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What does CPC stand for?

CPC stands for Counterproliferation Center (USAF)

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MCT lJoseph R DeTrani was the special envoy for Six-Party Talks with North Korea from 2003 to 2006, the National Intelligence North Korea mission manager from 2006 to 2010 and was the director of the National Counterproliferation Center until January 2012.
The Bush Administration created a National Counterproliferation Center in 2005 to address WMD proliferation distinct from the National Counterterrorism Center's focus on terrorists seeking WMD capabilities.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The National Counterproliferation Center, which resides in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has hired a handful of experts to act as liaisons between the intelligence world and scientific community, said Lawrence Kerr, one of the advisers to the center and a holder of a Ph.
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) CIA Map Library via OSIS The Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection Strategy, Foreign Strategic Studies Institute Policy, and Defense Oxford Analytica Combat Studies Institute USAF Counterproliferation Center Digital National Security Archive; Searchable database with access to once classified documents regarding U.
In support of the WMD interdiction mission, center personnel provide support to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Policy), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and combatant commands to implement the 2006 QDR unity of effort paradigm in coordination with the National Counterproliferation Center and several National Security Council-established interagency forums focused on the WMD interdiction mission.
The National Counterproliferation Center (NCPC), the mission manager for counterproliferation, in conjunction with its Intelligence Community and ODNI partners, has developed integrated and creative strategies against some of the nation's highest priority targets -- to include "Gap Attacks" (focused strategies against longstanding intelligence gaps), "over the horizon" studies to address potential future counterproliferation threats, and specialized projects on priority issues such as the Counterterrorism-Counterproliferation Nexus.