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 JPME stand for?
JPME stands for Joint Professional Military Education
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- Japan Professional Muay Thai Committee (martial arts)
- Japan Property Management Center Co., Ltd.
- Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Joint Programming and Monitoring Committee (EU)
- JP Morgan Chase
- J. P. Morgan Chase Bank
- Julianna Poor Memorial Counseling Center (faith-based counseling; Houston, TX)
- Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation
- J.P. Morgan Europe Limited (financial services company)
- Japan Project Management Forum (project management professionals' organization)
- Jess Parrish Medical Foundation (Titusville, FL)
- JP Morgan Fleming
- Joint Political Military Group (Israel-US)
- J. Pruitt Management LLC (Texas)
- Journal of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene
- Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
- J.P. Morgan Institutional Investments
- Jabatan Penuntut Malaysia Kaherah (Malay: Department of Malaysian Students in Cairo)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bagwell said, "The deployment on a joint staff coincided with my goal of completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase I.
He is a qualified joint staff officer and graduate of the Air Force Command and Staff College joint professional military education program and Joint Forces Staff College.
As an institution, DOD should feel comfortable in affording opportunities for selected enlisted leaders to attend appropriate levels of existing joint professional military education institutions traditionally reserved for junior and field-grade officers.
2) The Joint Engineer Operations Course (JEOC) will soon be recognized as a key joint professional military education Phase I (JPME-I) course for engineers.
What do you do when you can only send 20% of Marine Majors to a resident intermediate-level joint professional military education (JPME) and you can only support half the requirement for international military students in the Command and Staff College?
Level 2: Completion of the Joint Professional Military Education I (JPME I) course, the accrual of 18 joint-qualification points, and certification by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
While officers may still earn designation as a joint qualified officer, formerly known as a joint specialty officer, by completing the requisite joint professional military education and a standard-joint duty assignment, officers may also earn qualifications by accumulating equivalent levels of joint experience, education, and training.