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Jacqueline Gall

Adjunct Professor of Law


School of Law


Email: Jacqueline Gall


Jacqueline M. Gall is an Attorney-Advisor in the Acquisition Law Division Air Force Materiel Command Law Office (AFMCLO), located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.  She is also a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserves where she serves as a Contract and Fiscal Law Specialty Team Leader with 9th Legal Operations Detachment in Whitehall, Ohio.

The Acquisition Law Division provides legal advice and counsel on acquisition matters to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Security Assistance Center, Air Force Museum, and various other tenant activities.  The Division’s advice impacts programs that are often of extraordinarily high dollar value and public interest.  Ms. Gall currently serves as the Chief Counsel for the F-15 program and is on the Source Selection team for the Advanced Pilot Training, a $20Billion program designed to replace the aging T-38 Aircraft.  Prior to her current role, Ms. Gall was Chief Counsel for the 645 AESG (Big Safari).  Where she was recognized as the 2014 United State Intelligence Community Attorney of the the Year, and 2012  AFMCLO Outstanding Civilian Attorney Attorney of the Year.  Big Safari supports a portfolio of over 50 projects totaling over $3Billion annually.  These projects quickly deliver to the battlefield sensitive or classified intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities that are of sufficient importance and priority to warrant preferential treatment, quick reaction and extraordinary procurement procedures.   

Prior to working for the Air Force, Ms. Gall worked for the United States Army as an attorney-advisor at Fort Knox, KY.  Where she served as the principal contracts and fiscal attorney, from 2009-2010, supporting the Armor Center and School, Garrison, and the United States Army Accessions Command on all requirements involving contract and fiscal law.  Prior to leaving active duty, Lieutenant Colonel Gall was assigned to Fort Knox, KY, from 2007-2009, with the United States Army Recruiting Command as a Contracts, Ethics and Fiscal Law Attorney.

Lieutenant Colonel Gall was commissioned out of the University of Dayton Army ROTC program, in 2001, as a military intelligence officer.  While at the University of Dayton, she earned her Airborne wings and graduated Magna cum laude.  In 2004, she graduated Magna cum laude from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.  While in law school she completed an externship with the United States Attorney’s office, worked as a law clerk in a family law firm, worked as a legal assistant in a commercial law firm, and was involved in several organizations to include being an editor of the Law Journal.  Also in 2004, she was admitted to practice law in the state Ohio.  

Lieutenant Colonel Gall came onto active duty as an Army Judge Advocate in January 2005.  Her first assignment was at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where she served in a myriad of assignments from 2005-2007: Client Services Attorney, Claims Judge Advocate, Trial Counsel, Special Assistant United States Attorney, and Brigade Judge Advocate. 
Lieutenant Colonel Gall joined the United States Army Reserves, as she was leaving active duty in 2009, where she has served as an Adjunct Professor at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, and Chief of Legal Assistance for the 84th Training Command.  Currently she is a Team Leader with the 9th Legal Operations Detachment, where she most recently led a team of augmentees in South Korea as an Operational Law Attorney advising Coalition Forces on Training Mission Key Resolve.


B.A., Criminal Justice and Political Science, magna cum laude, University of Dayton, 2001

J.D., magna cum laude, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 2004


2014 United States Intelligence Community Attorney of the Year

2012 Air Force Materiel Command Law Office Outstanding Civilian Attorney

Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf cluster                                              

Army Commendation Medal

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Army Achievement Medal                                    

National Defense Service Medal                           

Parachutist Badge

Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon

Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster