JAFEJoint Advanced Fighter Engine
JAFEJob Aids for Everyone (book)
JAFEJust Another Freakin' Engineer
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Later that year, the director of the JAFE program sent a memorandum to participants in the program, including Pratt & Whitney, asking them to consider that over 50 percent of the Air Force budget was then devoted to logistics, and that the problem would only worsen (Reynolds, 1983).
Pratt & Whitney saw success in the JAFE program as critical to the company's ability to continue to compete in the military engine market.
The JAFE program in particular was intended to improve RM&S by "reducing the parts count, eliminating maintenance nuisances such as safety wire, reducing special-use tools, using common fasteners, improving durability, improving diagnostics, etc.