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STTSchool of Technical Training (Royal Air Force)
STTSpin-Transfer Torque (microelectronics)
STTScience and Technology of Thailand
STTSanction to Test (electrical inspections)
STTStop Tail Turn (tractor trailer lighting)
STTState Street Corporation (stock symbol)
STTSwiss Table Tennis
STTSurface Tension Transfer (welding)
STTSeptic Tank Treatment (home maintenance)
STTSportbike Track Time (Holland, MI)
STTSecurities Transaction Tax (India)
STTSingapore Technologies Telemedia
STTStart and Stop
STTString Type
STTStateless Transport Tunneling (computer networking)
STTSuomen Tietotoimisto (Finnish National News Agency)
STTSpeech to Text (system for hearing impaired)
STTSergeant's Time Training (US Army)
STTSecure Transaction Technology
STTSpouses to Teachers (US DoD)
STTStrategy-To-Task
STTStenographer, Medical (US Navy)
STTStability Transition Team (US Army)
STTSpinothalamic Tract
STTSheridan Travel and Tourism (Sheridan, WY)
STTSumatran Tiger Trust
STTSchirmer Tear Test (ophthalmology)
STTSpacelab Transfer Tunnel (US NASA)
STTSurface Test Tree
STTShort Term Training
STTSoft Tissue Therapy
STTStudent Talking Time (TESOL jargon)
STTSystem Time Table
STTSingle Target Track
STTSpecial Tactics Team
STTSmall Tactical Terminal
STTSatellite Transportable Terminal (communications; US Army)
STTState Transition Table
STTSet-Top Terminal
STTSkid to Turn (missile)
STTSEAL Tactical Training
STTSt. Thomas Hall (University of Scranton)
STTSpace-Time Trellis (coding scheme)
STTSave the Trees (band)
STTShore Targeting Terminal
STTSource to Target (data mapping)
STTShort Term Throughput
STTSpecial Task Team
STTSoft Tissue Trauma
STTSchool of Telecommunications Technology
STTStatement to Task
STTSlave to Target (blog)
STTSt Thomas Island, VI, USA - Cyril E. King Airport (Airport Code)
STTSky Trek Tower (amusement park ride)
STTScaphoid, Trapezium and Trapezoid (wrist bones)
STTScaphotrapezoid-Trapezial (Joint)
STTSystem Test Tool
STTSekolah Tinggi Texmaco (Indonesian high school)
STTStrategy and Training Teams
STTSituational Training Template
STTSerial Thrombin Time
STTSoftware Tips and Tricks (website)
STTSignal Tracking Trainer
STTSchedule Training Time
STTSystem Technical Test
STTSpread To Treasurys
STTStep to Talk (audio transmission)
STTScalar Timing Theory
STTSuccess-To-The-Top Network Routing
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Major commands are not very effective at obtaining resources using strategy-to-task analysis, and this was also a draft finding of the Air Force Studies Board during its pre-milestone 1 (now Milestone B) review.
Is there a system in place to develop requirements using some form of strategy-to-task analysis?
Establishing clear strategy-to-task links between ends, ways, and means is a much more urgent and vexing problem that must be addressed to achieve a sustainable unity of effort.
Adapting this proven model to the interagency level would integrate and align the instruments of national power toward accomplishing US strategic objectives and would establish clear strategy-to-task links between ends, ways, and means.
Assigning statutory responsibilities that, taken together, greatly enhance the strategy-to-task links between US National Security Strategy (ends), joint strategic and operational planning and execution (ways), and defense-wide requirements, programs, and budget (means).
These tasks and the continuing search for commonality among missions can aid the idealized strategy-to-task concept of joint planning and EBO.
In scoring capabilities and risks of MCM systems, a logical, rigorous, strategy-to-tasks approach is used, designed to link individual assets such as ships, sonars, and influence-sweep sleds to broad-based, macro national security objectives.
It will then show how the JAOP's strategy-to-task methodology could be a viable solution for establishing the requisite command relations.
The Solution: Embed ISR Effects into JAOP Strategy-to-Task Methodology
A roll-up model of the strategy-to-task hierarchy served as the foundation for the first major effort to add quantitative analysis to JAOC OA, pioneered by United States Air forces in Europe (USAFE).
Second, this model focuses solely on carrying out tasks in the strategy-to-task hierarchy while disregarding the key elements of the operational plan--the commander's desired effects.
To help alleviate the tactical-assessment burden, the OAT at Air Expeditionary Force 7/8, US Central Command Air Forces, has implemented assessment information requirements (AIR), a list of specific information items, based on the strategy-to-task construct, that the team needs to feed its assessment.
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