While the AN/ prefix remains from the previously used Joint Army-Navy Nomenclature System, APG-82 can be explained by JETDS as follows: -- A indicates that the equipment is for installation on a piloted aircraft.
What does JAN stand for?
JAN stands for Joint Army-Navy
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We have 24 other meanings of JAN in our Acronym Attic
- Jackson (Amtrak station code; Jackson, MS)
- Jackson, MS, USA - Allen C Thompson Field (Airport Code)
- Janvier (French: January)
- Japan Article Numbering
- Japanese Animation Network
- Japanese Article Number
- Jet Aircraft Noise
- Job Accommodation Network
- Joint Airborne Network
- Journal of Advanced Nursing
- Jurisdiction Area Network
- Justification for Authority to Negotiate
- Joint Airborne Network-Tactical Edge
- Jafria Association of North America
- Jamahiriyah News Agency
- Japan Aids to Navigation Association (est. 1982)
- Japan Association of Nursing Academies (est. 1981)
- Joint Army-Navy-Air Force
- Jordanian Alumni of North America
Samples in periodicals archive:
The suspects were among 22 Filipinos arrested by a joint army-navy patrol on the Warri River on November 14, 2008 with the vessel MT Akuada laden with its cargo of 12,500 metric tonnes of crude.
The aerial common sensor was until 2006 a joint Army-Navy program designed to replace three reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft--the Army's airborne reconnaissance-low and Guardrail common sensor along with the Navy's EP3 Aries fleet.
Army Transportation School from 1986 to 1989; and Joint Army-Navy Interoperability Project Manager at the U.
While the AN/ prefix remains from the previously used Joint Army-Navy Nomenclature System, APY-10 can be explained by JETDS as follows: A - indicates that the equipment is for installation on a piloted aircraft.
Bogosian said there are no other funded Army rotary-wing UAV programs in development at this time other than the joint Army-Navy Fire Scout.
The third period in the evolution of joint command came after the failure of a joint Army-Navy exercise in 1938.
King, Memorandum for General Marshall on the Establishment of a Joint Army-Navy War College (April 1, 1943).