JACT

AcronymDefinition
JACTJoint Association of Classical Teachers (author group)
JACTJoint Association of Classics Teachers
JACTJournal of the American College of Toxicology
JACTJapanese Association of Casting Technology (metals)
JACTJapanese Animation Club of Tallahassee (est. 1996; Florida State University)
JACTJapanese Association of Clinical Toxicology (est. 1983)
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Even though he continued to work occasionally in theatre, including at JACT, he was crystallizing misgivings about collaboration.
HEADLINE JACT The girls at work SO SWEET J Bev with the band in Record office yesterday
WE KENDOIT Fans Ann, Lauren, Tadhg, Chris and Laura yesterday DOUBLE JACT Ciara and Nadine, 2 GOn ON, LADS Granny Dolly with Rea, 10, Dylan, 11, and six-year-old Kyle HAT'S J THewaY Jack McCormack, 4, from Kells gets in the spirit iNJ TraiNiNG Cats fans prepare for the big game Hurl J of a BacKiNG Young Kilkenny fans lend their support to the team yOU J AIN'T NOTHING BUT A HOUND CAT Myles "Elvis" Kavanagh in his souped-up garden in Kilkenny ahead of Sunday's big match
BACK 3Jennifer Saunders as Edina REUNION ZJoanna Lumley as boozy Patsy OLD PALS' JACT Jen and Joanna on set
CHECK J OUT Close acting buddies Anna and Joseph hit store to stock up on groceries HUg J Pair are all smiles as they cuddle on street while waiting to be picked up by car TENDER J Joseph grins as Anna gives him a friendly pat on the cheek during one of their chats BEACH J OUTINg Pair have a drink and a stroll in the LA sunshine after taking a trip to the seaside together CLASS JACT Anna leaves West End theatre after starring in show
The proposed Nellis Upgrade Program, formerly known as the Joint Air Combat Training System (JACTS), is to be a new-generation air-combat training instrumentation system that will provide expanded training capability beyond that provided by the Red Flag measurement and Debriefing System at Nellis.
One of the more beneficial -- and one that may serve as a signpost toward increased use of interactive and interoperable simulation assets -- is the Joint Air Combat Training System (JACTS).
Using Nellis as an example, the JACTS program will increase the number of potential training participants from 36 to 100 and increase the current threat density from 50 to approximately 150, the Air Force representatives said.