Bro, I have been to OCS so don't sit here and tell me how it works. Before leaving for OCS I had the luxury of talking to a handful of JAGs. A nice percentage of them had trigger time. JAGs do go on convoys. Marine officers are Rifle Platoon Commanders first, JAGs second. They emphasized that for all MOS's at OCS. They don't send every officer through OCS and TBS (basic infantry training for officers) for nothing before sending them on to their follow on schools.
Will a JAG be leading men into battle? Odds are, no. Will he be along and take an active officer role IN the battle? It is likely. Convoys are regularly attacked. JAGs are often part of these convoys. Furthermore, Marine Officers are expected to have the ability to lead in battle IF necessary. That is exclusive to the Marine Corps and what drew me to it.
Not sure if you are prior service or what but considering I have gone down the OCS route and you haven't, quit talking where you don't know what you are saying.
You are an idiot. I suggest you read the post you are criticizing before writing a dumba$$ response. haha, typical jarhead.