JRICJoint Reserve Intelligence Center (US DoD)
JRICJournal of the Royal Institute of Cornwall
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JRIC predominately provides general liability and excess coverage.
JRIC doesn't provide loss-control services, he said, because "with everybody watching them, and our focus on those that have existed for a stable period of time and have a good loss record and a good track record, we're free with that."
With an initial proof-of-concept site at Fort Sheridan, Illinois and an additional feasibility study at the Utah National Guard Headquarters in Draper, Utah, the program ultimately expanded to its current 27 Joint Reserve Intelligence Centers (JRICs).
Many MI Soldiers do not have access to SIPR and JWICS at their home station so travel to a SCIF or JRIC is necessary for Soldiers to have access to necessary systems.
Wisconsin (WI) ARNG Soldiers utilize ILARNG facilities regularly while supporting USTRANSCOM, and both WIARNG and ILARNG use an Army Reserve JRIC every month.
The PACOM JIOC Commander recognized the partnership between the CA ARNG, JDET Minneapolis, and the PACOM JIOC when he visited the Los Alamitos JRIC and became acquainted with the solid support coming from the CA ARNG in support of the NEA-D.
(4) In the case of California, the Los Alamitos JRIC serves as the Foundry platform for All Source Intelligence and CI training.
[] Operate and staff the JRIC at Fort Leavenworth and integrate IC programs.
This team evolved into the Northern Command (NORTHCOM) J2 Detachment at the Fort Leavenworth JRIC. FMSO also undertook on its own initiative, the creation of its Mexico Southwest and Canada Border Team.
NORTHCOM appreciated the advantages derived from the close association between its detachment and the FMSO analysts and assisted in the relocation and expansion of the Fort Leavenworth JRIC into its new, three-story facility with enhanced connectivity, thanks to the support of the Joint Reserve Intelligence Program (JRIP).
JRICs provided connectivity and systems to reserve intelligence facilities such that units across the U.S.