joint intelligence center


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joint intelligence center

The intelligence center of the combatant command headquarters. The joint intelligence center is responsible for providing and producing the intelligence required to support the combatant commander and staff, components, subordinate joint forces and elements, and the national intelligence community. Also called JIC. See also intelligence; joint intelligence; joint intelligence architecture.
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Tests of TIDE with other joint intelligence centers are being scheduled.
Bolduc stressed the importance of regional cooperation and intelligence-sharing and said the United States would help Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon set up a joint intelligence center by the middle of next year.
Devens, serving at the Joint Intelligence Center Central Command.Bob loved his country, the Navy, God, and most of all his family.He was a phenomenal skier who also enjoyed many trips to Maine and his house on Cape Cod.
There have been many concepts used in previous operations with names such as the Joint Intelligence Center, the Joint Fusion Center, and the ASFC, which was used in UV12.
Estrella, USN, Supply and Logistics Division Officer, Technical Resources Department, Directorate of Information Systems and Support Services, Joint Intelligence Center Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, May 2000 to May 2003.
Southern Command Joint Intelligence Center to earn a letter of recommendation.
Fortunately, 4 months prior to the tsunami, the Joint Intelligence Center Pacific (JICPAC) created the Contingencies Operational Intelligence Cell as a fully manned, all-source operational intelligence capability specifically structured to respond quickly to emerging crises within the theater.
At CENTCOM, the information-collection and analytical capabilities of these agencies were historically managed in the Joint Intelligence Center, while robust coordination with the CIA was conducted through the command's special adviser, an assigned representative from the Director of Central Intelligence.
The center does not eliminate the need for teams to get intelligence feeds from the theater joint intelligence center through JFSOCC, but it is another source of specific intelligence.
Aside from an assignment as the Chief of the Intelligence Production Branch at the Joint Intelligence Center, U.S.
Army; Special Operations Command Pacific; and Alaskan Command; two standing joint task forces: Joint Interagency Task Force West and Joint Intelligence Center Pacific; and three supporting units: Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Joint Intelligence Center Pacific, and Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Studies.
His experience in Bosnia enabled him to successfully design and field an all-source intelligence team using assets from the Joint Intelligence Center, J-2 staff, and National Agency representatives.

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