J1J8-DOR - John P. Becker
The Directorate of Resources(J1J8-DOR) was established in response to increased manpower, funding responsibilities and authorities placed; on the Command Joint Interagency Task Force(JIATFS) South in March 2001.
J2 Intel - Captain Frank A. Shaul - Captain U.S. Navy
J2 supports the command with reliable and timely intelligence information, and provides appropriate indications and warnings on the characteristics of drug trafficking organizations.
J3 Operations - Director Colonel Ryan S. Rideout - Colonel USMC
J3 provides the direction and control of current operations including the tasking of maritime and air assets assigned to the tactical control of JIATFS and air assets under the tactical control of other agencies.
J4 Logistics - Director Scott F. McCollum
Ensures decision makers have tactical flexibility and mobility through sound logistics planning. Increases operational options through effective and efficient use of logistics resources and provides internal support to JIATFS staff and facilities infrastructure.
J5 Plans and Policy - Director Geoff Ellerson - Colonel U.S.A
J5 conducts interagency and international engagements for the purpose of building additional resources or capabilities. In addition to efforts in developing policy, strategy, and long range planning, the J5 directorate indentifies requirements, capabilities and integration of programs in order to support the commands operations pertaining to defeating the flow of illicit traffic.
J6 C5I - Diane Koczela (Acting)
Provides the critical communication paths which enable both planning and operations to be conducted from JIATF South. The C4I division provides internal computer and communications system connectivity between divisions while providing an external computer and communications architecture for instant connectivity with both martime and air assets.
J7 Innovation and Technology - Fred Scali
Leverage innovation in Information Dominance to enhance National to Tactical effectiveness and efficiency through emerging technologies and repurposing/improving existing capabilities. Identify JIATFS/SOUTHCOM mission gaps then research, demonstrate, evaluate, and implement innovative technical solutions to those gaps. Rapidly develop and prototype solutions to requirements in the fields of data visualization, fusion, access, and sharing.