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JSSJICO (Joint Interface Control Officer) Support System
JSSJapan Statistical Society (Tokyo, Japan)
JSSJust Survive Somehow (The Walking Dead)
JSSJoint Services Software
JSSJaguar Sequential Shift
JSSJava Script Style Sheet
JSSJunior Secondary School
JSSJoint Security Station
JSSJoint Support Ship (Canadian Forces)
JSSJapanese Society of Sonographers
JSSJ Soil Sediment
JSSJapan Society of Sonochemistry (est. 1992)
JSSJavascript Style Sheets (Netscape)
JSSJoint Surveillance System
JSSJapan Science Society
JSSNetwork Security Services for Java
JSSJump Super Stars (video game)
JSSJapan Shareholder Services Ltd. (est. 2005)
JSSJoint Strength System (rotary shouldered connectors)
JSSJonesco Secure Solutions
JSSJapan Surgical Society
JSSJoint Service Software
JSSJ Sound Services (Nashville, TN)
JSSJournal on Systems and Software
JSSJournal of the Semitic Studies
JSSJob Safety Standard
JSSJoint Shared Servers
JSSJoint Stars Simulator
JSSJewelry Salvage System (insurance)
JSSJob Scheduling Strategy
JSSJSTARS System Simulator
JSSJMIE Support System
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During a second "drawdown," two wreckers were taken out to the joint security station and used to move 20-foot MILVANs [military-owned demountable containers].
The unit's Joint Security Station is headquartered in this former city youth center that was refurbished in August 2006 at the cost of $200,000 to U.S.
On June 25, the Islamic State of Iraq group staged the suicide bomb attack on the downtown Joint Security Station shared by U.S.
He added: "The future meetings will focus on the agreement on the location of joint security stations, and the withdrawal of additional troops from the area and determine the border points." / End
He has a clear vision, too, of how the Kandahar campaign must unfold, with US and Afghan forces working together in "joint security stations" across the city, as happened in Baghdad during the surge.
The direct impacts to the task force were that many of the joint security stations and contingency operating posts had to relocate to larger bases.
Furthermore, the requirement to provide SIPRNet connectivity to the company--and in many cases, below the company--and to non-traditional command posts like those of joint security stations, military transition teams, border transition teams, points of entry, and combat out posts has drastically increased the satellite requirement.
A "small number" of US troops would be left in some Iraqi cities after the June 30 deadline at so-called Joint Security Stations to train and advise local security forces, a military spokesman said.
soldiers will stay behind in urban centers at so-called Joint Security Stations to train and advise local security forces.
Instead of putting all the additional forces into central Baghdad to "secure the people," Odierno deployed them into the fractious "Baghdad belts." During the surge, American troops would not only live among the Iraqi people in "joint security stations" and combat outposts but also target the insurgent lines of operations running from Syria and Iran into central Baghdad.
As fresh troops arrived, the generals began deploying them across Baghdad, mostly in small outposts called joint security stations. The stations were seen as the key to securing the capital; for the first time, Americans could credibly promise that they would protect Iraqi civilians from the insurgents.
Specifically, Iraq's government has established various committees in support of the Baghdad security plan and established almost all of the planned Joint Security Stations in Baghdad.
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