JCG


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JCGJanus Capital Group Inc. (Denver, CO)
JCGJoint Consultative Group
JCGJapanese Coast Guard
JCGJoint Commissioning Group (UK)
JCGJoint Coordination Group (ITU-T M 3000)
JCGJoint Commanders Group
JCGJournal of Clinical Gastroenterology (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
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The JCG says it was first notified at 2:25 am, nearly an hour after the accident.
The JCG is a civilian force under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism that is tasked with protecting Japan's territorial waters and Exclusive Economic Zone - the sixth largest EEZ in the world at approximately 4.
Under the transaction's terms, JCG will provide an initial upfront cash consideration of USD30m (EUR23.
Mitsubishi's first S-76D helicopter is scheduled to assume an operational role for the JCG in 2014.
0598 shares of JCG common stock per USD 1,000 principal amount of new notes, which is equivalent to an initial conversion price of approximately USD 10.
The JCG falls under the jurisdiction of the Land and Transport Ministry and is entirely independent of Japan s Maritime Self-Defence Force (MSDF) -- the navy -- which answers to the Defence Ministry.
Under the present law, it is necessary for the JCG to make an on-the-spot inspection of a vessel before issuing an expulsion order.
The DHC8-Q300s will replace the outmoded YS11 propeller planes, which the JCG introduced more than 30 years ago.
Some 60 JCG members and 180 members of the South Korean maritime police, including a 13-member special mobile unit, took part in the drill, the officials said.
The JCG said the sharks were seen swimming about 100-300 meters off the dunes, a popular recreation area in the western Japan prefecture.
All food preparation continued in the JCG main kitchen, but he added two to three cooks per meal.
JCG") (NYSE: JNS) announced today that Seiji Inagaki will join the JCG Board of Directors, effective January 22, 2013.