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.
What does JDA stand for?
JDA stands for Joint Duty Assignment
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 65 other meanings of JDA in our Acronym Attic
- Java Discord API (Application Programming Interface)
- Jerusalem Development Authority
- Jinetes del Apocalipsis (Spanish: Horsemen of the Apocalypse)
- Job Demand Analysis
- Joint Defense Agency
- Joint Defense Agreement (law)
- Joint Defense Appeal
- Joint Deployment Agency
- Joint Development Agreement
- Joint Development Association
- Journal Disk/Core Address
- Jovian Detention Authority (gaming)
- Japan Digital Archives Association
- Joint Defense Appeal Board
- Joint Downland Area Committee (United Kingdom)
- Joint Doctrine Air Campaign Course
- Joint Deployment Agency Deployment Action Team
- Journal of Design Automation for Embedded Systems
- Japan Digital Animation Festival
- Job Development Assessment Fee
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
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.
One is by occupying a standard joint duty assignment.