JAST


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AcronymDefinition
JASTJoint Advanced Strike Technology
JASTJournal of American Studies of Turkey
JASTJoint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania (Embassy of Denmark; Tanzania)
JASTJoint-Action Science and Technology (EU)
JASTJapan America Society of Tucson (est. 1981; Tucson, AZ)
JASTJapanese Association for the Surgery of Trauma
JASTJoint Applications of Speech Technology
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The JAST initiative became the JSF program in 1996, with competitive contracts awarded to Lockheed and Boeing to produce an aircraft capable of conventional takeoff and landing for the air force, large-deck carrier takeoff and landing for the navy, and short takeoff and vertical landing for the marine corps.
Mr Jast said: "We are in talks with several parties in Liverpool, including hotel and hostel operators, but these are in their early stages.
Writer Eleanor Chornoboy, in Faspa With Jast, calls the mummers: "far too noisy men singing out of tune and looking like ugly women or goofy men" (2007, 61).
Her publications on ecocriticism appeared in JAST, The Trumpeter, ISLE, Critique, and Mosaic.
The F-35 program was known in FY1996 and FY1997 as the Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program.
For example, the European Union's JAST robot (Rickert et al.
Jast last week, Sapir Organization announced that Interactive Data Corporation has signed a 15-year, 65,000 s/f lease,
1996: The Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program, started in 1994, is merged with DARPA's ASTOVL program to form the tri-service Joint Strike Fighter program.
"Mark Twain's Critique of Literacy Through the War Machine of Joan of Arc." JAST (Journal of American Studies of Turkey) 21 (2005).
Bai Iear 15 or sou, it wud fainali bi posibl tu meik ius ov thi ridandant letez `c', `y' and `x'- bai now jast a memori in the maindz ov ould doderez - tu riplais `ch', `sh' and `th' rispektivli.