Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Militarismus, Militarismo, Militarisme, Militarismo, Militarism

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About Face - Rose (W3)

Angeblich war "About Face" ursprünglich ein militärischer Befehl der US-Army, die Richtung zu ändern. Daraus wurde dann allgemein ein Ausdruck für eine Meinungsänderung (in etwa einer "180 Grad-Wendung", "Kehrtwendung"), wie es in folgendem Beispielsatz zum Ausdruck kommt:


Her decision to become an actress instead of a dentist was an about face from her original plans.


Dies hat wohl auch zur Namensgebung dieser Rose geführt. Ihre Blätter sind auf der Innenseite tief goldgelb und auf der Aussenseite dunkel-orange-rot. Dies ist zwar keine komplette Kehrtwendung, aber der Name scheint doch ganz passend gewählt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.ars.org/?page_id=3343

‘About Face’ by Larry Durham


(E6)(L?) http://www.edmundsroses.com/dp.asp?pID=23503


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso

About Face ob Orange & Orange blend, Grandiflora 2005


(E?)(L?) http://www.goenglish.com/AboutFace.asp


(E?)(L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/s
Smith, Jan: Narakan Rifles, About Face! (English) (as Author)

(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/gardening/l.php?l=2.37356


(E?)(L?) http://www.lib.ru/ENGLISH/american_idioms.txt


(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=about face
Limericks on about face

(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=about-face
Limericks on about-face

(E1)(L1) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/index.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/a-1.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/22100.html

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Origin

From the military command of the English Army - where it is still used. The earliest citation that I can find is from Manoeuvres, or Practical observations on the Art of War, 1711, by the English soldier, Major William Young.
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(E6)(L?) http://www.rose.org/past-winners/

2005 - About Face - Grandiflora - Bicolor/Multicolor


(E?)(L?) http://www.rose.org/past-winners/

2005 - About Face - Grandiflora - Bicolor/Multicolor


(E?)(L?) http://www.rose.org/2005-winner-about-face/


(E?)(L1) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=About+Face


(E?)(L1) http://www.usingenglish.com/reference/idioms/


(E?)(L?) http://wordcraft.infopop.cc/Archives/2007-11-Nov.htm

About face

This week’s theme-title is a pun. We’ll be talking about words related to parts of the face.


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=About Face
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "About Face" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1810 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-12

af - GI Jargon

(E?)(L?) http://www.af.mil/news/airman/1197/jargon2.htm


Audie Murphy - Rose

Die Rose "Audie Murphy" wurde nach dem amerikanischen Kriegsteilnehmer "Audie Murphy" ("Audie Leon Murphy", 1924-1971) benannt. Später spielte er auch in einigen Hollywood-Western.


Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit
Blütenblätter-Anzahl
Blütenfarbe / Bloemkleur / Flower Colour kirschrot, Medium Red
Blütenform / Forme de la fleur / Bloemvorm / Bloom Shape
Blütengröße / Bloem / Bloom Size
Blütentyp / Bloom Type
Blütezeit / Floraison / Bloeitijd / Flowering Period
Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
Dornen / Stacheln / Thornyness
Duft / Fragrance / Geurend / Scent Strength würzig
Elternrosen / Herkunft / Parentage
Erkrankungen / Disease resistance
Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 1957
Exhibition Name
Genealogie / Parentage
Hagebutten / Hips / Hip Colour / Hip Shape
Knospen / Buds
Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers / Type de rosier / Groep / Class / Family / Group Floribunda-Grandiflora, Hybrid Tea
Registration Name
Schädlinge
Schwächen / Weaknesses
Sports / Mutationen
Standort / Shade Tolerance
Stärken / Strengths
Stiele / Stems
Synonyme Audie Murphy
Verwendung / Utilisation / Gebruik / Use
Winterhärte / Hardiness
Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
Wuchsform / Vorm / Growth Habit
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur
Wuchsweite / Width
Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Lammerts (USA)



(E?)(L?) http://history1900s.about.com/cs/audiemurphy/

"Audie Murphy" was the most decorated U.S. soldier in World War II. Though he was only 21 years old at the end of the war, he had killed 240 German soldiers, been wounded three times, and had earned an amazing 33 awards and medals, including the Medal of Honor. After the war, Murphy appeared in more than 40 films, wrote poetry, and continued to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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(E?)(L?) http://militaryhistory.about.com/od/1900s/p/World-War-Ii-First-Lieutenant-Audie-Murphy.htm

World War II: First Lieutenant Audie Murphy


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php

Audie Murphy


(E?)(L?) http://www.nndb.com/people/486/000092210/

Wanda Hendrix (03-Nov-1928 - 01-Feb-1981), Actor, Actress, wife of Audie Murphy


(E?)(L?) http://www.nndb.com/people/800/000031707/

Audie Murphy (20-Jun-1924 - 28-May-1971), Actor, War hero turned cowboy actor


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/rosen_au.htm#audie_murphy

Audie Murphy


(E?)(L1) http://www.who2.com/bio/audie-murphy/

Audie Murphy won the Congressional Medal of Honor and was the most decorated American Army soldier of World War II.
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(E?)(L?) http://biography.yourdictionary.com/audie-murphy

Audie Murphy Facts

Born near Kingston, Texas, Audie Murphy (1924-1971) won fame as the most decorated soldier in U.S. military history.
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Erstellt: 2016-09

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Camouflage (W3)

... influenced by "camouflet", "snub", "smoke blown in one's face" ...

(E1)(L1) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=Camouflage


(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/


(E1)(L1) http://www.takeourword.com/TOW174/page2.html#camouflage

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Etymologist Robert K. Barnhart believes that the Italian "camuffare" comes from Medieval Latin "muffula" = "manipulation".


Das engl. "camouflage" geht zurück auf ital. "camuffare" = "verkleiden", "vermummen". Ende des 19. Jh. ist es als frz. "camouflage" = "Verkleidung" zu finden. Seit 1914 (also wohl im 1. Weltkrieg) ist es im militärischen Sinne "camouflage" = "Tarnung" zu finden. Und so kam es auch nach England und USA.

(E6)(L1) http://people.howstuffworks.com/military-camouflage.htm
How Military Camouflage Works

(E?)(L?) http://science.howstuffworks.com/animal-camouflage.htm
How Animal Camouflage Works

(E6)(L?) http://www.laut.de/wortlaut/artists/c/camouflage/


(E5)(L1) http://www.teachsam.de/deutsch/glossar_deu_c.htm#Camouflage

Camouflage
eine Aussage wird sprachlich so verhüllt, dass sie im Allgemeinen nur von einem eingeweihten Leserkreis in der beabsichtigten Weise verstanden werden kann; fungiert z.T. wie ein "Sprachversteck" bei einer politisch opponierenden Literatur als "Lesen zwischen den Zeilen" durch ihre semantische Mehrsinnigkeit, Metaphorik und ihre scheinbar naive Art zu zitieren


(E1)(L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/
Camouflage-Kit | Camouflage-Print | Camouflage-Wear | Camouflagehose

(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_French_origin


(E?)(L?) http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/camouflage


combat.ws
A Glossary of Modern Military Terms
Military Terms of the Modern Era

(E?)(L?) http://www.combat.ws/INDEX.HTM


(E?)(L?) http://www.combat.ws/S4/MILTERMS/INDEX.HTM

The emphasis of this educational reference is on words and phrases that appear in published works about war and military service; and amongst this jargon and slang, there is no pretense of objectivity or completeness, which may be readily found in official documents or government resources. This fragmentary opus is a work in progress ....

Terminology and nomenclature, argot and cant, jargon and lingo can be confusing. One reason the military has trouble coordinating joint operations is that the different services don't speak the same language ....


Erstellt: 2014-06

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Deadline (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.computerworld.com/managementtopics/management/project/story/0,10801,97598,00.html

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NOVEMBER 22, 2004 (COMPUTERWORLD) - Deadline anxiety has long been with us, since well before your project team got up and running. In fact, the word "deadline" once indicated the boundary of a military prison, and to step over the "deadline" was to tempt gunfire. Modern office workers may not be aware of this etymology, but many nonetheless fear that they could be symbolically shot if they miss their deadlines.
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DMZ - DeMilitarized Zone (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://webopedia.com/TERM/D/DMZ.html
The term comes from military use, meaning a buffer area between two enemies.
Nun wird der Begriff auch in der Informationstechnik, z.B. für bestimmte, geschützte Zonen im Internet, benutzt.

dtic
DTIC - Defense Technical Information Center
DOD - U.S. Department of Defense
ABS - Army Broadcasting Service
DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
Military Acronyms and Abbreviations
NATO Only Terms - NATO-Terminologie

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil
Lexikon militärischer und verwandter Termini und Abkürzungen vom amerikanischen "Department of Defense" ("DOD").

Das Lexikon des US-Pentagon enthält auch die NATO-Terminologie.

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/
15.03.2008:

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html

DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

From this page you can browse the DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. The DOD Dictionary and the Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations master data base are managed by the Joint Doctrine Division, J-7, Joint Staff. All approved joint definitions are contained in Joint Publication 1-02, "DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. As amended through 17 October 2007.


(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html

463L system | 618th Tanker Airlift Control Center


(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html

abort | absolute altimeter | absolute dud | absolute filter | absolute height | absorbed dose | acceptability | access to classified information | accidental attack | accompanying supplies | accountability | accounting line designator | accuracy of fire | accuracy of information | acoustical surveillance | acoustic circuit | acoustic intelligence | acoustic jamming | acoustic mine | acoustic minehunting | acoustic warfare | acoustic warfare counter-countermeasures | acoustic warfare countermeasures | acoustic warfare support measures | acquire | acquire (radar) | acquisition | acquisition and cross-servicing agreement | action agent | action deferred | action information center | action phase | activation | activation detector | active air defense | active communications satellite | active defense | active duty | active duty for special work | active duty for training | Active Guard and Reserve | | active material | active mine | active sealift forces | active status | activity | act of mercy | | actuate | acute care services | acute radiation dose | acute radiation syndrome | adequacy | adjust | administrative airlift service | administrative control | administrative escort | administrative landing | administrative lead time | administrative loading | administrative map | administrative movement | administrative order | administrative shipping | advanced base | advanced geospatial intelligence | advanced logistic support site | advanced operations base | advance force | advance guard | advance guard reserve | advance guard support | adversary | adverse weather | adverse weather aerial delivery system | advisory area | aerial picket | aerial port | aerial port control center | aerial port squadron | aerodynamic missile | aeromedical evacuation | aeromedical evacuation cell | aeromedical evacuation control officer | aeromedical evacuation control team | aeromedical evacuation coordination center | aeromedical evacuation system | aeromedical evacuation unit | aeronautical chart | aeronautical information overprint | aeronautical plotting chart | aerosol | aerospace | aerospace defense | afloat pre-positioning force | afloat pre-positioning operations | afloat pre-positioning ships | afloat support | afterwinds | agency | agent | agent authentication | agent net | aggressor forces | aimpoint | air | air alert | air and space expeditionary task force | air apportionment | air assault | air assault force | air assault operation | air attack | airborne | airborne alert | airborne assault | airborne assault weapon | airborne command post | airborne early warning | airborne early warning and control | airborne force | airborne interception equipment | airborne lift | airborne mission coordinator | airborne operation | airborne order | airborne radio relay | airborne sensor operator | airborne troops | air-breathing missile | airburst | air-capable ship | air cargo | air cartographic camera | air cartographic photography | air component coordination element | air control operations | air corridor | aircraft | aircraft arresting barrier | aircraft arresting cable | aircraft arresting gear | aircraft arresting hook | aircraft arresting system | aircraft arresting wire | aircraft arrestment | aircraft block speed | aircraft captain | aircraft carrier | aircraft commander | aircraft control and warning system | aircraft cross-servicing | aircraft loading table | aircraft mission equipment | aircraft modification | aircraft monitoring and control | aircraft role equipment | aircraft scrambling | aircraft store | aircraft tiedown | aircraft transient servicing | aircraft utilization | aircraft vectoring | air cushion vehicle | air defense | air defense area | air defense artillery | air defense control center | air defense direction center | air defense early warning | air defense emergency | air defense ground environment | air defense identification zone | air defense operations center | air defense operations team | air defense readiness | air defense region | air defense sector | air defense warning conditions | air delivery | air delivery container | air delivery equipment | air direct delivery | airdrop | airdrop platform | air employment/allocation plan | air expeditionary force | air expeditionary wing | air facility | airfield | airfield traffic | Air Force air and space operations center | Air Force Component Headquarters | Air Force special operations base | Air Force special operations component | Air Force special operations detachment | Air Force special operations element | Air Force special operations forces | airhead | airhead line | air intercept control common | air interception | air interdiction | air landed | air landed operation | air-launched ballistic missile | air liaison officer | airlift capability | airlift control team | airlift coordination cell | airlift mission commander | airlift requirement | airlift service | air logistic support | air logistic support operation | airmiss | air mission | air mission intelligence report | airmobile forces | airmobile operation | air mobility | Air Mobility Command | air mobility control team | air mobility division | air mobility element | air mobility express | air mobility liaison officer | air movement | air movement column | air movement table | air observation | air observation post | air observer | air observer adjustment | air offensive | air photographic reconnaissance | air picket | air plot | airport | air portable | airport surface detection equipment | airport surveillance radar | airport traffic area | air position | air priorities committee | air raid reporting control ship | air reconnaissance | air reconnaissance liaison officer | air refueling | air refueling control point | air refueling control team | air refueling control time | air refueling initiation point | air request net | air route | air route traffic control center | air smuggling event | air sovereignty | air sovereignty mission | airspace control | airspace control area | airspace control authority | airspace control boundary | airspace control center | airspace control facility | airspace control in the combat zone | airspace control order | airspace control plan | airspace control procedures | airspace control sector | airspace control system | airspace coordinating measures | airspace coordination area | airspace management | airspace reservation | airspace restrictions | air space warning area | airspeed | airspeed indicator | air staging unit | air station | air strike | air strike coordinator | air strip | air superiority | air supply | air support | air support operations center | air support request | air supremacy | air surface zone | air surveillance | air surveillance officer | air survey camera | air survey photography | air target chart | Air Target Materials Program | air target mosaic | air tasking order | air tasking order/confirmation | air terminal | air-to-air guided missile | air-to-surface guided missile | air traffic control and landing system | air traffic control center | air traffic control clearance | air traffic control facility | air traffic controller | air traffic control service | air traffic identification | air traffic section | air transportable unit | air transported operations | air transport group | airways station | air weapons controller | alert | alert force | alerting service | alert order | all appropriate action | alliance | allocation | allocation (air) | allocation (nuclear) | allocation request | allocation (transportation) | allotment | allowable cabin load | allowable load | allowable stacking weight | all-source intelligence | all-weather air defense fighter | alongside replenishment | alphabet code | alternate airfield | alternate command authority | alternate command post | alternate headquarters | alternative | altitude | altitude acclimatization | altitude chamber | altitude delay | altitude hole | altitude separation | altitude slot | ambient temperature | ambulance exchange point | ammunition | ammunition and toxic material open space | ammunition controlled supply rate | ammunition lot | ammunition supply point | amphibian | amphibious assault | amphibious assault area | amphibious assault landing | amphibious assault ship (general purpose) | amphibious aviation assault ship | amphibious bulk liquid transfer system | amphibious chart | amphibious command ship | amphibious construction battalion | amphibious control group | amphibious demonstration | amphibious force | amphibious group | amphibious lift | | amphibious operation | amphibious planning | amphibious raid | amphibious reconnaissance | amphibious reconnaissance unit | amphibious shipping | amphibious squadron | amphibious striking forces | amphibious task force | amphibious tractor | amphibious transport dock | amphibious transport group | amphibious vehicle | amphibious vehicle availability table | amphibious vehicle employment plan | amphibious vehicle launching area | amphibious withdrawal | analysis and production | anchorage | anchor cable | anchor line extension kit | annex | annotated print | annotation | annual screening | annual training | antemortem identification media | antenna mine | antiarmor helicopter | anticountermining device | antideficiency violations | anti-G suit | antilift device | antimateriel agent | antimateriel operation | antipersonnel mine (land mine warfare) | antiradiation missile | antirecovery device | antisubmarine action | antisubmarine air distant support | antisubmarine air search attack unit | antisubmarine barrier | antisubmarine close air support | antisubmarine operation | antisubmarine patrol | antisubmarine screen | antisubmarine search | antisubmarine support operation | antisubmarine warfare | antisubmarine warfare forces | antisurface air operation | antisweep device | antisweeper mine | antitank helicopter | antitank mine | antiterrorism | antiwatching device | any Service member mail | apogee | apparent horizon | apparent precession | appendix | applicable materiel assets | application | apportionment | apportionment (air) | approach clearance | approach control | approach end of runway | approach lane | approach march | approach schedule | approach sequence | approach time | approval authority | archipelagic sea lanes passage | architecture | area air defense commander | area assessment | area bombing | area command | area control center | area damage control | area of influence | area of interest | area of limitation | area of militarily significant fallout | area of northern operations | area of operations | area of responsibility | area of separation | area operations | area oriented | area radar prediction analysis | area search | area target | armament delivery recording | armed forces | armed forces censorship | armed forces courier | Armed Forces Courier Service | armed forces courier station | Armed Forces of the United States | Armed Forces Radio and Television Service | armed helicopter | armed mine | armed reconnaissance | armed sweep | arming | arming delay device | arming lanyard | arming pin | arming system | arming wire | armistice | armistice demarcation line | arm or de-arm | armored personnel carrier | arms control agreement | arms control agreement verification | arms control measure | Army Air Defense Command Post | Army air-ground system | Army and Air Force Exchange Service imprest fund activity | Army base | Army corps | Army service area | Army Service component command | Army special operations component | Army special operations forces | Army tactical data link 1 | arresting barrier | arresting gear | arrival zone | artificial horizon | artillery fire plan table | artillery survey control point | assault | assault aircraft | assault area | assault area diagram | assault craft | assault craft unit | assault echelon | assault fire | assault follow-on echelon | assault phase | assault schedule | assault shipping | assault wave | assembly | assembly anchorage | assembly area | assessment | assessment agent | asset (intelligence) | asset visibility | assign | assumed azimuth | assumed grid | assumption | astern fueling | asymmetrical sweep | atmospheric environment | at my command | atomic air burst | atomic defense | atomic demolition munition | atomic underground burst | atomic underwater burst | atomic warfare | atomic weapon | at priority call | at sea | attach | attachment | attack assessment | attack cargo ship | attack group | attack heading | attack helicopter | attack origin | attack pattern | attack position | attack timing | attenuation | attenuation factor | attitude | attitude indicator | attrition | attrition minefield | attrition rate | attrition reserve aircraft | attrition sweeping | augmentation forces | authenticate | authentication | authenticator | authorized departure | autocode format | automated data handling | automated identification technology | Automated Repatriation Reporting System | automatic approach and landing | automatic data handling | automatic data processing | automatic flight control system | automatic message processing system | automatic resupply | automatic search jammer | automatic supply | automation network | autonomous operation | availability date | available payload | available-to-load date | avenue of approach | average speed | aviation combat element | aviation life support equipment | aviation medicine | aviation ship | avoidance | axial route | axis of advance | azimuth | azimuth angle | azimuth guidance | azimuth resolution


(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html

backfill | background count | background radiation | back-haul airlift | backscatter | back-scattering | backshore | back tell | back-up | backwash | balance | balanced stock(s) | balance station zero | bale cubic capacity | balisage | ballistic missile | ballistic missile early warning system | ballistics | ballistic trajectory | ballistic wind | balloon barrage | balloon reflector | bandwidth | bank angle | bar | bare base | barge | barometric altitude | barrage | barrage fire | barrage jamming | barricade | barrier | barrier combat air patrol | barrier forces | barrier, obstacle, and mine warfare plan | bar scale | base | base boundary | base cluster | base cluster commander | base cluster operations center | base commander | base complex | base defense | base defense forces | base defense operations center | base defense zone | base development (less force beddown) | base development plan | base element | base line | baseline costs | base map | base of operations | base period | base plan | base section | base support installation | base surge | base unit | basic cover | basic encyclopedia | basic intelligence | basic load | basic military route network | basic research | basic stocks | basic stopping power | basic tactical organization | basic undertakings | basis of issue | bathymetric contour | battalion landing team | battery | battery center | battery (troop) left (right) | battle damage assessment | battle damage repair | battlefield coordination detachment | battlefield illumination | battlefield surveillance | battle force | battle injury | battle management | battle reserves | battle rhythm | battlespace | battlespace awareness | beach | beach capacity | beach group | beachhead | beach landing site | beach marker | beachmaster | beachmaster unit | beach minefield | beach organization | beach party | beach party commander | beach photography | beach reserves | beach support area | beach survey | beach width | beam rider | beam width | bearing | beaten zone | begin morning civil twilight | begin morning nautical twilight | beleaguered | berm, natural | besieged | bight | | bill | billet | binary chemical munition | binding | bin storage | biographical intelligence | biological agent | biological ammunition | biological defense | biological environment | biological half-time | biological operation | biological threat | biological warfare | biological weapon | biometric | biometrics | black | black list | black propaganda | blast effect | blast line | blast wave | blast wave diffraction | bleeding edge | blind transmission | blister agent | blocking and chocking | blocking position | block shipment | block stowage loading | blood agent | blood chit | blood chit (intelligence) | blowback | Blue Bark | board | boat diagram | boat group | boat lane | boat space | boattail | boat wave | bomb disposal unit | bomber | bomb impact plot | bombing angle | bombing run | bomb release line | bomb release point | | bonding | booby trap | booster | boost phase | border | border break | border crosser | boresafe fuze | bottom mine | bound | boundary | bouquet mine | bracketing | branch | breakaway | breakbulk cargo | breakbulk ship | breaker | breaker angle | breakoff position | break-up | brevity code | bridgehead | bridgehead line | briefing | brigade | broach | buddy-aid | buffer distance | buffer zone | bugged | building systems | buildup | bulk cargo | bulk petroleum product | bulk storage | bullseye | bureau | burn notice | burnout | | burn-through range


(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html

cache | calibrated focal length | call fire | call for fire | call sign | camera axis | camera axis direction | camera calibration | camera cycling rate | camera nadir | camouflage | camouflage detection photography | camouflet | campaign | campaign plan | campaign planning | canalize | candidate target list | cannibalize | cannot observe | cantilever lifting frame | capability | capacity load (Navy) | capstone publications | capstone requirements document | capsule | captive firing | captured | cardinal point effect | caretaker status | cargo classification (combat loading) | cargo increment number | cargo outturn message | cargo outturn report | cargo sling | cargo tie-down point | cargo transporter | carpet bombing | carrier air wing | carrier battle group | carrier striking force | CARVER | case | casual | casualty | casualty category | casualty evacuation | casualty receiving and treatment ship | casualty status | casualty type | catalytic attack | catalytic war | catapult | catastrophic event | categories of data | causeway | causeway launching area | caveat | C-day | cease fire | cease fire line | ceiling | celestial guidance | celestial sphere | cell | cell system | censorship | center | center of burst | center of gravity | centigray | central control officer | centralized control | centralized receiving and shipping point | centrally managed item | central procurement | chaff | chain | chain of command | Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff instruction | Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff manual | Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff memorandum of policy | Chairman's program assessment | Chairman's program recommendations | chalk commander | chalk number | chalk troops | challenge | chancery | change detection | channel airlift | characteristic actuation probability | characteristic actuation width | characteristic detection probability | characteristic detection width | charged demolition target | chart base | chart index | chart location of the battery | chart series | chart sheet | check firing | checkout | checkpoint | check sweeping | chemical agent | chemical agent cumulative action | chemical ammunition | chemical ammunition cargo | chemical, biological, and radiological operation | chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense | chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive hazards | chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives consequence management | chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosives incident | chemical contamination | chemical defense | chemical dose | chemical environment | chemical horn | chemical monitoring | chemical operation | chemical survey | chemical warfare | chemical weapon | chief Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps censor | chief of mission | chief of staff | chronic radiation dose | chuffing | cipher | circular error probable | civic action | civil administration | civil affairs | civil affairs activities | civil affairs agreement | civil augmentation program | civil authorities | civil censorship | civil damage assessment | civil defense | civil defense emergency | civil defense intelligence | civil disturbance | civil disturbance readiness conditions | civil emergency | civilian internee | civilian internee camp | civil-military medicine | civil-military operations | civil-military operations center | civil nuclear power | civil requirements | civil reserve air fleet | civil support | civil transportation | clandestine operation | classes of supply | classification | classification of bridges and vehicles | classified contract | classified information | classified matter | clean aircraft | cleansing station | clear | clearance capacity | clearance rate | clearing operation | clock code position | close air support | close-controlled air interception | closed area | close support | close support area | closure | closure minefield | closure shortfall | cloud amount | cloud chamber effect | cloud top height | cluster bomb unit | clutter | coalition | coalition action | coarse mine | coassembly | coastal convoy | coastal frontier | | coastal sea control | code | code word | cold war | collaborative purchase | collapse depth | collate | collateral damage | collection | collection (acquisition) | collection agency | collection asset | collection coordination facility line number | collection management | collection management authority | collection manager | collection operations management | collection plan | collection planning | collection point | collection requirement | collection requirements management | collection resource | collective call sign | collective nuclear, biological, and chemical protection | collective self-defense | collocation | colored beach | column formation | column gap | column length | combat air patrol | combat airspace control | combat and operational stress | combat and operational stress control | combatant command | combatant command chaplain | combatant command (command authority) | combatant commander | combatant commander's required date | combat area | combat assessment | combat camera | combat cargo officer | combat chart | combat control team | combat engineering | combat forces | combat identification | combat information | combat information center | combating terrorism | combat intelligence | combat loading | combat power | combat readiness | combat search and rescue | combat search and rescue task force | combat service support | combat service support area | combat service support element | combat service support elements | combat support | combat support agency | combat support elements | combat support troops | combat surveillance | combat surveillance radar | combat survival | combat vehicle | combat visual information support center | combat zone | combination influence mine | combination mission/level of effort-oriented items | combined | combined airspeed indicator | combined arms team | combined force | combined influence mine | combined joint special operations task force | combined operation | combustor | command | command and control | command and control system | command assessment element | command axis | command center | command channel | command chaplain | command controlled stocks | command destruct signal | command detonated mine | command ejection system | command element | commander, amphibious task force | commander, landing force | commander's concept | commander's critical information requirement | commander's estimate | commander's estimate of the situation | commander's intent | command guidance | command information | commanding officer of troops | command net | command post | command post exercise | command relationships | command select ejection system | command-sponsored dependent | commercial items | commercial loading | commercial vehicle | commission | commit | commodity loading | commodity manager | commonality | common control (artillery) | common infrastructure | common item | common operating environment | common operational picture | common servicing | common supplies | common tactical picture | common use | common use alternatives | common-use container | common-user airlift service | common-user item | common-user logistics | common-user military land transportation | common-user network | common-user ocean terminals | common-user sealift | common-user transportation | communicate | communication deception | communication operation instructions | communications center | communications intelligence | communications intelligence database | communications mark | communications net | communications network | communications satellite | communications security | communications security equipment | communications security material | communications security monitoring | communications system | communications terminal | communications zone | community relations | community relations program | comparative cover | compartmentation | compass rose | complaint-type investigation | completeness | complete round | complex contingency operations | component | component (materiel) | component-owned container | composite air photography | composite warfare commander | composite wing | compression chamber | compromise | compromised | computed air release point | computer intrusion | computer intrusion detection | computer modeling | computer network attack | computer network defense | computer network exploitation | computer network operations | computer security | computer simulation | concealment | concentration area | concept of intelligence operations | concept of logistic support | concept of operations | concept plan | condensation cloud | condensation trail | condition | conducting staff | configuration management | confirmation of information (intelligence) | conflict | conflict prevention | confusion agent | confusion reflector | connecting route | connectivity | consecutive voyage charter | consequence management | console | consolidated vehicle table | consolidation | consolidation of position | constellation | constitute | constraint | consumable supplies and materiel | consumer | consumer logistics | consumption rate | contact | contact burst preclusion | contact mine | contact point | contact print | contact procedure | contact reconnaissance | contact report | contain | container | container anchorage terminal | container control officer | container-handling equipment | containerization | containership | containership cargo stowage adapter | contaminate | contaminated remains | contamination | contamination control | contiguous zone | continental United States | contingency | contingency contracting | contingency contractor personnel | contingency engineering management organization | contingency operation | contingency planning | contingency planning facilities list program | Contingency Planning Guidance | contingency response program | contingency retention stock | contingency ZIP Code | contingent effects | continuity of command | continuity of operations | continuous fire | continuous illumination fire | continuous strip camera | continuous strip imagery | contour flight | contour interval | contour line | contracted logistic support | contracting officer | contract maintenance | | contract termination | control | control area | control group | control (intelligence) | controllable mine | controlled airspace | controlled dangerous air cargo | controlled effects nuclear weapons | controlled exercise | controlled firing area | controlled forces | controlled information | controlled item | controlled map | controlled mosaic | controlled passing | controlled port | controlled reprisal | controlled response | controlled route | controlled shipping | controlled substance | controlled war | control of electromagnetic radiation | control point | control zone | conventional forces | conventional mines | conventional weapon | converge | converged sheaf | convergence | convergence factor | convergence zone | conversion angle | conversion scale | convoy | convoy commodore | convoy dispersal point | convoy escort | convoy joiner | convoy leaver | convoy loading | convoy route | convoy schedule | convoy speed | convoy terminal area | convoy through escort | convoy title | cooperating agency | cooperative logistics | cooperative logistic support arrangements | cooperative security location | coordinated draft plan | coordinated fire line | coordinated procurement assignee | Coordinated Universal Time | coordinates | coordinating agency | coordinating altitude | coordinating authority | coordinating point | coproduction | copy negative | corner reflector | corps support command | corps troops | correlation factor | cost contract | cost-plus a fixed-fee contract | cost sharing contract | counterair | counterattack | counterbattery fire | counterdeception | counterdrug | counterdrug activities | counterdrug nonoperational support | counterdrug operational support | counterdrug operations | counterespionage | counterfire | counterforce | counterguerrilla warfare | counterinsurgency | counterintelligence | counterintelligence activities | counterintelligence collection | counterintelligence investigation | counterintelligence operational tasking authority | counterintelligence operations | counterintelligence production | counterintelligence support | countermeasures | countermine | countermine operation | countermobility operations | countermove | counternarcotics | counteroffensive | counterpreparation fire | counterproliferation | counterpropaganda operations | counterreconnaissance | countersabotage | countersign | countersubversion | countersurveillance | counterterrorism | country cover diagram | country team | coup de main | courier | course | course of action | cover | coverage | covering fire | covering force | covering force area | cover (military) | cover search | covert operation | coxswain | crash locator beacon | crash position indicator | crash rescue and fire suppression | crater | crater depth | cratering charge | crater radius | creeping barrage | creeping mine | crest | crested | crisis | crisis action planning | crisis management | critical asset | critical asset list | critical capability | critical information | critical infrastructure protection | critical intelligence | critical item | critical item list | criticality assessment | critical joint duty assignment billet | critical mass | critical node | critical occupational specialty | critical point | critical requirement | critical safety item | critical speed | critical supplies and materiel | critical sustainability item | critical vulnerability | critic report | crossing area | cross-leveling | cross-loading (personnel) | cross-servicing | cross-targeting (nuclear) | cross tell | cruise missile | cruising altitude | cruising level | crush depth | cryogenic liquid | cryptanalysis | cryptochannel | cryptographic information | cryptologic | cryptology | cryptomaterial | cryptopart | cryptosecurity | cryptosystem | culminating point | cultivation | culture | curb weight | current | current force | current intelligence | current, offshore | current, rip | curve of pursuit | cusps | custodian of postal effects | custody | customer ship | customer wait time | Customs Over-The-Horizon Enforcement Network | cut-off | cutoff attack | cutout | cutter | cutting charge


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daily intelligence summary | daily movement summary (shipping) | damage area | damage assessment | damage control | damage criteria | damage estimation | damage expectancy (nuclear) | damage radius | damage threat | danger area | danger close | dangerous cargo | danger space | data | database | data block | data code | data element | data item | data link | data link coordination net | data mile | date line | date-time group | datum | datum (antisubmarine warfare) | datum error (antisubmarine warfare) | datum (geodetic) | datum level | datum point | datum time (antisubmarine warfare) | davit | day of supply | dazzle | D-day | D-day consumption/production differential assets | D-day materiel readiness gross capability | D-day pipeline assets | deadline | dead mine | dead space | de-arming | debarkation | debarkation net | debarkation schedule | deceased | decentralized control | decentralized execution | decentralized items | deception | deception action | deception concept | deception course of action | deception event | deception means | deception story | deception target | decision | decision altitude | decision height | decision point | decision support template | decisive engagement | decisive point | deck alert | declared speed | declassification | declassify | declination | decompression | decompression chamber | decompression sickness | decontamination | decontamination station | decoy | decoy ship | decrypt | deep fording capability | deep minefield | de facto boundary | defended asset list | defense area | Defense Business Operations Fund | defense classification | Defense Communications System | defense coordinating element | defense coordinating officer | defense critical infrastructure | defense emergency | defense in depth | defense industrial base | defense information infrastructure | Defense Information Systems Network | defense message system | Defense Meteorological Satellite Program | Defense Planning Guidance | defense readiness condition | Defense Satellite Communications System | defense support of civil authorities | Defense Support Program | defense support to public diplomacy | Defense Switched Network | Defense Transportation System | defensive coastal area | defensive counterair | defensive minefield | defensive sea area | defensive zone | defilade | definitive care | defoliant operation | defoliating agent | degree of risk | de jure boundary | delayed entry program | delaying action | delaying operation | delay release sinker | delegation of authority | deliberate attack | deliberate breaching | deliberate crossing | deliberate defense | delivering ship | delivery error | delivery forecasts | delivery requirements | demilitarized zone | demobilization | demolition belt | demolition chamber | demolition firing party | demolition guard | demolition kit | demolition target | demolition tool kit | demonstration | denial measure | denied area | density altitude | departmental intelligence | Department of Defense civilian | Department of Defense components | Department of Defense construction agent | Department of Defense container system | Department of Defense Intelligence Information System | Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Enterprise | Department of Defense intelligence production | Department of Defense internal audit organizations | Department of Defense support to counterdrug operations | Department of the Air Force | Department of the Army | Department of the Navy | departure airfield | departure area | departure end | departure point | dependents/immediate family | depot | depot maintenance | depth | depth contour | depth curve | descriptive name | designated planning agent | design basis threat | desired appreciation | desired effects | desired mean point of impact | desired perception | desired point of impact | destroyed | destruction | destruction fire | destruction fire mission | destruction radius | detachment | detailed photographic report | detained | detainee | detainee collecting point | detainee processing station | detecting circuit | detection | deterioration limit | deterrence | deterrent options | detonating cord | detonator | developmental assistance | deviation | diaphragm stop | diapositive | died of wounds received in action | differential ballistic wind | diffraction loading | dip | diplomatic and/or consular facility | diplomatic authorization | dip needle circuit | direct action | direct action fuze | direct air support center | direct air support center (airborne) | directed energy | directed-energy device | directed-energy protective measures | directed-energy warfare | directed-energy weapon | direct exchange | direct fire | direct illumination | directing staff | direction | directional gyro indicator | direction finding | direction of attack | directive | directive authority for logistics | direct laying | direct liaison authorized | director of mobility forces | direct support | direct support artillery | direct supporting fire | direct vendor delivery | disabling fire | disaffected person | disarmament | disarmed mine | discriminating circuit | disease and nonbattle injury | disease and nonbattle injury casualty | disembarkation schedule | disengagement | dislocated civilian | dispatch route | dispenser | dispersal | dispersal airfield | dispersed movement pattern | dispersed site | dispersion | dispersion error | dispersion pattern | displaced person | display | disposition | disruptive pattern | dissemination and integration | distance | distant retirement area | distant support area | distressed person | distributed fire | distribution | distribution manager | distribution pipeline | distribution plan | distribution point | distribution system | ditching | diversion | diversion airfield | diversionary attack | diversionary landing | divert field | diving chamber | division | division artillery | doctrinal template | doctrine | dome | domestic air traffic | domestic emergencies | domestic intelligence | dominant user | dominant user concept | doppler effect | doppler radar | dormant | dose rate contour line | dosimetry | double agent | double flow route | downgrade | downloading | down lock | draft | draft plan | drag | drag loading | drift | drift angle | drill mine | drone | droop stop | drop altitude | drop height | dropmaster | drop message | drop zone | drug interdiction | dry deck shelter | D-to-P assets required on D-day | D-to-P concept | D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement | dual agent | dual-capable aircraft | dual-capable forces | dual capable unit | dual-firing circuit | dual (multi)-capable weapons | dual (multi)-purpose weapons | dual-purpose weapon | dual-role tanker | dud | dud probability | due in | dummy | dummy message | dummy minefield | dummy run | dump | duplicate negative | durable materiel | duty status - whereabouts unknown | dwarf dud | dwell time | dynamic targeting | dynamic threat assessment


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earliest anticipated launch time | earliest arrival date | Early Spring | early time | early warning | earmarking of stocks | earthing | echelon | echeloned displacement | economic action | economic order quantity | economic potential | economic potential for war | economic retention stock | economic warfare | effect | effective damage | effective US controlled ships | ejection | ejection systems | electrode sweep | electro-explosive device | electromagnetic compatibility | electromagnetic deception | electromagnetic environment | electromagnetic environmental effects | electromagnetic hardening | electromagnetic interference | electromagnetic intrusion | electromagnetic jamming | electromagnetic pulse | electromagnetic radiation | electromagnetic radiation hazards | electromagnetic spectrum | electromagnetic spectrum management | electromagnetic vulnerability | electronic attack | electronic imagery dissemination | electronic intelligence | electronic line of sight | electronic masking | electronic probing | electronic protection | electronic reconnaissance | electronics security | electronic warfare | electronic warfare frequency deconfliction | electronic warfare reprogramming | electronic warfare support | electro-optical-infrared countermeasure | electro-optical intelligence | electro-optics | element | element set | elevated causeway system | elevation | elevation tint | elicitation (intelligence) | eligible traffic | embarkation | embarkation and tonnage table | embarkation area | embarkation element (unit) (group) | embarkation officer | embarkation order | embarkation organization | embarkation phase | embarkation plans | embarkation team | emergency action committee | emergency anchorage | emergency barrier | emergency-essential employee | emergency interment | emergency locator beacon | emergency operations center | emergency preparedness | emergency preparedness liaison officer | emergency priority | emergency relocation site | emergency repair | emergency resupply | emergency risk (nuclear) | emergency substitute | emergency support functions | emission control | emission control orders | emission security | emplacement | employment | enabling force | enabling mine countermeasures | encipher | end evening civil twilight | end item | end of evening nautical twilight | end of mission | end state | endurance | endurance distance | endurance loading | enemy capabilities | enemy combatant | engage | engagement | engineer support plan | enlisted terminal attack controller | en route care | envelopment | environmental baseline survey | environmental cleanup | environmental considerations | environmental services | environmental stewardship | EO-IR CM | equipment | equipment operationally ready | escalation | escapee | escape line | escort | escort forces | espionage | espionage against the United States | essential care | essential chemicals | essential communications traffic | essential elements of friendly information | essential elements of information | essential industry | essential secrecy | essential task | establishment | estimate | estimative intelligence | evacuation | evacuation control ship | evacuation convoy | evacuation of dangerously exposed waters | evacuation of port equipment | evacuee | evader | evaluation | evaluation and feedback | evasion | evasion aid | evasion and escape | evasion chart | evasion plan of action | event matrix | event template | exaggerated stereoscopy | exceptional transport | excess property | exclusion zone | exclusive economic zone | execute order | executing commander (nuclear weapons) | execution planning | executive agent | exercise | exercise directing staff | exercise filled mine | exercise incident | exercise mine | exercise specifications | exercise sponsor | exercise study | exercise term | exfiltration | existence load | exoatmosphere | expedition | expeditionary force | expellee | expendable property | expendable supplies and materiel | exploder | exploitation | exploratory hunting | explosive filled mine | explosive hazard | explosive ordnance | explosive ordnance disposal | explosive ordnance disposal incident | explosive ordnance disposal procedures | explosive ordnance disposal unit | explosive train | exposure dose | exposure station | extended communications search | extent of a military exercise | extent of damage | external audience | external reinforcing force | external support contractors | | extraction zone


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463L system | fabricator | facility | facility substitutes | fairway | fallout | fallout contours | fallout pattern | fallout prediction | fallout safe height of burst | fallout wind vector plot | false origin | fan camera photography | fan cameras | fan marker beacon | farm gate type operations | feasibility | feasibility assessment | feasibility test | federal coordinating officer | federal modal agencies | Federal service | federal supply class management | federal transport agencies | feint | fender | ferret | F-hour | field army | field artillery | field artillery observer | field exercise | field fortifications | field headquarters | field of fire | field of view | field of vision | field press censorship | field training exercise | fighter cover | fighter engagement zone | fighter escort | fighter sweep | fighting load | filler | filler personnel | film badge | filter | final approach | final bearing | final destination | final disposal procedures | final governing standards | final plan | final protective fire | finance operations | financial management | financial property accounting | fire | fire barrage (specify) | fire capabilities chart | fire control | fire control radar | fire control system | fire coordination | fire direction center | fire for effect | fire message | fire mission | fire plan | firepower | fires | fire storm | fire support | fire support area | fire support coordination | fire support coordination center | fire support coordination line | fire support coordination measure | fire support element | fire support group | fire support officer | fire support station | fire support team | firing area | firing chart | firing circuit | firing mechanism | firing point | firing system | first light | first responder care | first responders | first strike | fission products | fission to yield ratio | fitted mine | fix | fixed ammunition | fixed capital property | fixed medical treatment facility | fixed port | fixed price incentive contract | fixed price type contract | fixed station patrol | fixer system | flag days (red or green) | flag officer | flame field expedients | flame thrower | flammable cargo | flank guard | flanking attack | flare | flare dud | flash blindness | flash burn | flash message | flash ranging | flash report | flash suppressor | flash-to-bang time | flatrack | flatted cargo | fleet | fleet ballistic missile submarine | fleet in being | Fleet Marine Force | flexible deterrent option | flexible response | flight | flight advisory | flight deck | flight following | flight information center | flight information region | flight information service | flight levels | flight path | flight plan | flight plan correlation | flight profile | flight quarters | flight readiness firing | flight surgeon | flight test | flight visibility | floating base support | floating craft company | floating dump | floating mine | floating reserve | flooder | flotation | fly-in echelon | foam path | follow-up | follow-up echelon | follow-up shipping | follow-up supplies | footprint | force | force activity designators | force beddown | force closure | force enablement | force extension | force health protection | force list | force module | force module package | force multiplier | force planning | force projection | force protection | force protection condition | force protection working group | force rendezvous | force requirement number | force(s) | force sequencing | force shortfall | forces in being | force sourcing | force structure | force tabs | force tracking | force visibility | forcible entry | fordability | foreign assistance | foreign consequence management | foreign humanitarian assistance | foreign instrumentation signals intelligence | foreign intelligence | foreign internal defense | foreign military sales | foreign military sales trainees | foreign national | foreign nation support | foreign object damage | foreign service national | foreshore | format | formation | formatted message text | formerly restricted data | form lines | forward aeromedical evacuation | forward air controller | forward air controller (airborne) | forward area | forward arming and refueling point | forward aviation combat engineering | forward edge of the battle area | forward line of own troops | forward logistic site | forward-looking infrared | forward oblique air photograph | forward observer | forward operating base | forward operating site | forward operating location | forward operations base | forward recovery mission profile | forward resuscitative care | forward slope | forward tell | foundation data | four-round illumination diamond | FPCON ALPHA | FPCON BRAVO | FPCON CHARLIE | FPCON DELTA | | frame | free air anomaly | free air overpressure | freedom of navigation operations | free drop | free fall | free field overpressure | free-fire area | free form message text | free issue | free mail | free mine | free play exercise | free rocket | freight consolidating activity | freight distributing activity | frequency deconfliction | frequency management | friendly | friendly fire | friendly force information requirement | front | frontal attack | frustrated cargo | full charge | full mission-capable | full mobilization | full-spectrum superiority | functional component command | functional damage assessment | functional kill | functions | fusion | fuze cavity


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| gap | gap filler radar | gap (imagery) | gap marker | garble | garnishing | gear | general agency agreement | general air cargo | general and complete disarmament | general cargo | general engineering | general map | general military intelligence | general orders | general purchasing agents | general quarters | general staff | general stopping power | general support | general support artillery | general support-reinforcing | general unloading period | general war | generation (photography) | geographic coordinates | geographic reference points | georef | geospatial engineering | geospatial information | geospatial information and services | geospatial intelligence | geospatial-ntelligence contingency package | glide bomb | glide mode | Global Air Transportation Execution System | Global Combat Support System | Global Command and Control System | Global Decision Support System | global distribution | global distribution of materiel | Global Information Grid | global information infrastructure | Global Network Operations Center | Global Patient Movement Requirements Center | global positioning system | global transportation management | Global Transportation Network | go no-go | governing factors | government-owned, contract-operated ships | government-owned, Military Sealift Command-operated ships | gradient | gradient circuit | grand strategy | graphic | graphic scale | grapnel | graticule | graticule ticks | graves registration program | gravity extraction | grazing fire | Greenwich Mean Time | grey propaganda | grid | grid bearing | grid convergence | grid convergence factor | grid coordinates | grid coordinate system | grid interval | grid magnetic angle | grid navigation | grid north | grid ticks | grid variation | grivation | grossly transportation feasible | gross weight | ground alert | ground combat element | ground control | ground-controlled approach procedure | ground-controlled interception | ground fire | ground liaison officer | ground mine | ground observer center | ground return | ground speed | ground visibility | group | group of targets | group rendezvous | guard | guarded frequencies | guerrilla | guerrilla force | guerrilla warfare | guidance station equipment | guided missile | guide specification | guinea-pig | gull | gun | gun carriage | gun-target line | gun-type weapon | gyromagnetic compass


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half-life | half-residence time | half thickness | handling (ordnance) | handover | handover/crossover | handover line | hang fire | | harbor | harbor defense | hard beach | hardened site | hard missile base | hardstand | hardware | harmonization | hasty attack | hasty breaching | hasty breaching (land mine warfare) | hasty crossing | hasty defense | hatch | hatch list | havens (moving) | hazard | hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance | heading hold mode | heading indicator | heading select feature | head-up display | health care provider | health hazard assessment | health service logistic support | health service support | health surveillance | health threat | heavy antitank weapon | heavy artillery | heavy drop | heavy-lift cargo | heavy-lift ship | height delay | height hole | height of burst | helicopter assault force | helicopter control station | helicopter direction center | helicopter drop point | helicopter landing site | helicopter landing zone | helicopter lane | helicopter retirement route | helicopter support team | helicopter transport area | helicopter wave | helipad | heliport | herbicide | HERO SAFE ordnance | HERO SUSCEPTIBLE ordnance | HERO UNSAFE ordnance | Hertz-Horn | H-hour | high airburst | high altitude bombing | high altitude burst | | high-altitude missile engagement zone | high angle | high angle fire | high-density airspace control zone | high explosive cargo | high oblique | high-payoff target | high-payoff target list | high-risk personnel | high value airborne asset protection | high value asset control items | high-value target | high-water mark | hill shading | hinterland, far | hinterland, near | hi-value asset control item | hoist | hold | holding anchorage | holding attack | holding point | holding position | hollow charge | homeland | homeland defense | homeland security | home recovery mission profile | home station | horizon | horizontal action mine | horizontal error | horizontal loading | horizontal situation display | horizontal situation indicator | horizontal stowage | horn | hospital | hostage | hostage rescue | host country | hostile | hostile act | hostile casualty | hostile environment | hostile force | hostile intent | hostile track | host nation | host-nation support | host-nation support agreement | hot photo interpretation report | hot pursuit | hot spot | hovering | hovering ceiling | howitzer | hub | hub and spoke distribution | human factors | human intelligence | humanitarian and civic assistance | humanitarian assistance coordination center | humanitarian demining | humanitarian mine action | humanitarian operations center | human resources intelligence | hung weapons | hunter track | hydrogen bomb | hydrographic chart | hydrographic reconnaissance | hydrography | hyperbaric chamber | hyperbolic navigation system | hypergolic fuel | hypersonic | hyperspectral imagery | hyperstereoscopy | hypobaric chamber | hypsometric tinting


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identification | identification, friend or foe | identification friend or foe personal identifier | identification, friend or foe/selective identification feature procedures | identification maneuver | igloo space | ignition system | image format | image motion compensation | imagery | imagery collateral | imagery correlation | imagery data recording | imagery exploitation | imagery intelligence | imagery interpretation | imagery interpretation key | imagery pack | imitative communications deception | imitative electromagnetic deception | immediate airlift requests | immediate air support | immediate decontamination | immediate destination | immediately vital cargo | immediate message | immediate mission request | immediate nuclear support | immediate operational readiness | immediate response | impact action fuze | impact area | impact pressure | implementation | implied task | implosion weapon | imprest fund | imprest funds | imprint | improved conventional munitions | improvised early resupply | improvised explosive device | improvised mine | improvised nuclear device | inactive aircraft inventory | inactive duty training | | inactive status | inbound traffic | incapacitating agent | incapacitating illness or injury | incentive type contract | incident | incident classification | incident command post | incident command system | incident management | incident of national significance | incidents | inclination angle | in-company | incremental costs | indefinite call sign | indefinite delivery type contract | independent | independent ejection system | independent mine | independent review | indicated airspeed | indications | indications and warning | indicator | indirect fire | indirect laying | individual equipment | individual mobilization augmentee | individual mobilization augmentee detachment | individual protection | individual protective equipment | Individual Ready Reserve | individual reserves | individual self-defense | individual sponsored dependent | induced environment | induced radiation | induction circuit | industrial chemicals | industrial mobilization | industrial preparedness | industrial preparedness program | industrial property | industrial readiness | inert filling | inertial guidance | inertial navigation system | inert mine | in extremis | infiltration | inflammable cargo | inflight phase | inflight report | influence field | influence mine | influence release sinker | influence sweep | information | information assurance | information-based processes | information box | information environment | information management | information operations | information report | information requirements | information resources | information security | information superiority | information system | infrared film | infrared imagery | infrared linescan system | infrared photography | infrared pointer | infrared radiation | infrastructure | initial active duty for training | initial approach | initial approach area | initial assessment | initial contact report | initial draft plan | initial early resupply | initial entry into Military Service | initial issues | initial operational capability | initial path sweeping | initial photo interpretation report | initial point | initial programmed interpretation report | initial provisioning | initial radiation | initial reception point | initial reserves | initial response force | initial unloading period | initiating directive | initiation of procurement action | injury | inland petroleum distribution system | inland search and rescue region | inner transport area | innocent passage | in-place force | inshore patrol | inspection | installation | installation commander | installation complex | instructional mine | instrument approach procedure | instrument flight | instrument landing system | instrument meteorological conditions | instruments of national power | in support | in support of | insurgency | insurgent | Integrated Consumable Item Support | integrated fire control system | integrated logistics support | integrated materiel management | integrated planning | integrated priority list | integrated staff | integrated tactical warning | integrated warfare | integration | intelligence | intelligence annex | intelligence collection plan | intelligence community | intelligence contingency funds | intelligence database | intelligence data handling systems | intelligence discipline | intelligence estimate | intelligence federation | intelligence gathering | intelligence information report | intelligence interrogation | intelligence journal | intelligence operations | intelligence preparation of the battlespace | intelligence process | intelligence-related activities | intelligence report | intelligence reporting | intelligence requirement | intelligence source | intelligence subject code | intelligence summary | intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance | intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance visualization | intelligence system | intensity factor | intensity mine circuit | intensive management | intention | interagency | interagency coordination | interceptor | intercept point | intercept receiver | inter-chart relationship diagram | interconnection | intercount dormant period | interdepartmental intelligence | interdepartmental or agency support | interdiction | interface | intergovernmental organization | interim financing | interim overhaul | inter-look dormant period | intermediate approach | Intermediate Force Planning Level | intermediate maintenance (field) | intermediate marker (land mine warfare) | intermediate-range bomber aircraft | intermediate staging base | intermittent arming device | intermittent illumination | intermodal | intermodal support equipment | intermodal systems | internal audience | internal defense and development | internal information | internally displaced person | internal radiation | internal security | internal waters | international arms control organization | International Atomic Time | international call sign | International Convention for Safe Containers | international cooperative logistics | international date line | international identification code | international loading gauge (GIC) | international logistics | international logistic support | international military education and training | international narcotics activities | International Organization for Standardization | interned | interocular distance | interoperability | interoperation | interpretability | interpretation | interrogation (intelligence) | inter-Service education | inter-Service, intragovernmental agreements | inter-Service support | inter-Service training | intertheater | intertheater airlift | intertheater patient movement | intertheater traffic | interval | intervention | interview (intelligence) | intracoastal sealift | intransit aeromedical evacuation facility | intransit inventory | intransit stock | in-transit visibility | intratheater | intratheater airlift | intratheater patient movement | intratheater traffic | intruder | intrusion | invasion currency | inventory control | inventory control point | inventory management | inventory managers | investment costs | ionosphere | IR pointer | irregular forces | irregular outer edge | irregular warfare | isodose rate line | isolated personnel | isolated personnel report | issue control group | issue priority designator | item manager


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J-2X | jamming | j-axis | jet advisory service | jet propulsion | jet stream | jettison | jettisoned mines | joiner | joiner convoy | joiner section | joint | joint after action report | joint air attack team | joint airborne advance party | joint airborne training | joint air operations | joint air operations center | joint air operations plan | joint amphibious operation | joint amphibious task force | joint base | joint captured materiel exploitation center | joint civil-military operations task force | joint combined exchange training | joint communications network | joint concept | joint decision support tools | joint desired point of impact | joint doctrine | Joint Doctrine Planning Conference | joint document exploitation center | joint duty assignment | Joint Duty Assignment List | joint engagement zone | Joint Facilities Utilization Board | joint field office | joint fires | joint fires element | joint fire support | joint flow and analysis system for transportation | joint force | joint force air component commander | joint force commander | joint force land component commander | joint force maritime component commander | joint force meteorological and oceanographic officer | joint force special operations component commander | joint force surgeon | joint functions | joint guidance, apportionment, and targeting team | joint information bureau | joint information system | joint integrated prioritized target list | joint intelligence | joint intelligence architecture | joint intelligence liaison element | joint intelligence operations center | joint intelligence preparation of the battlespace | joint intelligence support element | joint interagency coordination group | joint interface control officer | joint interrogation and debriefing center | joint interrogation operations | joint line of communications security board | joint logistics | Joint Logistics Operations Center | joint logistics over-the-shore commander | joint logistics over-the-shore operations | joint manpower program | Joint Materiel Priorities and Allocation Board | joint meteorological and oceanographic forecast unit | joint mission-essential task | Joint Mobility Control Group | joint mortuary affairs office | joint movement center | Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual-Special Operations | joint network operations control center | joint nuclear accident coordinating center | joint operation planning | Joint Operation Planning and Execution System | joint operation planning process | joint operations | joint operations area | joint operations center | joint patient movement requirements center | joint patient movement team | joint personnel recovery center | joint personnel recovery support product | joint personnel training and tracking activity | joint planning and execution community | joint planning group | joint psychological operations task force | joint publication | joint readiness | joint reception center | joint reception complex | joint reception coordination center | joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration | joint restricted frequency list | joint security area | joint security coordination center | joint security coordinator | joint servicing | joint special operations air component commander | joint special operations area | joint special operations task force | joint specialty officer or joint specialist | joint staff | Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan | joint strategic exploitation center | Joint Strategic Planning System | joint suppression of enemy air defenses | joint table of allowances | joint table of distribution | Joint Tactical Air Reconnaissance/Surveillance Mission Report | joint targeting coordination board | joint targeting steering group | joint target list | joint task force | Joint Task Force-Civil Support | joint task force counterintelligence coordinating authority | joint technical augmentation cell | Joint Technical Coordinating Group for Munitions Effectiveness | joint terminal attack controller | joint test publication | joint total asset visibility | Joint Transportation Board | joint urban operations | joint warfighting capabilities assessment | Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System | joint zone (air, land, or sea) | join up | JSOU | judge advocate | jumpmaster | jump speed


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K-day | key employee | key facilities list | key point | key position | keystone publications | key terrain | kill box | killed in action | killing zone | kill probability | kiloton weapon | kite


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land control operations | land forces | landing aid | landing approach | landing area | landing attack | landing beach | landing craft | landing craft and amphibious vehicle assignment table | landing craft availability table | landing diagram | landing force | landing force supplies | landing force support party | landing group | landing group commander | landing mat | landing plan | landing point | landing roll | landing schedule | landing sequence table | landing ship | landing ship dock | landing signal officer | landing site | landing threshold | landing zone | landing zone control | landing zone control party | landmark | land mine warfare | land search | lane marker | lap | lap course | lap track | lap turn | lap width | large-lot storage | large-scale map | large spread | laser | laser footprint | laser guidance unit | laser guided weapon | laser illuminator | laser intelligence | laser linescan system | laser pulse duration | laser rangefinder | laser seeker | laser spot | laser spot tracker | laser target designating system | laser target designator | laser-target/gun-target angle | laser-target line | laser target marker | laser target marking system | lashing | lashing point | late | lateral gain | lateral route | lateral spread | lateral tell | latest arrival date | late time | latitude band | lattice | launch pad | launch time | launch under attack | launch window | laundering | law enforcement agency | law of armed conflict | law of war | lay | laydown bombing | layer depth | lay leader | lay reference number | lead agency | lead agent | lead aircraft | lead federal agency | lead mobility wing | lead nation | lead Service or agency for common-user logistics | leapfrog | leaver | leaver convoy | leaver section | left (or right) | left (right) bank | letter of assist | letter of offer and acceptance | level of detail | level-of-effort munitions | level of effort-oriented items | level of supply | leverage | L-hour | liaison | liberated territory | licensed production | life cycle | lifeguard submarine | life support equipment | light artillery | light damage | lightening | lighterage | light filter | light line | lightweight amphibious container handler | limited production-type item | limited standard item | limited war | limiting factor | limit of fire | linear scale | line of communications | line of demarcation | line of departure | line of operations | line overlap | line-route map | line search | link | link element | link encryption | link-lift vehicle | link-route segments | liquid explosive | liquid propellant | listening watch | litter | litter patient | load | load control group | loading | loading chart (aircraft) | loading (ordnance) | loading plan | loading point | loading site | loading time | loadmaster | load signal | load spreader | localizer | local mean time | local procurement | local purchase | lock on | lodgment | lodgment area | loft bombing | logistic assessment | logistic estimate of the situation | logistic implications test | logistic marking and reading symbology | logistic routes | logistics | logistic sourcing | logistics over-the-shore operation area | logistics over-the-shore operations | logistic support | logistic support (medical) | long-range bomber aircraft | long-range transport aircraft | look | loran | lot | low airburst | low-altitude missile engagement zone | low angle | low angle fire | low angle loft bombing | low dollar value item | low level flight | low level transit route | low oblique | low visibility operations


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mach number | magnetic bearing | magnetic circuit | magnetic compass | magnetic declination | magnetic equator | magnetic mine | magnetic minehunting | magnetic north | magnetic tape | magnetic variation | mail embargo | main airfield | main armament | main attack | main battle area | main convoy | main deck | main detonating line | main line of resistance | main operating base | main operations base | main supply route | maintenance area | maintenance engineering | maintenance (materiel) | maintenance status | major combat element | major fleet | major force | major nuclear power | major operation | major weapon system | make safe | management and control system (mobility) | maneuver | maneuverable reentry vehicle | manifest | manipulative electromagnetic deception | man portable | manpower | manpower management | manpower management survey | manpower requirements | manpower resources | man space | man transportable | map | map chart | map convergence | map exercise | map index | mapping camera | map reference | map reference code | map series | map sheet | margin | marginal data | marginal information | marginal weather | Marine air command and control system | Marine air-ground task force | Marine base | Marine Corps special operations forces | Marine division and wing team | marine environment | Marine expeditionary brigade | Marine expeditionary force | Marine expeditionary force (forward) | Marine expeditionary unit | Marine expeditionary unit (special operations capable) | Marine Logistics Command | Maritime Administration Ready Reserve Force | maritime control area | maritime defense sector | maritime domain | maritime domain awareness | maritime forces | maritime interception operations | maritime power projection | maritime pre-positioning force operation | maritime pre-positioning ships | maritime search and rescue region | maritime special purpose force | maritime superiority | maritime supremacy | marker | marker ship | marking | marking error | marking fire | marking panel | married failure | marshal | marshalling | marshalling area | mass | mass casualty | massed fire | master | master air attack plan | master film | master plot | materials handling | materials handling equipment | materiel | materiel cognizance | materiel control | materiel management | materiel pipeline | materiel planning | materiel readiness | materiel release confirmation | materiel release order | materiel requirements | maximum effective range | maximum elevation figure | maximum enlisted amount | maximum landing weight | maximum operating depth | maximum ordinate | maximum permissible concentration | maximum permissible dose | maximum range | maximum sustained speed | maximum take-off weight | M-day | M-day force materiel requirement | meaconing | mean lethal dose | mean line of advance | mean point of burst | mean point of impact | mean sea level | means of transport | measured mile | measurement and signature intelligence | Measurement and Signature Intelligence Requirements System | measurement ton | measure of effectiveness | measure of performance | mechanical sweep | median incapacitating dose | media pool | medical civil-military operations | medical contingency file | medical evacuees | medical intelligence | medical intelligence preparation of the operational environment | medical officer | medical protocols | medical regulating | medical surveillance | medical treatment facility | medium-angle loft bombing | medium artillery | medium-lot storage | medium-range ballistic missile | medium-range bomber aircraft | medium-range transport aircraft | medium-scale map | meeting engagement | megaton weapon | mensuration | merchant convoy | merchant intelligence | merchant ship | merchant ship casualty report | merchant ship communications system | merchant ship control zone | merchant ship reporting and control message system | mercomms system | message | message center | message (telecommunications) | meteorological and oceanographic | Meteorological and Oceanographic Forecast Center | meteorological data | meteorology | microform | midcourse guidance | midcourse phase | migrant | militarily significant fallout | military assistance advisory group | Military Assistance Articles and Services List | military assistance for civil disturbances | Military Assistance Program | Military Assistance Program training | military assistance to civil authorities | military capability | military characteristics | military civic action | military construction | military container moved via ocean | military convoy | military currency | military damage assessment | military deception | Military Department | military designed vehicle | military education | military engagement | military geographic documentation | military geographic information | military geography | military government | military government ordinance | military governor | military grid | military grid reference system | military health system | 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military technician | military traffic | military training | military van (container) | MILSPEC container | MILVAN | MILVAN chassis | mine | mineable waters | mine clearance | mine-cluster | mine countermeasures | mined area | mine defense | mine disposal | minefield | minefield breaching | minefield density | minefield lane | minefield marking | minefield record | minefield report | minehunting | mine row | mine spotting | mine strip | minesweeping | mine warfare | mine warfare chart | mine warfare forces (naval) | mine warfare group | minewatching | mine weapons | minimize | minimum aircraft operating surface | minimum attack altitude | minimum crossing altitude | minimum essential equipment | minimum force | minimum nuclear safe distance | minimum nuclear warning time | minimum obstruction clearance altitude | minimum operating strip | minimum range | minimum reception altitude | minimum residual radioactivity weapon | minimum-risk route | minimum safe altitude | minor control | minor installation | minor port | misfire | missed approach | missile assembly-checkout facility | missile control system | missile defense | missile destruct | missile destruct system | missile guidance system | missile release line | missing | missing in action | mission | mission assignment | mission-capable | mission-essential materiel | mission needs statement | mission-oriented items | mission-oriented protective posture | mission-oriented protective posture gear | mission review report (photographic interpretation) | mission specific data sets | mission statement | mission type order | mixed | mixed bag | mixed minefield | mobile defense | mobile inshore undersea warfare unit | mobile mine | mobile security force | mobile support group (naval) | mobile training team | mobility | Mobility Air Forces | mobility analysis | mobility corridor | mobility echelon | mobility system support resources | mobilization | mobilization base | mobilization exercise | mobilization reserves | mobilization site | mobilization staff officer | mobilization station | mock-up | mode (identification, friend or foe) | mode of transport | modernization | Modernized Integrated Database | modified combined obstacle overlay | moment | monitoring | monitoring service | moored | moored mine | mopping up | mortar | mortuary affairs | mosaic | most capable Service or agency | motorized unit | mounting | mounting area | movement control | movement control center | movement control post | movement control team | movement credit | movement directive | movement group | movement order | movement phase | movement plan | movement report control center | movement report system | movement requirement | movement restriction | movement schedule | movement table | movement to contact | moving havens | moving map display | moving mine | moving submarine haven | moving surface ship haven | moving target indicator | multichannel | multi-modal | multinational | multinational doctrine | multinational exercise | multinational force | multinational force commander | multinational integrated logistic support | multinational integrated logistic support unit | multinational logistics | multinational logistic support arrangement | multinational operations | multinational staff | multinational warfare | multiple drill | multiple inactive duty training periods | multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle | multiple reentry vehicle | multiple unit training assemblies | multiple warning phenomenology | multiplexer | multi-point refueling system | multi-spectral imagery | multi-spot ship | munition | munitions effectiveness assessment | mutual support | muzzle brake | muzzle compensator


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named area of interest | napalm | nap-of-the-earth flight | narcoterrorism | National Air Mobility System | national capital region | national censorship | National Communications System | national critical infrastructure and key assets | national defense area | National Defense Reserve Fleet | national defense strategy | national emergency | National Incident Management System | national information infrastructure | national infrastructure | national intelligence | national intelligence estimate | national intelligence support team | national intelligence surveys | national interagency fire center | National Military Command System | national military strategy | national operations center | national policy | National Reconnaissance Office | national response coordination center | national security | National Security Agency/Central Security Service Representative | National Security Council | national security interests | national security strategy | national shipping authority | national special security event | National Stock Number | national support element | National System for Geospatial Intelligence | nation assistance | nautical chart | nautical mile | nautical plotting chart | naval advanced logistic support site | naval base | naval beach group | naval coastal warfare | naval coastal warfare commander | naval construction force | naval coordination and protection of shipping | naval coordination and protection of shipping officer | naval coordination and protection of shipping organization | naval expeditionary warfare | naval forward logistic site | naval gunfire operations center | naval gunfire spotting team | naval gunfire support | naval mobile environmental team | naval operation | naval or Marine (air) base | naval port control office | naval special warfare | naval special warfare forces | naval special warfare group | naval special warfare special operations component | naval special warfare task element | naval special warfare task group | naval special warfare task unit | naval special warfare unit | naval stores | naval support area | naval surface fire support | naval tactical data system | navigational grid | navigation head | navigation mode | Navy cargo handling battalion | Navy cargo handling force | Navy special operations component | Navy support element | Navy tactical air control center | Navy-unique fleet essential aircraft | N-day | near miss (aircraft) | near real time | neatlines | need to know | negation | negative phase of the shock wave | negative photo plane | negligible risk (nuclear) | nerve agent | net call sign | net, chain, cell system | net (communications) | net control station | net explosive weight | net inventory assets | net sweep | net weight | network operations | neutral | neutrality | neutralization | neutralization fire | neutralize | neutral state | neutron induced activity | news media representative | nickname | night effect | night vision device | night vision goggle(s) | node | no-fire area | no-fire line | nominal filter | nominal focal length | nominal scale | nominal weapon | nonair transportable | nonaligned state | nonalignment | nonappropriated funds | nonbattle injury | noncombatant evacuation operations | noncombatant evacuees | noncontiguous facility | nonconventional assisted recovery | nondeferrable issue demand | nonexpendable supplies and materiel | nonfixed medical treatment facility | nongovernmental organization | nonhostile casualty | nonlethal weapon | non-linear approach | nonorganic transportation requirement | nonpersistent agent | nonprecision approach | nonprior service personnel | nonproliferation | nonrecurring demand | non-registered publication | nonscheduled units | non-self-sustaining containership | nonstandard item | nonstandard unit | nonstocked item | nonstrategic nuclear forces | non-submarine contact chart | non-unit record | non-unit-related cargo | non-unit-related personnel | non-US forces | normal charge | normal impact effect | normal intelligence reports | normal lighting | normal operations | North American Aerospace Defense Command | no-strike list | notice to airmen | notional ship | not mission capable, maintenance | not mission capable, supply | not seriously injured | no-wind position | nuclear accident | nuclear airburst | nuclear, biological, and chemical-capable nation | nuclear, biological, and chemical conditions | nuclear, biological, and chemical defense | nuclear, biological, and chemical environment | nuclear bonus effects | nuclear burst | nuclear certifiable | nuclear certified | nuclear certified delivery unit | nuclear certified delivery vehicle | nuclear cloud | nuclear collateral damage | nuclear column | nuclear commitment | nuclear contact surface burst | nuclear coordination | nuclear damage | nuclear damage assessment | nuclear defense | nuclear delivery unit | nuclear delivery vehicle | nuclear detonation detection and reporting system | nuclear dud | nuclear energy | nuclear exoatmospheric burst | nuclear incident | nuclear intelligence | nuclear logistic movement | nuclear nation | nuclear parity | nuclear planning system | nuclear proximity-surface burst | nuclear radiation | nuclear reactor | nuclear round | nuclear safety line | nuclear stalemate | nuclear strike warning | nuclear support | nuclear transmutation | nuclear underground burst | nuclear underwater burst | nuclear vulnerability assessment | nuclear warfare | nuclear warning message | nuclear weapon | nuclear weapon degradation | nuclear weapon employment time | nuclear weapon exercise | nuclear weapon maneuver | nuclear weapon(s) accident | nuclear weapons state | nuclear weapons surety | nuclear yields | nuisance minefield | number . . . in (out) | numbered beach | numbered fleet | numbered wave | numerical scale


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| obligated reservist | oblique air photograph | oblique air photograph strip | obliquity | observation helicopter | observation post | observed fire | observed fire procedure | observer-target line | observer-target range | obstacle | obstacle belt | obstacle clearing | obstacle intelligence | obstacle restricted areas | obstacle zone | obstructor | occupational and environmental health surveillance | occupational and environmental health threats | occupation currency | occupied territory | Ocean Cargo Clearance Authority | ocean convoy | ocean manifest | oceanography | ocean station ship | offensive counterair | offensive counterair attack operations | offensive minefield | office | officer in tactical command | officer of the deck | official information | off-load preparation party | offset bombing | offset costs | offset distance (nuclear) | offset lasing | offshore assets | offshore bulk fuel system | offshore patrol | offshore petroleum discharge system | off-the-shelf item | oiler | on berth | on-call | on-call resupply | on-call target | on-call target (nuclear) | on-call wave | one day's supply | one-look circuit | on hand | on-scene commander | on-station time | open improved storage space | open ocean | open route | open-source intelligence | open unimproved wet space | operating forces | operating level of supply | operation | operational architecture | operational area | operational art | operational authority | operational characteristics | operational control | operational control authority | operational decontamination | operational design | operational design element | operational documentation | operational environment | operational evaluation | operational intelligence | operational level of war | operational limitation | operationally ready | operational necessity | operational pause | operational procedures | operational reach | operational readiness | operational readiness evaluation | operational requirement | Operational Requirements Document | operational reserve | operational route | operational support airlift | operational testing | operational training | operation and maintenance | operation annexes | operation exposure guide | operation map | operation order | operation plan | operations center | operations research | operations security | operations security indicators | operations security measures | operations security planning guidance | operations security vulnerability | operations support element | operations to restore order | opportune lift | opportunity target | opposite numbers | optical axis | optical minehunting | optimum height | optimum height of burst | orbital injection | orbit determination | orbit point | order | order and shipping time | ordered departure | order of battle | order time | ordinary transport | ordnance | organic | organizational equipment | organizational maintenance | organization for combat | organization for embarkation | organization for landing | organization of the ground | Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force | origin | original destination | original negative | original positive | originating medical facility | originator | oropesa sweep | orthomorphic projection | | other detainee | other government agency | other war reserve materiel requirement | other war reserve materiel requirement, balance | other war reserve materiel requirement, protectable | other war reserve stock | otter | outbound traffic | outer fix | outer landing ship areas | outer transport area | outline map | outline plan | outsized cargo | overhaul | overhead clearance | overlap | overlay | overpressure | overprint | overseas | Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document | overseas search and rescue region | oversized cargo | over the beach operations | over-the-horizon amphibious operations | over-the-horizon radar | overt operation | overt peacetime psychological operations programs


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pace | pace setter | packaged petroleum product | packup kit | padding | pallet | palletized load system | palletized load system flatrack | palletized unit load | panel code | panoramic camera | paradrop | parallel chains of command | parallel sheaf | parallel staff | paramilitary forces | pararescue team | parlimentaire | parrot | partial mission-capable | partial mission-capable, maintenance | partial mission-capable, supply | partial mobilization | partial storage monitoring | partisan warfare | partner nation | part number | pass | passage of lines | passenger mile | passive | passive air defense | passive defense | passive mine | pass time | password | pathfinder drop zone control | pathfinder landing zone control | pathfinders | pathogen | patient | patient movement | patient movement items | patient movement policy | patient movement requirements center | patrol | pattern bombing | pattern laying | payload | payload build-up (missile and space) | payload integration (missile and space) | payload (missile) | P-day | peace building | peace enforcement | peacekeeping | peacemaking | peace operations | peacetime force materiel assets | peacetime force materiel requirement | peacetime materiel consumption and losses | peacetime operating stocks | peak overpressure | pecuniary liability | pencil beam | penetration | penetration aids | penetration (air traffic control) | penetration (intelligence) | percentage clearance | perception management | perils of the sea | perimeter defense | period | periodic intelligence summary | period of interest | perishable cargo | permafrost | permanent echo | permissive action link | permissive environment | persistency | persistent agent | persistent surveillance | personal effects | personal locator beacon | personal property | person authorized to direct disposition of human remains | person eligible to receive effects | person in custody | personnel | personnel increment number | personnel locator system | personnel locator system code | personnel reaction time (nuclear) | personnel recovery | personnel recovery coordination cell | personnel recovery task force | personnel replacement center | personnel security investigation | perspective grid | petroleum intersectional service | petroleum, oils and lubricants | phase | phase line | phases of military government | phonetic alphabet | phony minefield | photoflash bomb | photoflash cartridge | photogrammetric control | photogrammetry | photographic coverage | photographic intelligence | photographic interpretation | photographic panorama | photographic reading | photographic scale | photographic strip | photo interpretation key | photomap | photo nadir | physical characteristics | physical damage assessment | physical security | pictomap | pictorial symbolization | Pierson-Moskowitz scale | pillbox | pilot's trace | pinpoint | pinpoint photograph | pinpoint target | pipeline | piracy | pitch | pitch angle | plan for landing | plan identification number | planimetric map | plan information capability | planned airlift requests | planned target | planned target (nuclear) | planning and direction | planning directive | planning factor | planning factors database | planning order | planning phase | planning team | plan position indicator | plant equipment | plastic zone | plate | platform drop | plot | point defense | point designation grid | pointee-talkee | point of no return | point-to-point sealift | poised mine | polar coordinates | polar orbit | polar plot | political intelligence | political warfare | politico-military gaming | pool | population at risk | port capacity | port complex | port designator | port evacuation of cargoes | port evacuation of shipping | port of debarkation | port of embarkation | port operations group | port security | port support activity | positional defense | position defense | positive control | positive identification and radar advisory zone | positive phase of the shock wave | Posse Comitatus Act | postattack period | posthostilities period | poststrike reconnaissance | power projection | PPI gauge | practice mine | prearranged fire | preassault operation | precautionary launch | precautionary personnel recovery | precedence | precession | precipitation static | precise frequency | precise time | precision approach | precision bombing | precision-guided munition | precursor | precursor chemical | precursor front | precursor sweeping | predicted fire | predominant height | preemptive attack | preinitiation | prelanding operations | pre-launch survivability | preliminary communications search | preliminary demolition target | preliminary movement schedule | preload loading | premature dud | preparation fire | preplanned air support | preplanned mission request | preplanned nuclear support | pre-position | pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, balance | pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, protectable | pre-positioned war reserve requirement | pre-positioned war reserve stock | prescribed nuclear load | prescribed nuclear stockage | preset guidance | Presidential Call-up | Presidential Reserve Call-up | pressure altitude | pressure breathing | pressure front | pressure mine | pressure mine circuit | pressurized cabin | prestrike reconnaissance | prevention | prevention of mutual interference | prevention of stripping equipment | preventive diplomacy | preventive maintenance | preventive medicine | preventive war | prewithdrawal demolition target | primary agency | primary aircraft authorization | primary aircraft inventory | primary censorship | primary control officer | primary control ship | primary flight control | primary imagery dissemination | primary imagery dissemination system | primary interest | primed charge | prime mover | prime vendor | principal building | principal federal official | principal items | principal officer | principal operational interest | principal parallel | principal plane | principal scale | principal vertical | printing size of a map or chart | print reference | priority designator | priority intelligence requirement | priority message | priority of immediate mission requests | priority system for mission requests for tactical reconnaissance | prior permission | prisoner of war | prisoner of war branch camp | prisoner of war camp | prisoner of war censorship | prisoner of war compound | prisoner of war enclosure | prisoner of war personnel record | proactive measures | proactive mine countermeasures | probability of damage | probable error | probable error deflection | probable error height of burst | probable error range | probably destroyed | procedural control | procedures | procedure turn | procedure word | processing | processing and exploitation | proclamation | procurement lead time | producer countries | production base | production lead time | production logistics | production loss appraisal | proficiency training aircraft | profile | program aircraft | Programmed Forces | program of nuclear cooperation | progress payment | prohibited area | projected map display | projection print | proliferation (nuclear weapons) | prompt radiation | proofing | propaganda | propelled mine | proper authority | proper clearance | property | property account | proportional navigation | protected emblems | protected frequencies | protected persons/places | protected site | protection | protection of shipping | protective clothing | protective mask | protective minefield | prototype | provisioning | proword | proximity fuze | pseudopursuit navigation | psychological consolidation activities | psychological operations | psychological operations assessment team | psychological operations impact indicators | psychological operations support element | public affairs | public affairs assessment | public affairs ground rules | public affairs guidance | public diplomacy | public information | public key infrastructure | pull-up point | pulse code | pulse duration | pulsejet | pulse repetition frequency | pulsing | purchase description | purchase notice agreements | purchasing office | pursuit | pyrotechnic | pyrotechnic delay


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q-message | Q-route | quadrant elevation | quadruple container | quay | quick response force


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radar | radar advisory | radar altimetry area | radar beacon | radar camouflage | radar clutter | radar countermeasures | radar coverage | radar danning | radar deception | radar exploitation report | radar fire | radar guardship | radar horizon | radar imagery | radar intelligence | radar netting | radar netting station | radar netting unit | radar picket | radar reconnaissance | radarscope overlay | radarscope photography | radar signal film | radar silence | radar spoking | radar tracking station | radial | radial displacement | radiant exposure | radiation dose | radiation dose rate | radiation exposure state | radiation exposure status | radiation intelligence | radiation intensity | radiation scattering | radiation sickness | radioactive decay | radioactive decay curve | radioactive decay rate | radioactivity | radioactivity concentration guide | radio and wire integration | radio approach aids | radio beacon | radio countermeasures | radio deception | radio detection | radio direction finding | radio direction finding database | radio fix | radio frequency countermeasures | radio guard | radiological accident | radiological defense | radiological dispersal device | radiological environment | radiological monitoring | radiological operation | radiological survey | radiological survey flight altitude | radio magnetic indicator | radio navigation | radio range finding | radio range station | radio silence | radio telegraphy | radio telephony | radius of action | radius of damage | radius of integration | radius of safety | raid | railhead | railway line capacity | railway loading ramp | rainfall (nuclear) | rainout | ramjet | random minelaying | range | range marker | range markers | Rangers | range spread | ranging | rapid global mobility | rapid response force | rated load | rate of fire | rate of march | ratification | rationalization | ration dense | ratio print | ratline | R-day | reachback | reaction time | readiness | readiness condition | ready position | Ready Reserve | ready-to-load date | reallocation authority | real property | real time | rear area | rear area operations center/rear tactical operations center | rear echelon | rear guard | rearming | reattack recommendation | rebuild | receipt | receipt into the supply system | receiving ship | reception | reclama | recognition | recognition signal | recompression chamber | reconnaissance | reconnaissance by fire | reconnaissance exploitation report | reconnaissance in force | reconnaissance patrol | reconnaissance photography | reconstitution site | record information | recoverable item | recovery | recovery activation signal | recovery airfield | recovery and reconstitution | recovery force | recovery mechanism | recovery operations | recovery procedures | recovery site | recovery team | recovery vehicle | recovery zone | rectification | recuperation | recurring demand | RED HORSE | redistribution | red team | reduced charge | reduced lighting | reduced operating status | reduction | reduction (photographic) | reefer | reentry vehicle | reference datum | reference diversion point | reference point | reflected shock wave | reflex sight | refuge area | refugee | regimental landing team | regional air defense commander | regional liaison group | regional response coordination center | regional satellite communications support center | regional security officer | register | registration | registration fire | registration point | regrade | regular drill | regulated item | regulating point | regulating station | rehabilitation | rehabilitative care | rehearsal phase | reinforcement training unit | reinforcing | reinforcing obstacles | reintegrate | relateral tell | relative altitude | relative bearing | relative biological effectiveness | release | release altitude | release point (road) | releasing commander (nuclear weapons) | releasing officer | reliability diagram | reliability of source | relief | relief in place | religious support | religious support plan | religious support team | relocatable building | remain-behind equipment | remaining forces | remote delivery | remotely piloted vehicle | render safe procedures | rendezvous area | reorder cycle | reorder point | repair | repair and restoration | repair cycle | repair cycle aircraft | reparable item | repatriate | repatriation | repeater-jammer | replacement demand | replacement factor | replacements | replenishment at sea | reported unit | reporting post | reporting time interval | representative downwind direction | representative downwind speed | representative fraction | request for assistance | request for information | request modify | required delivery date | required supply rate (ammunition) | requirements | requirements capability | requirements management system | requisition | rescue combat air patrol | rescue ship | research | reseau | reservation | reserve | reserve aircraft | reserve component category | Reserve Components | reserved demolition target | reserved obstacles | reserved route | reserve supplies | residual capabilities assessment | residual contamination | residual forces | residual radiation | residual radioactivity | resistance movement | resolution | resource management operations | resources | response force | responsibility | responsor | rest and recuperation | restitution | restitution factor | restraint | restraint of loads | restricted area | restricted areas (air) | restricted dangerous air cargo | restricted data | restricted items list | restricted operations area | restricted target | restricted target list | restrictive fire area | restrictive fire line | restrictive fire plan | resupply | resuscitative care | retained personnel | reticle | Retired Reserve | retirement | retrofit action | retrograde cargo | retrograde movement | retrograde operation | retrograde personnel | returned to military control | return load | return to base | revolving fund | RF CM | right (left) bank | right (or left) | riot control agent | riot control operations | rising mine | risk | risk assessment | risk management | riverine area | riverine operations | road block | road capacity | road clearance time | road hazard sign | road net | road space | rocket propulsion | roentgen | roentgen equivalent mammal | role number | role specialist nation | roll back | roll-in-point | roll-on/roll-off discharge facility | roll-up | romper | rope | rough terrain container handler | route | route capacity | route classification | route lanes | routine message | routine supplies | routing indicator | row marker | rules for the use of force | rules of engagement | run | runway visual range | rupture zone | ruse


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sabotage | sabotage alert team | safe anchorage | safe area | safe burst height | safe current | safe depth | safe distance | safe haven | safe house | safe separation distance | safety and arming mechanism | safety device | safety distance | safety fuze | safety height | safety lane | safety level of supply | safety line | safety wire | safety zone | safing | safing and arming mechanism | salted weapon | salvage | salvage group | salvage operation | salvo | sanction enforcement | sanctuary | sanitize | satellite and missile surveillance | S-bend distortion | scale | scale (photographic) | scaling law | scan | scan line | scan period | scan rate | scan type | scatterable mine | scene of action commander | scheduled arrival date | scheduled fire | scheduled maintenance | scheduled service (air transport) | scheduled speed | scheduled target | scheduled target (nuclear) | scheduled wave | schedule of fire | schedule of targets | scheduling and movement | scheduling and movement capability | scheme of maneuver | scientific and technical intelligence | scientific intelligence | screen | screening group | scribing | S-curve distortion | S-Day | sea-air-land team | sea areas | sea barge | seabasing | seaborne forces | sea control operations | sea echelon | sea echelon area | sea echelon plan | sea frontier | sealed cabin | sealift enhancement features | Sealift Readiness Program | seaport | search | search and rescue | search and rescue alert notice | search and rescue incident classification | search and rescue region | search attack unit | searched channel | searching fire | search jammer | search mission | search radius | search sweeping | SEASHED | sea state | sea surveillance | sea surveillance system | seaward launch point | seaward recovery point | secondary censorship | secondary imagery dissemination | secondary imagery dissemination system | secondary loads | secondary port | secondary rescue facilities | secondary road | secondary wave breaker system | second strike | secret | Secretary of a Military Department | SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network | section | sector | sector air defense commander | sector of fire | sector scan | secure | security | security alert team | security assistance | security assistance organization | security certification | security classification | security clearance | security cooperation | security cooperation activity | security cooperation planning | security countermeasures | security intelligence | security review | sedition | seize | seizures | Selected Reserve | Selected Reserve strength | selective identification feature | selective jamming | selective loading | selective mobilization | selective release process | selective unloading | selenodesy | self-defense | self-destroying fuze | self-protection depth | self-sustaining containership | semi-controlled mosaic | semipermanent joint task force | senior meteorological and oceanographic officer | senior officer present afloat | sensitive | sensitive compartmented information | sensitive compartmented information facility | sensitive site exploitation | separation zone | sequel | sequence circuit | sequenced ejection system | serial | serial assignment table | seriously ill or injured | seriously wounded | service ammunition | Service-common | Service component command | service environment | Service force module | service group | service mine | Service-organic transportation assets | service squadron | service test | service troops | Service-unique container | servicing | severe damage | shaded relief | shadowing | shallow fording | shaped charge | shared data environment | shear link assembly | sheet explosive | sheetlines | shelf life | shell (specify) | shelter | shielding | shifting fire | ship counter | ship haven | ship influence | shipping configuration | shipping control | shipping designator | shipping lane | shipping time | ship-to-shore movement | shoal | shock front | shore fire control party | shoreline effect | shore party | shore-to-shore movement | shortfall | short-range air defense engagement zone | short-range ballistic missile | short-range transport aircraft | short scope buoy | short supply | short takeoff and landing | short takeoff and vertical landing aircraft | short title | show of force | shuttered fuze | side-looking airborne radar | side oblique air photograph | side overlap | sighting | SIGINT direct service | SIGINT direct service activity | SIGINT direct support | SIGINT direct support unit | SIGINT operational control | SIGINT operational tasking | SIGINT operational tasking authority | SIGINT resources | SIGINT support plans | signal | signal center | signal letters | signal operation instructions | signal security | signals intelligence | signal-to-noise ratio | signature equipment | signed route | significant wave height | Silver Triangle | simulative electromagnetic deception | simultaneous engagement | single-anchor leg mooring | single department purchase | single flow route | single integrated theater logistic manager | single manager | single manager for transportation | single port manager | single-service manager | single-spot ship | sinker | situation map | situation report | situation template | skim sweeping | skin paint | skin tracking | slant range | slated items | slice | slightly wounded | small arms | small arms ammunition | small austere airfield | small-lot storage | small-scale map | smoke screen | snagline mine | soft missile base | soil shear strength | solatium payments | solenoid sweep | sonar | sonic | sonobuoy | sortie | sortie allotment message | sortie number | sortie plot | sortie reference | sorting | source | source registry | space | space asset | space assignment | space available mail | space capability | space control | space environment | space-faring nation | space force application | space force enhancement | space forces | space power | space sensor | space superiority | space support | space support team | space surveillance | space systems | space weather | span of detonation (atomic demolition munition employment) | special access program | special actions | special activities | special agent | special air operation | special ammunition supply point | special assignment airlift requirements | special boat squadron | special boat team | special cargo | special-equipment vehicle | special events for homeland security | special forces | special forces group | special forces operations base | special hazard | special information operations | specialist intelligence report | specialization | special mission unit | special operations | special operations combat control team | special operations command and control element | special operations forces | special operations liaison element | special operations mission planning folder | special operations naval mobile environment team | special operations-peculiar | special operations terminal attack controller | special operations weather team/tactical element | special operations wing | special (or project) equipment | special purpose Marine air-ground task force | special-purpose vehicle | special reconnaissance | special staff | special tactics | special tactics team | special unloading berth | special weapons | specific intelligence collection requirement | specific search | specified combatant command | specified command | specified task | spectrozonal photography | speed of advance | speed of sound | spillover | spin stabilization | split cameras | split pair | split-up | split vertical photography | spoiling attack | spoke | spot | spot elevation | spot jamming | spot net | spot report | spot size | spotter | spotting line | spray dome | spreader bar | spreading fire | sprocket | squadron | squib | squirt | staballoy | stability operations | stabilized glide slope indicator | stabilized patient | stable base film | stable patient | staff | staff estimates | staff judge advocate | staff supervision | stage | staged crews | staging | staging area | staging base | standard advanced base units | standardization | standard operating procedure | standard parallel | standard pattern | standard positioning system | standard route | standard unit | standard use Army aircraft flight route | Standby Reserve | stand fast | standing joint force headquarters | standing operating procedure | standing order | standing rules for the use of force | state and regional defense airlift | stateless person | state of readiness | state of readiness--state 1--safe | state of readiness--state 2--armed | static air temperature | static line (air transport) | static line cable | static marking | station | station authentication | station time | status-of-forces agreement | stay behind | stay behind force | stellar guidance | stepped-up separation | stereographic coverage | sterilize | sterilizer | stick (air transport) | stick commander (air transport) | stimulants | stock control | stock coordination | stock level | Stock Number | stockpile to target sequence | stock record account | stop-loss | storage | storage life | storage or stowage | stores | stowage | stowage diagram | stowage factor | stowage plan | strafing | straggler | strapping | strategic advantage | strategic airlift | strategic air transport | strategic air transport operations | strategic air warfare | strategic communication | strategic concentration | strategic concept | strategic direction | strategic estimate | strategic intelligence | strategic level of war | strategic map | strategic material (critical) | strategic mining | strategic mission | strategic mobility | strategic plan | strategic psychological activities | strategic sealift | strategic sealift forces | strategic sealift shipping | strategic transport aircraft | strategic vulnerability | strategic warning | strategic warning lead time | strategic warning post-decision time | strategic warning pre-decision time | strategy | stretcher | stretch out | strike | strike coordination and reconnaissance | strikedown | strike photography | strip marker | strip plot | strong point | structured message text | stuffing | subassembly | subgravity | subkiloton weapon | submarine operating authority | submarine operations area | submarine patrol area | submunition | subordinate command | subordinate unified command | subscription | subsidiary landing | subsonic | substitute transport-type vehicle | subunified command | subversion | subversion of Department of Defense personnel | subversive activity | subversive political action | summit | sun-synchronous orbit | supercargo | supersonic | supervised route | supplementary facilities | supplies | supply | supply by air | supply chain | supply chain management | supply control | supplying ship | supply management | supply point | supply support activity | supply transaction reporting | support | support agency | supported commander | supporting aircraft | supporting arms | supporting arms coordination center | supporting artillery | supporting attack | supporting commander | supporting fire | supporting forces | supporting operations | supporting plan | support items | support to counterinsurgency | support to insurgency | suppression | suppression mission | suppression of enemy air defenses | suppressive fire | surface action group | surface code | surface combatant | surface smuggling event | surface-to-air guided missile | surface-to-air missile envelope | surface-to-air missile installation | surface-to-air missile site | surface-to-air weapon | surface-to-surface guided missile | surface warfare | surface zero | surf line | surf zone | surplus property | surprise dosage attack | surveillance | surveillance approach | survey | survey control point | survey information center | survey, liaison, and reconnaissance party | survey photography | survivability | survival, evasion, resistance, and escape | suspect | suspension equipment | suspension strop | sustainability | sustained attrition minefield | sustained rate of fire | sustaining stocks | sustainment | sweep | sweeper track | sweep jamming | swell | swept path | switch horn | sympathetic detonation | synchronization | synchronized clock | synchronous orbit | synthesis | synthetic exercise | system | systems architecture | systems design | systems support contractors


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table of allowance | | TACAN | tacit arms control agreement | tactical aeromedical evacuation | tactical air command center | tactical air commander (ashore) | tactical air control center | tactical air control party | tactical air coordinator (airborne) | tactical air direction center | tactical airfield fuel dispensing system | tactical air groups (shore-based) | tactical air officer (afloat) | tactical air operation | tactical air operations center | tactical air reconnaissance | tactical air support | tactical air support element | tactical air transport operations | tactical assembly area | tactical call sign | tactical combat force | tactical concept | tactical control | tactical deception group | tactical diversion | tactical event system | tactical exploitation of national capabilities | tactical information processing and interpretation system | tactical intelligence | tactical intelligence and related activities | tactical level of war | tactical loading | tactical locality | tactical-logistical group | tactical map | tactical minefield | tactical mining | tactical nuclear weapon employment | tactical obstacles | tactical operations center | tactical questioning | tactical range | tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel | tactical reserve | tactical security | tactical sub-concept | tactical transport aircraft | tactical troops | tactical unit | tactical vehicle | tactical warning | tactical warning and assessment | tactical warning and attack assessment | tactics | tagline | Tanker Airlift Control Center | tanker airlift control element | tare weight | target | target acquisition | target analysis | target approach point | target area of interest | target area survey base | target array | target audience | target base line | target bearing | target classification | target complex | target component | target concentration | target critical damage point | target data inventory | target date | target development | target discrimination | target dossier | target folder | target information center | targeting | target intelligence | target materials | target nomination list | target of opportunity | target overlay | target pattern | target priority | target range | target response (nuclear) | target signature | target stress point | target system | target system analysis | target system assessment | target system component | task component | task element | task force | task group | tasking order | task organization | task-organizing | task unit | taxiway | T-day | tear line | technical analysis | technical architecture | technical assistance | technical characteristics | technical documentation | technical escort | technical evaluation | technical information | technical intelligence | technical operational intelligence | technical specification | technical supply operations | technical surveillance countermeasures | technical survey | techniques | telecommunication | telecommunications center | teleconference | telemedicine | teleprocessing | television imagery | telling | temperature gradient | tempest | temporary interment | terminal | terminal attack control | terminal clearance capacity | terminal control | terminal control area | terminal guidance | terminal guidance operations | terminal operations | terminal phase | termination criteria | terms of reference | terrain analysis | terrain avoidance system | terrain clearance system | terrain exercise | terrain flight | terrain following system | terrain intelligence | terrain study | terrestrial environment | terrestrial reference guidance | territorial airspace | territorial sea | terrorism | terrorist | terrorist group | terrorist threat level | test depth | tests | theater | theater airlift | theater-assigned transportation assets | theater distribution | theater distribution management | theater distribution system | theater hospitalization capability | theater missile | theater of operations | theater of war | theater patient movement requirements center | theater special operations command | theater strategy | theater support contractors | thermal crossover | thermal energy | thermal exposure | thermal imagery | thermal pulse | thermal radiation | thermal shadow | thermal X-rays | thermonuclear | thermonuclear weapon | thorough decontamination | threat analysis | threat and vulnerability assessment | threat identification and assessment | threat-oriented munitions | threat warning | threshold | tie down diagram | tie down point | tie down point pattern | tilt angle | time and frequency standard | time-definite delivery | time fuze | time interval | time of attack | time of delivery | time of flight | time of origin | time of receipt | time on target | time over target conflict | time over target (nuclear) | times | time-sensitive target | time slot | time to target | tip | tips | title block | TNT equivalent | tolerance dose | tone down | tophandler | topographic base | topographic map | topography | top secret | torpedo defense net | torture | toss bombing | total active aircraft authorization | total active aircraft inventory | total dosage attack | total materiel assets | total materiel requirement | total mobilization | total overall aircraft inventory | total pressure | touchdown zone | toxic chemical | toxic chemical, biological, or radiological attack | toxic industrial biological | toxic industrial chemical | toxic industrial material | toxic industrial radiological | toxin | toxin agent | track | track correlation | tracking | track management | track of interest | track production area | track symbology | track telling | trafficability | traffic circulation map | traffic control police | traffic density | traffic flow | traffic flow security | traffic information (radar) | traffic management | traffic pattern | train | trained strength in units | train headway | training aids | training and readiness oversight | training and retirement category | training-pay category | training period | training pipeline | training unit | train path | trajectory | transattack period | transfer loader | transient | transient forces | transit area | transit bearing | transition altitude | transition layer | transition level | transit passage | transit route | transit zone | transmission factor (nuclear) | transmission security | transonic | transponder | transportability | transport aircraft | transport area | transportation closure | transportation component command | transportation emergency | transportation feasibility | transportation movement requirement | transportation operating agencies | transportation priorities | transportation system | transport control center (air transport) | transport group | transporting (ordnance) | transshipment point | traverse | traverse level | traverse racking test load value | treason | trend | triangulation station | tri-camera photography | trig list | trim | triple point | troop basis | troops | troop safety (nuclear) | troop space cargo | troop test | tropical storm | tropopause | true airspeed indicator | true altitude | true bearing | true convergence | true horizon | true north | turbojet | turnaround | turnaround cycle | turning movement | turning point | turn-off guidance | two-person control | two-person rule | types of burst | type unit | type unit data file


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ultraviolet imagery | unaccounted for | unanticipated target | uncertain environment | uncharged demolition target | unclassified matter | unconventional assisted recovery | unconventional assisted recovery coordination cell | unconventional assisted recovery mechanism | unconventional assisted recovery team | unconventional warfare | unconventional warfare forces | undersea warfare | understowed cargo | underwater demolition | underwater demolition team | underway replenishment | underway replenishment force | underway replenishment group | unexpended weapons or ordnance | unexploded explosive ordnance | unified action | unified combatant command | unified command | Unified Command Plan | uniformed services | unilateral arms control measure | unintentional radiation exploitation | unintentional radiation intelligence | uni-Service command | unit | unit aircraft | unit combat readiness | unit commitment status | unit designation list | United States | United States Armed Forces | United States Civilian Internee Information Center | United States controlled shipping | United States message text format | United States Military Service-funded foreign training | United States Naval Ship | United States Prisoner of War Information Center | United States Signals Intelligence System | United States Transportation Command | unit identification code | unitized load | unit line number | unit loading | unit movement control center | unit movement data | unit of issue | unit personnel and tonnage table | unit price | unit readiness | unit-related equipment and supplies | unit reserves | unit training assembly | unit type code | unity of effort | Universal Joint Task List | universal polar stereographic grid | Universal Postal Union | Universal Time | universal transverse mercator grid | unknown | unlimited war | unmanned aerial vehicle | unmanned aircraft | unmanned aircraft system | unplanned target | unpremeditated expansion of a war | unscheduled convoy phase | unstable patient | unstuffing | unwanted cargo | unwarned exposed | urgent mining | urgent priority | US commercial assets | US Defense Representative | use of force policy | US forces | US national | US person | US Transportation Command coordinating instructions


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validate | validation | valuable cargo | value engineering | variability | variable safety level | variant | variation | vectored attack | vehicle-borne improvised explosive device | vehicle cargo | vehicle distance | vehicle summary and priority table | verification | verify | vertex | vertex height | vertical air photograph | vertical and/or short takeoff and landing | vertical envelopment | vertical interval | vertical landing zone | vertical loading | vertical probable error | vertical replenishment | vertical separation | vertical strip | vertical takeoff and landing aircraft | vertical takeoff and landing aircraft transport area | very seriously ill or injured | very small aperture terminal | vesicant agent | vetting | vignetting | visibility range | visual call sign | visual information | visual information documentation | visual meteorological conditions | visual mine firing indicator | vital area | vital ground | voice call sign | Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement | voluntary tanker agreement | voluntary training | voluntary training unit | VOR | vulnerability | vulnerability assessment | vulnerability program | vulnerability study | vulnerable area | vulnerable node | vulnerable point


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wading crossing | walking patient | wanted cargo | warden system | war game | warhead | warhead mating | warhead section | war materiel procurement capability | war materiel requirement | warned exposed | warned protected | warning | warning area | warning net | warning of attack | warning of war | warning order | warning red | warning shots | warning white | warning yellow | warp | war reserve materiel requirement | war reserve materiel requirement, balance | war reserve materiel requirement, protectable | war reserve (nuclear) | war reserves | war reserve stock | war reserve stocks for allies | wartime load | wartime manpower planning system | wartime reserve modes | Washington Liaison Group | watching mine | watercraft | waterspace management | water terminal | wave | wave crest | wave height | wave length | wave-off | wave period | wave trough | way point | W-day | weapon and payload identification | weapon debris (nuclear) | weaponeering | weapon engagement zone | weapons assignment | weapons free zone | weapons of mass destruction | weapons of mass destruction - civil support team | weapons readiness state | weapons recommendation sheet | weapons state of readiness | weapon(s) system | weapon system employment concept | weapon system video | weapon-target line | weather central | weather deck | weather minimum | weight and balance sheet | wellness | wharf | wheel load capacity | white cap | whiteout | white propaganda | Wilson cloud | winch | wind shear | wing | wingman | withdrawal operation | withhold (nuclear) | working anchorage | working capital fund | working group | work order | world geographic reference system | Worldwide Port System | wounded | wounded in action | wreckage locator chart


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yaw | yield


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zero-length launching | zero point | zone III (nuclear) | zone II (nuclear) | zone I (nuclear) | zone of action | zone of fire | ZULU time


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Acronyms


1MC | 1NCD | 1NCD | 1st IOC | 2-D | 2E | 2LM | 3-D | 618th TACC


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A | A&P | A2C2 | A-3 | A-5 | AA | AA&E | AAA | AAAS | AABB | AABWS | AAC | AACG | AADC | AADP | AAFES | AAFIF | AAFS | AAFSF | AAGS | AAI | AAM | AAMDC | AAOE | AAOG | AAP | AAR | AAST | AAT | AAU | AAV | AAW | AB | ABCA | ABCS | ABD | ABFC | ABFDS | ABFS | ABGD | ABL | ABLTS | ABM | ABN | ABNCP | ABO | A/C | AC | AC-130 | ACA | ACAA | ACAPS | ACAT | ACB | ACC | ACCE | ACCON | ACCS | ACCSA | ACDO | ACE | ACEOI | ACF | ACI | ACIC | ACINT | ACK | ACL | ACLANT | ACM | ACMREQ | ACN | ACO | ACOC | ACOCC | ACOS | ACP | ACR | ACS | ACSA | AC/S, C4I | ACT | ACU | ACV | ACW | A/D | AD | A/DACG | ADAFCO | ADAL | ADAM/BAE | ADAMS | ADANS | ADC | ADCAP | A/DCG | ADCI/MS | ADCON | ADD | ADDO | ADDO(MS) | ADE | ADF | ADIZ | ADKC/RCU | ADL | ADMIN | ADN | ADNET | ADOC | ADP | ADPE | ADPS | ADR | ADRA | ADS | ADSIA | ADSW | ADT | ADUSD(TP) | ADVON | ADW | ADWC | ADZ | AE | AEC | AECA | AECC | AECM | AECS | AECT | AECT | AEF | AEG | AELT | AEOS | AEOT | AEPS | AEPST | AES | AESC | AETC | AETF | A/ETF | AEU | AEW | AEW&C | AF | AFAARS | AFAOC | AFARN | AFATDS | AFB | AFC | AFCA | AFCAP | AFCC | AFCCC | AFCEE | AFCENT | AFCERT | AFCESA | AFCS | AFD | AFDC | AFDD | AFDIGS | AFDIL | AFDIS | AF/DP | AFE | AFEES | AFFIS | AFFMA | AFFOR | AFH | AFI | AFID | AF/IL | AFIP | AFIRB | AFIS | AFIWC | AFJI | AFJMAN | AFLC | AFLE | AFLNO | AFMAN | AFMC | AFMD | AFME | AFMES | AFMIC | AFMLO | AFMS | AFNORTH | AFNORTHWEST | AFNSEP | AFOE | AFOSI | AFPAM | AFPC | AFPD | AFPEO | AFR | AFRC | AFRCC | AFRRI | AFRTS | AFS | AFSATCOM | AFSC | AFSOB | AFSOC | AFSOCC | AFSOD | AFSOE | AFSOF | AFSOUTH | AFSPACE | AFSPC | AFSPOC | AFTAC | AFTH | AFTN | AFTO | AFTTP | AFTTP(I) | AFW | AFWA | AFWCF | AFWIN | AF/XO | AF/XOI | AF/XOO | A/G | AG | AGARD | AGCCS | AGE | AGI | AGIL | AGL | AGM-28A | AGM-65 | AGM-69 | AGR | AGS | AHA | AHD | AI | AIA | AIASA | AIC | AICF/USA | AIDS | AIF | AIFA | AIG | AIIRS | AIK | AIM | AIM-54A | AIM-7 | AIM-9 | AIMD | AIQC | AIRBAT | AIRCENT | AIRES | AIREVACCONFIRM | AIREVACREQ | AIREVACRESP | AIRNORTHWEST | AIRREQRECON | AIRSOUTH | AIRSUPREQ | AIS | AIT | AIU | AJ | AJBPO | AJCC | AJ/CM | AJF | AJFP | AJMRO | AJNPE | AJP | AK | AKNLDG | ALCC | ALCE | ALCF | ALCG | ALCM | ALCOM | ALCON | ALCS | ALCT | ALD | ALE | ALERFA | ALERT | ALERTORD | ALLOREQ | ALLTV | ALMSNSCD | ALNOT | ALO | ALOC | ALORD | ALP | ALSA | ALSS | ALTRV | ALTTSC | A/M | AM | AMAL | AMB | AMBUS | AMC | AMCC | AMCIT | AMCM | AMCT | AMD | AME | AMEDD | AMEDDCS | AMEMB | AMF(L) | AMH | AMIO | AMLO | AMMO | AMOC | AMOCC | AMOG | AMOPES | AMOPS | AMOS | AMOSS | AMP | AMPE | AMPN | AMPSSO | AMRAAM | AMS | AMSS | AMT | AMVER | AMW | AMX | AN | ANCA | ANDVT | ANG | ANGUS | A/NM | ANMCC | ANN | ANR | ANSI | ANX | ANY | ANZUS | AO | AO&M | AOA | AOB | AOCC | AOC-E | AOCU | AOC-W | AOD | AOF | AOI | AOL | AOP | AOR | AOS | AOSS | AOTR | AP | APA | APAN | APC | APCC | APES | APF | APG | APHIS | APIC | APL | APO | APOD | APOE | APORT | APORTSREP | APP | APPS | APR | APS | APS-3 | APU | AR | ARB | ARBS | ARC | ARCENT | ARCP | ARCT | ARDF | AREC | ARFOR | ARG | ARGO | ARINC | ARIP | ARL-M | ARM | ARNG | ARNGUS | ARNORTH | ARP | ARPERCEN | ARQ | ARRC | ARRDATE | ARS | ARSOA | ARSOC | ARSOF | ARSOTF | ARSPACE | ARSPOC | ART | ARTCC | ARTS III | ARTYMET | AS | A/S | ASA | ASAP | ASARS | ASAS | ASAT | ASB | ASBP | ASBPO | ASC | ASCC | ASCIET | ASCS | ASD(A&L) | ASD(C) | ASD(C3I) | ASD(FM&P) | ASD(FMP) | ASD(HA) | ASD(HD) | ASD(HD&ASA) | ASDI | ASDIA | ASD(ISA) | ASD(ISP) | ASD(LA) | ASD(NII) | ASD(P&L) | ASD(PA) | ASD(PA&E) | ASD(RA) | ASD(RSA) | ASD(S&R) | ASD(SO/LIC) | ASD(SO/LIC&IC) | ASE | ASF | ASG | ASH | ASI | ASIC | ASIF | ASL | ASM | ASMD | ASO | ASOC | ASOFDTG | ASPA | ASPP | ASPPO | ASR | ASSETREP | AST | ASTS | ASW | ASWBPL | ASWC | AT | At | ATA | ATAC | ATACC | ATACMS | ATACO | ATACS | ATAF | ATBM | ATC | ATCA | ATCAA | ATCALS | ATCC | ATCC-SSG | ATCRBS | ATCS | ATDL1 | ATDLS | ATDM | ATDS | ATEP | ATF | AT/FP | ATG | ATGM | ATH | ATHS | ATM | ATMCT | ATMP | ATN | ATO | ATOC | ATOCONF | ATP | ATR | ATS | ATSD(AE) | ATSD(IO) | ATSD(NCB) | ATT | ATTU | ATWG | AUEL | AUF | AUG | AUIC | AUTODIN | AUX | AV | AV-8 | AVDTG | AVGAS | AVIM | AVL | AVOU | AVOW | AVS | AVUM | AV/VI | AW | AWACS | AWADS | AWC | AWCAP | AWCCM | AWCM | AWDS | AWN | AWOL | AWS | AWSE | AWSIM | AWSR | AXP | AXX | AZR


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B | B&A | B-52 | BAF | BAG | BAH | BAI | BAS | BATF | B/B | BB | BBL | BC | BCA | BCAT | BCD | BCI | BCN | BCOC | BCR | BCT | BCTP | BCU | BDA | BDAREP | BDC | BDE | BDL | BDOC | BDR | BDRP | BDZ | BE | BEAR | BEE | BEN | BE number | BER | BES | BfV | BGC | BHR | BI | BIA | BIAS | BIDDS | BIDE | BIFC | BIH | BII | BINM | BIO | BISS | BIT | BITE | BIU | BKA | BL | BLCP | BLDREP | BLDSHIPREP | BLM | BLOS | BLS | BLT | BM | BMC4I | BMCT | BMD | BMDO | BMET | BMEWS | BMNT | BMU | BN | BND | BOA | BOC | BOCCA | BOG | BOH | BORFIC | BOS | BOSG | BOSS | BP | BPA | BPD | BPG | BPI | BPO | BPPBS | bps | BPSK | BPT | BPWRR | BPWRS | BR | BRAC | BRACE | BRC | BS | BSA | BSC | BSC ro | BSCT | BSD | BSI | BSP | BSSG | BSU | BT | BTB | BTC | BTG | BTOC | BTS | BTU | BULK | BUMEDINST | BVR | BW | BWC | BZ


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C | C&A | C&E | C&LAT | C-130 | C-141 | C-17 | C2 | C-21 | C-27 | C2-attack | C2E | C2IP | C2IPS | C2P | C2-protect | C2S | C-2X | C3 | C3AG | C3CM | C3I | C3IC | C3SMP | C4CM | C4I | C4IFTW | C4ISR | C4S | C4 systems | C-5 | CA | C/A | CAA | CAB | CAC | CACOM | CACTIS | CAD | CADRS | CADS | CAE | CAF | CAFMS | CAG | CAIMS | CAINS | CAL | CALA | CALCM | CALICS | CALMS | CAM | CAMPS | CAMT | CANA | CANADA COM | CANR | CANUS | CAO | CAOC | CAO SOP | CAP | CAR | CARDA | CARE | CARIBROC | CARP | CARS | CARVER | CAS | CASEVAC | CASF | CASP | CASPER | CASREP | CASREQ | CAT | CATCC | CATF | CAU | CAVU | CAW | CAW/ESS | CAX | C-B | CB | CBBLS | CBD | CBFS | CBIRF | CBLTU | CBMR | CBMU | CBP | CBP | CBPO | CBPS | CBR | CBRN | CBRNE | CBRT | CBS | CbT | CBT | CbT-RIF | CBTZ | CBU | CBW | C/C | CC | CC&D | CCA | CCAP | CCAS | CCAS-C | CCATT | CCB | CCC | CCD | CCDR | CCE | CCEB | CCF | CCG | CCGD | CCIB | CCIP | CCIR | CCIS | CCIU | CCJTF | CCL | CCLI | CCO | CCOI | CCP | CCPDS | CCRD | CCS | C-CS | CCSA | CCSD | CCT | CCTI | CCTV | CCW | CD | C-day | CDC | CDE | CDF | C di | CDI | CDIP | CDIPO | CDLMS | CDM | CDMGB | CDN | CDO | CDOC | CDOPS | CDP | CDR | CDRAFSOF | CDRARNORTH | CDRCFCOM | CDRESC | CDREUDAC | CDRFORSCOM | CDRG | CDRJSOTF | CDRL | CDRMTMC | CDRNORAD | CD-ROM | CDRTSOC | CDRUNC | CDRUSAINSCOM | CDRUSCENTCOM | CDRUSELEMNORAD | CDRUSEUCOM | CDRUSJFCOM | CDRUSNAVEUR | CDRUSNORTHCOM | CDRUSPACOM | CDRUSSOCOM | CDRUSSOUTHCOM | CDRUSSTRATCOM | CDRUSTRANSCOM | CDS | CDSO | CDSSC | CDU | C-E | CE | CEA | CEB | CEC | CECOM | CEDI | CEDREP | CEE | CEF | CEG | CEI | CEM | CEMC | CENTRIXS | CEOI | CEP | CEPOD | CERF | CERFP | CERT | CERTSUB | CES | CESE | CESG | CESO | CESPG | CEXC | CF | CFA | CFACC | CFB | CFC | CF-COP | CFL | CFM | CFO | CFR | CFS | CFSO | CFST | CG | CGAS | CGAUX | CGC | CGCAP | CGDEFOR | CGFMFLANT | CGFMFPAC | CGIS | CGLSMP | CGRS | CGS | CGUSAREUR | CH | CH-53 | CHAMPUS | CHARC | CHB | CHCS | CHCSS | CHE | CHET | CHOP | CHPPM | CHRIS | CHSTR | CHSTREP | CI | CIA | CIAP | CIAS | CIAT | CIB | CIC | CICA | CICAD | CID | CIDB | CIDC | CIE | CIEG/CIEL | CIF | CIFA | CIG | CIHO | CIIR | CI/KR | CIL | CILO | CIM | CIMIC | CIN | CIO | CIOTA | CIP | CIPSU | CIR | CIRM | CIRV | CIRVIS | CIS | CISD | CISO | CITP | CIV | CIVPOL | CIWG | CJ-4 | CJATF | CJB | CJCS | CJCSAN | CJCSI | CJCSM | CJDA | CJMAB | CJMAO | CJSOTF | CJTF | CJTF-CS | CJTF-NCR | C-JWICS | CKT | CL | CLA | CLD | CLEA | C-level | CLF | CLG | CLGP | CLIPS | CLPSB | CLS | CLSS | CLT | CLZ | Cm | CM | cm | CMA | CMAA | CMAH | CMAT | Cmc | CMC | CMD | CMHT | CMMA | CMO | CMOC | CMOS | CMP | CMPF | CMPT | CM R&A | CMRT | CMS | CMST | CMTS | CMTU | CMV | CMX | CN | CNA | CNAC | CNASP | CNC | CNCE | CND | CNE | CNGB | CNO | CNOG | CNRF | CNSG | CNTY | CNWDI | CO | COA | COAA | COAMPS | COB | COBOL | COC | CoC | COCOM | COD | COE | COF | COFC | COG | COGARD | COI | COIN | COLDS | COLISEUM | COLT | COM | COMACC | COMAFFOR | COMAFSOC | COMAJF | COMALF | COMALOC | COMARFOR | COMCAM | COMCARGRU | COMCEN | COMCRUDESGRU | COMDCAEUR | COMDESRON | COMDT COGARD | COMDTINST | COMICEDEFOR | COMIDEASTFOR | COMINEWARCOM | COMINT | COMJCSE | COMJIC | COMJSOTF | COMLANDFOR | COMLANTAREACOGARD | COMLOGGRU | COMM | COMMARFOR | COMMARFORNORTH | COMMDZ | COMMZ | COMNAV | COMNAVAIRLANT | COMNAVAIRPAC | COMNAVAIRSYSCOM | COMNAVCOMTELCOM | COMNAVFOR | COMNAVMETOCCOM | COMNAVSEASYSCOM | COMNAVSECGRP | COMNAVSURFLANT | COMNAVSURFPAC | COMP | COMPACAF | COMPACAREACOGARD | COMPACFLT | COMPASS | COMPES | COMPLAN | COMPUSEC | COMSAT | COMSC | COMSCINST | COMSEC | COMSOC | COMSOCCENT | COMSOCEUR | COMSOCPAC | COMSOCSOUTH | COMSOF | COMSTAT | COMSUBLANT | COMSUBPAC | COMSUPNAVFOR | COMTAC | COMUSAFE | COMUSARCENT | COMUSCENTAF | COMUSFLTFORCOM | COMUSFORAZ | COMUSJ | COMUSK | COMUSLANTFLT | COMUSMARCENT | COMUSNAVCENT | COMUSPACFLT | COMUSSOCJFCOM | CONCAP | CONEX | CONEXPLAN | CONOPS | CONPLAN | CONR | CONTRAIL | CONUS | CONUSA | COOP | COP | COP-CSE | COPE | COPG | COPPERHEAD | COPS | COR | CORE | COS | COSCOM | COSMIC | COSPAS | COSR | COT | COTHEN | COTP | COTS | COU | counter C3 | COVCOM | CP | CP&I | CPA | CPD | CPE | CPFL | CPG | CPI | CPIC | CPM | CPO | CPR | CPRC | CPS | CPT | CPU | CPX | CRA | CRAF | CRAM | CRB | CRC | CRD | CRE | CREST | CRF | CRG | CRI | CRIF | CRITIC | CRITICOMM | CRM | CrM | CRO | CROP | CRP | CRRC | CRS | CRSP | CRT | CRTS | CR-UAV | CRW | CRYPTO | CS | CSA | CSAAS | CSADR | CSAF | CSAM | CSAR | CSAR3 | CSARTE | CSARTF | CSB (ME) | CSC | CSCC | CSE | CSEL | CSEP | CSG | CSGN | CSH | CSI | CSIF | CSIPG | CSL | CSNP | CSNP(BE) | CSNP(I) | CSNP(SE) | CSO | CSOA | CSOB | CSOD | CSP | CSPAR | CSR | CSRF | CSS | CSSA | CSSC | CSSE | CSST | CSSU | CST | CSW | CT | CTA | CTAPS | CTC | CTF | CTG | CTID | CTL | CTM | CTOC | CTP | CTRIF | CTS | CTSS | CTU | CU | CUL | CULT | CV | CVAMP | CVBG | CVISC | CVN | CVR | CVS | CVSD | CVT | CVW | CVWC | CW | CWC | CWDE | CWO | CWP | CWPD | CWR | CWT | CY


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D | d | D&D | D&M | D&R | D3A | D/A | Da | DA | DA&M | DAA | DAADC(AMD) | DAAS | DAASO | DAB | DAC | DACB | DACG | DACM | DADCAP | DAF | DAFL | DAICC | DAL | DALIS | DALS | DAMA | DAMES | DAN | DAO | DAP | DAR | DARO | DART | DAS | DAS3 | DASA | DASC | DASC(A) | DASD | DASD-CN | DASD(H&RA) | DASD(I) | DASD(P&HA) | DASD(S&IO) | DASSS | DAT | DATT | DATU | dB | DBA | DBDB | DBG | DBI | DBMS | DBOF | DBSS | DBT | D/C | DC | DCA | DCAA | DCAM | DCC | DCCC | DCCEP | DCD | DCE | D-cell | DCGS | DCI | D/CI&SP | DCID | DCIIS | DCIO | DCIP | DCIS | DCJTF | DCM | DCMA | DCMC | DCMO | DCN | DCNO | DCO | DCP | DCPA | DCPG | DCR | DCS | DCSCU | DC/S for RA | DCSINT | DCSLOG | DCSOPS | DCSPER | DCST | DCTS | DD | DDA | D-day | DDC | DDCI | DDCI/CM | DDG | DDI | DDL | DDM | DDMA | DDMS | DDN | DDO | DDOC | DDP | DDR&E | DDRRR | DDS | DDS&T | DDSM | DDWSO | De | de | DE | DEA | dea | DEACN | DEAR | DEARAS | DeCA | DECL | DEFCON | DEFSMAC | DEL | DEMARC | de max | DEMIL | de min | de minimax | DeMS | DEMUX | DEP | DEP&S | DEPCJTF | DEPID | DEPMEDS | DepOpsDeps | DEPORD | DESC | DESCOM | DESIGAREA | DEST | DET | DETRESFA | DEW | DF | DFARS | DFAS | DFAS-DE | DFC | DFE | DFM | DFO | DFR | DFR/E | DFRIF | DFR/ME | DFSC | DFSP | DFT | DG | DGIAP | DGM | DGZ | DH | DHE | DHHS | DHM | DHMO | DHS | DI | DIA | DIAC | DIA/DHX | DIAM | DIAP | DIAR | DIB | DIBITS | DIBRS | DIBTS | DICO | DIDHS | DIDO | DIDS | DIEB | DIEPS | DIG | DIGO | DII | DII-COE | DIILS | DIJE | DILPA | DIMA | DIN | DINET | DINFOS | DIOC | DIPC | DIPFAC | DIPGM | DIRINT | DIRJIATF | DIRLAUTH | DIRM | DIRMOBFOR | DIRNSA | DIS | DISA | DISA-LO | DISANMOC | DISCOM | DISGM | DISN | DISN-E | DISO | DISP | DISUM | DITDS | DITSUM | DJIOC | DJS | DJSM | DJTFAC | DJTFS | DLA | DLAM | DLAR | DLEA | DLED | DLIS | DLP | DLPMA | DLQ | DLR | DLSA | DLSS | DLTM | DLTU | DM | dmax | DMB | DMC | DMD | DMDC | DME | DMI | DMIGS | dmin | DML | DMLSS | DMO | DMOS | DMPI | DMRD | DMRIS | DMS | DMSB | DMSM | DMSO | DMSP | DMSSC | DMT | DMU | DMZ | DN | DNA | DNAT | DNBI | DNBI casualty | DNC | DND | DNDO | DNGA | DNI | DNIF | DNMSP | DNSO | DNVT | DNY | DOA | DOB | DOC | DOCC | DOCDIV | DOCEX | DOCNET | DOD | DODAAC | DODAAD | DODAC DOD | DODD | DODDS | DODEX | DODFMR | DODI | DODIC | DODID | DODIIS | DODIPC | DODIPP | DOD-JIC | DODM | DOE | DOF | DOI | DOJ | DOL | DOM | DOMS | DON | DOPMA | DOR | DOS | DOT | DOTEO | DOTMLPF | DOW | DOX-T | DOY | dp | DP | DPA | DPAS | DPC | DPEC | DPG | DPI | dpi | DPICM | DPKO | DPLSM | DPM | DPMO | DPO | DPP | DPPDB | DPQ | DPR | DPRB | DPRE | DPS | DPSC | DPSK | DR | DRB | DRe | DRMD | DRMO | DRMS | DRO | DRSN | DRT | DRTC | DS | DSA | DSAA | DSAR | DSB | DSC | DSCA | DSCP | DSCR | DSCS | DSCSOC | DSDI | DSG | DSI | DSMAC | DSN | DSNET | DSNET-2 | DSO | DSOE | DSP | DSPD | DSPL | DSPS | DSR | DSS | DSSCS | DSSM | DSSO | DSSO | DSSR | DST | DSTP | DSTR | DSTS-G | DSVL | DSVT | DT | DTA | DTAM | DTD | DTE | DTED | DTG | DTIP | DTL | DTMF | DTMR | DTO | DTOC | DTR | DTRA | DTRACS | DTRATCA | DTS | DTTS | DUSD (CI&S) | DUSDL | DUSDP | DUSTWUN | DV | DVA | DVD | DVITS | DVOW | DVT | DWMCF | DWRIA | DWT | DWTS | DX | DZ | DZC | DZCO | DZSO | DZST | DZSTL


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E | E&DCP | E&E | E&EE | E&I | E&M | E1 | E2 | E3 | E4 | E5 | E-8C | ea | EA | EAC | EACS | EACT | EAD | EADS | EAES | EAF | EAI | EALT | EAM | EAP | EAP-CJCS | EARLY | E-ARTS | EASF | EAST | EASTPAC | EBCDIC | EBS | EC | ECAC | ECB | ECC | ECHA | ECM | ECN | ECO | ECOSOC | ECP | ECS | ECU | ED | EDA | EDC | EDD | EDI | EDSS | EE | EEA | EEBD | EECT | EED | EEFI | EEI | EELV | EEO | EEPROM | EER | EEZ | EFA | EFAC | EFD | EFST | EFT | EFTO | EGM | EGS | EH | EHCC | EHF | EHO | EHRA | EHSA | EHT | EI | EIA | EIS | ELBA | ELCAS | ELCAS(M) | ELCAS(NL) | ELD | ELECTRO-OPTINT | ELINT | ELIST | ELOS | ELPP | ELR | ELSEC | ELSET | ELT | ELV | ELVA | EM | EMAC | E-mail | EMALL | EMC | EMCON | EMCON orders | EMD | EME | EMEDS | EMF | EMI | EMIO | EMP | EMR hazards | EMS | EMSEC | EMT | EMV | ENCOM | ENDEX | ENL | ENSCE | ENWGS | EO | EOB | EOC | EOD | EOI | EO-IR | EOL | EOM | EOP | E-O TDA | EOW | EP | EPA | EPBX | EPF | EPH | EPIC | EPIRB | EPLO | EPROM | EPW | EPW/CI | ERC | ERDC | ERGM | ERO | ERRO | ERSD | ERT | ERT-A | ES | ESB | ESC | ESF | ESG | ESGN | ESI | ESK | ESM | ESO | ESOC | ESP | ESR | EST | ETA | ETAC | ETD | ETF | ETI | ETIC | ETM | ETPL | ETR | ETS | ETSS | ETX | EU | E-UAV | EUB | EURV | EUSA | EUSC | EUSCS | EVC | EVE | EW | EWC | EWCC | EWCS | EW/GCI | EWIR | EWO | EXCIMS | EXCOM | ExCom | EXDIR | EXDIR/ICA | EXECSEC | EXER | EXORD | EXPLAN | EZ | EZCO | EZM


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F | F&ES | F2T2EA | FA | FAA | FAAR | FAC | FAC(A) | FACE | FACSFAC | FAD | FAE | FALD | FAM | FAMP | FAO | FAPES | FAR | FARC | FARP | FAS | FASCAM | FAST | FAX | FB | FBI | FBIS | FBO | FC | FCA | FCC | FCE | FCG | FCM | FCO | FCP | FCT | FD | FDA | FDBM | FDC | FDESC | FDL | FDLP | FDM | FDO | FDR/FA | FDS | FDSL | FDSS | FDSSS | FDT | FDUL | FDX | FE | FEA | FEBA | FEC | FECC | FED-STD | FEK | FEMA | FEP | FEPP | FEST | FET | FEU | FEZ | FF | Ff | FFA | FFC | FFCC | FFD | FFE | FFG | FFH | FFH-net | FFHT-net | FFIR | FFP | FFTU | FG | FGMDSS | FGS | FH | FHA | FHC | F-hour | FHP | FHWA | FI | FIA | FIC | FID | FIDAF | FIE | FIFO | FIR | FIRCAP | FIS | FISC | FISINT | FISS | FIST | FIWC | FIXe | FLAR | FLENUMMETOCCEN | FLENUMMETOCDET | FLETC | FLIP | FLIR | FLITE | FLO/FLO | FLOLS | FLOT | FLP | FLS | FLSG | FLTSAT | FLTSATCOM | FM | FMA-net | FMAS | FMC | FMCH | FMCR | FMF | FMFP | FMI | FMID | FMO | FMP | FMS | FMSC | FMSCA | FMT-net | FN | FNMOC | FNMOD | FNOC | FNS | FO | FOB | FOC | FOD | FOFW | FOI | FOIA | FOIU | FOL | FON | FORSCOM | FORSTAT | FOS | FOT | FOUO | FOV | FP | FPA | FPC | FPD | FPF | FPM | FPO | FPOC | FPS | FPTAS | FPTS | FPWG | FR | FRA | FRAG | FRAGORD | FRC | FRD | FREQ | FRERP | FRF | FRMAC | FRN | FROG | FRP | FRRS | FS | fs | FSA | FSB | FSC | FSCC | FSCL | FSCM | FSCOORD | FSE | FSEM | FSK | FSN | FSO | FSS | FSSG | FSST | FST | FSU | FSW | ft | ft3 | FTC | FTCA | FTP | FTRG | FTS | FTU | FTX | FUAC | FUNCPLAN | F/V | Fv | FVT | FW | FWD | FWDA | FWF | FY | FYDP


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G-1 | G-2 | G-3 | G-4 | G-6 | G-7 | G/A | GA | GAA | GAMSS | GAO | GAR | GARS | GATB | GATES | GB | GBL | GBR | GBS | GBU | GC | GC3A | GC4A | GCA | GCC | GCCS | GCCS-A | GCCS-I3 | GCCS-J | GCCS-M | GCE | GCI | GCP | GCRI | GCS | GCSS | GD | GDF | GDIP | GDIPP | GDP | GDSS | GE | GEM | GENADMIN | GENSER | GENTEXT | GEO | GEOCODE | GEOFILE | GEOINT | GEOLOC | GEOREF | GF | GFE | GFI | GFM | GFMPL | GFOAR | GFU | GHz | GI&S | GIAC | GIC | GIE | GIG | GII | GIP | GIS | GLCM | GLINT | GLO | GLTD | GM | GMD | GMDSS | GMF | GMFP | GMI | GMR | GMT | GMTI | GNC | GND | GOCO | GOES | GOGO | GOS | GOSG | GOTS | GP | GPC | GPD | GPE | GPEE | GPL | GPM | GPMDM | GPMRC | GPS | GPW | GR | GRASP | GRCA | GRG | GRL | GRREG | GS | GSA | GSE | GSI | GSM | GSO | GSORTS | GSR | GS-R | GSSA | gt | GTAS | GTL | GTM | GTN | GUARD | GUARDS | G/VLLD | GW | GWC | GWEN | GWOT | GWS | GWS Sea


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H&I | H&S | HA | HAARS | HAB | HAC | HACC | HAHO | HALO | HAP | HAP-EP | HARM | HARP | HAST | HATR | HAZ | HAZMAT | HB | HBCT | HCA | HCAS | HCL | HCO | HCP | HCS | HCT | HD | HDC | HDCU | HDM | HDO | HDPLX | HE | HEAT | HEC | HEFOE | HEI | HEL-H | HEL-L | HEL-M | HELO | HEMP | HEMTT | HEO | HEPA | HERF | HERO | HERP | HET | HF | HFDF | HFRB | HH | HHD | H-hour | HHQ | HHS | HICAP | HIDACZ | HIDTA | HIFR | HIMAD | HIMARS | HIMEZ | HIRSS | HIV | HJ | HLPS | HLZ | HM | HMA | HMH | HMIS | HMLA | HMM | HMMWV | HMOD | HMW | HN | HNS | HNSA | HNSCC | HOB | HOC | HOCC | HOD | HOGE | HOIS | HOM | HOSTAC | HOTPHOTOREP | HPA | HPMSK | HPT | HPTL | HQ | HQCOMDT | HQDA | HQFM-net | HQFMT-net | HQMC | HR | HRB | HRC | HRJTF | HRO | HRP | HRS | HRT | HS | HSAC | HSAS | HSB | HSC | HSCDM | HSC/PC | HSC/PCC | HSD | HSE | HSEP | HSI | HSLS | HSM | HSPD | HSPR | HSS | HSSDB | HST | HT | HTERRCAS | HTG | HTH | HU | HUD | HUMINT | HUMRO | HUS | HVA | HVAA | HVAC | HVI | HVT | HW | HWM | Hz


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I | I&A | I&W | IA | IAC | IACG | IADB | IADS | IAEA | IAF | IAIP | IAMSAR | IAP | IAR | IASC | IATA | IATACS | IATO | IAVM | IAW | I/B | IBB | IBCT | IBES | IBM | IBS | IBU | IC | IC3 | ICAD | ICAO | ICBM | ICC | ICD | ICDC | ICE | ICEDEFOR | IC/EXCOM | ICF | ICG | ICIS | ICITAP | ICM | ICN | ICNIA | ICOD | ICODES | ICON | ICP | ICPC | ICR | ICRC | ICRI | ICS | ICSAR | ICSF | ICU | ICVA | ICW | ID | IDAD | IDB | IDCA | IDDF | IDEAS | IDEX | IDF | IDHS | IDM | IDNDR | IDO | IDP | IDRA | IDS | IDSS | IDT | IDZ | IEB | IED | IEDD | IEEE | IEL | IEMATS | IER | IES | IESS | IEW | IF | IFC | IFCS | IFF | IFFN | IFF/SIF | IFP | IFR | IFRC | IFSAR | IG | IGL | IGO | IGSM | IHADSS | IHC | IHO | IHS | IIB | IICL | III | IIM | IIP | IIR | IJC3S | IL | ILO | ILOC | ILS | IM | IMA | IMC | IMDC | IMDG | IMET | IMETS | IMF | IMI | IMINT | IMIT | IMLTU | IMM | IMMDELREQ | IMO | IMOSAR | IMOSS | IMP | IMPT | IMS | IMSU | IMU | IN | INCERFA | INCNR | INCSEA | IND | INF | INFLTREP | INFOCON | INFOSEC | ING | INID | INJILL | INL | INM | INMARSAT | INR | INREQ | INRP | INS | INSCOM | INTAC | INTACS | INTELSAT | INTELSITSUM | InterAction | INTERCO | INTERPOL | INTERPOL-USNCB | INTREP | INTSUM | INU | INV | INVOL | I/O | IO | IOC | IOI | IOM | IOP | IOSS | IOU | IOWG | IP | IPA | IPB | IPBD | IPC | IPDM | IPDP | IPDS | IPE | IPG | IPI | IPIR | IPL | IPO | IPOE | IPOM | IPP | IPR | IPRG | IPS | IPSG | IPSP | IPT | IR | I/R | IRAC | IRC | IRCCM | IRCM | IRDS | IRF | IRINT | IRISA | IRO | IR pointer | IRR | IRS | IRST | IRSTS | IRT | IS | ISA | ISAF | ISB | ISDB | ISE | ISG | ISMCS | ISMMP | ISO | ISOO | ISOPAK | ISOPREP | ISP | ISR | ISS | ISSA | ISSG | ISSM | ISSO | IST | IT | ITA | ITAC | ITALD | ITAR | ITF | ITG | ITO | ITRO | ITU | ITV | ITW/AA | IUWG | IV | IVR | IVSN | IW | IWC | IW-D | IWG | IWSC | IWW | IWWS


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J-1 | J-2 | J-2A | J2-CI | J-2J | J-2M | J-2O | J-2P | J-2T | J-2T | J-2T-1 | J-2T-2 | J-2X | J-3 | J-4 | J-5 | J-6 | J-7 | J-7/JED | J-8 | J-9 | JA | J-A | JAAP | JAAR | JAARS | JAAT | JA/ATT | JAC | JACC | JACCC | JACC/CP | JACE | JACS | JADO | JADOCS | JAFWIN | JAG | JAGMAN | JAI | JAIC | JAIEG | JAMPS | JANAP | JAO | JAOC | JAOP | JAPO | JAR | JARB | JARCC | JARS | JASC | JASSM | JAT | JATACS | JATF | JAT Guide | JAWS | JBP | JBPO | JC2WC | JCA | JCASREP | JCAT | JCC | JCCB | JCCC | JCCP | JCE | JCEOI | JCET | JCEWR | JCEWS | JCGRO | JCIDO | JCIOC | JCISA | JCISB | JCLL | JCMA | JCMB | JCMC | JCMEB | JCMEC | JCMO | JCMOTF | JCMPO | JCMT | JCN | JCS | JCSAN | JCSAR | JCSC | JCSE | JCSM | JCSP | JCSS | JCTN | JDA | JDAAP | JDAL | JDAM | JDAMIS | JDC | JDD | JDDC | JDDOC | JDEC | JDEIS | JDIG | JDISS | JDN | JDNO | JDOG | JDOMS | JDPC | JDPO | JDSS | JDSSC | JDST | JDTC | JE | JEAP | JECG | JECPO | JEDD | JEEP | JEL | JEM | JEMB | JEMP | JEPES | JET | JEWC | JEZ | JFA | JFACC | JFAST | JFC | JFCC | JFCC-IMD | JFCC-ISR | JFCH | JFE | JFHQ | JFHQ - NCR | JFHQ - State | JFIIT | JFIP | JFLCC | JFMC | JFMCC | JFMO | JFO | JFP | JFRB | JFRG | JFRG II | JFS | JFSOC | JFSOCC | JFTR | JFUB | JGAT | JI | JIACG | JIADS | JIATF | JIATF-E | JIATF-S | JIATF-W | JIB | JIC | JICC | JICO | JICPAC | JICTRANS | JIDC | JIEO | JIEP | JIES | JIG | JILE | JIMB | JIMP | JIMPP | JIMS | JINTACCS | JIO | JIOC | JIOCPAC | JIOC-SOUTH | JIOC TRANS | JIOP | JIOP-MTF | JIOWC | JIPB | JIPC | JIPCL | JIPOE | JIPTL | JIS | JISE | JITC | JITF-CT | JIVA | JKDDC | JLCC | JLLP | JLNCHREP | JLOC | JLOTS | JLRC | JLSB | JLSE | JM&S | JMAARS | JMAG | JMAO | JMAR | JMAS | JMAT | JMC | JMCG | JMCIS | JMCOMS | JMD | JMeDSAF | JMEM | JMEM-SO | JMET | JMETL | JMFU | JMIC | JMICS | JMIE | JMIP | JMITC | JMLO | JMMC | JMMT | JMNA | JMO | JMO(AIR) | JMOC | JMP | JMPA | JMPAB | JMRC | JMRO | JMRR | JMSEP | JMSWG | JMT | JMTCA | JMTCSS | JMUA | JMV | JMWG | JNACC | JNCC | JNOCC | JNPE | JOA | JOAF | JOC | JOCC | JOG | JOGS | JOPES | JOPESIR | JOPESREP | JOPP | JOR | JORD | JOSG | JOT&E | JOTS | JP | JPAC | JPAG | JPASE | JPATS | JPAV | JPC | JPD | JPEC | JPERSTAT | JPG | JPME | JPMRC | JPMT | JPN | JPO | JPOC | JPOI | JPOM | JPO-STC | JPOTF | JPOTG | JPRA | JPRC | JPRSP | JPS | JPTTA | JQR | JQRR | JRADS | JRB | JRC | JRCC | JRERP | JRFL | JRG | JRIC | JRMB | JROC | JRS | JRSC | JRSOI | JRTC | JRX | JS | JSA | JSAC | JSAM | JSAN | JSAP | JSAS | JSC | JSCAT | JSCC | JSCM | JSCP | JSDS | J-SEAD | JSEC | JSIDS | JSIR | JSISC | JSIT | JSIVA | JSM | JSME | JSMS | JSO | JSOA | JSOAC | JSOACC | JSOC | JSOFI | JSOTF | JSOW | JSPA | JSPD | JSPDSA | JSPOC | JSPS | JSR | JSRC | JSS | JSSA | JSSIS | JSST | JSTAR | JSTARS | JSTE | JT&E | JTA | JTAC | JTADS | JTAGS | JTAO | JTAR | JTASC | JTASG | JTAV | JTAV-IT | JTB | JTC | JTCB | JTCC | JTCG/ME | JTD | JTDC | JTF | JTF-6 | JTF-AK | JTF-B | JTFCEM | JTF-CM | JTF-CS | JTF-GNO | JTF-GTMO | JTF-HD | JTF HQ | JTF-MAO | JTF-N | JTFP | JTFS | JTF-State | JTIC | JTIDS | JTL | JTLM | JTLS | JTM | JTMD | JTMP | JTMS | JTP | JTR | JTRB | JTS | JTSG | JTSSCCB | JTSST | JTT | JTTF | JUH-MTF | JUIC | JULL | JULLS | JUO | JUSMAG | JUWTF | JV | JV 2020 | JVB | JVIDS | JVSEAS | JWAC | JWARS | JWC | JWCA | JWFC | JWG | JWICS | JWID


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Ka | KAL | KAPP | kb | kbps | KC-135 | KDE | KEK | KG | kg | kHz | KIA | K-Kill | km | KMC | KNP | KP | kph | KQ | kt | Ku | kVA | KVG | kW | KWOC


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L | l | LA | LAADS | LAAM | LABS | LACH | LACV | LAD | LAMPS | LAN | LANDCENT | LANDSAT | LANDSOUTH | LANTIRN | LAO | LAPES | LARC | LARC-V | LARS | LASH | LASINT | LAT | LAV | lb | LBR | LC | LCAC | LCAP | LCB | LCC | LCCS | LCE | LCES | LCM | LCO | LCP | LCPL | LCU | LCVP | LD | LDA | LDF | LDI | LDO | LDR | LE | LEA | LEAP | LEASAT | LEAU | LECIC | LED | LEDET | LEGAT | LEO | LEP | LERSM | LERTCON | LES | LESO | LET | LF | LFA | LFORM | LFSP | LfV | LG | LGB | LGM | LGM-30 | LGW | LHA | LHD | L-hour | LHT | LIDAR | LIF | LIMDIS | LIMFAC | LIPS | LIS | LIWA | LKA | LKG | LKP | LL | LLLGB | LLLTV | LLSO | LLTR | LM | LMARS | LMAV | LMF | LMSR | LMW | LN | LNA | LNO | LO | LOA | LOAC | LOAL | LOBL | LOC | LOC ACC | LOCAP | LOCE | LOE | LOG | LOGAIR | LOGAIS | LOGCAP | LOGCAT | LOGDET | LOGEX | LOGFAC | LOGFOR | LOGMARS | LOGMOD | LOGPLAN | LOGSAFE | LOI | LO/LO | LOMEZ | LONG | LOO | LOP | LORAN | LO/RO | LOROP | LOS | LOTS | LOX | LP | LPD | LPH | LPI | LPSB | LPU | LPV | LRC | LRD | LRF | LRF/D | LRG | LRM | LRP | LRRP | LRS | LRST | LRSU | LSA | LSB | LSCDM | LSD | LSE | LSO | LSPR | LSS | LST | LSV | LT | L/T | LTD | LTD/R | LTF | LTG | LTON | LTS | LTT | LTU | LUA | LUT | LVS | LW | LWR | LZ | LZCO


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M&S | M88A1 | mA | MA | MAAG | MAAP | MAC | MACA | MACB | MACCS | MACDIS | MACG | MACOM | MACP | MACSAT | MAD | MADCP | MAEB | MAEF | MAF | MAFC | MAG | MAGTF | MAGTFACE | MAJCOM | MANFOR | MANPADS | MANPER | MAOC-N | MAP | MAR | MARAD | MARCORMATCOM | MARDIV | MARFOR | MARFOREUR | MARFORLANT | MARFORNORTH | MARFORPAC | MARFORSOUTH | MARINCEN | MARLO | MAROP | MARPOL | MARS | MARSA | MARSOC | MARSOF | MART | MASCAL | MASF | MASH | MASINT | MASLO | MAST | MAT | MATCALS | M/ATMP | MAW | MAX | MAXORD | MB | MBA | MBBLs | MBCDM | MBI | Mbps | Mbs | MC | MC-130 | MCA | MCAP | MCAS | MCB | MCBAT | MCC | MCCC | MCCDC | MCCISWG | MCD | MCDA | MCDP | MCDS | MCEB | MCEWG | MC/FI | MCIA | MCIO | MCIP | MCM | MCMC | MCMG | MCMO | MCMOPS | MCMREP | M/CM/S | MCO | MCOO | MCRP | MCS | MCSF | MCSFB | MCT | MCTC | MCTFT | MCU | MCW | MCWP | MCX | MDA | M-DARC | M-day | MDCI | MDDOC | MDF | MDITDS | MDMA | MDR | MDRO | MDS | MDSS II | MDSU | MDW | MDZ | MEA | MEB | MEBU | MEC | ME/C | MED | MEDAL | MEDCAP | MEDCC | MEDCOM | MEDEVAC | MEDINT | MEDLOG | MEDLOGCO | MEDLOG JR | MEDMOB | MEDNEO | MEDREG | MEDREGREP | MEDRETE | MEDS | MEDSOM | MEDSTAT | MEF | MEF(FWD) | MEFPAKA | MEL | MEO | MEP | MEPCOM | MEPES | MEPRS | MERCO | MERINT | MERSHIPS | MES | MESAR | MET | METAR | METARS | METCON | METL | METMF | METMF(R) | METOC | METSAT | METT-T | METT-TC | MEU | MEU(SOC) | MEVA | MEWSG | MEZ | MF | MFC | MFDS | MFE | MFFIMS | MFO | MFP | MFPC | MFPF | MFS | MGB | MGM | MGRS | MGS | MGT | MHC | MHE | MHU | MHW | MHz | MI | MIA | MIAC | MIB | MIC | MICAP | MICON | MICRO-MICS | MICRO-SNAP | MIDB | MIDDS-T | MIF | MIIDS/IDB | MIJI | MILALOC | MILCON | MILDEC | MILDEP | MILGP | MILOB | MILOC | MILPERS | MILSATCOM | MILSPEC | MILSTAMP | MILSTAR | MIL-STD | MILSTRAP | MILSTRIP | MILTECH | MILU | MILVAN | MIM | MIMP | MINEOPS | MIO | MIO-9 | MIP | MIPE | MIPOE | MIPR | MIS | MISCAP | MISREP | MISS | MIST | MITASK | MITO | MITT | MIUW | MIUWU | MIW | MJCS | MJLC | M-Kill | MLA | MLAYREP | MLC | MLE | MLEA | MLI | MLMC | MLO | MLP | MLPP | MLPS | MLRS | MLS | MLW | MMAC | MMC | MMG | MMI | MMLS | MMS | MMT | MNCC | MNF | MNFACC | MNFC | MNFLCC | MNFMCC | MNFSOCC | MNL | MNLC | MNP | MNS | MNTF | MO | MOA | MOADS | MOB | MOBCON | MOBREP | MOC | MOCC | MOD | MODEM | MODLOC | MOD T-AGOS | MOE | MOG | MOGAS | MOLE | MOM | MOMAT | MOMSS | MOP | MOPP | MOR | MOS | MOTR | MOU | MOUT | MOVREP | MOW | MP | MPA | MPAT | MPC | MPE/S | MPF | MPG | mph | MPLAN | MPM | MPO | MPR | MPRS | MPS | MPSA | MPSRON | MR | MRAALS | MRAT | MRCI | MRE | MRG | MRI | MRMC | MRO | MROC | MRR | MRRR | MRS | MRSA | MRT | MRU | MS | ms | MSC | MSCA | MSCD | MSCLEA | MSCO | MSD | MS-DOS | MSDS | MSE | MSECR | MSEL | MSF | MSG | MSGID | MSHARPP | MSI | MSIC | MSIS | MSK | MSL | MSNAP | MSO | MSOC | MSP | MSPES | MSPF | MSPS | MSR | MSRR | MSRV | MSS | MSSG | MST | M/T | MT | MTA | MTAC | MTBF | MT Bn | MT/D | MTF | MTG | MTI | MTIC | MTL | MTMS | MTN | MTO | MTOE | MTON | MTP | MTS | MTS/SOF-IRIS | MTT | MTW | MTX | MU | MUL | MULE | MUREP | MUSARC | MUSE | MUST | MUX | MV | mV | MWBP | MWC | MWD | MWDT | MWF | MWG | MWOD | MWR | MWSG | MWSS


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N | N-1 | N-2 | N-3 | N-4 | N-5 | N-6 | NAAG | NAC | NACE | NACISA | NACISC | NACSEM | NACSI | NACSIM | NADEFCOL | NADEP | NAEC-ENG | NAF | NAFAG | NAI | NAIC | NAK | NALC | NALE | NALSS | NAMP | NAMS | NAMTO | NAOC | NAPCAP | NAPMA | NAPMIS | NAR | NARAC | NARC | NAS | NASA | NASAR | NAS computer | NASIC | NAT | NATO | NATOPS | NAU | NAVAID | NAVAIDS | NAVAIR | NAVAIRSYSCOM | NAVATAC | NAVCHAPDET | NAVCHAPGRU | NAVCOMSTA | NAVEODTECHDIV | NAVEURMETOCCEN | NAVFAC | NAVFACENGCOM | NAVFAC-X | NAVFAX | NAVFOR | NAVICECEN | NAVLANTMETOCCEN | NAVMAG | NAVMED | NAVMEDCOMINST | NAVMEDLOGCOM | NAVMEDP | NAVMETOCCOM | NAVMTO | NAVOCEANO | NAVORD | NAVORDSTA | NAVPACMETOCCEN | NAVSAFECEN | NAVSAT | NAVSEA | NAVSEAINST | NAVSEALOGCEN | NAVSEASYSCOM | NAVSO | NAVSOC | NAVSOF | NAVSPACECOM | NAVSPECWARCOM | NAVSPOC | NAVSUP | NAVSUPINST | NAWCAD | NB | NBC | NBCCS | NBDP | NBG | NBI | NBS | NBST | NBVC | NC3A | NCAA | NCAGS | NCAPS | NCB | NCC | NCCS | NCD | NCDC | NCESGR | NCF | NCFSU | NCHB | NCHF | NCI&KA | NCIC | NCIS | NCISRA | NCISRO | NCISRU | NCIX | NCMP | NCO | NCOB | NCOIC | NCOS | NCP | NCR | NCRCC | NCRCG | NCRDEF | NCR-IADS | NCS | NCSC | NCSE | NCT | NCTAMS | NCTC | NCTC | NCTS | NCW | NCWC | NCWS | NDA | NDAA | NDAF | N-day | NDB | NDCS | NDDOC | NDHQ | NDIC | NDL | NDMC | NDMS | NDOC | NDP | NDPB | NDPC | NDRF | NDS | NDSF | NDU | NEA | NEAT | NEMT | NEO | NEOCC | NEPA | NEREP | NES | NESDIS | NEST | NETOPS | NETS | NETT | NEW | NEWAC | NEWCS | NEXCOM | NFA | NFD | NFELC | NFESC | NFI | NFIB | NFIP | NFLIR | NFLS | NFN | NFO | NG | NGA | NGB | NGB-OC | NGF | NGFS | NGIC | NGLO | NGO | NGP | NGRF | NHCS | NI | NIBRS | NIC | NICCP | NICI | NID | NIDMS | NIDS | NIE | NIEX | NIEXPG | NIFC | NII | NIIB | NIL | NIMCAMP | NIMS | NIP | NIPRNET | NIPS | NIRT | NISH | NISP | NIST | NITES | NITF | NIU | NIWA | NL | NLO | NLT | NLW | nm | NM | NMAWC | NMB | NMCB | NMCC | NMCM | NMCS | NMD | NMEC | NMET | NMFS | NMIC | NMIST | NMOC | NMOSW | NMP | NMPS | NMR | NMRC | NMS | NMSA | NMS-CO | NNAG | NOAA | NOACT | NOC | NOCONTRACT | NODDS | NOE | NOEA | NOFORN | NOG | NOGAPS | NOHD | NOIC | NOK | NOMS | NOP | NOPLAN | NORAD | NORM | NORS | NOSC | NOTAM | NOTMAR | NP | NPC | NPES | NPG | NPS | NPT | NPWIC | NQ | NR | NRC | NRCC | NRCHB | NRCHF | NRCHTB | NRFI | NRG | NRL | NRO | NROC | NRP | NRPC | NRT | NRTD | NRZ | NS | NSA | NSA/CSS | NSAWC | NSC | NSC/DC | NSCID | NSC/IWG | NSC/PC | NSC/PCC | NSCS | NSCT1 | NSD | NSDA | NSDD | NSDM | NSDS-E | NSE | NSEP | NSF | NSFS | NSG | NSGI | NSHS | NSI | NSL | NSM | NSMS | NSN | NSNF | NSO | NSOC | NSOOC | NSP | N-Sp/CC | NSPD | NSRL | NSS | NSSA | NSSCS | NSSE | NSST | NST | NSTAC | NSTISSC | NSTL | NSTS | NSW | NSWCOM | NSWG | NSWTE | NSWTF | NSWTG | NSWTU | NSWU | NT | NTACS | NTAP | NTB | NTBC | NTC | NTCS-A | NTDS | NTF | N-TFS | NTIC | NTISS | NTISSI | NTISSP | NTMPDE | NTMS | NTPS | NTS | NTSB | NTSS | NTTP | NTU | NUC | NUCINT | NUDET | NUDETS | NUFEA | NUP | NURC | NURP | NUWEP | NVD | NVDT | NVG | NVS | NW | NWARS | NWB | NWBLTU | NWDC | NWFP | NWP | NWREP | NWS | NWT


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O | O&I | O&M | OA | OADR | OAE | OAF | OAFME | OAG | OAJCG | OAP | OAR | OAS | OASD | OASD(PA) | OAU | O/B | OB | OBA | OBFS | OBST | OBSTINTEL | OC | OCA | OCC | OCCA | OCD | OCDETF | OCE | OCEANCON | OCHA | OCJCS | OCMI | OCO | OCONUS | OCOP | OCP | OCR | OCU | OCU-1 | OD | ODA | ODATE | O-Day | ODB | ODC | ODCSLOG | ODCSOPS | ODCSPER | ODIN | ODJS | ODR | ODZ | OEBGD | OEF | OEG | OEH | OEM | OER | OES | OET | OF | OFCO | OFDA | OFHIS | OFOESA | OGA | OGS | OH | OI | OI&A | OIC | OICC | OID | OIF | OIR | OCJCS-PA | OJT | OL | OLD | OLS | OM | OMA | OMB | OMC | OMF | OMS | OMT | OMT/OMTP | ONDCP | ONE | ONI | OOB | OOD | OODA | OOS | OP | OP3 | OPARS | OPBAT | OPCEN | OPCOM | OPCON | OPDEC | OPDOC | OPDS | OPELINT | OPFOR | OPG | OPGEN | OPLAN | OPLAW | OPM | OPNAVINST | OPORD | OPP | OPR | OPREP | OPS | OPSCOM | OPSDEPS | OPSEC | OPSTK | OPSUM | OPT | OPTAR | OPTASK | OPTASKLINK | OPTEMPO | OPTINT | OPZONE | OR | ORBAT | ORCON | ORD | ORDREF | ORDTYP | ORG | ORIG | ORM | ORP | OS | OSA | OSAT | OSC | OSCE | OSD | OSE | OSG | OSI | OSIA | OSINT | OSIS | OSO | OSOCC | OSP | OSPG | OSRI | OSV | OT | OT&E | OTC | OTG | OTH | OTH-B | OTHT | OTI | OTS | OUB | OUSD | OUSD(AT&L) | OUSD(C) | OUSD(P) | OUT | OVE | OVER | OVM | OW


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P | PA | PAA | PABX | PACAF | PAD | PADD | PADS | PAG | PAI | PAL | PALS | PAM | PaM | PANS | PAO | PAR | PARC | PARKHILL | PARPRO | PAS | PAT | PAV | PAWS | PAX | PB | PBA | PBCR | PBD | Pc | PC | P,C,&H | PCA | PCC | PCF | PCL | PC-LITE | PCM | PCO | PCRTS | PCS | PCT | PCTC | PCZ | Pd | PD | PDA | PDAI | PDD | PDDA | PDDG | PDG | PDM | PDOP | PDS | PDUSD(P&R) | PE | PEAD | PEAS | PEC | PECK | PECP | PEDB | PEGEO | PEI | PEM | PEO | PEP | PER | PERE | PERID | PERINTSUM | PERMREP | PERSCO | PERSCOM | PERSINS | PES | PFA | PFD | PFDB | PFIAB | PFID | PFO | PFP | PGM | pH | PHIBCB | PHIBGRU | PHIBOP | PHIBRON | PHO | PHOTINT | PHS | PI | PIC | PID | PIDD | PIF | PII | PIM | PIN | PINS | PIO | PIPS | PIR | PIRAZ | PIREP | PIW | PJ | PK | PKG-POL | PKI | PKO | PKP | PL | PLA | PLAD | PLANORD | PLAT | PLB | PLC | PLGR | PLL | PLL/ASL | PLRS | PLS | PLT | PM | PMA | PMAA | PMAI | PMC | P/M/C | PMCM | PMCS | PMCT | PMD | PME | PMEL | PMGM | PMI | PMIS | PMN | PMO | PMOS | PMR | PMRC | PMS | PN | PNID | PNVS | P/O | PO | POA | POADS | POAI | POAS | POAT | POB | POC | POCD | POD | POE | POF | POG | POI | POL | POLAD | POLCAP | POLMIL | POM | POMCUS | POMSO | POP | POPS | POR | PORTS | PORTSIM | POS | POSF | POSSUB | POSTMOB | POTF | POTG | POTUS | POV | POW | p-p | P/P | PPA | PPAG | PPBE | PPD | PPDB | PPE | PPF | Pplan | PPLI | ppm | PPP | PPR | PPS | PR | PRA | PRANG | PRBS | PRC | PRCC | PRD | PRDO | PRECOM | PREMOB | PREPO | PREREP | PRF | PRG | PRI | PRIFLY | Prime BEEF | PRISM | PRM | PRMFL | PRMS | PRN | PRO | PROBSUB | PROC | PROFIS | PROM | PROPIN | PROVORG | proword | PRP | PRRIS | PRSL | PRT | PRTF | PRU | PS | PSA | PSB | PSC | PSD | PSE | PS/HD | PSHDGRU | PSI | psi | PSK | PSL | PSMS | PSN | PSO | PSP | PSPS | PSS | P-STATIC | PSTN | PSU | PSV | PSYOP | PTA | PTAI | PTC | PTDO | PTT | PTTI | pub | PUK | PUL | PV | PVNTMED | PVT | PW | pW | PWB | PWD | PWF | PWIS | PWR | PWRMR | PWRMS | PWRR | PWRS | PZ


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QA | QAM | QAT | QC | QD | QDR | QEEM | QHDA | QM | QPSK | QRA | QRCT | QRE | QRF | QRG | QRG | QRP | QRS | QRSA | QRT | QS | Q-ship | QSR | QSTAG | QTY | QUADCON


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R | R&D | R&R | R&S | R2P2 | RA | RAA | RABFAC | RAC | RAC-OT | RADAREXREP | RADAY | RADBN | RADC | RADCON | RADF | RADHAZ | RADINT | RADS | RAE | RAF | R-AFF | RAM | RAMCC | RAOB | RAOC | RAP | RAS | RAST | RASU | RATT | RB | RBC | RBE | RBECS | RBI | RB std | RC | RCA | RCAT | RCC | RCCPDS | RCEM | RCHB | RCIED | RCM | RCMP | RC NORTH | RCO | RCP | RCS | RC SOUTH | RCSP | RCT | RCTA | RCU | RCVR | RD | RDA | R-day | RDCFP | RDD | RDECOM | RDF | RDO | RDT&E | REACT | REAC/TS | READY | RECA | RECAS | RECAT | RECCE | RECCEXREP | RECMOB | RECON | RED HORSE | REF | REGT | REL | RELCAN | REM | REMT | REMUS | REPOL | REPSHIP | REPUNIT | REQCONF | REQSTATASK | RESA | RESCAP | RESCORT | RESPROD | RET | RF | RFA | RFC | RFD | RF/EMPINT | RFF | RFI | RFID | RFL | RFP | RFS | RFW | RG | RGR | RGS | RH | Rh | RHIB | RI | RIB | RIC | RICO | RIG | RIK | RIMS | RINT | RIP | RIS | RISOP | RISTA | RIT | RJTD | RLD | RLE | RLG | RLGM | RLGM/CD | RLP | RM | RMC | RMKS | RMO | RMP | RMS | RMU | RNAV | RNP | R/O | Ro | ROA | ROC | ROCU | ROE | ROEX | ROG | ROICC | ROK | ROM | RON | RO/RO | ROS | ROTC | ROTHR | ROWPU | ROZ | RP | RPPO | RPT | RPTOR | RPV | RQMT | RQT | RR | RRC | RRCC | RRDF | RRF | RRPP | RS | RSA | RSC | RSD | RSE | RSG | RSI | RSL | RSN | RSO | RSOC | RSOI | RSP | RSPA | RSS | RSSC | RSSC-LO | RST | RSTA | RSTV | RSU | R/T | RT | RTA | RTB | RTCC | RTCH | RTD | RTF | RTFL | RTG | RTL | RTLP | RTM | RTOC | RTS | RTTY | RU | RUF | RUIC | RUSCOM | RV | RVR | RVT | RWCM | RWI | RWR | RWS | RX | RZ


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S&F | S&M | S&R | S&T | S&TI | S-2 | S-3 | S-4 | SA | SAA | SAAF | SAAFR | SAAM | SAB | SABER | SAC | SACC | SACEUR | SACLANT | SACS | SACT | SADC | SADL | SAF | SAFE | SAFE | SAFE-CP | SAFWIN | SAG | SAI | SAL | SAL-GP | SALM | SALT | SALTS | SALUTE | SAM | SAMM | SAMS | SAO | SAOC | SAP | SAPI | SAPO | SAPR | SAR | SARC | SARDOT | SARIR | SARMIS | SARNEG | SARREQ | SARSAT | SARSIT | SARTEL | SARTF | SAS | SASP | SASS | SASSY | SAT | SATCOM | SAU | SAW | SB | SBCT | SBIRS | SBL | SBPO | SBR | SBRPT | SBS | SBSO | SBSS | SBT | SBU | SC | SCA | SCAR | SCAS | SCATANA | SC ATLANTIC | SCATMINE | SCATMINEWARN | SCC | SCDL | SCE | SC EUROPE | SCF(UK) | SCF(US) | SCG | SCI | SCIF | SCL | SCM | SCMP | SCNE | SCO | SCOC | SCONUM | SCP | SCPT | SCRB | SCT | SCTIS | SCTS | SCT-UR | SCUD | SDA | S-day | SDB | SDDC | SDDCTEA | SDF | SDIO | SDLS | SDMX | SDN | SDNRIU | SDO | SDP | SDR | SDSG | SDSM | SDV | SEA | SEABEE | SEAD | SEAL | SEAVAN | SEC | SECAF | SECARMY | SecDef | SECDHS | SECNAV | SECNAVINST | SECOMP | SECORD | SECRA | SECSTATE | SECTRANS | SED | SEDAS | SEF | SEHS | SEI | SEL REL | SELRES | SEMA | SEMS | SEO/SEP | SEP | SEPLO | SERE | SERER | SES | SETA | SEW | S/EWCC | SEWG | S/EWOC | SEWS | SF | SFAF | SFCP | SFG | SFI | SFLEO | SFMS | SFOB | SFOD-A/B/C | SFOR | SFS | SG | SGEMP | SGSA | SGSI | SHAPE | SHD | SHF | SHORAD | SHORADEZ | SI | SIA | SIAGL | SIC | SICO | SICR | SID | SIDAC | SIDL | SIDS | SIF | SIG | SIGINT | SIGSEC | SII | SIM | SIMLM | SINCGARS | SINS | SIO | SIOP | SIOP-ESI | SIPRNET | SIR | SIRADS | SIRMO | SIS | SIT | SITLM | SITREP | SIV | SJA | SJFHQ | SJFHQ(CE) | SJFHQ-N | SJS | SKE | SL | SLA | SLAM | SLAR | SLBM | SLC | SLCM | SLCP | SLD | SLEP | SLGR | SLIT | SLO | SLOC | SLP | SLRP | SLWT | SM | SMART | SMART-AIT | SMC | SMCA | SMCC | SMCM | SMCOO | SMCR | SMD | SMDC | SME | SMEB | SMEO | SMFT | SMI | SMIO | SMO | SMP | SMPT | SMRI | SMS | SMTP | SMU | S/N | SNCO | SNF | SNIE | SNLC | SNM | SNOI | SO | SOA | SOAF | SOC | SOCA | SOCC | SOCCE | SOCCENT | SOCCET | SOCCT | SOCEUR | SOCEX | SOCJFCOM | SOCOORD | SOCP | SOCPAC | SOCRATES | SOCSOUTH | SOD | SODARS | SOE | SOF | SOFLAM | SOFME | SOFSA | SOG | SOI | SOIC | SOLAS | SOLE | SOLIS | SOLL | SOM | SOMA | SOMPF | SONMET | SoO | SOOP | SOP | SOPA | SO-peculiar | SOR | SORTIEALOT | SORTS || SOSB | SOSC | SOSCOM | SOSE | SOSG | SOSR | SOTA | SOTAC | SOTF | SOTSE | SOUTHAF | SOUTHROC | SOW | SOWT | SOWT/TE | SP | SPA | SPACEAF | SPACECON | SPCC | SPEAR | SPEC | SPECAT | SPECWAR | SPG | SPI | SPINS | SPINTCOMM | SPIREP | SPLX | SPM | SPMAGTF | SPO | SPOC | SPOD | SPOE | SPOTREP | SPP | SPR | SPRINT | SPS | SPSC | SPTCONF | SPTD CMD | SPTG CMD | SPTREQ | sqft | SR | SRA | SRAM | SRB | SRBM | SRC | SRCC | SRF | SRG | SRI | SRIG | SROC | SROE | SRP | SRP/PDS | SRR | SRS | SRSG | SRT | SRTD | S/RTF | SRU | SR-UAV | SRUF | SRWBR | S/S | SS | SSA | SSB | SSBN | SSB-SC | SSC | SSCO | SSCRA | SSE | SSF | SSI | SSM | SSMI | SSMS | SSN | SS (number) | SSO | SSP | SSPM | SSPO | SSS | SSSC | SST | SSTR | S/T | ST | ST&E | STA | STAB | STA clk | STAMMIS | STAMP | STANAG | STANAVFORLANT | STAR | STARC | START | STARTEX | STB | STC | STD | STDM | STE | STEL STU III | STEP | STG | STICS | STO | STOC | STOD | STOL | STOMPS | STON | STOVL | STP | STR | STRAPP | STRATOPS | STREAM | STS | STT | STU | STU-III | STW | STWC | STX | SU | SUBJ | sub-JIB | SUBOPAUTH | sub-PIC | SUBROC | SUC | SUIC | SUMMITS | SUPE | SURG | SUROBS | SURPIC | SUW | SUWC | S/V | SVC | SVIP | SVLTU | SVR | SVS | Sw | SWA | SWAT | SWBD | SWC | SWI | SWO | SWORD | SWSOCC | SWXS | SYDP | SYG | SYNC | SYS | SYSCON | SZ


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T | T&DE | T&E | T2 | TA | TAA | TAACOM | TAADS | TAAMDCOORD | TAB | TAC | TAC(A) | TACAIR | TACAMO | TACAN | TACC | TAC-D | TACDAR | TACINTEL | TACLAN | TACLOG | TACM | TACO | TACON | TACOPDAT | TA/CP | TACP | TACRON | TACS | T-ACS | TACSAT | TACSIM | TACSTANS | TACT | TACTRAGRULANT | TAD | TADC | TADCS | TADIL | TADL | TADS | TAES | TAF | TAFDS | TAFIM | TAFS | TAFT | TAG | T-AGOS | TAGS | T-AH | TAI | TAIS | TAK | T-AKR | TALCE | TALD | TALON | TAMCA | TAMCO | TAMD | TAMMC | TAMMIS | TAMS | tanalt | TAO | TAOC | TAP | TAR | TARBS | TARBUL | TARE | TAREX | TARS | TARWI | TAS | T-ASA | TASCID | TASCO | TASIP | TASKORD | TASMO | TASOSC | TASS | TAT | TATC | T-AVB | TAW | TBD | TBM | TBMCS | TBMD | TBP | TBSL | TBTC | TC | TCA | TC-ACCIS | TC-AIMS | TC-AIMS II | TCAM | TCC | TCCF | TCEM | TCF | TCM | TCMD | TCN | TCS | TCSEC | TD | TDA | TDAD | T-day | TDBM | TDBSS | TDD | TDF | TDI | TDIC | TDIG | TDIM | TDL | TDM | TDMA | TDMC | TDMF | TDMM | TDMX | TDN | TDP | TDR | TDSG | TDSGM | TDT | TDY | TE | TEA | tech | TECHCON | TECHDOC | TECHELINT | TECHEVAL | TECHINT | TECHOPDAT | TECS II | TED | TEK | TEL | TELEX | TELINT | TELNET | TEMPER | TENCAP | TEOB | TEP | TERCOM | TERF | TERPES | TERPROM | TERS | TES | TESS | TEU | TEWLS | TF | TFA | TFADS | TFCICA | TFE | TFLIR | TFR | TFS | TG | TGC | TGEN | TGM | TGMOW | TGO | TGT | TGTINFOREP | TGU | THREATCON | TI | TIAP | TIARA | TIB | TIBS | TIC | TIDP | TIDS | TIFF | TII | TIM | TIO | TIP | TIPG | TIPI | TIPS | TIR | TIROS | TIS | TISG | TISS | TJAG | T-JMC | T-JTB | TJTN | TL | TLAM | TLAMM | TLAM/N | TLC | TLCF | TLE | TLM | TLP | TLR | TLX | TM | TMAO | TMD | TMEP | TMG | TMIP | TMIS | TML | TMLMC | TMMMC | TMN | TMO | TMP | TMR | T/M/S | TNAPS | TNAPS+ | TNC | TNCC | TNCO | T-net | TNF | TNL | TO | T/O | TO&E | TOA | TOAI | TOC | TOCU | TOD | TOE | TOF | TOFC | TOH | TOI | TOPINT | TOR | TOS | TOSS | TOT | TOW | TP | TPB | TPC | TPC/PC | TPED | TPERS | TPFDD | TPFDL | TPL | TPME | TPMRC | TPO | TPRC | TPT | TPTRL | TPU | TRA | TRAC2ES | TRACON | TRADOC | TRAM | TRANSEC | TRAP | TRC | TRCC | TRE | TREAS | TREE | TRICON | TRI-TAC | TRK | TRNG | TRO | TROPO | TRS | TS | TSA | TSB | TSBn | TSC | TSCIF | TSCM | TSCO | TSCP | TSCR | TSE | TSEC | TSG | TSGCE | TSGCEE | TSM | TSN | TSO | TSOC | TSP | TSR | TSS | TSSP | TSSR | TST | TSWA | TT | TT&C | TTB | TTD | TTG | TTL | TTM | TTP | TTR | TTT | TTU | TTY | TUBA | TUCHA | TUCHAREP | TUDET | TV | TVA | TW/AA | TWC | TWCF | TWCM | TWD | TWDS | TWI | TWPL | TWX | TX | TYCOM


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U | UA | UAOBS | UAR | UARCC | UAS | UAV | U/C | UCFF | UCMJ | UCP | UCT | UDAC | UDC | UDESC | UDL | UDP | UDT | UE | UFC | UFO | UFR | UGM-84A | UGM-96A | UHF | UHV | UIC | UICIO | UIRV | UIS | UJTL | UK | UK(I) | ULC | ULF | ULLS | ULN | UMCC | UMCM | UMD | UMIB | UMMIPS | UMPR | UMT | UN | UNAMIR | UNC | UNCTAD | UND | UNDHA | UN-DMT | UNDP | UNDPKO | UNEF | UNEP | UNESCO | UNHCHR | UNHCR | UNICEF | UNIFIL | UNIL | UNITAF | UNITAR | UNITREP | UNLOC | UNMIH | UNMILPOC | UNMOC | UNMOVCC | UNO | UNOCHA | UNODC | UNODIR | UNOSOM | UNPA | UNPROFOR | UNREP | UNREP CONSOL | UNRWA | UNSC | UNSCR | UNSG | UNSOC | UNTAC | UNTSO | UNV | UP&TT | UPU | URDB | USA | USAB | USACCSA | USACE | USACFSC | USACHPPM | USACIDC | USAF | USAFE | USAFEP | USAFLANT | USAFR | USAFSOC | USAFSOF | USAFSOS | USAID | USAITAC | USAJFKSWC | USAMC | USAMMA | USAMPS | USAMRICD | USAMRIID | USAMRMC | USAO | USAR | USARCENT | USAREUR | USARIEM | USARJ | USARNORTH | USARPAC | USARSO | USASOC | USB | USBP | USC | USCENTAF | USCENTCOM | USCG | USCGR | USCIS | USCS | USDA | USD(A&T) | USDAO | USD(AT&L) | USD(C) | USDELMC | USD(I) | USD(P) | USD(P&R) | USDR | USD(R&E) | USELEMCMOC | USELEMNORAD | USERID | USEUCOM | USFJ | USFK | USFORAZORES | USFS | USFWS | USG | USGS | USIA | USIC | USIS | USJFCOM | USLANTFLT | USLO | USMARFORCENT | USMARFORLANT | USMARFORPAC | USMARFORSOUTH | USMC | USMCEB | USMCR | USMER | USMILGP | USMILREP | USMOG-W | USMS | USMTF | USMTM | USN | USNAVCENT | USNAVEUR | USNAVSO | USNCB | USNMR | USNMTG | USNORTHCOM | USNR | USNS | USPACAF | USPACFLT | USPACOM | USPHS | USPS | USREPMC | USSOCOM | USSOUTHAF | USSOUTHCOM | USSPACECOM | USSS | USSTRATCOM | USTRANSCOM | USUN | USW | USW/USWC | USYG | UT1 | UTC | UTM | UTO | UTR | UUV | UVEPROM | UW | UWOA | UXO


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V | v | VA | VAAP | VAC | VARVAL | VAT B | VBIED | VBS | VBSS | VCC | VCG | VCJCS | VCNOG | VCO | VCOPG | VCR | VCXO | VDC | VDJS | VDR | VDS | VDSD | VDU | VDUC | VEH | VERTREP | VF | VFR | VFS | VFTG | VHF | VI | VICE | VID | VIDOC | VINSON | VIP | VIRS | VIS | VISA | VISOBS | VIXS | VLA | VLF | VLR | VLZ | VMap | VMAQ | VMC | VMF | VMGR | VMI | VNTK | VO | VOCODER | VOCU | VOD | vol | VOL | VOLS | VOR | VORTAC | VOX | VP | VPB | VPD | VPV | VS | VS&PT | VSAT | VSG | VSII | VSP | VSR | V/STOL | VSW | VTA | VTC | VTOL | VTOL-UAV | VTS | VTT | VU | VV&A | VV&C | VX


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W | w | WAAR | WACBE | WADS | WAGB | WAN | WARM | WARMAPS | WARNORD | WARP | WAS | WASP | WATCHCON | WB | WC | WCA | WCCS | WCDO | WCO | WCS | W-day | WDT | WEAX | WES | WETM | WEU | WEZ | WFE | WFP | WG | WGS | WGS-84 | WH | WHEC | WHNRS | WHNS | WHNSIMS | WHO | WIA | WISDIM | WISP | WIT | WLG | WMD | WMD/CM | WMD-CST | WMEC | WMO | WMP | WOC | WOD | WORM | WOT | WP | WPA | WPAL | WPARR | WPB | WPC | WPM | WPN | WPR | WPS | WR | WRAIR | WRC | WRL | WRM | WRMS | WRR | WRS | WRSK | WSE | WSES | WSESRB | WSR | WSV | WT | WTCA | WTCT | WTLO | Wu | WVRD | WWABNCP | WWII | WWSVCS | WWX | WX


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X | XCVR | XO | XSB


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Y | YR


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Z | z | ZF | Zt | ZULU


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ABAC scale | abeam | abeam replenishment | abrasion | | acceptable product | acceptance trial | access procedures | acknowledgment | acoustic circuit | activate | active | active air defense | active public information policy | actuator | add | ad hoc movement | adjustment of fire | administration | administrative chain of command | administrative control | administrative escort | administrative plan | advanced base | advanced fleet anchorage | advanced guard | advanced landing field | advance to contact | advisory control | aerodrome | aerodrome damage repair | aeromedical evacuation | aeromedical evacuation control center | aeromedical evacuation coordinating officer | aeromedical evacuation operations officer | aeromedical evacuation system | aeromedical staging unit | aeronautical chart | aeronautical topographic chart | aeropause | afterburning | after-flight inspection | after-flight servicing | agent | age of moon | agonic line | agreed point | airborne force liaison officer | airborne operation | airborne radio relay | air controller | aircraft climb corridor | aircraft control unit | aircraft dispersal area | aircraft flat pallet | aircraft guide | aircraft handover | aircraft inspection | aircraft loading table | aircraft marshaller | aircraft marshalling area | aircraft picketing | aircraft servicing connector | air defense | air defense area | air defense command | air defense commander | air defense identification zone | air defense operations area | air defense ship | airdrop | airdrop platform | air freighting | air ground operations system | air interception | air liaison officer | airmobility | air movement | air movement officer | air movement section | air movement traffic section | air operations center | air policing | air reconnaissance | airspace control | airspace control area | airspace control boundary | air superiority | air support operations center | air surveillance plotting board | air terminal | air transport allocations board | air transported force | air transport liaison officer | air transport liaison section | air trooping | alighting area | alignment | allied commander | allied press information center | allocation | allotment | all-source intelligence | alternate escort operating base | alternate water terminal | altimeter | altitude hold | amphibious assault | amphibious force | amphibious group | amphibious operation | amphibious transport group | amphibious withdrawal | analysis | analysis staff | angle of convergence | angle of depression | angle of safety | angle of view | angle T | | antiaircraft operations center | anticrop agent | anticrop operation | antisubmarine action | antisubmarine carrier group | antisubmarine minefield | antivignetting filter | antiwatching device | apportionment | appreciation of the situation | approach lane | approach route | approach schedule | approach time | area of intelligence responsibility | area of operational interest | area of operations | area of responsibility | area search | armed reconnaissance | arming | army | army corps | army group | artificial daylight | artificial moonlight | artillery preparation | aspect change | assault | assault echelon | associated product | associated support | astro altitude | astro compass | astronomical twilight | astro-tracker | atomic demolition munition | attach | attack position | attitude director indicator | augmentation force | authentication | authenticator | authentic document | automatic toss | autonomous operation | auxiliary contours | available supply rate | average heading | axis


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background count | balloon reflector | barometric vertical speed indicator | barrage jamming | barrier | base development | base ejection shell | base fuze | baseline | base map symbol | base symbol | basic intelligence | battery control center | battery left | battery left (or right) | battery right | battle casualty | battlefield psychological activities | beachhead | beacon | beam rider | before-flight servicing | bi-margin format | biological agent | biological operation | black forces | blast | blast wave | blind bombing zone | blip | blocking position | block time | blue commander | blue forces | blue key | body of a map or chart | bombing errors | bombing height | bomb sighting systems | bottom sweep | boundary | boundary disclaimer | branch | bridgehead | broadcast-controlled air interception


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cabin pressure altimeter | calibrated airspeed | calibrated altitude | call mission | camera magazine | camera window | cancel | cargo | carrier air group | cartesian coordinates | cascade image intensifier | cassette | casualty | casualty staging unit | caution area | cease engagement | cease loading | cell | center of gravity limits | central air data computer | central analysis team | centralized control | central planning team | chaff | characteristic actuation probability | characteristic actuation width | characteristic detection probability | characteristic detection width | charge | charging point | check firing | chemical agent | chemical mine | chronic radiation dose | circular error probable | civil affair | civil defense | civilian preparedness for war | civil-military cooperation | civil-military relations | civil twilight | clandestine operation | clearance diving | clearway | clear weather air defense fighter | climb mode | close air support | close control | close supporting fire | cloud cover | cluster | cocooning | collation | collection management | collimating mark | column cover | combat available aircraft | combat chart | combat control team | combat day of supply | combat information | combat intelligence | combat load | combat patrol | combat readiness | combat ready | combat ready aircraft | combat service support | combat zone | combination circuit | combination firing circuit | combined logistic support | command | command, control and information system | command post exercise | commonality | common user item | communications and information system | communications zone | compartment marking | Compass direction | compass north | compilation | compilation diagram | complete round | component | component life | compound helicopter | concentrated fire | concept | concept of operations | cone of silence | confidential | consol | constant of the cone | consultation | contact lost | contain | contamination control | contamination control line | contamination control point | contingency plan | continuously computed release point | continuously set vector | continuous processor | continuous strip photography | control | control and reporting center | control and reporting system | controlled interception | converge | convoy | convoy assembly port | convoy commodore | coordinated attack | coordinated illumination fire | coordinating authority | corps | correction | corrective maintenance | correlation | countdown | counter air operation | counterattack | counter command, control and communications | counter-espionage | counter-insurgency | counterintelligence | counter-sabotage | counter-subversion | countersurveillance | covertrace | crab angle | crested | crisis management | critical altitude | critical item | cross-servicing | cryptanalysis | cryptomaterial | currency | current intelligence


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early resupply | earmarked for assignment | easting | economic mobilization | E-day | edition | edition designation | electromagnetic compatibility | electromagnetic environment | electromagnetic interference | electromagnetic radiation hazard | electromagnetic vulnerability | electronic deception | electronic warfare | electronic warfare support measures | elevation guidance | elevation of security | emergency burial | emergency complement | emergency destruction of nuclear weapons | emergency establishment | emergency fleet operating base | emergency in war | emergency nuclear risk | emission control | emission control policy | end item | end of mission | endurance speed | endurance time | engagement control | engineer commander | equal area projection | equivalent focal length | essential cargo | essential supply | estimate of the situation | evacuees | evaluation | examination | executing commander | exercise | exercise commander | exercise planning directive | exercise program | expendable supplies and materials | explosive | explosive ordnance reconnaissance


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face of a map or chart | facsimile | fair drawing | false color film | false parallax | feature | feature line overlap | fiducial mark | field control | fighter | fighter direction aircraft | fighting patrol | filler point | filtering | fire coordination area | fire direction center | fire for effect | firepower umbrella | fire support | fire support area | fire support coordination center | fire support coordination line | fission | fixer network | flat | flight readiness firing | floating lines | floating mark or dot | fluxgate | fluxvalve | focal plane | folded optics | follow-on echelon | follow-up | forces allocated to NATO | forming up place | forward air controller | forward line of own troops | forward observer | found shipment | free fall | full command | fully planned movement | functional command | fusion | fuze


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G-day | go around | go no-go | graze | great circle route | grid | grid bearing | grid convergence | gripper edge | ground effect machine | grounding | ground liaison officer | ground liaison section | ground nadir | ground observer organization | ground position | ground position indicator | ground signals | group rendezvous | guard | guardship | guidance coverage | guided missile | guide signs | gun direction


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hachuring | halftone | halftone screen | hang fire | harbor defense | heading | head-up display | height | helicopter approach route | H-hour | high altitude | high density airspace control zone | hold fire | holding attack | holiday | hook operation | horse collar | hostile track | host nation | host nation post | host nation support | hovercraft | hunter-killer group | hyperfocal distance


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identification | identification, friend or foe | illumination fire | image degradation | image displacement | imagery sortie | immediate decontamination | immediate destination (merchant shipping) | immediate operational readiness | impact area | implementation | implosion weapon | incapacitating agent | index contour line | index to adjoining sheets | indicator | indirect air support | indirect damage assessment | indirect fire | indirect illumination | individual nuclear, biological and chemical protection | induced precession | infill | infiltration | inflight report | information | information requirements | infrared film | infrastructure | initial early resupply | initial point | initiation | in-place force | inset | instantaneous vertical speed indicator | instrument recording photography | integrated logistic support | integrating circuit | integration | intelligence | intelligence cycle | intelligence estimate | intercepting search | interceptor controller | inter-command exercise | interdiction fire | intermediate area illumination | intermediate contour line | international actual strength | international civilian personnel with NATO status | international job description | international manpower ceiling | international map of the world | international military personnel | international military post | international personnel | international post | interpretation | interrupted line | intruder operation | inverter | ionization | isocentre | isogriv


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jettison | joint | joint amphibious task force | joint staff | jump speed


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K-day | key | key symbol | killed in action


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landing area | landing force | landing group | large ship | laser designator | laser guided weapon | laser tracker | launcher | launching site | laying-up position | lead aircraft | lead collision course | lead pursuit | legend | lens coating | lens distortion | liaison | limited access route | line | line astern | line gauge | line of arrival | line of impact | lines of communications | line weight | live exercise | local wage rate NATO civilian employee | location diagram | logistic assistance | logistics | lost


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mach stem | magnetic minehunting | mainguard | main supply route | maintainability | maintenance | Major NATO Commanders | major port | Major Subordinate Commanders | major water terminal | maneuver | maneuvering area | man portable | manpower scaling guide | maritime area | maritime operation | marking team | mass casualties | maximum effective range | maximum operating depth | M-day | mean sea level | measuring magnifier | message | midcourse guidance | military geographic documentation | military geographic information | military strategy | minefield | minefield density | minefield marking | minehunting | minesweeping | mine warfare | minimum quality surveillance | missile engagement zone | mission | mission report | mixed air | mixed graze | mobile air movements team | mobile support group | mobilizable reinforcing force | mobilization | moderate nuclear risk | modify | movement control | movement control officer | movement priority | multi-agent munition | mutual aid


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nadir point | national command | national commander | national component | national force commander | national forces for the defense of the NATO area | nationality undetermined post | national military authority | national shipping authority | national territorial commander | NATO airspace | NATO assigned forces | NATO code number | NATO commander | NATO command forces | NATO earmarked forces | NATO forces | NATO intelligence subject code | NATO international civilian post | NATO military authority | NATO preparation time | NATO standardization agreement | NATO warning time | NATO-wide exercise | nautical twilight | naval advanced logistic support site | naval augmentation group | naval beach group | naval campaign | naval control of shipping liaison officer | naval fire support | naval forward logistic site | naval gunfire liaison team | near miss | neglect | negligible nuclear risk | net weight | neutralization fire | nickname | non-battle casualty | non-expendable supplies and material | non-quota post | northing | nuclear, biological, chemical area of observation | nuclear, biological, chemical collection center | nuclear, biological, chemical control center | nuclear, biological, chemical zone of observation | nuclear incident | nuclear logistic movement | nuclear power | nuclear surface burst | nuclear weapon(s) accident | nuclear yield


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| observer identification | observer-target distance | obstruction | occupation of position | offensive mine countermeasures | officer conducting the exercise | officer conducting the serial | officer in tactical command | officer scheduling the exercise | offset distance | offset point | offset post | on call | on-call target | O-O line | operation | operational aircraft cross-servicing requirement | operational chain of command | operational characteristics | operational command | operational control | operational interchangeability | operational level of war | operational reserve | operational stocks | operation order | operation plan | operations security | opposing forces | opposing forces commander | organic | other forces for NATO | over | overlap | overlap tell | overrun control | overshoot


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packaged petroleum product | parallactic angle | parallax | parallax difference | parallel classification | part | partially planned movement | passage of lines | passive air defense | passive public information policy | pathfinder aircraft | pathfinder team | peacetime complement | peacetime establishment | pecked line | permanent echo | petroleum, oils and lubricants | phase line | photographic filter | piece part | plan for landing | planned resupply | planned target | planning staff | plan range | plastic explosive | plastic range | plastic spray packaging | point of impact | point target | positive control | post-flight inspection | poststrike damage estimation | preassault operation | precedence | preplanned mission request (reconnaissance) | pre-set vector | press information center | pressure suit | preventive maintenance | priming charge | principal point | Principal Subordinate Commanders | priority intelligence requirements | prisoner of war camp | prisoner of war collecting point | processing | proforma | prohibited area | projectile | projection | projection print | propaganda | protected frequency | protective security | provisional unit | prudent limit of endurance | prudent limit of patrol | psychological consolidation activities | psychological media | psychological operations | psychological operations approach | psychological situation | psychological theme | public information | purple commander | purple forces


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quick search procedure | quota post


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radar altimeter | radar echo | radar return | radiac | radiation situation map | radioactive decay rate | radio fix | radio recognition | raid | raid report | range | range resolution | ratification | ready | reallocation of resources | real precession | rear area | rear guard | receptivity | reciprocal jurisdiction | recognition | reconnaissance | reconnaissance patrol | record as target | recorded | recovery | recovery controller | rectifier | reference box | reflection | refugees | regional reinforcing force | regional reserve | registered matter | registered publication | register glass | regulatory sign | reimbursable NATO military personnel | reinforcing | reinforcing force | reinforcing nation | relative biological effectiveness | released | release point | releasing commander | reliability | rendezvous | repeat | reply | report line | representative fraction | reproduction material | required military force | required supply rate | rescue strop | reservation | reserved demolition target | resolution | rest | restart at . . . | restraint factor | restricted area | resupply of Europe | reverse slope | riot control agent | ripe | roamer | rocket | roll | roller conveyor | rotational post | rotor governing mode | rounds complete | route reconnaissance | rules of engagement | run | running fix | run-up area | runway


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sabot | safe speed | safe working load | salvage | salvage procedure | scale of an exercise | scan | scene of action commander | scheduled target | schedule of targets | scramble | screen coordinator | search and rescue | sea skimmer | secondary water terminal | second strike capability | section | sector commander | sector controller | security | security certification | security classification | security clearance | selective identification feature | selective unloading | semi-fixed ammunition | sensor | separate loading ammunition | series of targets | seriously ill | servicing | severely threatened coastline | shadower | shadow factor | shallow fording capability | shelling report | shipping movement policy | shock wave | shore bombardment line | short | short distance navigational aid | short-range air defense engagement zone | shot | sidelay | sighting angle | signal area | signals support | significant track | slip indicator | small ship | smoke screen | snake mode | sonobuoy | sortie plot | sorting | source | spare | special air operation | special flight | special job cover map | spigot | splash | spoiling attack | spotting | sprag | stability augmentation feature | staged crew | staging area | STANAG | standard | standard day of supply | standardization | standardized product | standard load | standard NATO data message | standard route | standing patrol | start point | state of readiness--state 1--safe | state of readiness--state 2--armed | static test load | step-up | stereogram | stereoscopic cover | stereoscopic model | stereoscopic pair | stick | stockpile to target sequence | stocks | stopway | strategic air warfare | strategic concept | strategic intelligence | strategic level of war | strategic mining | strategic reserve | strategic warning | stream takeoff | strike | strip search | sub-collection center | submarine base | submarine exercise area coordinator | submarine havens | submarine locator acoustic beacon | submarine movement advisory authority | submarine notice | submarine operating authority | Subordinate Area Commanders | subversion | superimposed | supernumerary NATO civilian personnel | supplement | supplemental programmed interpretation report | supplies | supply point | support | supporting operations | suppression of enemy air defenses | susceptibility | sustainability


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| tachometric or synchronous sights | tactical air control center | tactical air controller | tactical air control party | tactical air control system | tactical air doctrine | tactical air operation | tactical command | tactical control | tactical intelligence | tactical level of war | tactical minefield | tactical warning | tan alt | target | target allocation | target audience | target folder | target grid | target illustration print | target information sheet | targeting | target intelligence | target list | target number | target of opportunity | target status board | tasking | technical intelligence | technical specification | telebrief | temporarily filled military post | temporary cemetery | temporary civilian personnel | terminal control area | terminal guidance | terrorism | theater of operations | theater operational stocks | thermal exposure | thermonuclear | thorough decontamination | tie down | tilt | time of flight | time on target | titling strip | tone | touchdown | track | track handover | tracking | track production | track telling | trafficability | trail | trail formation | transient | transition altitude | transparency | transport capacity | transport stream | triage | trim size | troposphere | tropospheric scatter | true convergence | trunk air route | turn and slip indicator | turn indicator | turn-in point | twilight | two-up | type load


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uncontrolled mosaic | unconventional warfare | underslung load | unit emplaning officer | unit equipment | unit of issue | unit strength | unobserved fire | unsurveyed area | up | utility helicopter


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vector sights | vehicle | vertical interval | vertical scale instrument systems | vertical/short takeoff and landing aircraft | vertical situation display | vertical speed indicator | vertical takeoff and landing | very deep draught ship | very seriously ill | visual identification | visual interceptor


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waiting position | walking patient | war reserve modes | waterspace management | water terminal | wave-off | weapon engagement zone | weapons free | weapons hold | weapons tight | wheelbase | white forces | wild weasel | wingman | withdrawal operation | wounded in action


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X-scale


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Y-scale


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Z marker beacon | Z-scale | ZULU time


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NATO Glossary of Abbreviations Used in NATO Documents and Publications, 2008
Glossaire OTAN des Abréviations utilisées dans les Documents et Publications OTAN

A | A&E | A&I | A&T | A/A | A/C | A/DACG | A/F | A/G | A/S | A/V | A | A2C2 | AA | AAA | AAB | AAC | AACP | AAD | AADC | AADGE | AAF | AAGS | AAL | AAM | AAMG | AAN | AAP | AAR | AARA | AARC | AArtyP | AASTP | AAV | AAVSP | AAW | AAWACU | AAWC | AAWCN | AB | ABB | ABC | ABCA | ABCCC | ABD | ABDR | ABIED | ABIH | ABL | ABM | ABMS | ABNCP | ABNOC | ABO | ABR | ABRegt | ABSR | ABSV | ABT | AC | ACA | ACAMP | ACARS | ACC | ACCAP | ACCB | ACCE | ACCIS | ACCP | ACCS | ACDD | ACE | ACEATM | ACED | ACFL | ACG | ACHQ | ACI | ACIL | ACINT | Ack. | ACL | ACM | ACMC | ACMI | ACMP | ACMR | ACMS | ACN | ACO | ACodP | ACOG | AComP | ACOS | ACOUSTINT | ACP | ACR | ACROSS | ACS | ACSA | ACSEC | ACT | ACTICE | ACTIMED | ACTIVE | ACTORD | ACTREQ | ACTWARN | ACU | ACV | ACW | AD(G) | AD | ADA | ADAC | ADAC/ADAV | ADAC/V | ADAM | ADAMS | ADatP | ADATS | ADAV | ADC | ADC2S | ADCAV | ADCC | ADCO | ADCOM | ADCON | ADCOORD | ADD | ADEX | ADF | ADG | ADGE | ADI | ADivP | ADIZ | ADL | ADM | ADMG | ADML | ADMP | ADOC | ADOLT | ADP | ADPSEC | ADR | ADREP | ADROE | ADS | ADSC | ADSD | ADST | ADT | ADU | ADW | ADWHQ | ADZ | ADZC | AE | AEC | AECC | AECO | AECP | AECTP | AEDP | AEF | AEGIS | AELT | AEngrP | AEODP | AEOS | AEOT | AEP | AEPP | AERB | AES | AESB | AETACS | AEtP | AEW&CS | AEWS | AEWTF | AF in BIH | AF | AFAP | AFAR | AFATDS | AFB | AFC | AFCISS | AFCS | Affairs | Affairs /OCHA/ | AFG | AFP | AFS | AFSB | AFSOC | AFTN | AFV | AG | AGC2 | AGE | AGeoP | AGFC | AGL | AGM | AGS | AGSP | AGZ | AH | AHA | AHC | AHG | AHP | AHRS | AHS | AHWG | AI | AIA | AIC | AICF | AICV | AICV | AID | AIEA | AIF | AIFS | AIFV | AIFV | AIG | AII | AIM | AIMS | AIntP | AIO | AIP | AIPS | AIR | AIREX | AIRMOVREP | AIRST | AIS | AISP | AJ | AJCMC | AJF | AJI | AJOD | AJP | ALAR | ALARM | ALC | ALCC | ALCE | ALCM | ALERFA | ALEX | ALG | ALIMPREP | ALLA | ALMV | ALO | ALP | ALSC | ALSS | ALT | Alt. | ALTA | ALTBMD | ALTROCCENT | AM | AMA | AMAD | AMC | AMCC | AMCM | AMD | AMDP | AMedP | AMEPP | AMES | AMETS | AMF | AMHS | AMIB | AMIDARS | AMIS | AML | AMM | Ammo | AMMS | AMO | AMovP | AMP | AMPA | AMPS | AMRAAM | AMRC | AMRF | AMRS | AMRT | AMSA | AMSG | AMSL | AMTI | AMTS | AMVER | AMW | AMWOP | ANA | ANAQ | ANEP | ANGS | ANL | ANP | AO | AOA | AOAD | AOB | AOBAT | AOCC | AOcP | AOCS | AOI | AOII | AOIR | AON | AOO | AOOI | AOP | AOPTS | AOR | AORBAT | AOSI | AOT | AP | APA | APAG | APATC | APC | APF | API | APIC | APID | APIU | APM | APMS | APOD | APOE | APP | APQ | APS | APT | APU | AQ | AQAP | AQL | Ar | AR | ARA | ARCN | ARCP | ARCT | AREC | ARFF | ARGS | ARIP | ARLO | ARM | ARMP | ARNAS | ARP | ARR | ARRC | ARRCS | ART | ARTEX | ARV | AS | ASA | ASAAD | ASAG | asap | ASARS | ASAS | ASAT | ASC | ASDE | ASE | ASE | ASF | ASFF | ASG | ASI | ASM | ASMD | ASMDEX | ASMP | ASOC | ASOG | ASOS | ASP | ASR | ASRAAM | ASROC | ASS | ASSE | ASSESSREP | ASSM | ASSU | ASTI | ASTOR | ASU | ASUW | ASUWC | ASUWEX | ASW | ASWACU | ASWC | ASWEPS | ASWEX | ASWFA | ASWOC | ASZ | AT FR/SHAPE | AT | ATA | ATAC | ATACMS | ATAOO | ATARS | ATB | ATBM | ATBMD | ATC | ATCA | ATCC | ATCCIS | ATCRU | ATCV | ATD | ATE | ATF | ATG | ATGM | ATGW | ATHS | ATI | ATIRCM | ATK | ATLS | ATM | ATO | ATOC | ATP | ATR | ATRP | ATS1 | ATS2 | ATSTAT | ATTU | ATV | ATWCS | AU | AUF | AUM | AUTODIN | AV | AVC | AVGAS | AVLB | AVMRL | AVMS | Avn | AVO | AVR | AVS | AVTAG | AVTP | AW | AWACS | AWC | AWCIES | AWD | AWES | AWHQ | AWNIS | AWP | AWSM | AWX | AXP

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B | BA | BAC | BACAT | BAE | BAI | BAM | BARCAP | BAROPS | BASS1 | BC | BCA1 | BCAH | BCD | BCE | BCF | BDA1 | BDAREP | Bde | BDI1 | BDR | BDU | BDZ | BE | BERD | BES | BET | BFI | BG | BGBMS | BGL | BGOH | BGP | BGUAV | BGUMA | BI | Bi-SC | Bi-SC MEDAG | BICC | BICES | BIDS | Bie | BIFF | BIHC | BIHCCC | BILC | BIOC | BISE | BIST | BIT | BITE | BLKFLT | BLOS | BLT | BLU | BM1 | BMC3I | BMD | BMEWS | BMN | BMS1 | Bn | BNC | BNF | BNS | BO1 | BOA1 | BOC | BOCCA | BOD1 | BOM | BOMBREP | BOSC | BOSS1 | BP1 | BPA | BPL | BPM | BPMG | BPR | BPS1 | BPT | BR | BRASS | BSA | BSF | BST | BT | Btn | BTSC | BTWC | BUDFIN | BURST | BVR | BW | BWC | BWD1 | BXP | BY

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C | C&EE | C-SPT | C/S | C2 | C2CS | C2IS | C2ISR | C2RM | C2S | C2W | C3 | C3S | CA1 | CAA1 | CAAT | CAC | CACG | CAD1 | CAD2 | CADA | CADE | CADIMS | CADO | CADV | CAE1 | CAFMED | CAG1 | CAG2 | CAG3 | CAGRE | CAL | CALCM | CALS | CALSAT | CAM1 | CAM2 | CAM3 | CAM4 | CANUS | CAO1 | CAO1 | CAO2 | CAO3 | CAOC | CAP | CAPC | CAPCO | CAPCU | CAPS | CAPTAS | CARD | CARP | CARSTRIKFOR | CAS | CASA1 | CASA2 | CASE | CASEVAC | CASEX | CASORG | CASP1 | CASP2 | CASREP | CASS | CASSIM | CAT1 | CAT2 | CATAS | CATF | CATM | CAX | CB | CBA | CBC1 | CBC2 | CBIT | CBL | CBM1 | CBM2 | CBP | CBR | CBRN | CBT | CBU | CBW | CC&D | CC1 | CCA1 | CCAR | CCATF | CCB | CCC | CCCA | CCCC | CCD1 | CCEE | CCF | CCG | CCGE | CCI | CCIR1 | CCIRM | CCIS | CCJTF | CCL | CCLF | CCM | CCMAR | CCMS | CCP1 | CCPC | CCR1 | CCRP | CCST | CCT1 | CCTA | CCTV | CCW | CD1 | CDC1 | CDE1 | CDL | CDMA | CDNA | Cdo | CDOS | CDR | CDRL | CDS1 | CDS2 | CDSM | CDSORG | CE1 | CEA | CEC1 | CECC | CECLANT | CEE | CEGES | CEI1 | CEI2 | CEL | CELT | CEM1 | CEM2 | CEM3 | CEMA | CEMD | CEMG | CENSHADCOM | CEO | CEOI | CEP1 | CEP2 | CEP3 | CEPAS | CEPD | CEPMA | CEPMO | CEPPC | CEPQ | CEPS | CER | CERTSUB | CES | CESDP | CET | CEUMC | CEW | CF1 | CF2 | CFA | CFAR | CFB | CFB | CFB | CFB | CFC | CFC-A | CFE | CFFR | CFIT | CFL1 | CFL2 | CFMA | CFPO | CFR1 | CFR2 | CFSP | CFV | CFX | CG1 | CG2 | CGCS | CGI | CGMTI | CGO | CGP | CGS | CHOD | CHOP | CI | CI&Sy | CIAB | CIC1 | CIC2 | CICA | CICR1 | CICR2 | CID | CIDCAS | CIDDS | CIFS | CIG | CIGSS | CIINTREP | CIJ | CIMIC | CINC | CINCUSAREUR | CINV | CIOR | CIP1 | CIP2 | CIPAC | CIR1 | CIR2 | CIR3 | CIS-ESG | CIS1 | CISCC | CISI | CISUPINTREP | CIVPOL | CIWO | CIWS | CJAO | CJAOO | CJCCC | CJCMOTF | CJCMTF | CJFCC | CJHQ | CJMCRTF | CJOA | CJPOTF | CJPS | CJSOR | CJSOTF | CJTF | CJTFCICA | CL1 | CLD | CLF | CLJ | CLOS | CLS | CLSP | CLX | CM1 | CM2 | CM3 | CM4 | CM5 | CM6 | CMA | CMAWS | CMB | CMC1 | CMC2 | CMC3 | CMC4 | CMC5 | CMF | CMFU | CMG | CMIA | CMM | CMMs | CMO1 | CMO2 | CMO3 | CMO4 | CMO5 | CMOC1 | CMOC2 | CMOC3 | CMOP | CMOREP | CMP | CMPEA | CMPEA/CEM | CMR1 | CMR2 | CMR3 | CMRB | CMSG | CMTF | CMUE | CMWS | CMX | CN | CNA | CNAD | CND | CNE | CNR | CO | COA | COAR | COB1 | COB2 | COBRA | COC1 | COC2 | COC3 | COC3 | COC4 | COCOMO | COD | CODA | CODAG | CODOG | COE1 | COE2 | COE3 | COEA | COEC | COED | COFFA | COFS | COG1 | COG2 | COGAG | COGOG | COH | COHA | COI1 | COI2 | COI3 | COIED | COIN | COINOP | COLOC | COLPRO | COM1 | COM1 | COM2 | COMAJF | COMAO | COMARRC | COMBEX | COMCHECK | COMEDS | COMEX1 | COMEX2 | COMINT | COMINTREP | COMINTSUM | COMISAF | COMJAM | COMKFOR | COMLOGSITREP | COMMARAIRNORTH | COMMARAIRSOUTH | COMMZ | COMOPS | COMPASS | COMPLAN | COMPUSEC | COMSAT | COMSEC | COMSFOR | COMSITREP | COMSTRIKFORSOUTH | COMSUBNORTH | COMSUBSOUTH | COMSUBWEST | CONCEPT | CONMAROPS | CONOPLAN | CONOPLAN | CONOPS | CONPLAN | CONSA | CONUS | CONVEX | COOP | COP1 | COPER | COPS | COR | COR-CEMA | COR-RM | CORCEN | CORTAC | COS1 | COSMIC | COSTEX | COTA | COTS | CP1 | CPA | CPATT | CPBW | CPC1 | CPE1 | CPEA | CPF | CPG | CPIC1 | CPO | CPR | CPSE | CPT | CPX | CR1 | CRA | CRAA | CRC1 | CRD | CREC | CRESP | CRF | CRG | CRM | CRO | CRONOS | CRP1 | CRPA1 | CRRE | CRRN | CRS1 | CRSG | CRT | CRTS | CS1 | CSA1 | CSAR1 | CSBM | CSCE | CSCP | CSDR | CSE | CSF1 | CSF2 | CSFS | CSG1 | CSG2 | CSH | CSI | CSM | CSMA | CSME | CSP | CSR1 | CSR2 | CSRF | CSRS | CSS | CSSV | CST1 | CST2 | CSU1 | CSU2 | CSW | CSWS | CT1 | CT2 | CTAPS | CTB | CTE | CTF1 | CTF2 | CTG | CTJTF | CTOL | CTS | CTSA | CTU | CTW | CTWG | CTZ | CUIL | CUSRPG | CV | CVBG | CVR | CVRT | CVTG | Cvy | CW1 | CW2 | CW3 | CWA | CWC1 | CWC2 | CWIED | CWR | CY | CZ | CZR

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D | DA1 | DAC1 | DACAN | DACOS | DAD | DADR | DAFA | DAMA | DAMCON | DAMREP | DAN | DAP1 | DAR | DAS | DASC | DASH | DAT | DB | DBL | DBMS | DC1 | DCA1 | DCAOC | DCAOC NORTH | DCAOC SOUTH | DCC | DCF | DCG | DCI | DCINC | DCM | DCMC | DCOFS | DCOMOPS | DCOS | DCP | DCPS | DCS | DD | DDG | DDL | DDP | DDR | DE1 | DEC | DEMS | DEPEX | DEPMEDS | DES1 | DETRASFA | DEW1 | DF1 | DF2 | DFD | DFWL | DG | DGEMUE | DGEUMS | DGI | DGM | DGNSS | DGP | DGZ | DH | DHA | DHOD | DI | DIAL | DICONSTAFF | DIGEST | DIH | DILCS | DIRANI | DIRCM | DIRLAUTH | DIS1 | DISBEE | DISE | DISSUB | DISTAFF | DITF | DJ | DJEWCS | DJTF | DKK | DL1 | DL2 | DLA | DLB | DLI | DLM | DLO | DLRP | DLTP | DM1 | DM2 | DMB | DME | DMN | DMPI | DMS | DMZ | DNAW | DNBI | DNCS | DND | DNEWCS | DNS | DNVT | DOA | DOB1 | DOB2 | DOB3 | DoD | DOL | DOLCE | DOMP | DOS1 | DOSO | DOTH | DP1 | DP1 | DP2 | DP3 | DP4 | DPA1 | DPA2 | DPC | DPD | DPDA | DPICM | DPKO | DPQ | DPRE | DPS1 | DPS2 | DPSS | DR1 | DR2 | DRAF | DRC | DRF | DRI | DROPS | DRR | DS1 | DS2 | DS3 | DS4 | DSA1 | DSA2 | DSACEUR | DSC | DSE | DSEB | DSF | DSG1 | DSG2 | DSHV | DSI | DSN | DSP1 | DSP2 | DSP3 | DSP4 | DSRV | DSS1 | DSS2 | DSS3 | DSSS1 | DSSS2 | DST1 | DST2 | DSU1 | DSU2 | DT | DTAS | DTD | DTED | DTG | DTI | DTM1 | DTM2 | DTS | DTSI | DTU | DU | DV | DWG | DWM | DWS | DWSNET | DZ

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E | E3 | EA1 | EACOS COOP | EAD | EADRCC | EADRU | EAF | EAM | EAP | EAPC | EAPC | EAPC/COEC | EAPMC | EAPMC/CS | EAPWP | EATCHIP | EAU | EAW | EBIOC | EBRD | EC1 | EC2 | ECAC | ECAP | ECB | ECC | ECF | ECHO | ECM | ECMM | ECO | ECP1 | ECP2 | ECR | ECS | ECTA | ECTB | ECTC | ED1 | EDAR | EDC | EDIP | EDS | EDW | EE1 | EE2 | EEA | EEBD | EED | EEFI | EEI | EER | EF1 | EF2 | EF3 | EFA | EFL | EFLT | EFLT | EH | EHC | EHIP | EHP | EIABCR | EIADS | EIF | EIRP | EJ | EKD | ELINT | ELSEC | ELSS | ELT1 | ELT2 | EM1 | EM2 | EMA FRA | EMC | EMCON | EMF | EMG | EMH | EMI1 | EMI2 | EMMF | EMOP | EMP | EMPP | EMS | EMSEC | EMSIWARN | EMUE | EN | ENDEX | ENHA | EO | EOB | EOC | EOCCM | EOCM | EOD | EODT | EOF | EOM | EOP | EOPM | EOR | EORSAT | EOS | EOSM | EOT | EP1 | EP2 | EP3 | EPC | EPG1 | EPG2 | EPIRB | EPM | EPP | EPS | EPW | ER1 | ER2 | ERA1 | ERA2 | ERCS | ERR | ERS1 | ERS2 | ERT | ERW | ES | ESA | ESD | ESDI | ESDP | ESF | ESJ | ESM1 | ESM2 | ESN | ESOR | ESPE | ESS | EST | ET | ETA | ETC | ETD | ETR1 | ETR2 | ETRI | ETS | ETTU | EU | EU MS | EUCE | EUDAC | EUFOR | EUMC | EUMS | EUPM | EUR | EUSEC | EUSR | EvaSan | EVASAN | EvPt | EW VAN | EW1 | EW2 | EWAM | EWC | EWCC | EWEX | EWG | EWMS1 | EWMS2 | EWO | EWOS | EWR1 | EWR2 | EWRS1 | EWRS2 | EWRTM | EWS | EWX | EX | EXBRIEF | EXCON | EXCONOPS | EXINST | EXOPLAN | EXPI | EXPLANSUPP | EXPROG | EXRAP | EXSPEC | EXTAC | EZ1

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F | F-Kill | F/V | FA1 | FAA1 | FAAWC | FAC1 | FAC2 | FACA1 | FACA2 | FACP | FAE | FAG | FAI | FAMS | FAO | FAPC | FARP | FAS | FASC | FASWC | FATDS | FBA | FBM | FBMS | FBS | FC1 | FC2 | FC3 | FC4 | FCA | FCdr | FCE1 | FCE2 | FCL | FCR | FCS | FCU | FCZ | FD1 | FD2 | FDC | FDI | FDM | FDMA | FDO | FEB | FEBA | FEO | FEP | FER1 | FER2 | FEST | FETS | FEZ | FF | FFA | FFA | FFAR | FFE | FFIR | FFR | FFS | FG | FGA | FGL | FH | FI | FIAS | FIAS | FICV | FIDS | FINCON | FINEX | FIR1 | FIR2 | FIS1 | FIS2 | FL | FLA | FLAR | FLASER | FLC | FLE | FLET | FLEX1 | FLEX2 | FLIP | FLIR(S) | FLO1 | FLO2 | FLOT | FLR | FLS1 | FLS2 | FLSO | fluides | FM1 | FM2 | FM3 | FMB | FMBT | FMC | FMD | FMDZ | FMI | FMM1 | FMM2 | FMPEC | FMR1 | FMR2 | FMRB | FMS1 | FMS2 | FMT | FNA | FNCS | FNI | FNS1 | FNS2 | FNSA | FO | FOB | FOBTE | FOC | FOD | FOFA | FOL | FOM1 | FOM2 | FOO | FOPC | FOR | FORACS | FORACS | FORACS | FORACS OTAN | FORCECAP | FORCEPREP | FORDEPRENU | FORMETS | FOSS | FOT | FOTC | FP1 | FP2 | FP3 | FPB | FPC1 | FPC2 | FPC3 | FPF | FPG | FPI | FPNU | FPO | FPP | FPT | FPWG | FQR | FR | FRAGO | FRE | FRI | FRMB | FRP | FS1 | FS2 | FS3 | FS4 | FS5 | FSA1 | FSA2 | FSA3 | FSAS | FSB1 | FSB2 | FSB3 | FSc | FSC1 | FSC2 | FSCC | FSCL | FSCM | FSCOORD | FSCOORD | FSE | FSF | FSG | FSK | FSN | FSP | FSR | FSS1 | FSS2 | FSSL | FST | FTC | FTC-A | FTC-S | FTC-SS | FTO | FTP | FTS | FTX | FUM | FUP | FVCI | FW | FWC | FY

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G | G/G | GA1 | GA2 | GA3 | GAERC | GAL | GAN | GAP | GAR | GAT | GBAD | GBP | GCA | GCC | GCCS | GCE | GCI | GCOS | GCU | GDH | GDM | GDP1 | GDP2 | GDP3 | GDPR | GDS | GE1 | GE2 | GEADGE | GEIP | GEM | GEMS | GEO | GEOREF | GEOSITREP | GEP | GFA1 | GFA2 | GFA2 | GFAP | GFC | GFIM | GFR | GHMA | GI | GIP1 | GIP2 | GIUK | GLC | GLCM | GLINT | GLO | GLONASS | GMDSS | GMF | GMT | GMTI | GMTIF | GNP | GNR | GNSS | GNT | GOA | GOB | GOB | GOEWDS | GOF | GOM | GOP | GOS | GOTS | GPALS | GPF | GPG | GPGM | GPN | GPS/AN | GPS1 | GPS2 | GPS3 | GPTE | GQA | GRCA | GRF | GROBAT | GRORBAT | GRP | GRU | GS OSRH | GS VRS | GS1 | GS2 | GS3 | GS4 | GS5 | GS6 | GSE1 | GSE2 | GSO | GSP | GSR1 | GSR2 | GSS1 | GSS2 | GSS3 | GSW | GSZ | GT1 | GT2 | GT3 | GTAH | GTC | GTO | GUI | GVT | GW1 | GW2 | GWOT | GZ

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H | HA1 | HA2 | HAA | HACV | HAF | HAG | HAGC | HANE | HAO | HAR | HARM | HARP | HAS | HAZCON | HAZMAT | HCI | HCI | HCU | HDC | HDZ | HE1 | HE2 | HEADTS | HEC | HEL | HEP | HESH | HET | HEU | HF | HFA | HG | HHG | HIC | HICAP | HICON | HIDACZ | HIDL | HIFR | HILEX | HIMAD | HIMEZ | HINA | HINS | HIPAR | HIPIR | HIR | HIS1 | HIS2 | HISAM | HLA | HLG | HLS | HLSG | HLST | HLTF/R | HLTF1 | HLTF2 | HLTFST | HLWG | HLZ | HMG | HMI | HMI | HMMWV | HMV | HN | HNIP | HNS1 | HNS2 | HNSA | HNZ | HOB | HOD | HoE | HOIS | HOIS | HoJ | HOM | HONB | HP | HPA1 | HPA2 | HPD | HPM | HPPS | HPR | HPT1 | HPT2 | HQ | HQ | HQ ARRC | HQ ASC | HQ Eurocorps | HQ MNC NE | HQ NAEW&C FC | HQ NDC - GR | HQ NRDC - GNL | HQ NRDC - IT | HQ NRDC - SP | HQ NRDC - TU | HQ RRC - FR | HQ SACT | HQ SFN | HQ STRIKFORNATO | HR | HRC | HRF | HRI | HRK | HRM | HRO | HRP1 | HRP2 | HRT | HSO | HSSV | HTF | HTT | HUD | HUMINT | HUMRO | HUNTEX | HVAA | HVAC | HVD | HVT | HVU | HW

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I | I & I | I and W | I&W1 | I&W2 | I-HAWK | IACB | IAD | IADS | IAEA | IAG | IALCE | IAM | IAO | IAP | IAPC | IAR | IAR | IAS1 | IAS2 | IAS3 | IAS4 | IATO | IBA | IBAN | IBOA | IBS | IC1 | IC2 | IC3 | IC4 | ICAO | ICAO | ICAPS | ICB | ICB | ICBM | ICC | ICD | ICFY | ICG | ICM | ICP1 | ICP2 | ICR | ICRC | ICS | ICT | ICT | ICTY | ICV | ICV | ICVA | ID | IDAC | IDB | IDCP | IDF | IDHS | IDP | IDRO | IDS | IEBL | IEC | IED | IEDD | IEF1 | IEF2 | IEM | IEPG | IEPR | IER | IESD | IESE | IEW | IFB | IFB | IFB | IFB | IFC | IFCS | IFF | IFIB | IFL | IFM | IFR1 | IFR2 | IFS1 | IFS2 | IFV | IFV | IG | IGO | IGSS | IHL | IIO | IIP | IJMS | ILDP | ILS1 | ILS2 | ILSP | IM1 | IM2 | IMA | IMAT | IMC | IMDG(C) | IMF | IMG | IMINT | IMM | IMO | IMP | IMPREP | IMS | IMSAT | IMSD | IMU | IN | INAS | IND | INF | INFOSEC | INMARSAT | INS1 | INS2 | INTAF | INTEL | INTREP | INTREQ | INTSUM | INU | INVITEX | IO1 | IO2 | IOC1 | IOC2 | IOC3 | IOC4 | IOCC | IOM | IOPC | IOS | IOSS | IP1 | IP2 | IP3 | IP4 | IPAR | IPB | IPC1 | IPC2 | IPE | IPE | IPF1 | IPF2 | IPG1 | IPG2 | IPG3 | IPIED | IPIR | IPM | IPP | IPPC | IPR1 | IPR2 | IPRB | IPT | IPTF | IR1 | IR2 | IR3 | IRB1 | IRB2 | IRBM | IRCM | IRCS | IRD1 | IRD2 | IRDS1 | IRDS2 | IRF | IRLS | IRM | IRP | IRPCS | IRRB | IRST | IRT | IRTF(L) | IS1 | IS2 | ISA | ISAF | ISAR | ISB | ISCOMICELAND | ISD | ISDN | ISDR | ISK | ISM | ISO | ISOPREP | ISP1 | ISP2 | ISPE | ISR1 | ISR2 | ISR3 | ISSC | IST | ISTAR | IT | ITAS | ITEC | ITO | ITSEC | ITT | ITU | ITU | ITU-R | ITV | IUKADGE | IVC | IVCP | IVPN | IVSN | IW1 | IW2 | IWT | Izmir

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J | J | JAA | JAAT | JAAWSC | JALLC | JAPCC | JARC | JASSM | JAT | JATO | JBD | JBTC | JC Lisbon | JCA | JCB | JCC | JCG | JCMMG | JCP | JCS | JD | JDAM | JDISS | JEMDES | JEPS | JEWC(C)1 | JEWC(C)2 | JEWCS | JEWCS | JFACC | JFAI | JFC | JFHQ | JFLCC | JFMO | JFPF | JFTC | JHNSP | JHQ Lisbon | JIC1 | JIC2 | JIC3 | JICC | JICT | JIP | JISE | JISR | JLC | JLOC | JLP | JLPG | JLSP | JLV | JM | JMAPS | JMC1 | JMC2 | JMCC | JMCIS | JMETL | JMEX | JMP | JOA | JOC | JOCE | JOINTEX | JOPG | JP | JPC1 | JPC2 | JPF | JPG | JPIC | JPO | JPWHQ | JRC1 | JRC2 | JRCC | JSA | JSB | JSC1 | JSC2 | JSC3 | JSF | JSMS | JSOTF | JSP | JSTARS | JSTPS | JTAA | JTAA | JTB | JTCC | JTF | JTFP | JTIDS | JTLS | JTMS | JWC | JWID

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K | K-KILL | KAIA | KAU | KCMIA | KDC | KDOM | KE | KEK | kEUR | KEW | KFOR | KIA1 | KIA2 | KMC | KMNB | KMT | KMTC | KPSS | KST | KVM

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L | L&R | LA&R | LAA1 | LAA2 | LAAWC | LAB | LAC | LAC | LADS | LALC | LAMPS | LAMS | LAN1 | LAN2 | LAP | LAPA | LAR | LARS1 | LARS2 | LARS3 | LASF | LASH | LASM | LASWC1 | LASWC2 | LAV | LAW | LCA | LCAC | LCAR | LCC1 | LCC2 | LCC3 | LCC4 | LCC5 | LCE | LCFA | LCH | LCHQ | LCN | LCP | LDS | LEC | LEC | LEGAD | LEO | LEP | LEP | LEST | LEU | LEV | LF | LFAS | LFE | LFRIL | LGB | LHA1 | LHA2 | LHD | LIC | LIDAR1 | LINC | LIO | LJ | LJF | LL1 | LL2 | LL3 | LLAD | LLAPI | LLMC | LLN | LLR | LLRS | LLS | LLSUA | LLTR | LLTV | LMCC | LMG | LN1 | LN2 | LNO | LO | LOA1 | LOA2 | LOAC | LOACREP | LOC1 | LOC2 | LOC3 | LOCE1 | LOCE2 | LOCON | LOCPOD | LOCPOL | LOGASREQ | LOGASSESSREP | LOGDEF | LOGDEFICIENCY | LOGDEFICIENCY | LOGDEPLAND | LOGEX | LOGFAS | LOGFASS | LOGREQ1 | LOGREQ2 | LOGSITLAND | LOGSITREP | LOGSTAR | LOGSUMREP | LOGSUMREP | LOGSUMREP | LOGSURPLUS | LOH | LoI | LOI1 | LOI2 | LOJI | LOMEZ | LOP | LOPAR | LORAD | LORAN station | LOS | LOSAM | LOSHADREP | LOT | LOTS | LOWCAP | LP1 | LP2 | LPAR | LPD1 | LPD2 | LPH | LPI | LPOC | LPPS | LR1 | LR2 | LR3 | LR4 | LR5 | LRA1 | LRA2 | LRBM | LRC | LRCM | LRF | LRI | LRINF | LRM | LRMP | LRMS | LRN | LRRP | LRS | LRSN | LRSOM | LRSP | LRTNF | LRU | LS1 | LS2 | LS3 | LSA | LSB | LSD1 | LSD2 | LSE | LSL | LSP | LSS | LT1 | LT2 | LTA | LTBF | LTBMD | LTBT | LTC1 | LTC2 | LTCR | LTD | LTDP | LTFF | LTFP1 | LTFP2 | LTG | LTIP | LTPA | LTPG | LTR | LTS | LTT | LTZ | LV | LW | LWR1 | LWR2 | LZ

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M | M&A | M&S | M&T | M&TG | MA | MAB | MAC1 | MAC2 | MAC3 | MACA | MACC | MACE | machine gun | MACPED | MAD1 | MAD2 | MADC | Madrid | MADVEC | MAGTF | MAIM | MAL | MAN | MANPADS | MANUA | MAOT | MAP | MAPE | MAPEX | MAREX | MARREP | MARSTAN | MARV | MASCAL | MASINT | MASS1 | MASS2 | MASSTIC | MAT | MATCH | MATCONOFF | MATELO | MAU | MAVOC | MAW | MB | MBC | MBF | MBFR | MBG | MBGC | MBPRB | MBT | MC | MC/CS | MC/PS | MCA | MCAOC | MCASB | MCC1 | MCC2 | MCC3 | MCC4 | MCC5 | MCC6 | MCCAP | MCCIS | MCCS | MCD | MCDA | MCG | MCJSB | MCLSB | MCM1 | MCM2 | MCM3 | MCMEX | MCMG | MCMOPDIR | MCMR | MCMSB | MCMV | MCP1 | MCP2 | MCR1 | MCR2 | MCRTF | MCS | MCSB | MCSC | MCSF | MCT1 | MCT2 | MCTC | MCTSP | MCWG | MD1 | MD2 | MD3 | MD4 | MDA1 | MDA2 | MDA3 | MDAHG | MDASM | MDC | MDCS | MDF1 | MDF2 | MDF3 | MDL | MDM | MDMP1 | MDMP2 | MDN | MDP | MDU | MEA1 | MEA2 | MEADS | MEAS | MEB | Med | MED1 | MED2 | MED2 | MEDAD | MEDASSESSREP | MEDCC | MEDCENT | MEDEAST | MedEvac | MEDEVAC | MEDHNS | MEDNOREAST | MEDOC | MEDP | MEDR | MEDSITREP | MEDSOUTHEAST | MEDSUPLAN | Medvedja | Medvedja | MEE | MEF1 | MEF2 | MEF3 | MEIG | MEL | MENA | MEO | MEP | mer | MER | mer | MERB | MERCASREP | MERCAST | MERCO | MERCOMMS | MERCS | MEREP | MERSHIP | MERSHIPWARN | MES | MESAR | MESG | METCON | METL | METOC | METT | MEU | MEUR | MEWSG | MEZ | MF1 | MF2 | MFRS | MG | MGID | MGRS1 | MGRS2 | MH1 | MH2 | MHC1 | MHC2 | MHE | MHN | MHQ | MI | MIA | MIAU | MICAS | MICV | MIDAS | MIDS | MIF1 | MIF2 | MIJI | MIL | MIL-STD | MIL-STD | MILCO | MILCOM | MILEC | MILOC | MILOPs | MILPOL | MILPOL | MILREP | MILSPEC | MILSTAND | MILSTRIP | MIMS | MIMU | MINEX | MINEXREP | MINUK | MIO | MIOS | MIP | MIR | MIRV | MIS | MISPEC | MISREP | MISSUM | MIWC | MIWC | MJLC1 | MJLC2 | ML | MLA | MLB | MLBT | MLC | MLF | MLM | MLO | MLPB | MLRS | MLRS | MLS1 | MLS2 | MLSB | MLT | MLU | MM | MMC | MMCC1 | MMCC2 | MMF | MMHS | MMI | MMOU | MMR | MMS | MMU | MN | MN DDP | MNATF | MNAU | MNB | MNBT | MNCCS | MND1 | MND2 | MNF | MNFS | MNLC(A) | MNLC(L) | MNLC(M) | MNLC1 | MNLC2 | MNMF | MNSE | MNSTC-I | MNT | MOA1 | MOA2 | MOB1 | MOB2 | MOB3 | MOB3 | MOBEX | MOBS | MOD | MOE | MOIC | MOOTW | MOPC | MOPRB | MOR | MORBAT | MORTREP | MOS | MOTS | MOU | MOU HQ SFN/ | MOU QG SFN | MOVEREP | MOVEX | MOVREP | MOVSITREP | MOVSUMREP | MP1 | MP2 | MPA | MPC1 | MPC2 | MPCS | MPE | MPF | MPFSEE | MPG | MPI | MPMS | MPS | MPUE | MR(A) | MR1 | MR2 | MR3 | MRAAM | MRAG | MRAH | MRAV | MRBM | MRC1 | MRC2 | MRCA | MRCC | MRE | MRF | MRFL | MRG1 | MRG2 | MRL1 | MRL2 | MRL2 | MRLS | MRMS | MRN | MRO1 | MRO2 | MRR | MRRF | MRS | MRSAM | MRT1 | MRT2 | MRV | MS1 | MS2 | MS3 | MSA1 | MSA2 | MSAG | MSB | MSBS | MSC | MSD | MSE1 | MSE2 | MSF | MSFZ | MSG | Msg | MSGID | MSI | MSIAC | MSK | MSL | Msn | MSO | MSOW | MSR1 | MSR2 | MSS | MSTAR | MSTC | MSTZ | MSU | MSV | MSZ | MT | MTA1 | MTA2 | MTBF | MTBR | MTCC | MTF1 | MTF2 | MTFP1 | MTFP2 | MTH | MTI | MTIP1 | MTIP2 | MTIWG | MTL | MTMS | MTP | MTR | MTRP | MTT | MTTR1 | MTTR2 | MTTR3 | MTTR4 | MUAS | MUAT | MUC | MUCI | MUF | MUG | MV | MW | MW OP | MW Supp | MWA1 | MWA2 | MWC | MWHQ1 | MWHQ1 | MWHQ2 | MWHQ3 | MWOP | MWOP | MWR | MWS | MWTR | MWV | MYR

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N | N-hour | N/T | NA1 | NA2 | NA2 | NA5CRO | NAA | NAAG | NAB | NABS | NAC | NACCIS | NACMA | NACMO | NACMO BOD | NACOS | NACSI | NAD | NADC | NADDO | NADEFCOL | NADGE | NADREPs | NADSI | NAE | NAEGIS | NAEW | NAEW | NAEW&C FC | NAEW&CF | NAEW&CS | NAEWF | NAEWF | NAEWFC | NAEWFC | NAFAG | NAFS | NAG | NAHEMA | NAI1 | NAI2 | NAIRN | NAL | NALLA | NALS | NALSS | NAMAT | NAMEADSMA | NAMEADSMO | NAMFI | NAMILCOM | NAMP | NAMSA | NAMSA HQ | NAMSO | NAOCC | NAPMA | NAPMO | NAPR | NAS | NASG | NASIS | NASP | NATIES | NATINEAD | NATINEADS | NATIP | NATIS | NATMC | NATO | NATO HQ | NATO-EU | NATOCLIP | NAU | NAVAREA | NAVEX | NAVSAT | NAVWAR | NBC | NBC ACC | NBC CC1 | NBC CC2 | NBC Def | NBC SCC | NBC ZCC | NBCD | NBI1 | NBI2 | NBSV | NBSVE | NC | NC3-IC | NC3A | NC3B | NC3O | NCAA | NCAB | NCAC | NCAGS | NCAGSEX | NCAGSLO | NCAGSORG | NCARC | NCB1 | NCB2 | NCCAP | NCCB | NCCIS | NCCP | NCCS | NCEP | NCF | NCIS | NCISS | NCMP | NCN | NCO | NCO i/c | NCO i/c | NCOE | NCOIC | NCOIC | NCPR | NCPR | NCR | NCRS | NCRSM | NCS1 | NCS2 | NCS3 | NCS4 | NCSA | NCSREPs | NCSTP | NCTR | NCW | NCWA | NDAC | NDB1 | NDB2 | NDC | NDE | NDI/E | NDI1 | NDI2 | NDMA | NDMAA | NDMC | NDPP | NDPR | NDS | NDSS | NDT | NEC1 | NEC2 | NECB | NED | NEDB | NEDEX | NEDEX | NEDP | NEFF | NEFMO | NEM | NEM | NEO | NEPB | NEPS | NEQ | NES | NESS | NET | NETF | NETMA | NETMO | NEU | NEWAC | NEWCS | NEWVAN | NFA | NFC | NFCE | NFH | NFL | NFLS | NFO | NFOV | NFR | NFS | NFSR | NFZ | NG | NGCS | NGO | NGS | NHMO | NHPLO | NHQC3S | NHQSa | NHQSk | NIAG | NIAP | NIAT | NIB1 | NIB2 | NIC1 | NIC2 | NICS | NICSOI | NICT | NID | NIDS | NIDTS | NIG | NIHBS | NIIG | NIIN | NIMA | NIMCP | NIMIC | NIMP | NIP | NIS1 | NIS2 | NIS2 | NIS2 | NISCO | NISGRT | NIWIP | NIWS | NJFA | NLCC | NLLDB | NLO1 | NLO2 | NLO3 | NLR | NLSC | NLT | NLW | NMA1 | NMA2 | NMAF | NMB | NMC1 | NMC2 | NMCC | NMCCIS | NMD | NMDZ | NMICC | NMLT | NMMF | NMOS | NMPA | NMR1 | NMR2 | NMS1 | NMS2 | NNAC | NNAG | NNCC | NNCCRS | NNCN | NNCS | NNEC | NNEMP | NNG | NNO | NNOC | NNPS | NNTCN | NOA | NOB | NOE | NOFUN | NOHD | NOI | NOIS | NOK | NOMAN | NOMBO | NOME | NON | NONOP | NOP1 | NOP2 | NOR1 | NOR2 | NORFLT | NOS1 | NOS2 | NOSE | NOSIP | NOSREP | NOTAL | NOTAM | NOTAR | NOTS | NPA | NPC1 | NPC2 | NPEDP | NPG | NPG(HLG) | NPIS | NPL | NPLO | NPLT | NPM | NPS1 | NPS2 | NPS3 | NPS4 | NPSM | NPT1 | NPT2 | NQ | NQA | NQAA | NR | NRA | NRBC | NRC | NRC-CS | NRC-MR | NRDC | NRDC - GNL/ | NRF | NRP | NRRC | NRS | NRT | NS1 | NS2 | NSA | NSA1 | NSA2 | NSAG | NSB | NSC1 | NSC1 | NSC2 | NSCC1 | NSCC2 | NSCIMA | NSDD | NSDL | NSE1 | NSE2 | NSE3 | NSG | NSI | NSIE | NSIF | NSIP | NSIRB | NSL | NSLB | NSLG | NSMO | NSN | NSNW | NSO1 | NSO2 | NSP1 | NSP2 | NSP3 | NSR | NSS1 | NSS2 | NSSE | NSSG | NSSL | NSSN | NSSS | NST1 | NST2 | NSTR | NSVN | NTB1 | NTB2 | NTDB | NTDI | NTDS | NTF | NTG1 | NTG2 | NTIS | NTL | NTM | NTM-I | NTMS | NTP | NTR | NTS1 | NTS2 | NTTS | NU1 | NU2 | NUC | NUCINT | NUCSTAT | NUMC | NURC | NURP(S) | NVA | NVD | NVG | NVI | NVSN | NW | NWAPPS | NWOO | NWRA | NWRP | NWS

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O | O&M | O&S | OA1 | OA2 | OA3 | OA4 | OACI | OACI | OAS | OAT | OB | OB | OBA | Obj | OBM | OC | OCA/DCA | OCA1 | OCA2 | OCA3 | OCC | OCDE | OCDM | OCE | OCHA | OCM | OCP | OCS | ODB | ODBE | ODL | ODP | ODV | OE1 | OE2 | OE3 | OE4 | OECD | OEM | OEW | OF | OFF | OFN | OFP | OFT | OHQ | OHR | OI1 | OI2 | OiC | OIG | OIM | OIR | OJEC | OJT | OLAFAS | OLF | OLRT | OMF1 | OMF2 | OMG | OMI | ONC | ONG | ONST | ONT | ONTC | ONU | ONU | ONURC | OOA | OOB | OOB | OOSE | OOTW | OOV | Op | OP DEF | OP/REP | OP/REP | OP1 | OP2 | OpCdr | OPCOM | OPCON | OPDEC | OPFOR | OPI | OPINTEL | OPLAN | OPLAW | OPLO | OPLOH | OPORD | OPORDER | OPORDER | OPP | OPR1 | OPR2 | OPREP | OPS1 | OPS1 | OPS2 | OPSEC | OPSTR | OPT | OPTINT | OPWG | OQO | OR1 | OR2 | ORBAT | ORBAT TOA | ORBL | ORD | ORE | ORF | ORI | ORP1 | ORP2 | ORTP | OS | OSA1 | OSA2 | OSA3 | OSC | OSCC | OSCE | OSE1 | OSE2 | OSI1 | OSI2 | OSI3 | OSINT | OSOCC | OSOR | OSS | OSSC | OST1 | OST2 | OSU | OT | OT&E | OTA | OTAD | OTAN | OTAN HAWK | OTAN HAWK /OPLOH/ | OTAN-UE | OTAR | OTC | OTH | OTHR | OTHRF | OTHT | OTr | OTS | OTSR | OUG

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P | P&A | P&C | P&I | P&P | P3 | PAC | PACE | PAD | PADP | PADTA | PADW | PAL | PAM | PAO | PAPS | PAR1 | PAR2 | PAR3 | PAR4 | PARP | PAS1 | PAS2 | PASSEX | PATB | PATMAR1 | PATMAR2 | PB | PB&Cs | PB&Cs | PBCs | PBIST | PBL | PBMR | PBOS | PBW | PC1 | PC2 | PC3 | PCA1 | PCA2 | PCA3 | PCC1 | PCC2 | PCC3 | PCCADS | PCG | PCGDA | PCMUE | PCRS | PCS1 | PCS2 | PCS3 | PCSC | PCU | PD1 | PD2 | PDC1 | PDC2 | PDDA | PDF | PDL | PDMS | PDN | PDR | PDS1 | PDS2 | PDSS | PDT | PDV | PDWS | PE1 | PE2 | PE3 | PEA | PECC | PECO | PECSD | PEO | PER FAS | PERFASS | PERMREP | PES1 | PES2 | PES3 | PESC | PESD | PF | PFE | PFM | PFNS | PfP | PfP/SC | PfPTEEP | PFS | PG1 | PG2 | PG3 | PG4 | PGD | PGI | PGM | PHE | PHIB | PHIBEX | PHOTINT | PHQ | PHS&T | PI | PIA1 | PIA2 | PIB | PIC1 | PIC2 | PICC | PID | PIF1 | PIF2 | PIFWC | PIM | PIMS | PIO1 | PIO2 | PIO3 | PIP1 | PIP2 | PIR1 | PIR2 | PIR3 | PIRE | PISITREP | PK | Pk | PK Ops | PK Ops | PKI | PKO | PKP | PL | Pl | PLA1 | PLA2 | PLAID | PLB | PlC | PLE | PLO | PlO | PLS | PLT1 | PLT2 | PLV | PM1 | PM2 | PM3 | PM4 | PM5 | PMA | PMC | PME | PMF | PMG1 | PMG2 | PMNF | PMO | PMR | PNB | PNE | PNET | PO1 | PO2 | PO3 | PO4 | PO4 | POB | POC1 | POC2 | POD1 | POD2 | POE1 | POE2 | POET | POL | POLAD | POLHE | POMCUS | POMSS | POP | PoP | POSA | POSS | POSSUB | POV | POW/PRG | POW1 | POW2 | PP1 | PP2 | PPA | PPBS | PPC | PPE | PPE | PPI | PPP | PPP1 | PPP2 | PPPI | PPR | PPRB | PPS1 | PPS2 | PR | PR/PI | PRB | PRE-EX | PREREADEX | PRF | PRH | PROBSUB | PROSUB | PROSUB | PROTAC | PRS1 | PRS2 | PRT | PRTD | PS | PSA1 | PSA2 | PSA3 | PSBR | PSC | PSD | PSE1 | PSE2 | PSF | PSO1 | PSO2 | PSP | PSPA | PSR | PSRA | PSS | PST | PSTN | PSVP | PsyOp(s) | PSYOPS | PSYOPS | PSYWAR | PT | PTA | PTB Treaty | PTBT | PTG | PTO1 | PTO2 | PTSD | PTW | PU | PUC | PVO | PVST | PWC | PWG | PWHQ | PWHQ | PWP | PWRS | PXD | PXE | PXR | PZ1 | PZ2 | PZ3

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
Q | Q&A | QA | QAT | QG | QG CRR - FR | QG MNC NE | QG NDC - GR | QG NRDC - GNL | QG NRDC - SP | QG NRDC - TU | QG NRDC - IT | QG SFN | QG SFN | QG STRIKFORNATO | QGCA | QGG | QGGF | QGGFR | QGGM1 | QGGM2 | QGGP | QGGPI | QGGR | QGP | QIP | QMR | QOS | QPCU | QRA | QRF | QRO1 | QRO2 | QRS | QRT | QSP | QUARTET

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
R | R and I | R&D | R&M | R&R | R&S | R-D | R-Hour | R/A | R/L | R/T | R/V | R2P2 | RA1 | RA2 | RAAMS | RAAP | RAC | RACA | RACE | RACON | RACP | RAD | RADC | RADFREQ | RADHAZ | RADIAC | RADINT | RADOC | RAF | RALCC | RAM1 | RAM2 | RAM3 | RAMCC | RAMIT | RAMPS | RAN | RAOC | RAOP | RAP1 | RAP2 | RAPC | RAPC | RAPCON | RAS1 | RAS2 | RASCC | RASIT | RASP | RASREQ | RAT1 | RAT2 | RATAC | RATCC | RATT | RBO | RBS | RC1 | RC2 | RC3 | RC4 | RC5 | RC6 | RCC1 | RCC2 | RCIED | RCM | RCP | RCS1 | RCS2 | RCZ | RD | RD&P | RDBMS | RDD1 | RDD2 | RDF1 | RDF2 | RDGM | RDP1 | RDP2 | RDT&E | RDV | RDV | RE/RE | REA | REC | RECCE | RECCEXREP | RECF | RECO | RECON | RECON | RECONEX | RECS | RECSHIP | RECSTA | RELSAT | REMACT | REP1 | REP2 | REP3 | RES1 | RES2 | RESCAP | RESCO | RESCORT | REV | REW(S) | RF | RF(A) | RF(A)S | RFA1 | RFA2 | RFAF | RFB | RFB | RFB | RFB | RFF | RFG | RFHQ | RFI1 | RFI2 | RFIMS | RFL1 | RFL2 | RFO | RFOM | RFP | RFP | RFP | RFP | RFQ | RFW | RGS1 | RGS2 | RH | RHAW | RHIB | RHQ | RI | RIB | RIC | RIP1 | RIP2 | RIP3 | RIPL | RIR | RIS | RISTA | RIW | RLE | RLN | RLT | RM | RMA1 | RMA2 | RMF | RMN | RMO | RMP | RN | RNCS | RNIS | RO | ro-ro | RO/RO | RO/RO | ROA | ROD1 | ROD2 | ROE | ROEM | ROEREQ | ROHUM | ROM | ROR | RORSAT | ROS | ROSS | ROTA | ROV | ROZ | RP1 | RP2 | RP3 | RP4 | RP5 | RPC1 | RPC2 | RPCO | RPCO | RPG1 | RPG2 | RPO | RPOD | RPP | RPS | RPV (COED) | RR | RRF | RRH | RRL | RRP | RRR | RRTF | RS1 | RS2 | RS3 | RSA | RSB | RSC1 | RSC2 | RSCC1 | RSCC2 | RSFTA | RSG1 | RSG2 | RSI | RSN | RSOI | RSOM | RSP1 | RSP2 | RSPL | RSR | RSS | RSTA | RSUE | RTA | RTB | RTC1 | RTC2 | RTC3 | RTL | RTN | RTNC | RTO | RTS | RV1 | RV2 | RV2 | RVR | RW1 | RW2 | RWI | RWP | RWR | RX | RZ

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
S | S/A | S/A | S/SSRRCS | SA(N) | SA1 | SA2 | SA3 | SA4 | SA5 | SA6 | SA7 | SA8 | SAA1 | SAA2 | SAA3 | SAAWC | SAC1 | SAC2 | SAC3 | SACC | SACEUR | SACEUREP | SACEUREX | SACEUR'S AIR | SACEX | SACLANT | SACLOS | SACO | SACT | SACTREPEUR | SADC | SAE | SAF | SAG | SAGC | SAGE | SAI | SAL1 | SAL2 | SALT1 | SALT2 | SALW | SAM | SAMOC | SAN | SAOA | SAP1 | SAP2 | SAP3 | SAPP | SAR OP | SAR1 | SAR2 | SAREX | SARIR | SARNEG | SAROP | SARREQ | SARSAT | SARSIT | SART | SARTF | SAS1 | SAS2 | SASO | SASP | SASS | SASUWC | SASWC | SAT | SATCOM | SATCP | SATNAV | SAU | SAUC | SAWHQ | SBS | SBT | SC1 | SC2 | SC3 | SC4 | SC5 | SC6 | SCARS | SCATMIN | SCATMINREC | SCATMINREP | SCATMINWARN | SCBA | SCC1 | SCC2 | SCC3 | SCD | SCEM1 | SCEM2 | SCEMA | SCEPC | SCI1 | SCI2 | SCIP | SCMF | SCMM | SCN | SCO | SCP | SCR1 | SCR2 | SCR3 | SCRA | SCZ | SD&I | SD&I C | SD1 | SD2 | SD3 | SDA1 | SDA2 | SDA3 | SDAF | SDC | SDL | SDMP | SDN | SDOC | SDOS | SDP | SDR1 | SDR2 | SDR3 | SDRS | SE | SEAC | SEAD | SEADEX | SEARCHEX | SEC | SECAN | SECGEN | SecOP | SEECP | SEEI | SENIT | SEP | SER | SERE | SES | SESS | SETO | SEV | SEW | SEWOC | SEZ | SF1 | SF2 | SFL | SFLE | SFN | SFOR | SFOR/KFOR | SFR | SFS | SFVI | SGBD | SGBDR | SGC | SGP | SGSA | SGT | SHAPE | SHD | SHED | SHED COINS | SHELREP | SHORAD | SHORADEZ | SHORADS | SHORAN | SI1 | SI2 | SI3 | SI4 | SIAP1 | SIAP2 | SIBCRA | SIC1 | SIC2 | SIF1 | SIF2 | SIGEX | SIGINT | SIGINT COINS | SILCEP | SILTAR | SIM | SINS | SINTAC | SIO | SIP | SIR | SIS | SISAL | SISO | SISRS | SITCEN | SITREP | SITSUM | SL1 | SL2 | SLAR | SLBM | SLCM1 | SLCM2 | SLCM3 | SLG | SLIR | SLM | SLOC | SLOT | SLP1 | SLP2 | SLR | SLV | SLWPG | SM | SMA1 | SMA2 | SMA3 | SMAA | SMADEF | SMASHEX | SMDC | SMER | SMERAT | SMG | SMMAPP | SMO | SMP1 | SMP2 | SMR | SN | SNA | SNAC | SNAP | SNARP | SNC | SNCO | SNE | SNF1 | SNF2 | SNIP | SNLC | SNLE | SNMCMG | SNMCMG1 | SNMCMG2 | SNMG | SNMG1 | SNMG2 | SNOWCAT | SNR | SNS1 | SNS2 | SNW | SO1 | SO2 | SOA | SOC1 | SOC2 | SOC3 | SOCA | SOCCE | SOCMET | SOE | SOF1 | SOF2 | SOFA | SOG | SOI1 | SOI2 | SOI3 | SOJ | SONOR | SOOC | SOP | SOR1 | SOR2 | SOR3 | SOSTAR | SOSTAS | SOTAS | SOW1 | SOW2 | SOW3 | SP1 | SP2 | SP3 | SP4 | SP5 | SP6 | SPA1 | SPA2 | SPAR | SPAWAR | SPC | SPC(R) | SPCS | SPF1 | SPF2 | SPG | SPI | SPINS | SPM | SPOAC | SPOC | SPOD | SPOE | SPOW | SPR | SPS1 | SPS2 | SPS3 | SPW | SPZ | SQN | SQN | Sqn1 | Sqn2 | SR1 | SR2 | SR3 | SR4 | SR5 | SRA1 | SRA2 | SRAAM | SRAM1 | SRAM2 | SRARM | SRB | SRBM | SRCC | SRE | SRF | SRG | SRM | SRN | Srpska | Srpska | SRR | SRS1 | SRS2 | SRS3 | SRS4 | SRSG | SRSOM | SRT | SRU | SS | SS-N | SSB1 | SSB2 | SSBN | SSBS | SSC | SSE | SSI | SSIZ | SSJ | SSK | SSKP | SSL1 | SSL2 | SSM1 | SSM2 | SSMA | SSN | SSO1 | SSO2 | SSO3 | SSP1 | SSP2 | SSP3 | SSR(A) | SSR(L) | SSR1 | SSR2 | SSR3 | SSRA | SSRS | SSRZ | SSS | SSSB | SSSC | SSV | SSZ | STA1 | STA2 | STAFFEX | STANAG | STAR | START1 | START2 | STARTEX | STAS | STC | STOL | STOVL | STRATEVAC | STRIKEX | STRIKFLTLANT | STRIKFORNATO | STRIKFORNATO/ | STU | STUFT | STVF | STVIF | STW | SUA | SUBEX | SUBLOOK | SUBMISS | SUBNOTE | SUBOPAUTH | SUBSUNK | SUCAP | SUCOC | SUPINTREP | SUPIR | SUPLAN | SUPLAN | SUPPLAN | SUPPLAN | SURCAP | SURF | SURFMOVREP | SURTAS | SUS | SVC | SVE | SVR | SVTC | SW1 | SW2 | SWAPPS | SWATH | SWC | SWEEPEX | SWEPS | SWG | SWHQ | SWITCHEX | SWMOVEX | Sy | SYNADEX | SYNEX | SYSEVAL | SZ1 | SZ2

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
T | T&AT | T&E1 | T&E2 | T/O | T/R | T/W | TA FR/SHAPE | TA1 | TA2 | TA3 | TA4 | TA5 | TA6 | TA7 | TAA1 | TAA2 | TAA3 | TAC | TACAIR | TACAN | TACC | TACE | TACEVAL | TACJAM | TACOM | TACON | TACOS | TACP1 | TACP2 | TACS1 | TACS2 | TACSATCOM | TACTAS | TAD1 | TAD2 | TAD3 | TADB | TADC | TADIL | TAF | TAI | TAL | TAM | TAO1 | TAO2 | TAOC | TAOO | TAOR | TAPA | TAR | TARCAP | TARE | TARWI | TAS | TASLO | TASM1 | TASM2 | TASMO | TBCE | TBM EW | TBM1 | TBM2 | TBM3 | TBMD | tbn | TC1 | TC2 | TC3 | TC4 | TC5 | TC6 | TCA1 | TCA2 | TCC | TCCE | TCF | TCM1 | TCM2 | TCN | TCO | TCP1 | TCP2 | TCR | TCSOR | TD | TDA1 | TDA2 | TDA3 | TDF | TDI | TDL | TDMA | TDP1 | TDP2 | TDS1 | TDS2 | TDTS | TDY | TDZ | TE1 | TE2 | Team | TEC | TED | TEED | TEG1 | TEG2 | TEL | TELAR | TEM | TEP | TEPSO | TERCOM | TEREC | TESS | TEU1 | TEU2 | TEZ | TF1 | TF2 | TF3 | TFA | TFR | TFS1 | TFS2 | TG | TGM1 | TGM2 | TGS | TH | THAAD | THN | THT | TI1 | TI2 | TIALDS | TIC1 | TIC2 | TIDE | TIIF | TIP | TIR | TJS | TLE1 | TLE2 | TLP | TLS | TLT | TM | TMA | TMC | TMCC | TMD1 | TMD2 | TMG | TMPS | TMRR | TMT | TN | TNF1 | TNF2 | TNG | TNP | TNW | TO | TO THE / À LA | TO&E | TOA1 | TOA2 | TOC1 | TOC1 | TOC2 | TOC3 | ToD | TOD1 | TOD2 | TOD3 | TOD4 | TOE | TOI | TOIED | TOL | TOLD | TOMAHAWK | TOO1 | TOO2 | TOPFAS | TOR1 | TOR2 | TOSCA | TOT1 | TOT2 | TOW1 | TOW2 | TP | TPA | TPD | TPFD | TPIY | TPR | TPS | TPSS | TPT | TQM | TR1 | TR2 | TRA | TRACSVAN | TRAM | TRANSEC | TRAP | TRE1 | TRE2 | TREE | TRF | TRIGAT | TRIGS | TRL | TRM | TRP | TRR | TRS | TRU | TRX | TS | TSG | TSGCE | TSGT | TSM | TSMS | TSR | TST1 | TST2 | TTB Treaty | TTBT | TTC | TTIU | TTW1 | TTW2 | TU | TUE | TV BNL | TVA | TVI | TX | TX | Tx1 | Tx2 | Tx2

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
U | U/C | UA1 | UA2 | UAV | UC | UCAV | UCPBM | UCS | UD | UDT | UDU | UE | UEO | UEO | UFE | UGS | UHE | UIC | UIT | UIT | UIT-R | UK/NL AMF | UKADGE | UKADR | UL | ULLZZ | UMA | UMF | UN | UN | UN Peace | UN Res Various resolutions of the United Nations General | UNAMA | UNCRO | UNHCR | UNMCDU | UNMIK | UNMO | UNOCHA | UNPA | UNPF | UNPREDEP | UNPROFOR | UNREP | UNSC | UNSC | UNSCR | UNSCR | UNSMA | UP | UR | URAV | URC | UREF | URG | USD | UTC | UTH | UTM | UW | UWT | UXB | UXO

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
V | V/S | VA1 | VA2 | VARS | VASI | VASIS | VBC | VBCI | VBIED | VBL | VBLR | VBPP | VBTP | VBTT | VCAC | VCAL | VCC1 | VCC2 | VCI1 | VCI2 | VCIM | VCP | VD | VDD | VDDS | VDP | VDS1 | VDS2 | VDU | VECTAC | VER | VERTREP | VFR | VGPO | VGS | VGW | VHA | VI | VLCC | VLL | VLLZZ | VMC | VMFI | VN | VNC | VNCS | VO | VOB | VOD | VOF | VOIED | VPN | VSAT | VSHORAD | VSHORADS | VSTOL | VT | VTC | VTH | VTOL

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
W | W&R | WAC | WACS | WADS | WAN | WARDAM | WARM | WARM | WAS | WBIED | WCB | WCO | WCP | WE | WEC | WEU | WEU | WEZ | WF | WFZ | WFZ | WG | WGNTE | WGS | WH | WHNS | WHQ | WHQEX | WI | WIA | WIC | WIG | WIP | WMD | WP1 | WP2 | WP3 | WPC | WPP | WPR | WRC | WRM | WRS | WRSK | WS1 | WS2 | WS3 | WSLC | WSM | WSP | WSPC | WSSS | WSSS

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
X | XMTR | XP

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
Y | Y-1 | YIR

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/doctrine/other/aap15.pdf
Z | Z-1 | ZA | ZAR | ZDA | ZI | ZPNU | ZRR | ZSNF | ZST | ZTL


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Guerrilla-Marketing (W3)

nennt man den Versuch im Überangebot der Werbung besondere Akzente zu setzen. Die Bezeichnung bezieht sich auf die Taktik der Vietkong, die mit zahlenmässig unterlegenen Einheiten gegen den übermächtigen Gegner kämpften. Fast in doppelter Hinsicht kann man z.B. die Plakate von Benetton als Guerilla-Marketing bezeichnen.

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hazegray.org
Naval Terminology, Jargon and Slang

(E?)(L?) http://www.hazegray.org/




(E?)(L?) http://www.hazegray.org/faq/slang1.htm

Naval Terminology, Jargon and Slang FAQ - Part 1 - A through M


(E?)(L?) http://www.hazegray.org/faq/slang2.htm

Naval Terminology, Jargon and Slang FAQ - Part 2 - N through Z


Erstellt: 2014-06

Hell's Angel (W3)

In der Army war es bereits Tradition, dass sich die Soldaten als "Höllenengel" bezeichneten. Im zweiten Weltkrieg vereinnahmte die 11th Airborne Division sogar diese Bezeichnung. Die Soldaten dieser Einheit waren Fallschirmjäger, die hinter der Front in die Hölle sprangen. Nach dem Krieg war es für viele der ehemaligen Soldaten schwierig, ins zivile Leben zurückzufinden. Sie durchzogen Amerika und trafen sich mit alten Kampfgefährten. 1949 entstand daraus der erste "Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club" in Fontana, Califoria. Von da an bildete sich ein neuer Mythos um die Motorradgruppe. 1969 waren sie als Sicherheitstruppe beim Rolling Stones Konzert bei San Franzisko eingesetzt, bei dem es zu einem Toten kam. Mittlerweile gehören der Gruppe weltweit mehrere tausend Mitglieder an.

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Jeep (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?channel=&ressort=st%20%20&id=51071&archiv=true

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Die Etymologie des Wortes "Jeep" liegt allerdings im dunkeln. Die häufigstgehörte Version mit einer gewissen Wahrscheinlichkeit geht so: Als die amerikanische Armee sich im Zweiten Weltkrieg solche Fahrzeuge zulegte, nannte man diese, der Vorliebe aller Militärs für Abkürzungen folgend, "GP" für "general purpose", zu deutsch etwa "Allzweck"(-Fahrzeug). Nach englischen Ausspracheregeln klingt das "Dschih-Pih", woraus im Alltagsjargon der amerikanischen Soldaten bald "Dschihp" wurde und das schreibt sich englisch korrekt eben wieder "Jeep".
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military-entertainment complex

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/archives/M.asp


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National Guard (W3)

Dt. "Nationalgarde", frz. "Garde nationale" (1789), engl. "National Guard" geht zurück auf die in der französischen Revolution 1789 in Frankreich gegründete französische Bürgerwehr "Garde nationale". Die französische Nationalgarde wurde 1871 wieder aufgelöst. Die Bezeichnung wurde jedoch, als engl. "National Guard", in vielen Ländern für militärische oder paramilitärische Einheiten übernommen. So etwa für die Miliz der US-Einzelstaaten und Reserve der US-Streitkräfte.

"National guardsman" dates back to 1961.

(E?)(L2) http://www.britannica.com/




(E?)(L?) http://encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/700005.html?entryI

Illinois National Guard


(E?)(L?) http://encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/6350.html

National Guardsmen Questioning African American, 1919


(E?)(L?) http://www.childrensbooksonline.org/super-index_D.htm

National Guard Quadrille


(E?)(L?) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/p

Proctor, H. G. (Harry George):
The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania, in the World War
The authentic and comprehensive narrative of the gallant deeds and glorious achievements of the 28th division in the world's greatest war (English) (as Author)


(E?)(L?) http://science.howstuffworks.com/national-guard-info.htm

National Guard

National Guard, the name in some countries for the organized volunteer militia. The name was first used in 1789, during the French Revolution, when citizens of Paris and other French cities formed militias. The French no longer use the name National Guard for their militia forces, but the term is used for militias in the United States and a few Latin American countries.

In the United States
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(E?)(L?) http://science.howstuffworks.com/national-guard.htm

How is the National Guard different from the regular Army?


(E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/National Guard

National Guard


(E?)(L1) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=air+national+guard

air national guard


(E?)(L?) http://learningenglish.voanews.com/media/video/news-words-national-guard/2511974.html

News Words: National Guard
Published 02/27/2015
What is the National Guard in the United States? Hear about what the National Guard does from our hosts. And please leave a comment about News Words below.


(E?)(L?) http://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/phylum#word=A




(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=National Guard
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "National Guard" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1690 / 1750 auf.

Erstellt: 2015-02

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Pumpgun (W3)

Dieser Begriff für eine Handfeuerwaffe (großkalibriges, mehrschüssiges Schrotgewehr mit Repetiersystem) ist seit etwa 1980 in Gebrauch und setzt sich zusammen aus engl. "pump" = "pumpen" und "gun" = "Schusswaffe".

(E?)(L?) https://www.owid.de/suche/wort?wort=Pumpgun


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riding shotgun (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/showthread.php?t=250054

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The the term "shotgun messenger" or "shotgun guard" does indeed date back to stagecoach days. The term "riding shotgun" however seems to come from the movies of the 30s and 40s, referring to the stagecoach. The first references to "riding shotgun" meaning in an automobile seems to be from the early 1950s.
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"Shotgun house" may well be folk etymology. In his book In Small Things Forgotten, archaeologist James Deetz makes the argument that "shotgun" in this phrase is a corruption of a word that means "house" in some West African language. I don't own a copy of the book, so I can't check the details.
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Vlach has shown that a more likely possibility for the name's origin lies in the Yoruba word for house, to-gun, meaning place of assembly.
Footnote: John Vlach, "Shotgun Houses," Natural History, Vol. 87, no. 2 (1977), pp. 50-57.
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I'm wild-ass guessing here, but it's possible that the term "riding shotgun" referring to an automobile was used in later movies about bootleggers and gangsters... That could easily conflate (is that the word) in the brain to actual booleggers' use?
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Summarizing, my research indicated:
- 1880s actual stagecoach usage for "shotgun messenger" or "shotgun guard".
- 1939 Western movie usage for "riding shotgun" on a stagecoach
- 1954 usage for "riding shotgun" in an automobile
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Just to be clear: the references I found said that the phrase "riding shotgun" emerged from movies (westerns, natch) of the 1940s. On my own, I watched John Ford's STAGECOACH (1939) and found two direct usages of "riding shotgun", so I have found an earlier cite than the other sources.
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I do some amateur genealogy and have read thousands of Civil War documents. I know for a fact that soldiers/guards on the railroads were referred to as "shotgun guards" and/or "shotgun riders".
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roger (W2)

(E1)(L1) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/roger/


(E1)(L1) http://www.worldwidewords.org/
military radio-speak meaning 'I understand' = 'Ich verstehe'
Usage of 'roger' in radio transmissions dates to World War II. Roger was the word in the phonetic alphabet that stood for the letter R. Roger was an abbreviation for 'received', and eventually became radiospeak for OK or I understand.
The phrase 'Roger, Out' is used to acknowledge receipt of a radio message. Roger means 'I understand,' and 'Out' means that you are ending the conversation.
Modern soldiers are rightly confused by the origin as the roger does not stand for the letter R in the current phonetic alphabet used by the American military, Romeo does.
By the way, the term 'Jolly Roger' means 'die Totenkopfflagge'.

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Shock and Awe (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/glosse/14646/1.html
wurde 1996 von Harlan Ullman, einem US-Militärexperten in einer Publikation verwendet, um damit einen Militärschlag zu beschreiben, der den Feind so schockiert, dass er vor "Ehrfurcht" ("awe") die Kampfhandlungen einstellt.
Doch da Ullman damals vergessen hat, diesen Begriff als Markenname beim amerikanischen Patent and Trademark Office anzumelden, ist die Wortkombination bis heute noch frei und ungeschützt. Aber nicht mehr lange.
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SOFA (W3)

"SOFA" steht für "status-of-forces agreement".

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html


SOFAR (W3)

"SOFAR" steht für "SOund Fixing And Ranging".

(E?)(L?) http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/dod_dictionary/index.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.dosits.org/sitemap.htm
How does sound travel long distances? The SOFAR Channel. | History of the SOFAR Channel | Sound Travel in the SOFAR Channel | SOFAR Floats

(E?)(L?) http://www.dosits.org/science/sndmoves/4a.htm


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vet (W3)

Die Abkürzung engl. "vet" steht in Britannien für "veterinarian", "veterinary surgeon" = "Tierarzt", "Veterinär". In den USA steht "vet" dagegen für "veteran", "ex-serviceman" = "ehemaliger Militärangehöriger". Was haben nun ein Tierarzt und ein Altgedienter Soldat gemeinsam?

Der "Veterinär" geht über frz. "vétérinaire" zurück auf lat. "veterinarius" und wurde zu lat. "veterinae" = "Vieh", "Zugvieh" gebildet.

Der "Veteran" geht zurück auf lat. "veteranus" und wurde zu lat. "vetus" = "alt" gebildet. Also auch im Lateinischen scheint es noch keinen Zusammenhang zu geben. Also muß man weiter zurück gehen zu indoeuropäischen Vorgängern. Dort findet man die konstruierte Wurzel "*wet-" = "Jahr". Man kann sich leicht vorstellen, dass daraus im Laufe der Jahre das lateinische Wort für "alt" entstand - so kann man "Alter" im Deutschen etwa umschreiben mit "schon einige Jahre auf dem Buckel haben" oder "in die Jahre kommen" = "alt werden". Noch deutlicher findet man den Zusammenhang in dem etwas antiquierten dt. "jähren" = "alt werden". Und so ist der "Veteran" wörtlich ein "Gejährter", ein "alter Mann". Vermutlich über die ehemaligen römischen Soldaten, die in den Kolonien angesiedelt wurden, bezog sich dt., engl. "Veteran" schon immer auf "alter Soldat", "ausgedienter Soldat".

Das etwas negativ beschreibende englische "inveterate" = "eingewurzelt", aber auch "unverbesserlich", "dickköpfig" basiert natürlich ebenfalls auf der Bedeutung "alt". Schon die Römer hatten ein lat. "inveterare" = "alt werden".

Aus dem ide. "*wet-" entstand aber auch lat. "veterina" = "Vieh". Man kann nur annehmen, dass damit immer ausgewachsene Tiere bezeichnet wurden, die als Milch- und Fleischlieferant oder als Arbeitstier für den Menschen nützlich waren. Jedenfalls entstand aus lat. "veterina" das dt. "Veterinär", frz. "vétérinaire", engl. "veterinarian", dt. "Veterinär-", frz. "vétérinaire", engl. "veterinary".

Neben der Abkürzung "vet" gibt es aber auch ein Verb engl. "to vet" = "überprrüfen" = engl. "to examine carefully and critically" und engl. "vetting" = "Sicherheitsüberprüfung".

Aus dem ide. "*wet-" entstand aber auch engl. "wether" = "Hammel", im Sinne von "ausgewachsenes Schaf" (mindestens ein Jahr alt). Ein engl. "bellwether" ist ein "Leithammel", eine "Hammel mit einer Glocke", a "wether with a bell". Daraus leitet sich die übertragene Bedeutung engl. "bellwether stocks" für "Aktienwerte, die als Indikatoren dienen" ("Leithammel-Aktien") ab.

Die bei "takeourword" geäußerte Vermutung, dass es sich bei "bellwether stocks" um ein verballhorntes "weather-vane" = "Wetterfahne" handelt ist zwar nicht auszuschließen, halte ich aber für eher unwahrscheinlich. Zumindest im Deutschen ist die übertragene Verwendung von "Leithammel" durchaus üblich.

Seltsamerweise brachte das ide. "*wet-" = "Jahr" nicht nur "gejährte" Bedeutungen hervor ("mindestens ein Jahr") sondern auch die gegenteilige Bedeutung "maximal ein Jahr". So steht engl. "veal" = "Kalb", "Kalbfleisch" ("Kalb" von mhd. "kalp", ahd. "chalp", ursprünglich "Leibesfrucht" und dann "Junges").

Übrigens ist auch die dt. "Vettel" = "schlampige Frau", "alte Frau" eine Nachfahrin von lat. "vetula" und lat. "vetulus" = "ältlich", "hässlich".

Und schließlich geht auch das frz. "vieux", "vieille" (altfrz. "vieutz", "vieil") = "alt" auf lat. "vetus" = "alt" zurück.

(E?)(L?) http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dagjones/captdavidperry/captdavidperry.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.aristotle.net/~swarmack/aurochs.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.takeourword.com/TOW182/page1.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.takeourword.com/TOW183/page1.html


Veteran's Honor - Rose

Hybrid Tea, Dark red
Also known as:

(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/roses/browse.lasso


(E?)(L?) http://www.everyrose.com/EveryRose.lasso?-database=RoseDatabase.fp3&-layout=detail&-response=%2feveryrose%2froses%2fdetail.lasso&-recordID=32780&-search

Veteran's Honor dr Dark Red, Hybrid Tea 1999


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/pl.php?n=26296


(E?)(L1) http://www.justourpictures.com/roses/veteranshonor.html


villagevoice
War Glossary

(E?)(L?) http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0314/cotts.php


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Words from 1862
Terms of the American Civil War

Am 17. September des Jahres 1862 fielen 23.000 Soldaten während der 12-stünigen "Battle of Antietam" im "American Civil War". In und nach dieser Schlacht entstanden erstmals Photographien von Toten auf dem Schlachtfeld. Im Jahr 1862 erschienen auch um die 200 neue englische Wörter in gedruckter Form. Viele davon waren dem Bürgerkrieg geschuldet.

Unter den neuen Wörtern findet man:

Erstellt: 2014-12

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Yankee (W3)

Der Ausdruck "Yankee" als vor allem bei Alt-68ern beliebte Bezeichnung für Amerikaner leitet sich von der Bezeichnung für die früheren holländischen Amerika-Auswanderer ab, den "Jan Kees". Man denke auch an "New York" ehemals "Neu Amsterdam".

Im amerikanischen Sezessionskrieg war "Yankee" die Bezeichnung der Nordstaatler. In den 60er Jahren wurde der Begriff generell zur Bezeichnung der US-Amerikaner verwendet.

(E?)(L1) http://66.46.185.79/bdl/gabarit_bdl.asp?Al=1<r=Y
Yankee [Élision et apostrophe]

(E1)(L1) http://www.alphadictionary.com/goodword/archive.jsp?year=2005&month=7


(E1)(L1) http://www.alphadictionary.com/articles/southernese.html


(E1)(L1) http://www.bartleby.com/81/Y1.html


(E?)(L1) http://www.cigarettespedia.com/


(E1)(L1) http://www.etymonline.com/


(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/cgi-bin/wa?S2=ads-l&q=etymology&s=&f=&a=01%2F12%2F18&b=2005


(E?)(L?) http://www.rapdict.org/


(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.sacklunch.net/personalnames/


(E1)(L1) http://www.takeourword.com/backIssues.html
Issue 15 Spotlight: yankee

(E1)(L1) http://www.w-akten.de/worte.phtml


(E1)(L1) http://www.westegg.com/etymology/


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_Dutch_origin


(E1)(L1) http://www.word-detective.com/backidx.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/yankee/


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Bücher zur Kategorie:

Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Militarismus, Militarismo, Militarisme, Militarismo, Militarism

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Dickson, Paul
War Slang
American Fighting Words and Phrases from the Civil War to the Gulf War

(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574887106/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574887106/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574887106/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574887106/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574887106/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 432 Seiten
Verlag: Potomac Books; Auflage: 2nd (Oktober 2003)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
Dickson, an authority on American slang, offers an updated edition of his collection of fighting words and wartime phrases that Americans have used from the Civil War to the Iraq War (with a brief overview of the Revolutionary War). Terms and brief definitions and explanations are arranged chronologically by war, revealing military slang at its mos
New York: Pocket Books, 1994.


Donald, Graeme (Autor)
Sticklers, Sideburns and Bikinis
The Military Origins of Everyday Words and Phrases

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.it/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologporta-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1849081573/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 280 Seiten
Verlag: Osprey Publishing (23. März 2010)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
Did you know they started "hearing through the grapevine" during the American Civil War, that "ghettos" originated in Venice or that "deadline" has a very sinister origin? Jam-packed with many amazing facts, "Sticklers, Sideburns and Bikinis" is a fascinating trip through the words and phrases that came to us from the military but nowadays are used by soldier and civilian alike. The sources of many are surprising and their original use is often far removed from that of today. From "duds" to "freelancers" and "morris dancing" to "bikini" this enthralling book describes the military origins of words that we use without thought on a daily basis.


Erstellt: 2011-05

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The Encyclopedia of Civil War Usage
An Illustrated Compendium of the Everyday Language of Soldiers and Civilians

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/1581822804/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/1581822804/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/1581822804/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1581822804/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1581822804/etymologpor09-20
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing (February 1, 2002)
Language: English


Product Description
NOW IN PAPERBACK! There are few systematic guides to the language used by the generation that fought the American Civil War. In the 150 years since the great conflict, our language has changed, and as meanings have become obscure or lost, links with this vibrant past have dissolved and much of that which had meaning to our forefathers no longer has the same meaning to us.

What did it mean "to cross the bar"? What did it mean "to see the elephant" or "to go South"? Why did the armies have so-called ninety-day men and hundred-day men? What were soldiers supposed to do when their commander shouted, "Let her go, Gallagher"? How did one "pay tribute to Neptune"? What was a "picket pin"? Could one make a passable meal of "possum beer" and "secession bread"? How did one "vibrate the lines", and why would anyone want to attempt such a maneuver?

To address this need, Webb Garrison has pored over his notes from more than thirty years of research and study to produce this dictionary and encyclopedia of words and phrases (including nicknames and slang) commonly used during the war. Where appropriate, examples and anecdotes are included to illustrate meanings. Often overlooked naval terms and esoteric formal and informal military expressions are addressed as well as short descriptions of oceangoing vessels and river craft.


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J E Murphy's Pink Tea - Rose

Der Name dieser Rose könnte isch auf den amerikanischen Seemann und Kriegshelden "John Edward Murphy" (03.05.1869 – 09.04.1941) beziehen.


Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit
Blütenblätter-Anzahl
Blütenfarbe / Bloemkleur / Flower Colour Light Pink
Blütenform / Forme de la fleur / Bloemvorm / Bloom Shape
Blütengröße / Bloem / Bloom Size
Blütentyp / Bloom Type
Blütezeit / Floraison / Bloeitijd / Flowering Period Blooms in flushes throughout the season
Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
Dornen / Stacheln / Thornyness
Duft / Fragrance / Geurend / Scent Strength
Elternrosen / Herkunft / Parentage
Erkrankungen / Disease resistance
Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth)
Exhibition Name
Genealogie / Parentage
Hagebutten / Hips / Hip Colour / Hip Shape
Knospen / Buds
Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers / Type de rosier / Groep / Class / Family / Group Alte Rose, OGR, Tea
Registration Name
Schädlinge
Schwächen / Weaknesses
Sports / Mutationen
Standort / Shade Tolerance
Stärken / Strengths
Stiele / Stems
Synonyme J E Murphy's Pink Tea
Verwendung / Utilisation / Gebruik / Use
Winterhärte / Hardiness
Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
Wuchsform / Vorm / Growth Habit
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur
Wuchsweite / Width
Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer



(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/gardening/l.php?l=2.3435

J E Murphy's Pink Tea


(E?)(L?) http://rosepetalsnursery.com/all-roses.php?antique-rose=549&rose=J.%20E.%20Murphy's%20Pink%20Tea

J. E. Murphy's Pink Tea

Possibly 'Mme. Emilie Charrin'

Lovely pink shaded flower, fragrant and blooms throughout the season.


(E?)(L?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_E._Murphy

John Edward Murphy (May 3, 1869 – April 9, 1941) was a United States Navy sailor and a recipient of America's highest military decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in the Spanish–American War.
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Erstellt: 2016-09

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