Rose qualified as a Surface Warfare Supply Corps Officer and had Joint Specialty Officer designation and Transportation and Operational Logistics subspecialties.
What does JSO stand for?
JSO stands for Joint Specialty Officer
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- Military and Government
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We have 56 other meanings of JSO in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Society New York (est. 1907)
- Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (Florida)
- Jahamariya Security Organization (Libyan security agency)
- Jefferson Symphony Orchestra (Golden, CO)
- Jewish Student Organization
- Job Site Observation (construction)
- Jobs, Skills, and Organization
- Johann Strauss Orchestra (est. 1987)
- Joint Security Organisation (gaming)
- Joint Service Office
Samples in periodicals archive:
Carpenter provides a thorough review of the joint specialty officer system and raises several interesting questions.
The JQS, which has replaced the Joint Specialty Officer System (JSOS), allows officers to count lime spent on assignments working in joint environments toward their total joint-qualification points.
It has not identified how many joint specialty officers it needs, and it has not yet, within a total force concept, fully addressed how it will provide joint officer development to reserve officers who are serving in joint organizations--despite the fact that no significant operation can be conducted without reserve involvement.
Title IV of the act called for the establishment of a Joint Specialty Officer (JSO) designation to identify those officers particularly educated and experienced in joint matters.
In conjunction with Joint Professional Military Education (JPME I and II), a member will be qualified as a Joint Specialty Officer (JSO) upon completion of his or her tour.
According to Surface Warfare leadership, the plan will increase flexibility in the surface warfare officer (SWO) career path in order to send more SWOs to Junior and Senior War Colleges, qualify SWOs sooner as joint specialty officers (JSO), send more SWOs to multiple joint tours, ensure command leadership stability on ships and staffs, and increase the proficiency and experience of major warfare commanders.