JSRC

AcronymDefinition
JSRCJersey Shore Running Club (Shrewsbury, NJ)
JSRCJoint Search and Rescue Center
JSRCJoint Sub Regional Command
JSRCJoint Services Review Committee
JSRCJim Spivey Running Club (Chicago, IL and Nashville, TN)
JSRCJoint Ship Repair Committee (US DoD)
JSRCJournal of Sedimentary Research
JSRCJoint Senior Review Council
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Recognition Methods Accuracy Template Matching [17] 40.76% SVM [21] 90.92% Single-View SRC [20] 92.30% JSRC [20] 95.60% Adaptive Boosting [22] 96.12% Multi-scale LPQ+BPR 96.92%
By the end of 2001, the center had trained 1,298 personnel for assignment to recovery forces, planning cells, operational centers, or JSRCs in the various service staffs or combatant commands.
(17) The JSRC proposed the lay judge system in order to achieve greater citizen participation in government (18) and to instill faith in the justice system.
To date, the Japanese government has not adopted any reform measures that go substantially beyond those recommended in the JSRC Report, (25) and in May 2009, Japan will reintroduce jury trials after a sixty-three-year absence.
(21.) Combined Forces Air Component Command Joint Search and Rescue Center (JSRC), JSRC Current Events for Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Southern Watch/Operation Iraqi Freedom, 9 Jun 2003, 3.
CSEL includes a hand-held radio, an over-the-horizon segment for satellite communications and multiple command, control and communications workstations located in JSRCs. CSEL, produced by Boeing, is expected to possess a communications range of thousands of miles through a satellite relay system.
Acting as CSAR-mission coordinator, the RCC reports the situation to the Joint Search and Rescue Center (JSRC): then, together, they begin coordinating CSAR assets for the rescue mission: At this point, the JCC and the JSRC are gathering a large volume of real-time information, including intelligence on enemy threat levels, weather information, terrain data, safe-passage corridors codes and authentication data, air-refueling points and precise command-and-control coordination from friendly-force assets.
If the pilots had been unable to radio their locations, the RCC and the JSRC would have called upon theater electronic surveillance, reconnaissance, command-and-control aircraft, satellites, wingman reports and battlefield radar-control posts to help find the lost pilots.
(119) The JSRC, an independent commission, wrote the reform report, which encompasses the major changes in the legal education and training system for both civil and criminal justice.
The JSRC report proposed an entirely new legal system where graduate schools, as the core of the system, would provide specialized practical training for legal professionals.
The collocation of the JSRC in the CAOC did not occur by happenstance.
Current joint doctrine offers JFCs the option to retain the JSRC at their headquarters or delegate it to a component commander (fig.