All of these aggressors will work with an expanded joint Red Flag program including Red Flag Nellis and Red Flag Alaska, which gives us a team of professional threat exploiters, analysts, and adversaries to fight as a single integrated air, space, and cyberspace component.
What does JRF stand for?
JRF stands for Joint Red Flag (US DoD combat exercise)
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We have 27 other meanings of JRF in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management
- Journal of Real Estate Research
- Japan Real Estate Research Institute (industry surveyor)
- Jeremy Ranch Elementary School (Park City, UT)
- Jet & Rocket Engine Test Site
- Japan Russia Youth Exchange Center
- Jackie Robinson Foundation
- Jannsen Research Foundation
- Jeanette Rankin Foundation (Athens, GA)
- Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
- Joint Reporting Form (World Health Organizations)
- Jordan River Foundation
- Joseph Rowntree Foundation (UK social policy research and development charity)
- Journal of Religion and Film
- Journal of Reproduction and Fertility
- Julius Rosenwald Fund (African-American education; est. 1917)
- Junior Research Fellow
- J. Robert Folchetti and Associates, LLC (New York)
- Japan Rheumatism Friendship Association
- Japan Rich Fishing Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Joint National Training Capability: This global networking capability brought together all elements of Joint Red Flag and RS05 and makes the theater wide exercise possible.
Joint Red Flag Exercises In 2002 Joint Forces Command directed that one Red Flag period every two years be designated a "Category 2 Joint Interoperability Training Exercise" that would evaluate integration in a number of joint interoperability tasks, including close air support, personnel recovery, fires, and SEAD.