Definition of Joint Staff doctrine sponsor

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Joint Staff doctrine sponsor

'Joint Staff doctrine sponsor' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A Joint Staff directorate assigned to coordinate a specific joint doctrine project with the Joint Staff. Joint Staff doctrine sponsors assist the lead agent and primary review authority as requested and directed and process the final coordination (and test publications if applicable) for approval. Also called JSDS. See also joint doctrine'.

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