A-Z of the Military – I take each letter of the alphabet from A all the way to Z that pertains to the military. #Military
A-Z of the Military
First and foremost thank you to the many men and women who served that lost their lives for our freedom. Also thank you to the many men and women currently serving our armed forces.
A – Air Force and Army
A was the only that I felt I needed to do two, instead of one!
B – Boot Camp
C – Coast Guard
D – Department of Defense
E – Enlist
F – Fleet Admiral (FADM) – The last FADM to serve in the U.S. Navy was William D. Leahy. He retired in 1949 after World War II and was the last to achieve this rank.
G – Gunner
H – Helicopter (include “chopper”, “copter”, “helo”, “heli”, and “whirlybird”)
I – Infantry
J – Judge Advocate General (JAG)
K – KP Duty (Kitchen Police or Kitchen Patrol)
L – Lieutenant
M – Marine Corp
3 thoughts on “A-Z of the Military”
You left off the K. I might be old school, but how about KP.
Thank you nice one. I forgot about that one. I guess I published this too soon leaving off letters. 🙂
It has now been updated. Thanks again Mark.