Joint Engagement Zone Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
joint engagement zone
1.) In air defense, that airspace of defined dimensions within which multiple air defense systems (surface-to-air missiles and aircraft) are simultaneously employed to engage air threats.
- also called JEZ
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Term Classification: operations
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