JPAC


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AcronymDefinition
JPACJoint POW/MIA Accounting Command (US DOD)
JPACJoint Public Advisory Committee (Commission for Environmental Cooperation)
JPACJanesville Performing Arts Center (Janeseville, WI)
JPACJedlicka Performing Arts Center (Cicero, IL)
JPACJoint Personnel Administration Centre (UK MoD)
JPACJamaica Plain Arts Council (Massachusetts)
JPACJoint Planning Augmentation Cell
JPACJaycie Phelps Athletic Center (Greenfield, IN)
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8220;We are excited with our expansion in JPAC as it will provide lot more exposure to our innovative patented technology built with extensive research.
Furthermore, as a C-130 pilot who had the privilege of moving JPAC personnel around Papua New Guinea on one of their expeditions, I was struck at times by Bender's slip-ups regarding military life and the technicalities of flying.
JPAC in conjunction with the Office of Naval Research sponsored experiments with a Multi-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (MB-SAR) mounted in a Pilatus aircraft over the Central Province and Morobe Province of PNG during late 2013.
We have a sacred obligation to perform this mission well,'' Pentagon press secretary George Little told reporters, referring to the Joint POW-MIA Accounting Command, or JPAC, which is based in Hawaii and run by a two-star general.
Any finding of wreckage is reported to the JPAC for verification and, on identification of pilots and crew-members, family members are intimated.
JPAC said after the El Paso meeting that it "shares the public's distress that the serious concerns identified in the CEC report appear to have worsened since the report was written and that industry workers and communities adjacent to recycling facilities are regularly exposed to levels of lead toxicity that are extremely dangerous to human health.
The DoD review of the JPAC budget would reduce funding for the command, making it impossible to reach a congressionally mandated goal that JPAC recover and identify the remains of 200 or more MIAs annually by 2015.
Ward said it has always been unclear who exactly captured the journalists but JPAC investigators, working with counterparts in Vietnam, spoke over the past month with former North Vietnamese soldiers whose information may clarify what happened.
JPAC also used the 3-D printer to reproduce a jawbone from the crew member of the Confederate naval ship CSS Alabama.
Usually, when they become non-commissioned officers they get the option to volunteer for JPAC," said Staf Sgt.
JPAC has an important and honorable mission: achieve the fullest possible accounting of Americans missing from our nation's conflicts.
I spent time trying to analyze the case with the help of DPMO and JPAC analysts information, and had to get the lab to analyze our fragments," he said.