JTAC

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AcronymDefinition
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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The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which reviews the threat level that the UK is under, has decided to lower that level from critical to severe.
The national threat level has been raised to Critical in the wake of this mornings attack on the London Tube system and following an assessment by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC).
Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has raised Britain's terrorism threat level from "severe" to "critical," meaning an attack is expected imminently,on fears that whoever was behind the attack, and the materials used to make the device, were unaccounted for.
The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) increased the terror threat level to "critical" - its highest level - meaning a further terror attack was considered "imminent".
But the independent Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which sets the threat level on the basis of the intelligence available to them, will continue to assess this throughout today and in the days ahead," she said.
The UK is listed as in a severe terrorism state by the government, which indicates that an attack is highly likely, as determined by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre and the Security Service (MI5).
Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones will also be present for a briefing from the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC), which in the summer raised the official threat risk to the UK from substantial to severe.
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 (IS).
Theresa May said the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre had raised the risk from "substantial" to "severe".
The statement came as the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) raised the threat level from substantial amid fears over British jihadists returning from Iraq and Syria to carry out atrocities.
The decision to raise the threat level to one notch below "critical" was made by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which acts independently of ministers.
The current threat level for Great Britain from international terrorism - excluding Northern Ireland - is classed as "substantial", by Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC).
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