What is JSEC?

JSEC is a static operational headquarters with multinational personnel directly subordinate to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) and his Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) in Mons, Belgium.

What is the Joint Support Service Command (JSEC)?

The JSEC was announced at the same time as Joint Force Command Norfolk, established to help protect maritime transport and sea lines of communication between North America and Europe; Its design in modeled after a Bundeswehr Joint Support Service Command.

What happened to JSEC sports?

On Tuesday October 26th, an announcement came over the JSEC loudspeaker and broadcasted to students that Tuesdays afternoon school sports and activities were cancelled due to an impending Nor’ easter that was about to… On Friday, September 10th, 2021, most JSEC students were back in the building and it seemed surreal.

What is the JSEC Book Club?

The JSEC Book Club, led by Mr. Quesnel and Ms. Jenner, is an informal club that meets, often during lunch, to review books together and discuss the perils, adventures, travesties,… On Monday November 1st, 2021, all JSEC students had the opportunity to place their vote for their grade level Class Officers!

Does the Joint Support and enabling command require JSEC?

This requires an Enabling Command and this requires JSEC”. The Joint Support and Enabling Command is the second command to reach Full Operational Capability this year. Earlier this year, the Allied Joint Force Command Norfolk reached this milestone.

What is the JSEC Billings Committee?

JSEC Billings (Job Service Employer Committee) holds monthly meetings 3rd Wednesday of each month 8am-9am at the Billings Job Service.

What is Junos security (JSEC)?

Junos Security (JSEC) Junos Security (JSEC) This five-day course covers the configuration, operation, and implementation of SRX Series Services Gateways in a typical network environment. Key topics within this course include: security zones, security policies, Network Address Translation (NAT), IPsec VPNs, and chassis clustering.