JSDF

AcronymDefinition
JSDFJapan Social Development Fund
JSDFJapan Self-Defense Force
JSDFJin Shin Do Foundation (acupressure education; Idyllwild, CA)
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It is the only country with whom Japan maintains a Status of Forces Agreement for the JSDF."
Mapagu, government officials from Japan and the Philippines, members of the diplomatic corps, as well as Japanese nationals joined the reception to celebrate the founding of the JSDF and further strengthen relations between the two countries.
JSDF, he said, in collaboration with Pakistani forces carried out missions at the times of natural disasters and counter-piracy operations in the waters off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden, called CTF-151.
He said that the JSDF in collaboration with Pakistani forces carried out missions at the times of natural disasters and counter-piracy operations in the waters off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden, called CTF-151.
The JSDF Day celebrates the establishment of the Japan Defense Agency and the inauguration of the Japan Ground, Maritime and Air Self-Defense Forces on 1st July, 1954.
Created on July 1, 1954, JGSDF is the largest of the three services of the Japan JSDF with about 150,000 active personnel.
Neither share-croppers nor leaseholders will be eligible to get loan from JSDF, if the committee's suggestions are accepted without any modification, the source said.
Facing a fluid regional security environment and the need to strengthen its alliance role, Japan has worked to increase the capabilities of the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF).
The project, launched in 2011 by Poverty Alleviation Fund, Nepal (PAF) with support from the World Bank and Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF), succeeded in reaching more than 7500 rural artisans.
Meanwhile, the Japanese Self Defence Force (JSDF) continues to consider the establishment of its own Special Operations Command (JP-SOCOM) as it seeks to emerge from a recent history of reliance upon the US.
Trump and First Lady Melania were welcomed by Japanese Self Defence Force (JSDF) Troops at the Akasaka Palace after they paid a visit to the Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at the Imperial Palace.
Given the continued ecologic findings of virus activity in animals, it is plausible that humans have acquired TBEV infection, especially persons frequently exposed to ticks, including Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) members of the Northern Army.