Essential for soldiers of all ranks and branches, and useful for defense contractors and civilian employees, the Army Dictionary and Desk Reference catalogs the working language of the U.S. Army. Updated to include new military terms, the dictionary defines more than 3,500 words and acronyms, and identifies the branch of primary usage for each. The reference section includes Julian date conversions, platoon and company formations, physical fitness scoring standards, a time zone chart, military-style memoranda and letters, a directory of web site addresses, and other quick-reference information.
Tim Zurick served on active duty and in the Army Reserve. He lives in Chicago, Illinois....Continua