Most personnel who served as PR representatives on the various combatant staffs or in the renamed JPRC or subordinate headquarters were trained by the JPRA and fully conversant with the steadily updated policies and doctrine of PR.
Constantly learning from the ongoing operations, the JPRA and Defense POW / Missing Personnel Office steadily worked with all portions of the PR community to improve the disparate aspects of the effort.
This process recently received further reinforcement when the JPRA was reassigned from the inactivating Joint Forces Command and designated a Chairman's Controlled Activity under the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff with the Joint Staff J7 as its lead directorate.
History, Headquarters Joint Services SERE Agency, 15 November 1991-31 December 1992, 1, SD-1, SD-2; Point Paper: Need for Joint Capable Force, Library, Headquarters JPRA, Fort Belvoir, VA; and "About Us," DPMO, http://www.
Otro de los personajes que ostentaba armas por los pasillos del Ministerio era Felipe Romeo, ex militante de Tacuara, GRN y del CdeO y participe del nacimiento de la JPRA
junto a amigos como el coronel Osinde.
Materials and finishes were closely coordinated by JPRA
with the lighting design to provide a soft reflective quality and an energy-conservation element.
material was sent from the Pentagon to the CIA's acting general counsel, John A.
JFCOM relies very heavily on JPRA
to make thinks happen," a JPRA
official said at the conference.
Regardless of how the future defines the DPMO and the JPRA, they definitely have their fingers in the new-technology pot today.
Then the information is automatically being gathered," explains Thom Beres, Washington liaison officer for the JPRA.
The US Coast Guard is the lead agency for the civil side, and the JPRA is the lead for the DOD.
While the DPMO and the JPRA work on the above technologies, the USAF has requested a Combat Rescue Capability Analysis of Alternatives (AOA) for the HH-60G Pave Hawk currently employed for CSAR.