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AcronymFull NameComments & Primary Location
J-2Joint Intelligence DirectorateUSA
J-3Joint Operations DirectorateUSA
J-6Joint Information Technology Directorate USA
JAMALJamaica Movement for the Advancement of LiteracyJamaica
JBCJamaica Broadcasting Corporation  
JCJournal of CommerceNew York
JCDHRGJamaica Committee for the Defence of Human Rights in Grenada  
JCEOIJoint Communications Electronic Operating InstructionsUSA
JCHRJamaica Council of Human Rights  
JCSJoint Chiefs of StaffUS Military
JEWELJoint Endeavour for Welfare, Education and LiberationGrenada
JGJamaica GleanerJamaica
JIBJoint Information BureauBarbados
JLPJamaica Labour Party  
JLSCJudicial and Legal Services CommissionGrenada
JoCJournal of CommerceUnited States
JOYJoint Organization for YouthGrenada
JPJustice of the Peace  
JPLjJamaica Progressive League  
JPRSJoint Publications Research ServiceDepartment of Commerce, translations - USA
JSOCJoint Special Operations CommandUS Military
JTFJoint Task ForceUS Military
JUCEPLANCentral Planning Board (La Junta Central de Planificación)Cuba
J.W.T.L.Journal of World Trade Law  

Acronyms will become apparent when you read and study the history of the Grenada Revolution. An acronym is a word formed from the initial letters of the words of a compound term. Also included in these alphabetical lists are short-hand letters with varying meanings.

Not only did the People's Revolutionary Government (PRG) and their political party, The New Jewel Movement (NJM), have a proclivity for using acronyms or short-hand letters for what was meant, but they were in communication with Cuba and the Soviet Union. Cuba, the Soviet Union and the United States were no shirkers from using acronyms either.

Have fun with these. Use the Google on-site search engine to find their location(s), though many are not on this site, but in the literature. You can copy these singly as ownership is not involved. Copying the complete list and reproducing it in a publication is not allowed. Using the compilation on this page as a complete compilation or partial compilation for other than personal use is not acceptable.

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Acronyms A
Acronyms B
Acronyms C
Acronyms D
Acronyms E
Acronyms F
Acronyms G
Acronyms H
Acronyms I
Acronyms K
Acronyms L
Acronyms M
Acronyms N
Acronyms O
Acronyms P
Acronyms Q-R
Acronyms S
Acronyms T
Acronyms U
Acronyms V
Acronyms W
Acronyms Y
Acronyms Z

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