JPAC


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JPAC

Abbreviation for:
Joint Planning Advisory Committee (SWAG)
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Remains and personal effects are taken to JPAC for identification.
By analyzing forensic and historical evidence from JPAC and applying state-of-the-art technology such as GeoPDFs to build levels of data into interactive maps and graphs, Mortati was able to create books that review all known facts, provide hypotheses and present conclusions about the missing person.
JPAC has 19 recovery teams--10 working in Southeast Asia, five dedicated to the Korean War, and three teams recovering missing Americans from World War II, the Cold War, and the Gulf War.
8220;We are excited with our expansion in JPAC as it will provide lot more exposure to our innovative patented technology built with extensive research.
The latest information available is that JPAC has no current plans to continue MB-SAR sensing in PNG or to conduct any kind of investigation for potential crash sites in East New Britain Province.
JPAC leaders suppressed the study but the AP obtained a copy after it had been denied to others who requested it under the Freedom of Information Act.
JPAC researches case files, follows leads, excavates sites and identifies U.
Alongside Philippine partners, the JPAC team in particular will be looking for evidence of about 80 Americans who remain unaccounted-for from World War II.
According to JPAC (Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command) reports, over 78,000 Americans are still missing from World War II, 1,632 of them in the China/Burma/India theatre.
The DoD review of the JPAC budget would reduce funding for the command, making it impossible to reach a congressionally mandated goal that JPAC recover and identify the remains of 200 or more MIAs annually by 2015.