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No. of items: 424
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Apr 02, 2000
 
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English Military Terminology will help you read and understand books related to military subjects, history and war.
Exemplary terms defined in this collection: bombardier, jackboot, theater of operation, cluster bomb, nerve gas, (3rd) Geneva convention, Molotov cocktail, cross-hairs, aircraft carrier, defoliant, cadet, multiple rocket launcher, antiballistic missile, pontoon bridge, armored personnel carrier, peaked cap, landing troops, radar-seeking missile, peace-keeping force, etc.
You will also learn to understand abbreviations such as APC, MASH, HMS, etc. as well as to understand the commands like "Shoulder arms!" or "To horse!", sayings such as "Loose lips sink ships" or slang terms such as "Drop the cookies" and more.
 
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Q: milit: a launching pad that cannot be moved (e.g. for Scud missile)
A: fixed-site launcher

Q: milit: a missile that is used to destroy radars
A: radar-seeking missile

Q: milit: operation of attacking the enemy from the side in order to cut off supplies (e.g. in the Gulf War 1991)
A: flanking operation

 
 
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Military Acronyms4.0 (out of 5)
Military Terms2.5 (out of 5)
 
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