Particularly among developing nations, the guidebook will provide ready access to the cumulative expertise and relevant operational experience resident within NATO, European Union, JPRA, and other ICPRC project partners.
For example, through collaboration on the ICPRC, JPRA has significantly increased its understanding of and support to complementary capability development activities under way in other nations, as well as key organizations like the European Personnel Recovery Centre and European Defence Agency Project Team Personnel Recovery.
Further, many of the personnel serving in the various PR command and control centers had graduated from the JPRA training courses.
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.
, it was to make the interior spaces open and airy, create a continuity of design for all public areas, and improve sight lines, circulation patterns and wayfinding for visitors.
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.
, headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Va., represents one-stop shopping for personnel-recovery expertise," said Navy Vice Adm.