What does DWM mean in military terms?
Died While Missing
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north Atlantic treaty organization
Sandi? You might be referring to "Sandy", which was a term for search and rescue escort missions in Vietnam, which were usually flown by an A-1 Skyraider.
It means to be armed
In progress review
Extended combat training
Department of Defense
Its how you answer. Like if your SGT said," do you want more push ups?" You sound back HOOHA
Retension Control Point, it is how many years max you can serve in a rank
'As you were' is said by a superior officer to let the men know they can return to whatever they were doing before he interrupted them. Or it may mean that whatever command …the officer gave was wrong, so they want you to ignore it and continue doing what you were doing before they said it.
This is not used in the U.S. military.
A Midshipman is a cadet at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The term is not exclusive to the US Navy - it is also used in the UK and Commonwealth navies…, as well.
CASEVAC is Casualty Evacuation.
It is a common misconception that if one is absent from military duty for more than 30 days then the charge changes from "AWOL" - absent without leave - to "desertion". In fa…ct, the overriding factor in the placement of these definitions is the intent on the part of the would be deserter. If it can be proven that a person intended to avoid combat in time of war, which incidentally carries a maximum punishment of death; or they did not intend to return to their post, they will be charged with desertion.