- joint meteorological and oceanographic forecast unit
- An organization consisting of a jointly supported collective of meteorological and oceanographic personnel and equipment formed to provide meteorological and oceanographic support to the joint force commander. Also called JMFU. See also meteorological and oceanographic.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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