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Devens, serving at the Joint Intelligence Center Central Command.
MAJ Slavin was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel during his assignment as the Regional Division Commander, Joint Intelligence Center, Atlantic Command in Norfolk, Virginia.
I served in the Joint Intelligence Center Pacific (JICPAC) in the 1990s.
The 29th BCT, Hawaii ARNG, was attached to the COSCOM and provided the forces to execute the functions of the joint defense operations center (JDOC) and joint intelligence center (JIC), man the LSA's entry control points (ECPs), supervise the guard towers (manned by tenant units), provide a company quick-reaction force (QRF) and conduct routine patrolling throughout the 29th BCT AO.
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.
intelligence in the Pacific during World War II, Jeffrey Moore links the intelligence provided to planners by the Joint Intelligence Center Pacific Ocean Area (JICPOA) to the outcome of the major amphibious assaults against Japanese-occupied islands.
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.
Transportation Command's (USTRANSCOM's) Joint Intelligence Center (JICTRANS).