As the commander of U.S. Transportation Command’s (USTRANSCOM) Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC), Rear Admiral Scott A. Stearney is charged with the readiness, training and deployment of the joint enabling capabilities provided by the Joint Planning Support Element...
Welcome to the last and final issue of the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command newsletter. We have begun posting our articles on various DOD websites to provide our readers with more timely and
relevant information on the JECC. We will begin using this forum exclusively to share the JECC's latest news. Be on the lookout for links to important articles focused on the JECC�s many achievements and noteworthy events.
The 4th Joint Communications Squadron (4JCS), the U.S. Army Reserve Element of the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command’s Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE), recently completed their Annual Training at Ft. Stewart, Ga. and MacDill Air Force Base
The Adjutant General of the Georgia National Guard presented Bronze Stars to three Air National Guard members during a ceremony at the 224th Joint Communications Support Squadron (JCSS) on Saturday, May 4, 2013.
On Monday, April 15, tragedy struck the 2013 Boston Marathon when two bombs were detonated near the finish line; killing three people and injuring more than 170.
The Joint Enabling Capabilities Command provides mission-tailored, joint capability packages to Combatant Commanders in order to facilitate the rapid establishment of Joint Force Headquarters, fulfill Global Response Force execution and bridge joint operational requirements.
Established Oct. 1, 2008 in Norfolk, Va., the JECC is comprised of three subordinate commands which provide capabilities across seven unique functional areas to bring tailored, mission-specific and high demand forces to a joint force commander within hours of notification. The JECC subordinate commands are:
For more information or to contact the JECC headquarters, please call the JECC Watch Officer at 757-836-8939.