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Joint qualification recognizes both an officer's joint professional military education and successful experience in a strategic joint assignment, normally attained through a joint duty assignment.
For argument's sake, this cadre of joint professionals would equal half of the total joint duty assignment requirement.
This article also details the steps involved with successfully completing your Experience Joint Duty Assignment (E-JDA) self-nomination package and shares helpful hints to prepare your submission and improve chances of approval by the Joint Qualification System (JQS) Panel.
Any commissioned officer who completes a full tour (36 months) in a joint duty assignment list (JDAL) billet is eligible for the Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) 3A Joint Duty Assignment Qualified.
Ultimately the profession should encompass the roughly 9,000 billets of the current Joint Duty Assignment List, though it should be established initially below that level and expand as the members mature in expertise.
The memo should include a summary recommendation for cumulative Joint Duty Assignment credit, identify nominee(s) by name and grade, dates of JTF service, number of days served, and name of specific JTF.
He has worked his entire career in the areas of technology, space, information, and network operations and served more than 17 years in joint duty assignments.
One is by occupying a standard joint duty assignment.