[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Ground Moving Target Indicator radar technology found in the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS) has provided the United States with unprecedented new capabilities and a major challenge.
What does JSTARS stand for?
JSTARS stands for Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 15 other meanings of JSTARS in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Sport Tourism Alliance (est. 2012)
- Japanese Society for Technology in Anaesthesia
- Japanese Society for Tropical Agriculture
- Job Specific Task Analysis
- Joint Stock Theatre Alliance
- Jordan Society of Tourist and Travel Agents
- Journal of Strain Analysis and Engineering
- Journal of Social Theory in Art Education
- Japanese School Teaching Assistant Program (culture studies program)
- Jewish Singles Together Around the River (Cincinnati, OH)
- JSTARS Ground Station Module
- Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System/Joint Integrated Maintenance Information System
- Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System - Ground Station Module
- Joint Scenario Tool Architecture and Script Language
- Jesuit School of Theology At Berkeley
- Japan Society for Technical Communication
- Joint Scientific and Technical Committee (GCOS)
- Jung Shin Trading Company (industrial machine dealer; South Korea)
- Joint Science and Technology Cooperation Committee (South Africa; European Union)
- Joint Space-Time Demodulation
Samples in periodicals archive:
DRC's selection as the prime contractor for this program, combined with the company's selection as the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System prime contractor last month, reaffirms the confidence placed in DRC by ESC personnel, over many years of service," said James P.
Other products include AWACS airborne early warning radar, the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) and the Longbow Hellfire missile.
Another of ESC's premier programs is the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, or Joint STARS.