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Marines claim that ARMY means "Ain't Really Marines Yet".
An "acronym" (means, "high name"), is a word made out of initials of several others words. Examples might be the best way to describe it: RAdio Detection And Ranging If …you look at the capital letters, they spell, RADAR. Another one: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation or, LASER Read Only Memory or, ROM, as in CD-ROM and one more: North Atlantic Treaty Organization or, NATO Technically, to be an acronym rather than an abbreviation, the resulting word must be pronounceable. Some call 'ABC', 'CBD', or 'PDF' acronyms. They are really just abbreviations, or 'initialisms'.
Time The letters AM (morning) stand for Ante Meridian - from Latin meaning before midday (noon). Radio The broadcast frequencies are labeled AM for amplitude modulation, the m…ethod by which the radio waves are encoded.
DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process. The term is general to all of DoD, not just the Army.
army is not an acronym but in the army they teach you that when you get in the army and you are wearing us army on your uniform it stands for uncle sam ain't release me yet.
Active Ready Reserve, or Army Ready Reserve. The remainder of an 8 hour commitment, after leaving active duty.
The acronym AAR stands for Affirmative Action Representative.
IT stands for Information Technology.---Athough, IT is not an acronym. An acronym is actual word that is made up from the first letters of a phrase such as scuba.(Self Contain…ed Underwater Breathing Aparatus)
acronym stads for A word formed from the initial letters of other words (e.g., radar, laser).
1) Wide Area System 2) World Association of Sexual Health. 3) Web Application Server 4) Web-Based Applications & Services.
WHO stands for WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION.....
World Hunger Year.
AAR from AAR Corp. Stands for Allen Aircraft Radio.
Preventive Medicine Measures Source: acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/Preventive+Medicine+Measures
Isolated, Missing, Detained, Captured.
RPG is in english, the intials for Rocket Propelled Grenade, which by coincidence is the same three letters in (transliterated) Russian. In the context of "rocket-propelled gr…enades", RPG is a transliteration of the Russian РПГ. The essence of these weapons relies on the concept of a shaped charge - an advanced but simple method of focusing the force of a blast. This concept can be traced back to a Charles Munroe in 1888 who can be credited with the discovery. Generally used in anti-tank situations, a very early one was the PIAT, (Projectile Infantry Anti Tank) which was launched from a spring-loaded tube and propelled a turnip-shaped grenade which consisted of a shaped charge and a hardened steel 'candle', which blasted through and spalled off the tank armour. In WWII improvements developed, leading to today's much improved, but still very simple weapons. Strictly speaking RPG is an initialism, not an acronym, for the resulting group of letters are not pronounceable.
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