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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 8 Feb 2018, Thursday

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The Director of the Joint Staff (DJS) is a three-star officer in the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a cabinet of senior military commanders within the United States Armed Forces who advise the Secretary of Defense and President on military matters. The Director assists the Chairman, a four-star officer who leads the Joint Staff, with the management and organization of the staff’s members. The Director also chairs meetings of the Operations Deputies, a subsidiary body comprising the Director and a three-star delegate from each service who preview or resolve issues before they are escalated to the four-star level of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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The Director of the Joint Staff is selected by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in consultation with the other members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and subject to the approval of the Secretary of Defense. As with all three- and four-star positions, the Director’s appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.

The position of Director is considered one of the most desirable billets in the United States military establishment, for the position has historically served as a stepping stone to a four-star billet. As of February 2016, 34 of the 43 past Directors and 7 past, short-term, acting Directors (all “acting” were two-star) have been promoted to four-star rank, including a former Director promoted to that rank upon retirement from active duty. Many of these have been promoted to four-star rank within a year of leaving the position of Director of the Joint Staff.

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