the   Judge Advocate General. Figures  8-9  and  8-10  show  LNs  assisting  both military and civilian personnel. Figure 8-9.—A Legalman assisting a civilian employee who works for the U.S. Government. 8-18

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