JIIMJoint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational
JIIMJournal of Information and Image Management (Association for Information and Image Management)
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She was diagnosed as having JIIM based on clinical muscle weakness (manual muscle testing-8 score: 68 (range 0-80)), mildly elevated levels of muscle-derived enzymes (creatine kinase, 196U/L; aldolase, 13.6IU), the findings on muscle MR imaging, slightly high-signal intensity in the thigh with T2-weighted fat suppression, and skin biopsy.
(15) As part of enhanced jointness, we encourage our partners to embrace joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational (JIIM) mindsets.
Succeeding in a JIIM environment requires a high level of professionalism since it demands adaptability and communication skills.
Keep up the great work and keep striving to increase our processing, exploitation, and dissemination to support all of our current and future JIIM operations at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels.
Embassy LNOs set the conditions for arrival with Department of State (DoS) and host nation authorities by building the initial relationships with JIIM partners.
Intelligence analysis within the SOTF from forward elements and JIIM partners also adds situational awareness.
Strategic Command has tasked Army Space and Missile Defense Command Future Warfare Center (SMDC-FWC) in Colorado Springs, Colo., with determining if a commercial Internet hub in space would dramatically improve net-centricity for strategic, operational and tactical units of the DoD, and joint, interagency, intergovernmental and multinational (JIIM) partners.
With regard to 'jiim', already in the late eighth century various pronunciations are attested in the phonetic description of Arabic (Sibawaih II: 452).
Byline: The $10 Gourmet by Jiim Boyd The Register-Guard
(1) Having shared equities, the joint, interagency, intergovernmental, multinational (JIIM); nongovernmental organization (NGO); and economic communities came together and became a true force.
Recently, JRTC Rotations 14.10.5 and 15-06 met Ranger training objectives including surgical strike; SOF/conventional forces (CF)/ joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational (JIIM) interdependence, integration, and interoperability (I3); and SOF mission command.