2 edition of Glossary of U.S. naval abbreviations. found in the catalog.
Glossary of U.S. naval abbreviations.
United States. Naval History Division.
Previous editions published by the Office of Naval History.
|Contributions||United States. Office of Naval History., United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.|
|LC Classifications||V23 .U554 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 82 p.|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||49046811|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Office of Naval History. Glossary of U.S. naval abbreviations. [Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Most professions have their own languages, and the U.S. Navy with its labored acronyms is certainly no exception. Those in and out of the naval profession will find this dictionary an essential tool in deciphering their unique language, which has its origins in the days of sail and continues to mutate in the ever-growing vocabulary of technology.
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Office of Naval History. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "March " Description. The text of this published glossary of abbreviations was prepared shortly after the close of World War II.
Fifty-nine words which originally appeared in an addenda page have been integrated in the main text of the document. GLOSSARY OF U.S. NAVAL ABBREVIATIONS OPNAV P (Revised APRIL ) FIFTH EDITION Prepared by OFFICE OF NAVAL RECORDS AND. Naval method of indicating the time of day aboard ship, usually over the 1MC.
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Glossary of U. naval abbreviations. - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library. The United States Navy, like any organization, produces its own acronyms and abbreviations, which often come to have meaning beyond their bare States Navy personnel sometimes colloquially refer to these as other organizational colloquialisms, their use often creates or reinforces a sense of esprit and closeness within the organization.
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Scope As directed in Joint Publication (JP) 1, Doctrine for the Armed Forces of the United States, the DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms [Short title: DOD Dictionary] sets forth standard US military and associated terminology to encompass theFile Size: 1MB.
Like the previously published Glossary of U.S. Naval Abbreviations, this glossary was prepared in the Office of Naval History by Lt. Comdr. Dorothy E.
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The deﬁnitions listed in the Glossary are the ones that apply to the way the words are used in this textbook. The Glossary gives the part of speech of each word. The following abbreviations are used: adj. adjective n. noun v. verb Glossary whpe-Glossary-R30 File Size: KB. Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Acronyms and Abbreviations."National Research Council.
Responding to Capability Surprise: A Strategy for U.S. Naval Forces. U.S. Navy Abbreviations of World War II The text of this published glossary of abbreviations was prepared shortly after the close of World War II. It is presented here exactly as in the original, except that fifty-nine words which originally appeared in an addenda page have been integrated in the main text of the document.
NTRPNavy Supplement to the DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, establishes and standardizes the professional language of the U.S. Navy by defining the terminology, acronyms, and abbreviations used in Navy Warfare Library (NWL) publications.
NTRP supplements Joint Publication (JP ), Department of Defense. The main text is supplemented with a glossary of terms and abbreviations, bibliography and three apprendices, and is further reinforced with a useful detailed index.
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ENGLISH GLOSSARY The Glossary is an alphabetical listing of many of the key terms from the chapters, along with their meanings.
The definitions listed in the Glossary are the ones that apply to the way the words are used in this textbook.
The Glossary gives the part of speech of each word. The following abbreviations are used. The glossary includes most of the principal Navy, marine Corps and Coast Guard abbreviations in use from to the end of Four particular categories have been given in great detail: vessel types, naval aircraft types, commissioned and enlisted personnel designations, and Fleet Post Office : Progressive Management.
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Also called ‘prevention of stripping equipment’. [AAP-6] anti-sweeper mine. Contents Foreword ix Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii Glossary xv Part 1 A Few Pioneers, 1 Part 2 Test of Strength, 23 Part 3 The Twenties, 47 Part 4 The Thirties, 77 Parts World War II, Part 6 Postwar Years, Part 7 Korean Operations, Part 8 The New Navy.