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What does JFS stand for?

JFS stands for Joint Fire Support

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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.
During the past year, the MarDet supported a variety of events and activities which included: the Expeditionary Warfare School Occupational Field Expansion Course the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab Enhanced Marine Air ground Task Force Fires Experiment, numerous fire support and sensor equipment tests, artillery and fire support working/ advisory groups to include the Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee, and finally; initiatives to update Marine Corps and joint doctrine to include the Artillery Training and Readiness Manual rewrite, the development of the Artillery Fire Support Training standard operating procedures, and the revision of the Artillery Safety Standard Operating Procedures.
2, Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Antiterrorism JP 3-08, Interagency, Intergovernmental Organization, and Nongovernmental Organization Coordination during Joint Operations JP 3-09, Joint Fire Support JP 3-13, Information Operations JP 3-13.
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.
Our Army-Navy, Army-Air Force warfighter talks, JCAS symposiums, Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee, and coalition discussions, all must drive us to be more interoperable and synchronized and less stove piped and parochial in the way we train and fight, Hisle said.