The Exercise, executed at RAO field of military exercises, included the application of joint military operations to achieve the desired training goals.
What does JMO stand for?
JMO stands for Joint Military Operations (US Naval War College; Newport, RI)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 19 other meanings of JMO in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Mobile Network Operations
- Journal of Military Nursing and Research
- Joint Mission Needs Statement
- Just My Not So Humble Opinion
- Jacques Martin New Zealand Limited
- Japan Mathematical Olympiad (annual competition)
- Japanese Management Organization
- Joint Management Office
- Joint Maritime Operations
- Joint METOC Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Eight armed insurgents have been killed and five other suspects detained during four joint military operations launched by police, army and coalition forces in Kabul, Paktia and Zabul provinces within the past 24 hours," the ministry said in a statement.
He pointedthat there are security loopholes, like controlling air space, protection oilpiers and joint military operations for external defence.
Funding and equipment shortfalls, meanwhile, complicated efforts to stage joint military operations in Afghanistan or elsewhere, he said.
Last month the Government of Southern Sudan announced that it would close its borders with DR Congo to prevent the LRA from penetrating into its territory during the joint military operations.
Army Materiel Command (AMC) is the Army's premier provider of materiel readiness-technology, acquisition support, materiel development, logistics power projection, reset and sustainment-to the total force across the spectrum of Joint military operations.
24 said the US would consider conducting joint military operations against Neo-Salafi extremists inside Pakistan if requested by Islamabad.
95 Hardcover DS79 Ballard (professor of joint military operations, US Naval War College) describes Operation Al Fajr ("new dawn" in Arabic), the November 2004 US siege of Fallujah, as if reading something straight from the Pentagon's public relations department, which is perhaps not so surprising considering the fact that Ballard commanded the Marine Corps' 4th Civil Affairs Group in Iraq during the assault.