PAIC

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AcronymDefinition
PAICPunjab Agro Industries Corporation (India)
PAICPatrol Agent in Charge (US Border Patrol)
PAICProtree Alternative Information Center (website)
PAICParticipatory-Appreciation-Influence-Control
PAICProgram Acquisition and International Contracting (US DoD)
PAICProfessional Association of Intuitive Consultants
PAICProvincial Agri-Industrial Center (Zamboanga, Mindanao, Philippines)
PAICPrimary Antenna Interface Controller (AN/FSC-78B SATCOM terminal)
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Chief Chavez has extensive experience gathered from years of serving in prominent capacities such as Patrol Agent in Charge of the Alamogordo Station and Assistant Chief Patrol Agent at the El Paso Sector.
In the next few years, I will strive to get a mid-management position such as a field operations supervisor or patrol agent in charge.
I want to be the first Black female patrol agent in charge of a station.
The ranks recognized included Patrol Agent in Charge, Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge, Special Operations Supervisors, Supervisory Border Patrol Agents and support staff of all levels.
Apprehending and removing criminals from our communities provides all of us a safer place to live, said Jeff Wilson, Patrol Agent in Charge of the Buffalo Border Patrol Station.
Lata as the newly appointed Patrol Agent in Charge of the Laredo North Border Patrol Station.
Lata was the Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge at the Rio Grande City Station in the Rio Grande Valley Sector.
Agent Shaw has served in a broad range of supervisory and management positions throughout his career, including service as a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent at the El Paso Station, Patrol Agent in Charge of the Fort Hancock Station, Assistant Chief Patrol Agent in El Paso Sector, Assistant Chief Patrol Agent at the BPSCC, and as an Associate Chief within the former CBP Office of Intelligence and Operations Coordination, now known as the Office of Intelligence and Investigative Liaison.
These arrests illustrate the quick response of Border Patrol agents to disrupt human smuggling and other nefarious activity along our nations northern border, said Norman Lague, Patrol Agent in Charge, Champlain Border Patrol Station.
The selection and promotion of todays ceremony included promotion ranks from Deputy Chief Patrol Agent, Division Chief, Assistant Chief Patrol Agent, Patrol Agent in Charge, Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge, Watch Commander, Operations Officer, Supervisory Border Patrol Agent, and Mission Support Specialist.
Prior to his assignment in Laredo, Chief Good served as the Patrol Agent in Charge for the Tucson Sector, Ajo Station.