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MOSC 31E1O. Assist with supervision, accountability and management of internees, and provides external security to internment/corrections facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.
MOSC 31E2O. Supervise, counsel and assist in managing internee operations in internment/correction facilities and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.
MOSC 31E3O. Supervise internment facility operations, counseling, management, training and employment of military prisoners in internment/corrections facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.
MOSC 31E40. Supervise internment facility operations, reviews and establishes procedures for counseling, management, training and employment of military prisoners in internment/correction facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.
MOSC 31E50. Establish and supervise implementation of internment operational procedures and treatment programs within internment/correction facility and the United States Disciplinary Barracks.
thomas.loc.gov...:H.R.645.IH: SEC. 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY CENTERS. (a) In General- In accordance with the requirements of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish not fewer than 6 national emergency centers on military installations. (b) Purpose of National Emergency Centers- The purpose of a national emergency center shall be to use existing infrastructure-- (1) to provide temporary housing, medical, and humanitarian assistance to individuals and families dislocated due to an emergency or major disaster; (2) to provide centralized locations for the purposes of training and ensuring the coordination of Federal, State, and local first responders; (3) to provide centralized locations to improve the coordination of preparedness, response, and recovery efforts of government, private, and not-for-profit entities and faith-based organizations; and (4) to meet other appropriate needs, as determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
thank you for clearing this matter up for me - so a person from say mexico can join any branch of the military of the u.s.a.?
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by musselwhite
did you notice in your original post "u.s. citizenship - not required"?
You don't have to be a US citizen to join the army, so why would you need to be a citizen to be a MP prison guard??
well i'll be - wonder how many legal work visas are issued each year to the u.s.? kinda makes me scratch my head - i remember a thread about these work visas www.abovetopsecret.com... - but this was just one type - and the 140,000 mentioned in that thread is for the yr 2009 and that figure represents the "minimum" number - not the maximum -
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by musselwhite
If they are a legal immigrant, yep.
And as long as they fulfill all the other criteria as well of course.
With timely, accurate information on potential terrorist threats, fusion centers can directly contribute to and inform investigations initiated and conducted by federal entities, such as the Joint Terrorism Task Forces led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. According to the 2010 National Security Strategy (PDF, 60 pages - 1.52 MB), the federal government must continue to integrate and leverage fusion centers to enlist all of our intelligence, law enforcement, and homeland security capabilities to prevent acts of terrorism on American soil. Efforts to protect the homeland require the timely gathering, analysis, and sharing of threat-related information. Fusion centers provide a mechanism through which the federal government, SLTT, and private sector partners come together to accomplish this purpose. Beginning in 2003, the federal government, in cooperation with state and local entities, published guidance to enable fusion centers to operate at a baseline level of capability and to form a robust and fully integrated National Network. The National Network allows the federal government, SLTT, and private sector partners to participate as full contributors to, and beneficiaries of, the homeland security enterprise. This strategic vision can be realized only when fusion centers demonstrate institutionalized levels of capability that enable efficient and effective information sharing and analysis across the National Network. This will help link the federal government with SLTT and private sector entities to more effectively share information. Given the evolving threat environment, it is vital that fusion centers quickly achieve their roles, as explained in the National Strategy for Information Sharing (NSIS), as the focal points within the SLTT environment for the receipt, analysis, gathering, and sharing of threat‐related information.
Posted: June 19, 2009 8:13 pm Eastern By Bob Unruh © 2011 WND The Department of Defense has withdrawn a training manual question that linked protesters across the United States to terrorism, but there's evidence coming to light that describing Americans as terror suspects, or "low-level" terror suspects, is routine. WND reported just days ago that the U.S. Department of Defense had included in a training course a question that defined protesters as terrorists. Read more: Pentagon pulls description of protesters as 'terrorists'
But Thompson noted that the report also targeted as "potential terrorists" Americans who:
Oppose same-sex marriage
Oppose restrictions on firearms
Oppose lax immigration laws
Oppose the policies of President Obama regarding immigration, citizenship, and the expansion of social programs
Oppose continuation of free trade agreements
Are suspect of foreign regimes
Fear Communist regimes
Oppose a "one world" government
Bemoan the decline of U.S. stature in the world
Are upset with loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs to China and India, and more
Thompson told WND no apology has been offered to the members of any of those classes of citizens. Read more: Pentagon pulls description of protesters as 'terrorists'
Originally posted by bg_socalif
I did the same search....i came up with Ft Leavenworth. The different services also have their own brigs and corrections facilities. And some of them are joint service as far as manning goes.
usacac.army.mil... - The United States Disciplinary Barracks Leavenworth
en.wikipedia.org... - Facility for prisoners serving 5 yrs or less or awaiting trial. PFC Bradley Manning is at this facility.
en.wikipedia.org... - At Fort Lewis Wa.
There are also corrections facilities at Mannheim Germany and Camp Humphreys South Korea. Along with numerous Naval Brigs.
I could see where they'd need 31E's at these facilities.