Joint Advisory Commission, Korea

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The Joint Advisory Commission, Korea (JACK) was a U.S. covert operations unit that participated in the Korean War.

Operating under the direction of the Central Intelligence Agency, JACK was responsible for inserting and extracting U.S.-trained Korean agents into North Korea, conducting covert maritime raids along the North Korean coast, and providing escape and evasion support for downed Air Force pilots.[1]

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  1. ^ Dwyer, John B. "Korean War: CIA-Sponsored Secret Naval Raids". From Military History, Dec. 2002. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30.