What are called adjutants?

1 : a staff officer in the army, air force, or marine corps who assists the commanding officer and is responsible especially for correspondence. 2 : one who helps : assistant.

What is a UFR?

An unfunded requirement (UFR) is how your shop competes for additional funding resources within your organization and your service-level programs. Funding Request. Summary Statement. Requirement Description. Impact if Not Funded/Capability Lost.

What does aide-de-camp mean?

Definition of aide-de-camp : a military aide also : a civilian aide usually to an executive.

What is JA in army?

Pakistan. Adjutants in the Pak Army are mostly captains and sometimes lieutenants. The Pak Army also holds the rank of junior adjutant (JA) who works as an aide to the adjutant and is of the rank of subedar, an equivalent rank to warrant officer or sergeant in Western armies.

What does Nirt stand for?


Acronym Definition
NIRT National Incident Response Team (Federal Reserve System)
NIRT Nuclear Incident Response Team (US DHS)
NIRT National Iranian Radio Television
NIRT Network Infrastructure Release Testing (Cingular)

What does Meil stand for?


Acronym Definition
MEIL Mechaniczny Energetyki I Lotnictwa (Polish university)

What does Istar stand for?

Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance
5. Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) was described in outline to us in the MoD’s memorandum: ISTAR is a key military capability that generates and delivers specific information and intelligence to decision makers at all levels in support of the planning and conduct of operations.