Definition Edit

The Joint Information Bureau (JIB) refers to facilities established by the joint force commander to serve as the focal point for the interface between the military and the media during the conduct of joint operations.

Overview Edit

When operated in support of multinational operations, a joint information bureau is called a "combined information bureau" or an "allied press information center."

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