Aronberg Selected To Participate In Department Of Defense Program

State Attorney Dave Aronberg has been selected to participate in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC), hosted by the Secretary of Defense. The JCOC program is the oldest and most prestigious public liaison program within the Department of Defense.

As a JCOC participant, Aronberg will spend several intense days from June 10 to 16 at military installations, engaging with senior military officials and U.S. Service members. In addition to participating in tactical training exercises, he will gain a better understanding of the roles and mission of the U.S. Armed Forces: their skills, capabilities and equipment employed in defense of our country.

“I am honored and excited to be selected to participate in the JCOC program, as it will provide unique insights into the military strategies on drug interdiction, including the smuggling of heroin and deadly fetanyl across our southern border,” Aronberg said.

The objective of the JCOC public liaison program is to help bridge the growing military-civilian divide.