Essentially, Air Force doctrine seeks either to request extension of the joint base boundary (secured by another component's/Service's base defense force) out to the edge of the SAM footprint or to mandate that Air Force commanders identify this threat area when requesting support from joint security area (JSA) commanders outside the base boundary.
What does JSA stand for?
JSA stands for Joint Security Area
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We have 140 other meanings of JSA in our Acronym Attic
- Japanese Student Association
- Japanese Sumo Association
- Jardine Sports Association (Hong Kong)
- Jewelers' Security Alliance
- Jewish Student Association
- Job Safety Analysis
- Jobseeker's Allowance
- Joe Shuster Awards
- John Stark Associates (Trumbull, CT)
- Joint Sales Agreement
- Joint Service Agreement
- Joint Staff Assessment
- Joint Subcommittee on Aquaculture
- Joint Systems Architecture
- Journal of Substance Abuse
- Judaica Sound Archives (Florida Atlantic University)
- Junior Semester Abroad
- Junior State of America (formerly Junior Statesmen of America)
- Junior Statesmen of America (now Junior State of America)
- Justice Society of America (see JLA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This is the daily display at the Panmunjeom Joint Security Area between North and South Korea and for a Canadian officer it's all part of the "adventure" of working at the centre of the ongoing Korean conflict.
Those changes in landscape occur as you move closer to the demilitarized zone, and Joint Security Area, just 35 miles north of Seoul.
Under the South Korean proposal, the meeting of the economic and energy cooperation working group would take place at Freedom House, a building on the South Korean side of the military demarcation line, inside the Joint Security Area, the sources said.
Opening the blinds and looking out the window across the Joint Security Area (JSA) of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea, a mere 20 yards at most to the actual military demarkation line (MDL), he can hardly make out anything in the thick fog that blankets the area.