Justin McFarlin is management consultant in Washington, DC, where he leads teams to address a range of strategic challenges faced by government clients. He served as an Army Officer from 2005-2010, holding leadership and staff positions domestically and abroad. He is passionate about public service, cybersecurity, and increasing diversity in the national security community. In his free time, Justin enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, and relaxing with his wife and children.
In 1775, the Second Continental Congress wrote 69 Articles of War that established standards of conduct for Continental Army officers and soldiers. Over time, these articles evolved into the Uniform Code of Military Justice — the laws our service members must follow today.