1996: The Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program, started in 1994, is merged with DARPA's ASTOVL program to form the tri-service Joint Strike Fighter program.
What does JAST stand for?
JAST stands for Joint Advanced Strike Technology
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We have 17 other meanings of JAST in our Acronym Attic
- Japan America Society of Southern California (est. 1909)
- Japan-America Society of Southern Colorado
- Japanese American Social Services Inc
- Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile
- Juvenile Asymmetric Segmental Spinal Muscular Atrophy
- Japan Society for the Study of Obesity
- Journal of Applied Sport Science Research (National Strength and Conditioning Association; Lincoln, NE)
- Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation
- Japan America Society of Tucson (est. 1981; Tucson, AZ)
- Japanese Association for the Surgery of Trauma
- Joint Applications of Speech Technology
- Joint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania (Embassy of Denmark; Tanzania)
- Joint-Action Science and Technology (EU)
- Journal of American Studies of Turkey
- Japan-America Society of Tampa Bay (Tampa Bay, FL)
- Japan Society of Tropical Ecology
- Japan Association for the Study of Teaching English to Children
- Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc. (manufacturer)
- Japanese Association of Science and Technology for Identification
- Japanese Association of Science and Technology Journalists
Samples in periodicals archive:
He also was the director of the Defense Department's Joint Advanced Strike Technology Office and was the director of the Joint Strike Fighter Program, DoD's largest program.
8 billion for ballistic missile defense; $2 billion for continued development of the F-22 fighter; $600 million for continued development of the Joint Advanced Strike Technology fighter; $2.
to evaluate concepts for embedded training for mission rehearsal in support of the Joint Advanced Strike Technology program.
Marine and Royal Navy "jump jet" variant of Lockheed Martin's Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) aircraft.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 8, 1995--Loral Defense Systems-Arizona, a division of Loral Corporation (NYSE:LOR), has been awarded contracts valued at approximately $1 million to supply equipment for a weapons guidance and targeting demonstration for the Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program.
Under an exclusive arrangement, the three companies will develop and produce the YF120 cruise engine and the GEA-FXL lift engine for the Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) aircraft program.
The company also received a $400,000 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration for a radar performance monitoring and analysis system and a $600,000 contract for logistics modeling support for the DoD's Joint Advanced Strike Technology program.