JTES

AcronymDefinition
JTESJet Expression Service
JTESJohn Tyler Elementary School (Portsmouth, VA)
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The joint threat emitter (JTE) is a remotely controlled operational hub that emits signals that mimic threats to actual aircraft flown by soldiers in training, said Joe Downie, site director of Northrop's Amherst Systems business unit in Buffalo, New York.
There are no set or predictable threat scenarios under the JTE. The threat simulation comes from the operator in the hub, and the trainee in the arena must react accordingly, Downie said.
This book is a final report by the Japan Commission on Industrial Performance (JCIP), which was formed in 1990 by the Japan Techno-Economics Society (JTES), an industrial association.