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Joint Doctrine Planning Conference 'Joint Doctrine Planning Conference' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A forum that meets semiannually to address and vote on project proposals; discuss key joint doctrinal and operational issues; discuss potential changes to the joint doctrine development process; keep up to date on the status of the joint publication projects and emerging publications; and keep abreast of other initiatives of interest to the members. The Joint Doctrine Planning Conference provides recommendations that are approved by the Joint Staff/J-7, in the name of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Also called JDPC. See also joint doctrine; joint publication; joint test publication'.
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