Definition of joint table of distribution

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joint table of distribution

'joint table of distribution' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A manpower document that identifies the positions and enumerates the spaces that have been approved for each organizational element of a joint activity for a specific fiscal year (authorization year), and those spaces which have been accepted for planning and programming purposes for the four subsequent fiscal years (program years). Also called JTD. See also joint manpower program'.

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