One of her last postings prior to the end of her military career was as Logistics Section Chief at NATO's Joint Warfare Center in Stavanger, Norway, where she was responsible for teaching, facilitating, and training NATO Headquarters' personnel across Europe.
What does JW stand for?
JW stands for Joint Warfare
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Exercise Joint Warrior is co-ordinated by a core team of Royal Navy and RAF personnel who make up the Joint Tactical Exercise Planning Staff based at Northwood HQ in London and personnel taking part will be deployed at the Joint Warfare Operations Centre based at Her Majesty's Naval Base Clyde in Faslane, Scotland.
He did his Masters in Joint warfare and War studies and MSc in Operations Research; he also attended many professional courses including Surface Warfare Course, Long Communication Course, Joint Services Staff Course and Armed Forces War course.
There is a new joint warfare module and increased emphasis on Air Force heritage.
After all, understanding the unique perspectives of fellow services and, subsequently, how these services can work together is one of the fundamental requirements for efficient and effective joint warfare.
The DOD publication JP-1, Joint Warfare of the Armed Forces of the United States, describes joint warfare as team warfare.
The online program consists of 11 eight-week courses--a total of 33 semester hours--covering topics such as contemporary Air Force operations, national security, leadership, and joint warfare challenges and opportunities.