The naval exercise will focus on raising joint capabilities in tracking and detection the enemy's submarines and torpedoes.
What does JC stand for?
JC stands for Joint Capabilities
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This agreement with Arrowhead is one of several projects to expand the joint capabilities of our pipelines in South Texas," said Kim Penner, president of Koch Pipeline.
Navy and Marine Corps programs and initiatives to the Joint Staff developed Joint Capabilities Areas.
While JFIIT works many issues outside the JCAS mission area, JCAS is a key enabler of joint capabilities and a foundational part of our work.
Troops who fought together during Iraqi Freedom are now training together to further enhance their joint capabilities at the point of the spear.
Their article "Joint Capabilities and System-of-Systems Solutions" puts forth the argument that unique cost drivers influence system-of-systems initiatives and that understanding these drivers can enhance joint capabilities.
Whether you call them strategic alliances, partnerships or something else, they all involve joining with another organization to share and enhance your joint capabilities.
We have developed the joint capabilities to offer our international clients a cohesive, networked service.