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DOD Joint Acronyms & Abbreviations Dictionary

  The DOD Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations offers an inventory of current abbreviations and acronyms used within the U.S. Department of Defense. This dictionary of acronyms contains more than 6000 entries. Still this is not a complete list of DOD abbreviations and acronyms, but rather, a guide to current DOD usage in abbreviations and acronyms.

The Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations master data base is managed by the Joint Doctrine Division, J-7, Joint Staff. All approved joint definitions are contained in Joint Publication 1-02, "DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms.

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wartime reserve modes

Characteristics and operating procedures of sensor, communications, navigation aids, threat recognition, weapons, and countermeasures systems that will contribute to military effectiveness if unknown to or misunderstood by opposing commanders before they are used, but could be exploited or neutralized if known in advance. Wartime reserve modes are deliberately held in reserve for wartime or emergency use and seldom, if ever, applied or intercepted prior to such use. Also called WARM.
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