The Joint Terrorism Task Force was a global counter-terrorism agency. The Deputy Task Force Commander was CIA agent Everett Ross. The CIA later stationed Sharon Carter in the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre Building in Berlin.
Following the Bombing of the Vienna International Centre, which was to believed to be caused by the Winter Soldier, the JCTC began a manhunt for Barnes. They soon found Barnes in Bucharest and sent the GSG 9 to arrest him.
Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson and T'Challa were brought to the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre Building in an armed vehicle, while Bucky Barnes was brought to there inside a containment cell. In the building, the three met with Everett Ross and Sharon Carter. Ross told them they had to stay in the building and they were not allowed to leave. JCTC also confiscated, Captain America's Shield, his uniform and the EXO-7 Falcon.
In order to determine the mental condition of Barnes, the JCTC hired Theo Broussard to interrogate him. During the interrogate by the psychiatrist, a power outage occurred and Barnes freed himself. He attacked everyone who tried to stop him, but he overcame them. Tony Stark, Natasha Romanoff, Carter and T'Challa tried to stop him, only to fail. It was eventually Rogers who stopped Barnes and went into hiding with him and Wilson. After the escape, the JCTC sent helicopters to search for the fugitives. Thaddeus Ross came to the building and gave Stark 36 hours to bring in Rogers. Meanwhile, Carter smuggled out the confiscated gear and brought it to Rogers.
After the Battle at the HYDRA Siberian Facility, Black Panther stopped Helmut Zemo, the mastermind behind the Avengers Civil War, from committing suicide and turned him over to counter terrorist agent Everett Ross where he was held in a similar cell to the Winter Soldier. Ross taunted Zemo that his plans failed, Zemo responded with two words: "Did it?". Eventually, CIA pulled Ross out of the JCTC and tasked him to track down and arrest Ulysses Klaue.
Behind the Scenes
- In the original draft of Captain America: Civil War, the organization's headquarters was intended to be the German headquarters of Interpol.