JSM

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JSMJoint Statistical Meetings
JSMJoint Strike Missile
JSMJimmy Swaggart Ministries
JSMJournal of Sports Media (University of Nebraska Press)
JSMJob Status Monitor
JSMJapanese Society of Melbourne (est. 1965; Japan and Australia)
JSMJohnson Stokes & Master (law firm; China)
JSMJohn Stuart Mill (British 19th century philosopher)
JSMJournal of Sexual Medicine
JSMJoint Staff Mission (UK)
JSMJabatan Sumber Manusia (Malay: Department of Human Resources)
JSMJust Shoot Me (sitcom)
JSMJournal of Sport Management
JSMJohn Sidney McCain
JSMJournal of Software Maintenance
JSMJabber Session Manager
JSMJuris Scientiae Magister (Latin: Master of Science of Laws)
JSMJob Site Measurement (architectural drawings)
JSMJEOL Scanning Microscope
JSMJournal of Soviet Mathematics
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"On Oct 26, 1967, at Truc Bach Lake, the military and people of Hanoi arrested Major John Sidney McCain, a pilot of the American Navy's air force," it says on the sculpture, which depicts an airman with his hands above his head in front of a broken plane wing.
The ship is named for the Arizona's senator's grandfather, John Sidney McCain Sr., and his father, John Sidney McCain Jr, both of whom were admirals.
Senator John Sidney McCain, III of Arizona, known for occasionally crossing the aisle and working with Senate Democrats on key legislative issues, has built a reputation as a "maverick Republican." McCain was born in Panama to Admiral John S.
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John Sidney McCain III is a person who has given endlessly and unselfishly to his country, a person of unquestionable good character who understands the Middle East situation as only a military man who has suffered brutal torture can.
Born in 1936, McCain is the Navy captain son of a four-star admiral who was the son of another four-star admiral, all named John Sidney McCain. And that just scratches the surface.
A leader born; the life of Admiral John Sidney McCain, Pacific Carrier Commander.