Robinson O. Everett Distinguished Life Service Award
The Robinson O. Everett Distinguished Life Service Award honors individuals who have demonstrated a lifetime of (1) dedicated service to the principles of military and veterans law and justice and (2) devotion to and furtherance of the mission and objectives of the Association and its members. The Award was first presented to Chief Judge Robinson O. Everett of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. The Association then received permission from Judge Everett to name the award after him. The Award is the Association's highest award.
2010 Recipient of the JAA Robinson O. Everett Distinguished Life Service Award:
Brigadier General John S. Cooke, USA (Retired), Deputy Director, Federal Judicial Center