Joint Facilities Utilization Board


Joint Facilities Utilization Board
A joint board that evaluates and reconciles component requests for real estate, use of existing facilities, inter-Service support, and construction to ensure compliance with Joint Civil-Military Engineering Board priorities.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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