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Jet Blue then Amer Air via JFK

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We will be flying Jet Blue (first time) and connecting with other family in JFK (first time) before joining up to fly to Paris on American Airlines.
Family's incoming flight lands at Terminal 8-C and our joint flight to Paris departs from 8-C (based on recent same flight #), so easy for them.
Our Jet Blue flight lands at Terminal 5 - - my understanding is that we look for a shuttle service that will 'loop' us around to Terminal 8-B, where we can walk through a passage that connects to 8-C.
There is an AA club lounge in C, so we plan to meet there and visit/relax until our flight out. We have day passes.
We travel with carryon only, so is there anything else I might need to know regarding the above transfer? Is it all behind security, or would we have to go through security after using the shuttle from T5 toT8?
All helpful tips appreciated!

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