JIATF

AcronymDefinition
JIATFJoint Inter-Agency Task Force
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The JIATF is "not fully developed in joint doctrine.
As the USPACOM Executive Agent for regional counter-drug efforts, JIATF West maintains strong programmatic continuity within the following lines of operation:
JIATFS is located at the southernmost point of the continental United States, at sea level, on approximately 7 acres with four 20,000-square-foot buildings and a couple of small buildings that house backup generators and UPS devices.
According to 2011 SOUTHCOM statistics, international and interagency efforts coordinated through JIATF South "resulted in the disruption of approximately 119 metric tons of cocaine, with a wholesale value of $2.
The key land nodes are JIATF South, US-SOUTHCOM and Commander Task Group 4.
The President should be seen as the head of the JIATF and ultimate authority for the approval of objectives and themes.
The JIATF facility serves as a command, control, communications, and intelligence center for the U.
During the Coast Guard LEDET's first boarding of Halyburton's deployment, investigations revealed the small fishing vessel suspected by JIATF South to be a refueler for smaller "go-fast" drug smuggling boats.
Three such mechanisms include extending the joint interagency task force (JIATF) concept used today for counterdrug operations to regional subordinate unified commands and JIATFs with IW missions; establishing interagency advisory assistance teams at sub-national levels of government; and expanding the use of U.
The P-3 crews coordinated with JIATF South to intercept the smuggling vessels with a nearby U.
The Texas DSCA JIATF also includes representatives from key state agencies.
We have JIATF [joint interagency task force]-type constructs, particularly in the [Department of] Homeland [Security].