Ashore he has served as Commanding Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center, San Diego; Deputy Director, Standing Joint Force Headquarters, United States Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.
What does NORTHCOM stand for?
NORTHCOM stands for United States Northern Command (US DoD)
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He received the Joint Service Commendation Medal for outstanding service when he worked as chief of strategic planning for the Joint Task Force Civil Support Public Affairs Office for the United States Northern Command.
As Deputy Commander, United States Northern Command and before that Chief of the National Guard Bureau, General Blum was one of the highest ranked military officers in the United States dealing with Homeland Security issues for the United States, Mexico and Canada.
[that] have been approved by DOD through the United States Northern Command.
For United States Northern Command, the challenge was not the ability to respond to national catastrophes but the necessity for detailed plans that include all aspects of operational mission support with federal, state, and industry partners.
A distinguished progression of shore assignments culminated in his immediate past position as director of logistics and engineering, North American Aerospace Defense Command and United States Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.
The author is an active duty Army officer, former history professor at West Point, and current planner in the United States Northern Command.
This concept was successfully demonstrated to participants from the Texas National Guard and United States Northern Command during the June 2011 Department of Defense-sponsored Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration conducted across western Texas.