Operation Support Justice
Operation Support Justice was initiated in mid-1991 to provide communication, radar, and intelligence support to Colombian military and law enforcement authorities. It includes Intelligence sharing between US and Colombian security organizations and cooperative efforts to arrest traffickers and interdict drug shipments. Since its inception the operation expanded to include other nations of the Andean ridge in addition to Colombia.
- MISSIONS IN SUPPORT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT CHAPTER 7 FM 100-19 FMFM 7-10 DOMESTIC SUPPORT OPERATIONS 1 July 1993
- U.S. Drug Control in the Americas: Time for a Change by Wesley A. Fryer 30 August 1993
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