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The system shall be fully accreditable by the Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee.
The joint Fires observer (JFO) is a key member of the joint fire support team and resides at the brigade combat team (BCT) level and below.
Though great strides have been made since joint doctrine was legislated by the Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986, joint fire support coordination still presents a quandary.
This effort is expected to significantly contribute to meeting both the emerging requirements for the UK's Joint Fire Support (JFS) Battlefield Information System Application (BISA), and the U.
The MarDet also supported numerous fire support and sensor equipment tests, artillery and fire support working/advisory groups to include the Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee.
Joint Publication (JP) 3-09 Doctrine for Joint Fire Support defines "joint fires" as "fires produced during the employment of forces from two or more components in coordinated action toward a common objective.
Joint Pub 3-09, Doctrine for Joint Fire Support, 12 May 1998, II-1-II-17, on-line, Internet, 16 April 2002, available from http://www.
The board develops and approves the content of SoS engineering change proposals (ECPs) so that the services can deliver tested increments of DACAS capability as required by the JROC and its joint fire support (JFS) ESC, within the established acquisition cycle of each participating program office.