Definition of joint air operations plan

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joint air operations plan

'joint air operations plan' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A plan for a connected series of joint air operations to achieve the joint force commander's objectives within a given time and joint operational area. Also called JAOP. See also joint air operations'.

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