JTAC

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JTACJoint Terminal Attack Controller
JTACJoint Terrorism Analysis Centre (UK)
JTACJuniper Technical Assistance Center (various locations)
JTACJoint Tactical Air Controller
JTACJohn Tarleton Agricultural College (now Tarleton State University; Texas)
JTACJoint Technical Advisory Committee
JTACJoint Tactical Augmentation Cell (joint military operations)
JTACJoint Training Advisory Council
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A level of sound advice THERE are five threat levels that are decided by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre: Critical - an attack is expected imminently Severe - an attack is highly likely Substantial - an attack is a strong possibility Moderate - an attack is possible but not likely Low - an attack is unlikely On Friday the threat level was raised from substantial to severe.
Britain's Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre hiked the alert after pooling intelligence from UK agencies and allies.
The decision to raise the threat to severe was made last night by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC), which is a unit within MI5.
He said: "The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has today raised the threat to the UK from international terrorism from substantial to severe.
But it cites estimates from the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre that there are "some thousands of extremists in the UK committed to supporting jihadi activities, either in the UK or abroad".
It's M15, it's the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, and it's the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
BRITAIN is in the grip of a severe terror threat, according to the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre.
The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre raised the threat level in August against a backdrop of increasing concerns over hundreds of aspiring British jihadis travelling to Iraq and Syria to learn terrorist "tradecraft".
The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) raised the level against a backdrop of increasing concerns over hundreds of aspiring British jihadis travelling to Iraq and Syria to learn terrorist ''tradecraft'' and fight alongside terror groups such as Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Mr Johnson said: "The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has today raised the threat to the UK from international terrorism from substantial to severe.
Mr Johnson said: "The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has raised the threat to the UK from international terrorism from substantial to severe.
"The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre keeps the threat level under constant review and makes its judgments based on a broad range of factors, including the intent and capabilities of international terrorist groups in the UK and overseas.
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