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What does JO stand for?

JO stands for Joint Operation

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The coalition says Afghan and coalition forces killed six insurgents during a joint operation in Tagab district of Kapisa province, and seven others were killed in a separate operation run by Afghan security forces in the Hisarak district of Nangarhar province.
Khafji Joint Operations -- Offshore facilities Project name: Khafji Joint Operations (KJO)- Al Khafji Oil Processing Facilities Expansion -- Hout Field Offshore Associated Gas Facilities Name of client: KJO -- Al Khafji Joint Operations Budget: Unknown Main contractor: Not yet appointed Facility type: Gas pipeline Status: EPC ITB PMC: Worley Parsons Location: Various Project status The Al Khafji Joint Operations (KJO) is on track to construct offshore associated gas facilities at the Hout Field, in the Divided Zone between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
Our Forces shall stop its activity in the joint operations in the joint operations with the military units in Kurdistan Region and the units of the central government that began last year to ease out tension between Arabs and Kurds in the areas on conflict between them," Colonel Michael Powers told al-Hayat newspaper.
6, Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore JP 4-02, Health Service Support JP 4-06, Mortuary Affairs in Joint Operations JP 4-08, Logistics in Support of Multinational Operations JP 4-10, Operational Contract Support JP 5 -0, Joint Operation Planning JP 6-01, Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations JPs Revised (within last 6 months) JP 2-01.
Police in Northern Ireland said they arrested a man under terrorism legislation in a joint operation with Spanish police, in what is understood to be an investigation into Basque separatist activities.