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Hyperlink          Term Name                           Full Path

3695515            Abort                               Abort

3695518            Absolute Altimeter                  Absolute Altimeter

3695521            Absolute Dud                        Absolute Dud
3695524            Absolute Filter                     Absolute Filter
3695527            Absolute Height                     Absolute Height

3695530            Absorbed Dose                       Absorbed Dose



3695533            Acceptability                       Acceptability




3695536            Access To Classified Information    Access To Classified Information




3695539            Accidental Attack                   Accidental Attack

3695542            Accompanying Supplies               Accompanying Supplies



3695545            Accountability                      Accountability




3695548            Accounting Line Designator          Accounting Line Designator


3695551            Accuracy Of Fire                    Accuracy Of Fire

3695554            Accuracy Of Information             Accuracy Of Information
3695560            Acoustic Circuit                    Acoustic Circuit

3695563            Acoustic Intelligence               Acoustic Intelligence


3695566            Acoustic Jamming                    Acoustic Jamming
3695569   Acoustic Mine                     Acoustic Mine

3695572   Acoustic Minehunting              Acoustic Minehunting




3695575   Acoustic Warfare                  Acoustic Warfare




          Acoustic Warfare Counter-         Acoustic Warfare Counter-
3695578
          Countermeasures                   Countermeasures
          Acoustic Warfare                  Acoustic Warfare
3695581
          Countermeasures                   Countermeasures
          Acoustic Warfare Support          Acoustic Warfare Support
3695584
          Measures                          Measures

3695557   Acoustical Surveillance           Acoustical Surveillance



3695587   Acquire                           Acquire


3695590   Acquire (Radar)                   Acquire (Radar)
3695593   Acquisition                       Acquisition




          Acquisition And Cross-Servicing   Acquisition And Cross-Servicing
3695596
          Agreement                         Agreement




3695734   Act Of Mercy                      Act Of Mercy

3695599   Action Agent                      Action Agent

3695602   Action Deferred                   Action Deferred

3695605   Action Information Center         Action Information Center
3695608   Action Phase                      Action Phase


3695689   Activation                        Activation

3695692   Activation Detector               Activation Detector


3695695   Active Air Defense                Active Air Defense

3695698   Active Communications Satellite   Active Communications Satellite

3695701   Active Defense                    Active Defense


3695704   Active Duty                       Active Duty




3695707   Active Duty For Special Work      Active Duty For Special Work




3695710   Active Duty For Training          Active Duty For Training




3695713   Active Guard And Reserve          Active Guard And Reserve




3695716   Active Homing Guidance            Active Homing Guidance


3695719   Active Material                   Active Material

3695722   Active Mine                       Active Mine

3695725   Active Sealift Forces             Active Sealift Forces


3695728   Active Status                     Active Status
3695731   Activity                         Activity


3695737   Actual Ground Zero               Actual Ground Zero

3695740   Actuate                          Actuate



3695743   Acute Care Services              Acute Care Services



3695746   Acute Radiation Dose             Acute Radiation Dose

3695749   Acute Radiation Syndrome         Acute Radiation Syndrome


3695752   Adequacy                         Adequacy

3695755   Adjust                           Adjust

3695758   Administrative Airlift Service   Administrative Airlift Service




3695761   Administrative Control           Administrative Control




3695764   Administrative Escort            Administrative Escort

3695767   Administrative Landing           Administrative Landing

3695770   Administrative Lead Time         Administrative Lead Time


3695773   Administrative Loading           Administrative Loading




3695776   Administrative Map               Administrative Map




3695779   Administrative Movement          Administrative Movement

3695782   Administrative Order             Administrative Order
3695785   Administrative Shipping            Administrative Shipping




3695800   Advance Force                      Advance Force




3695803   Advance Guard                      Advance Guard



3695806   Advance Guard Reserve              Advance Guard Reserve



3695809   Advance Guard Support              Advance Guard Support

3695788   Advanced Base                      Advanced Base


3695791   Advanced Geospatial Intelligence   Advanced Geospatial Intelligence


3695794   Advanced Logistic Support Site     Advanced Logistic Support Site




3695797   Advanced Operations Base           Advanced Operations Base




3695812   Adversary                          Adversary

3695815   Adverse Weather                    Adverse Weather

          Adverse Weather Aerial Delivery    Adverse Weather Aerial Delivery
3695818
          System                             System

3695821   Advisory Area                      Advisory Area
3695824   Aerial Picket                      Aerial Picket

3695827   Aerial Port                        Aerial Port



3695830   Aerial Port Control Center         Aerial Port Control Center
3695833   Aerial Port Squadron               Aerial Port Squadron



3695836   Aerodynamic Missile                Aerodynamic Missile

3695839   Aeromedical Evacuation             Aeromedical Evacuation




3695842   Aeromedical Evacuation Cell        Aeromedical Evacuation Cell




          Aeromedical Evacuation Control     Aeromedical Evacuation Control
3695845
          Officer                            Officer




          Aeromedical Evacuation Control     Aeromedical Evacuation Control
3695848
          Team                               Team




          Aeromedical Evacuation             Aeromedical Evacuation
3695851
          Coordination Center                Coordination Center




3695854   Aeromedical Evacuation System      Aeromedical Evacuation System




3695857   Aeromedical Evacuation Unit        Aeromedical Evacuation Unit



3695860   Aeronautical Chart                 Aeronautical Chart


3695863   Aeronautical Information Overprint Aeronautical Information Overprint
3695866   Aeronautical Plotting Chart         Aeronautical Plotting Chart

3695869   Aerosol                             Aerosol


3695872   Aerospace                           Aerospace



3695875   Aerospace Defense                   Aerospace Defense




3695878   Afloat Pre-Positioning Force        Afloat Pre-Positioning Force




3695881   Afloat Pre-Positioning Operations   Afloat Pre-Positioning Operations




3695884   Afloat Pre-Positioning Ships        Afloat Pre-Positioning Ships

3695887   Afloat Support                      Afloat Support

3695890   Afterwinds                          Afterwinds

3695893   Agency                              Agency

3695896   Agent                               Agent


3695899   Agent Authentication                Agent Authentication

3695902   Agent Net                           Agent Net

3695905   Aggressor Forces                    Aggressor Forces




3695908   Aimpoint                            Aimpoint




3695911   Air                                 Air
3695914   Air Alert                          Air Alert

          Air And Space Expeditionary Task   Air And Space Expeditionary Task
3695917
          Force                              Force

3695920   Air Apportionment                  Air Apportionment

3695611   Air Assault                        Air Assault


3695614   Air Assault Force                  Air Assault Force



3695617   Air Assault Operation              Air Assault Operation




3695620   Air Attack                         Air Attack




3695680   Air Cargo                          Air Cargo

3695683   Air Cartographic Camera            Air Cartographic Camera

3695686   Air Cartographic Photography       Air Cartographic Photography




          Air Component Coordination         Air Component Coordination
3696361
          Element                            Element




3696364   Air Control Operations             Air Control Operations



3696367   Air Corridor                       Air Corridor


3696445   Air Cushion Vehicle                Air Cushion Vehicle



3696448   Air Defense                        Air Defense
3696451   Air Defense Area                  Air Defense Area


3696454   Air Defense Artillery             Air Defense Artillery


3696457   Air Defense Control Center        Air Defense Control Center




3696460   Air Defense Direction Center      Air Defense Direction Center

3696463   Air Defense Early Warning         Air Defense Early Warning


3696466   Air Defense Emergency             Air Defense Emergency



3696469   Air Defense Ground Environment    Air Defense Ground Environment

3696472   Air Defense Identification Zone   Air Defense Identification Zone

3696475   Air Defense Operations Center     Air Defense Operations Center

3696478   Air Defense Operations Team       Air Defense Operations Team

3696481   Air Defense Readiness             Air Defense Readiness

3696484   Air Defense Region                Air Defense Region
3696487   Air Defense Sector                Air Defense Sector




3696490   Air Defense Warning Conditions    Air Defense Warning Conditions




3696493   Air Delivery                      Air Delivery

3696496   Air Delivery Container            Air Delivery Container
3696499   Air Delivery Equipment            Air Delivery Equipment



3696502   Air Direct Delivery               Air Direct Delivery




3696511   Air Employment/Allocation Plan    Air Employment/Allocation Plan


3696514   Air Expeditionary Force           Air Expeditionary Force


3696517   Air Expeditionary Wing            Air Expeditionary Wing

3696520   Air Facility                      Air Facility

          Air Force Air And Space           Air Force Air And Space
3696529
          Operations Center                 Operations Center

          Air Force Component               Air Force Component
3696532
          Headquarters                      Headquarters


3696535   Air Force Special Operations Base Air Force Special Operations Base


          Air Force Special Operations      Air Force Special Operations
3696538
          Component                         Component


          Air Force Special Operations      Air Force Special Operations
3696541
          Detachment                        Detachment


          Air Force Special Operations      Air Force Special Operations
3696544
          Element                           Element


          Air Force Special Operations      Air Force Special Operations
3696547
          Forces                            Forces


3696556   Air Intercept Control Common      Air Intercept Control Common




3696559   Air Interception                  Air Interception
3696562   Air Interdiction                  Air Interdiction




3696565   Air Landed                        Air Landed




3696571   Air Liaison Officer               Air Liaison Officer


3696589   Air Logistic Support              Air Logistic Support

3696592   Air Logistic Support Operation    Air Logistic Support Operation

3696598   Air Mission                       Air Mission

3696601   Air Mission Intelligence Report   Air Mission Intelligence Report

3695929   Air Mobility                      Air Mobility




3695932   Air Mobility Command              Air Mobility Command




3695935   Air Mobility Division             Air Mobility Division
3695938   Air Mobility Element              Air Mobility Element




3695941   Air Mobility Express              Air Mobility Express




3695944   Air Mobility Liaison Officer      Air Mobility Liaison Officer



3695947   Air Movement                      Air Movement

3695950   Air Movement Column               Air Movement Column



3695953   Air Movement Table                Air Movement Table


3695956   Air Observation                   Air Observation
3695959   Air Observation Post              Air Observation Post

3695962   Air Observer                      Air Observer

3695965   Air Observer Adjustment           Air Observer Adjustment

3695968   Air Offensive                     Air Offensive



3695971   Air Photographic Reconnaissance   Air Photographic Reconnaissance




3695974   Air Picket                        Air Picket




3695977   Air Plot                          Air Plot
3695983   Air Portable                       Air Portable

3695995   Air Position                       Air Position
3695998   Air Priorities Committee           Air Priorities Committee

3696277   Air Raid Reporting Control Ship    Air Raid Reporting Control Ship

3696280   Air Reconnaissance                 Air Reconnaissance


3696283   Air Reconnaissance Liaison Officer Air Reconnaissance Liaison Officer



3696286   Air Refueling                      Air Refueling

3696289   Air Refueling Control Point        Air Refueling Control Point




3696292   Air Refueling Control Team         Air Refueling Control Team




3696295   Air Refueling Control Time         Air Refueling Control Time

3696298   Air Refueling Initiation Point     Air Refueling Initiation Point


3696301   Air Request Net                    Air Request Net


3696304   Air Route                          Air Route


3696307   Air Route Traffic Control Center   Air Route Traffic Control Center


3696310   Air Smuggling Event                Air Smuggling Event

3696313   Air Sovereignty                    Air Sovereignty

3696316   Air Sovereignty Mission            Air Sovereignty Mission

3696007   Air Space Warning Area             Air Space Warning Area

3696016   Air Staging Unit                   Air Staging Unit

3696019   Air Station                        Air Station
3696022   Air Strike                      Air Strike


3696025   Air Strike Coordinator          Air Strike Coordinator


3696028   Air Strip                       Air Strip


3696031   Air Superiority                 Air Superiority

3696034   Air Supply                      Air Supply

3696037   Air Support                     Air Support




3696040   Air Support Operations Center   Air Support Operations Center




3696043   Air Support Request             Air Support Request

3696046   Air Supremacy                   Air Supremacy

3696049   Air Surface Zone                Air Surface Zone



3696052   Air Surveillance                Air Surveillance


3696055   Air Surveillance Officer        Air Surveillance Officer

3696058   Air Survey Camera               Air Survey Camera
3696061   Air Survey Photography          Air Survey Photography

3696064   Air Target Chart                Air Target Chart




3696067   Air Target Materials Program    Air Target Materials Program




3696070   Air Target Mosaic               Air Target Mosaic
3696073   Air Tasking Order                 Air Tasking Order




3696076   Air Tasking Order/Confirmation    Air Tasking Order/Confirmation




3696079   Air Terminal                      Air Terminal


          Air Traffic Control And Landing   Air Traffic Control And Landing
3696088
          System                            System


3696091   Air Traffic Control Center        Air Traffic Control Center

3696094   Air Traffic Control Clearance     Air Traffic Control Clearance

3696097   Air Traffic Control Facility      Air Traffic Control Facility




3696103   Air Traffic Control Service       Air Traffic Control Service




3696100   Air Traffic Controller            Air Traffic Controller


3696106   Air Traffic Section               Air Traffic Section


3696115   Air Transport Group               Air Transport Group

3696109   Air Transportable Unit            Air Transportable Unit

3696112   Air Transported Operations        Air Transported Operations

3696121   Air Weapons Controller            Air Weapons Controller


3695671   Air-Breathing Missile             Air-Breathing Missile




3695677   Air-Capable Ship                  Air-Capable Ship
3696568   Air-Launched Ballistic Missile    Air-Launched Ballistic Missile
3696082   Air-To-Air Guided Missile         Air-To-Air Guided Missile
3696085   Air-To-Surface Guided Missile     Air-To-Surface Guided Missile




3695623   Airborne                          Airborne




3695626   Airborne Alert                    Airborne Alert

3695629   Airborne Assault                  Airborne Assault

3695632   Airborne Assault Weapon           Airborne Assault Weapon

3695635   Airborne Command Post             Airborne Command Post

3695638   Airborne Early Warning            Airborne Early Warning


          Airborne Early Warning And        Airborne Early Warning And
3695641
          Control                           Control


3695644   Airborne Force                    Airborne Force

3695647   Airborne Interception Equipment   Airborne Interception Equipment

3695650   Airborne Lift                     Airborne Lift




3695653   Airborne Mission Coordinator      Airborne Mission Coordinator




3695656   Airborne Operation                Airborne Operation



3695659   Airborne Order                    Airborne Order

3695662   Airborne Radio Relay              Airborne Radio Relay
3695665   Airborne Sensor Operator          Airborne Sensor Operator

3695668   Airborne Troops                   Airborne Troops

3695674   Airburst                          Airburst

3696370   Aircraft                          Aircraft

3696373   Aircraft Arresting Barrier        Aircraft Arresting Barrier


3696376   Aircraft Arresting Cable          Aircraft Arresting Cable

3696379   Aircraft Arresting Gear           Aircraft Arresting Gear

3696382   Aircraft Arresting Hook           Aircraft Arresting Hook


3696385   Aircraft Arresting System         Aircraft Arresting System

3696388   Aircraft Arresting Wire           Aircraft Arresting Wire
3696391   Aircraft Arrestment               Aircraft Arrestment

3696394   Aircraft Block Speed              Aircraft Block Speed

3696397   Aircraft Captain                  Aircraft Captain

3696400   Aircraft Carrier                  Aircraft Carrier


3696403   Aircraft Commander                Aircraft Commander

          Aircraft Control And Warning      Aircraft Control And Warning
3696406
          System                            System




3696409   Aircraft Cross-Servicing          Aircraft Cross-Servicing




3696412   Aircraft Loading Table            Aircraft Loading Table

3696415   Aircraft Mission Equipment        Aircraft Mission Equipment

3696418   Aircraft Modification             Aircraft Modification

3696421   Aircraft Monitoring And Control   Aircraft Monitoring And Control
3696424   Aircraft Role Equipment        Aircraft Role Equipment
3696427   Aircraft Scrambling            Aircraft Scrambling




3696430   Aircraft Store                 Aircraft Store




3696433   Aircraft Tiedown               Aircraft Tiedown



3696436   Aircraft Transient Servicing   Aircraft Transient Servicing


3696439   Aircraft Utilization           Aircraft Utilization
3696442   Aircraft Vectoring             Aircraft Vectoring

3696505   Airdrop                        Airdrop

3696508   Airdrop Platform               Airdrop Platform


3696523   Airfield                       Airfield


3696526   Airfield Traffic               Airfield Traffic



3696550   Airhead                        Airhead




3696553   Airhead Line                   Airhead Line
3696574   Airlift Capability           Airlift Capability




3696577   Airlift Coordination Cell    Airlift Coordination Cell




3696580   Airlift Mission Commander    Airlift Mission Commander




3696583   Airlift Requirement          Airlift Requirement

3696586   Airlift Service              Airlift Service

3696595   Airmiss                      Airmiss
3695923   Airmobile Forces             Airmobile Forces

3695926   Airmobile Operation          Airmobile Operation

3695980   Airport                      Airport
          Airport Surface Detection    Airport Surface Detection
3695986
          Equipment                    Equipment

3695989   Airport Surveillance Radar   Airport Surveillance Radar



3695992   Airport Traffic Area         Airport Traffic Area


3696319   Airspace Control             Airspace Control

3696322   Airspace Control Area        Airspace Control Area


3696325   Airspace Control Authority   Airspace Control Authority


3696328   Airspace Control Boundary    Airspace Control Boundary
3696331   Airspace Control Center          Airspace Control Center




          Airspace Control In The Combat   Airspace Control In The Combat
3696334
          Zone                             Zone




3696337   Airspace Control Order           Airspace Control Order



3696340   Airspace Control Plan            Airspace Control Plan



3696343   Airspace Control Procedures      Airspace Control Procedures




3696346   Airspace Control Sector          Airspace Control Sector




3696349   Airspace Control System          Airspace Control System



3696352   Airspace Coordinating Measures   Airspace Coordinating Measures




3696355   Airspace Coordination Area       Airspace Coordination Area

3696358   Airspace Management              Airspace Management


3696001   Airspace Reservation             Airspace Reservation


3696004   Airspace Restrictions            Airspace Restrictions



3696010   Airspeed                         Airspeed
3696013   Airspeed Indicator                Airspeed Indicator


3696118   Airways Station                   Airways Station




3696124   Alert                             Alert




3696127   Alert Force                       Alert Force




3696133   Alert Order                       Alert Order




3696130   Alerting Service                  Alerting Service

3696136   All Appropriate Action            All Appropriate Action




3696169   All-Source Intelligence           All-Source Intelligence




3696172   All-Weather Air Defense Fighter   All-Weather Air Defense Fighter


3696139   Alliance                          Alliance




3696142   Allocation                        Allocation



3696145   Allocation (Air)                  Allocation (Air)
3696148   Allocation (Nuclear)          Allocation (Nuclear)



3696154   Allocation (Transportation)   Allocation (Transportation)



3696151   Allocation Request            Allocation Request




3696157   Allotment                     Allotment

3696160   Allowable Cabin Load          Allowable Cabin Load

3696163   Allowable Load                Allowable Load

3696166   Allowable Stacking Weight     Allowable Stacking Weight

3696175   Alongside Replenishment       Alongside Replenishment

3696178   Alphabet Code                 Alphabet Code

3696181   Alternate Airfield            Alternate Airfield

3696184   Alternate Command Authority   Alternate Command Authority


3696187   Alternate Command Post        Alternate Command Post


3696190   Alternate Headquarters        Alternate Headquarters

3696193   Alternative                   Alternative

3696196   Altitude                      Altitude


3696199   Altitude Acclimatization      Altitude Acclimatization

3696202   Altitude Chamber              Altitude Chamber

3696205   Altitude Delay                Altitude Delay



3696208   Altitude Hole                 Altitude Hole

3696211   Altitude Separation           Altitude Separation
3696214   Altitude Slot                     Altitude Slot
3696217   Ambient Temperature               Ambient Temperature

3696220   Ambulance Exchange Point          Ambulance Exchange Point

3696223   Ammunition                        Ammunition

          Ammunition And Toxic Material     Ammunition And Toxic Material
3696226
          Open Space                        Open Space




3696229   Ammunition Controlled Supply Rate Ammunition Controlled Supply Rate




3696232   Ammunition Lot                    Ammunition Lot

3696235   Ammunition Supply Point           Ammunition Supply Point

3696238   Amphibian                         Amphibian

3696241   Amphibious Assault                Amphibious Assault

3696244   Amphibious Assault Area           Amphibious Assault Area
3696247   Amphibious Assault Landing        Amphibious Assault Landing


          Amphibious Assault Ship (General Amphibious Assault Ship (General
3696250
          Purpose)                         Purpose)




          Amphibious Bulk Liquid Transfer   Amphibious Bulk Liquid Transfer
3696253
          System                            System



3696256   Amphibious Chart                  Amphibious Chart

3696259   Amphibious Command Ship           Amphibious Command Ship



3696262   Amphibious Construction Battalion Amphibious Construction Battalion
3696265   Amphibious Control Group         Amphibious Control Group

3696268   Amphibious Demonstration         Amphibious Demonstration


3696271   Amphibious Force                 Amphibious Force



3696274   Amphibious Group                 Amphibious Group




3696901   Amphibious Lift                  Amphibious Lift




3696904   Amphibious Objective Study       Amphibious Objective Study



3696907   Amphibious Operation             Amphibious Operation




3696910   Amphibious Planning              Amphibious Planning



3696913   Amphibious Raid                  Amphibious Raid

3696916   Amphibious Reconnaissance        Amphibious Reconnaissance

3696919   Amphibious Reconnaissance Unit   Amphibious Reconnaissance Unit


3696922   Amphibious Shipping              Amphibious Shipping


3696925   Amphibious Squadron              Amphibious Squadron

3696928   Amphibious Striking Forces       Amphibious Striking Forces


3696931   Amphibious Task Force            Amphibious Task Force

3696934   Amphibious Tractor               Amphibious Tractor
3696937   Amphibious Transport Dock         Amphibious Transport Dock




3696940   Amphibious Transport Group        Amphibious Transport Group



3696943   Amphibious Vehicle                Amphibious Vehicle
          Amphibious Vehicle Availability   Amphibious Vehicle Availability
3696946
          Table                             Table
          Amphibious Vehicle Employment     Amphibious Vehicle Employment
3696949
          Plan                              Plan
          Amphibious Vehicle Launching      Amphibious Vehicle Launching
3696952
          Area                              Area

3696955   Amphibious Withdrawal             Amphibious Withdrawal


3696958   Analysis And Production           Analysis And Production

3696964   Anchor Cable                      Anchor Cable

3696967   Anchor Line Extension Kit         Anchor Line Extension Kit

3696961   Anchorage                         Anchorage

3696970   Annex                             Annex

3696973   Annotated Print                   Annotated Print

3696976   Annotation                        Annotation


3696979   Annual Screening                  Annual Screening


3696982   Annual Training                   Annual Training



3696985   Antemortem Identification Media   Antemortem Identification Media



3696988   Antenna Mine                      Antenna Mine

3697000   Anti-G Suit                       Anti-G Suit

3696991   Antiarmor Helicopter              Antiarmor Helicopter

3696994   Anticountermining Device          Anticountermining Device
3696997   Antideficiency Violations           Antideficiency Violations

3697003   Antilift Device                     Antilift Device

3697006   Antimateriel Agent                  Antimateriel Agent
3697009   Antimateriel Operation              Antimateriel Operation
          Antipersonnel Mine (Land Mine       Antipersonnel Mine (Land Mine
3697012
          Warfare)                            Warfare)
3697015   Antiradiation Missile               Antiradiation Missile

3697018   Antirecovery Device                 Antirecovery Device

3697021   Antisubmarine Action                Antisubmarine Action

3697024   Antisubmarine Air Distant Support   Antisubmarine Air Distant Support

          Antisubmarine Air Search Attack     Antisubmarine Air Search Attack
3697027
          Unit                                Unit

3697030   Antisubmarine Barrier               Antisubmarine Barrier

3697033   Antisubmarine Close Air Support     Antisubmarine Close Air Support
3697036   Antisubmarine Operation             Antisubmarine Operation

3697039   Antisubmarine Patrol                Antisubmarine Patrol

3697042   Antisubmarine Screen                Antisubmarine Screen


3697045   Antisubmarine Search                Antisubmarine Search




3697048   Antisubmarine Support Operation     Antisubmarine Support Operation



3697051   Antisubmarine Warfare               Antisubmarine Warfare

3697054   Antisubmarine Warfare Forces        Antisubmarine Warfare Forces

3697057   Antisurface Air Operation           Antisurface Air Operation

3697060   Antisweep Device                    Antisweep Device

3697063   Antisweeper Mine                    Antisweeper Mine

3697066   Antitank Helicopter                 Antitank Helicopter
3697069   Antitank Mine                       Antitank Mine
3697072   Antiterrorism                Antiterrorism


3697075   Antiwatching Device          Antiwatching Device

3697078   Any Service Member Mail      Any Service Member Mail

3697081   Apogee                       Apogee

3697084   Apparent Horizon             Apparent Horizon

3697087   Apparent Precession          Apparent Precession

3697090   Appendix                     Appendix


3697093   Applicable Materiel Assets   Applicable Materiel Assets




3697096   Application                  Application




3697099   Apportionment                Apportionment



3697102   Apportionment (Air)          Apportionment (Air)


3697105   Approach Clearance           Approach Clearance


3697108   Approach Control             Approach Control

3697111   Approach End Of Runway       Approach End Of Runway
3697114   Approach Lane                Approach Lane

3697117   Approach March               Approach March


3697120   Approach Schedule            Approach Schedule

3697123   Approach Sequence            Approach Sequence
3697126   Approach Time                Approach Time
3697129   Approval Authority                     Approval Authority


3697132   Apron                                  Apron

3697135   Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage         Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage

3697138   Architecture                           Architecture




3697141   Area Air Defense Commander             Area Air Defense Commander




3697144   Area Assessment                        Area Assessment

3697147   Area Bombing                           Area Bombing

3697150   Area Command                           Area Command


3697153   Area Control Center                    Area Control Center


3697156   Area Damage Control                    Area Damage Control


3697159   Area Of Influence                      Area Of Influence



3697162   Area Of Interest                       Area Of Interest




3697165   Area Of Limitation                     Area Of Limitation



3697168   Area Of Militarily Significant Fallout Area Of Militarily Significant Fallout



3697171   Area Of Northern Operations            Area Of Northern Operations
3697174   Area Of Operations               Area Of Operations




3697177   Area Of Responsibility           Area Of Responsibility

3697180   Area Of Separation               Area Of Separation

3697183   Area Operations                  Area Operations

3697186   Area Oriented                    Area Oriented

3697189   Area Radar Prediction Analysis   Area Radar Prediction Analysis

3697192   Area Search                      Area Search
3697195   Area Target                      Area Target




3697258   Arm Or De-Arm                    Arm Or De-Arm




3697198   Armament Delivery Recording      Armament Delivery Recording




3697201   Armed Forces                     Armed Forces

3697204   Armed Forces Censorship          Armed Forces Censorship



3697207   Armed Forces Courier             Armed Forces Courier



3697210   Armed Forces Courier Service     Armed Forces Courier Service
3697213   Armed Forces Courier Station    Armed Forces Courier Station


          Armed Forces Of The United      Armed Forces Of The United
3697216
          States                          States


          Armed Forces Radio And          Armed Forces Radio And
3697219
          Television Service              Television Service


3697222   Armed Helicopter                Armed Helicopter

3697225   Armed Mine                      Armed Mine



3697228   Armed Reconnaissance            Armed Reconnaissance

3697231   Armed Sweep                     Armed Sweep

3697234   Arming                          Arming

3697237   Arming Delay Device             Arming Delay Device
3697240   Arming Lanyard                  Arming Lanyard

3697243   Arming Pin                      Arming Pin

3697246   Arming System                   Arming System



3697249   Arming Wire                     Arming Wire



3697252   Armistice                       Armistice



3697255   Armistice Demarcation Line      Armistice Demarcation Line



3697261   Arms Control Agreement          Arms Control Agreement


          Arms Control Agreement          Arms Control Agreement
3697264
          Verification                    Verification

3697267   Arms Control Measure            Arms Control Measure
3697270   Army Air Defense Command Post   Army Air Defense Command Post
3697273   Army Air-Ground System           Army Air-Ground System




          Army And Air Force Exchange      Army And Air Force Exchange
3697276
          Service Imprest Fund Activity    Service Imprest Fund Activity




3697279   Army Base                        Army Base



3697282   Army Corps                       Army Corps

3697285   Army Service Area                Army Service Area

          Army Service Component           Army Service Component
3697288
          Command                          Command
          Army Special Operations          Army Special Operations
3696604
          Component                        Component


3696607   Army Special Operations Forces   Army Special Operations Forces

3696610   Army Tactical Data Link 1        Army Tactical Data Link 1
3696613   Arresting Barrier                Arresting Barrier
3696616   Arresting Gear                   Arresting Gear

3696619   Arrival Zone                     Arrival Zone

3696622   Artificial Horizon               Artificial Horizon

3696625   Artillery Fire Plan Table        Artillery Fire Plan Table


3696628   Artillery Survey Control Point   Artillery Survey Control Point




3696631   Assault                          Assault




3696634   Assault Aircraft                 Assault Aircraft
3696637   Assault Area                Assault Area



3696640   Assault Area Diagram        Assault Area Diagram


3696643   Assault Craft               Assault Craft


3696646   Assault Craft Unit          Assault Craft Unit



3696649   Assault Echelon             Assault Echelon


3696652   Assault Fire                Assault Fire



3696655   Assault Follow-On Echelon   Assault Follow-On Echelon




3696658   Assault Phase               Assault Phase



3696661   Assault Schedule            Assault Schedule

3696664   Assault Shipping            Assault Shipping

3696667   Assault Wave                Assault Wave

3696670   Assembly                    Assembly

3696673   Assembly Anchorage          Assembly Anchorage

3696676   Assembly Area               Assembly Area




3696679   Assessment                  Assessment




3696682   Assessment Agent            Assessment Agent
3696685   Asset (Intelligence)         Asset (Intelligence)



3696688   Asset Visibility             Asset Visibility




3696691   Assign                       Assign



3696694   Assumed Azimuth              Assumed Azimuth

3696697   Assumed Grid                 Assumed Grid


3696700   Assumption                   Assumption


3696703   Astern Fueling               Astern Fueling

3696706   Asymmetrical Sweep           Asymmetrical Sweep

3696712   At My Command                At My Command



3696736   At Priority Call             At Priority Call




3696739   At Sea                       At Sea


3696709   Atmospheric Environment      Atmospheric Environment

3696715   Atomic Air Burst             Atomic Air Burst
3696718   Atomic Defense               Atomic Defense

3696721   Atomic Demolition Munition   Atomic Demolition Munition

3696724   Atomic Underground Burst     Atomic Underground Burst
3696727   Atomic Underwater Burst      Atomic Underwater Burst
3696730   Atomic Warfare               Atomic Warfare
3696733   Atomic Weapon                Atomic Weapon

3696742   Attach                       Attach

3696745   Attachment                   Attachment
3696748   Attack Assessment            Attack Assessment


3696751   Attack Cargo Ship            Attack Cargo Ship



3696754   Attack Group                 Attack Group



3696757   Attack Heading               Attack Heading

3696760   Attack Helicopter            Attack Helicopter

3696763   Attack Origin                Attack Origin

3696766   Attack Pattern               Attack Pattern
3696769   Attack Position              Attack Position
3696772   Attack Timing                Attack Timing




3696775   Attenuation                  Attenuation




3696778   Attenuation Factor           Attenuation Factor

3696781   Attitude                     Attitude


3696784   Attitude Indicator           Attitude Indicator

3696787   Attrition                    Attrition
3696790   Attrition Minefield          Attrition Minefield

3696793   Attrition Rate               Attrition Rate

3696796   Attrition Reserve Aircraft   Attrition Reserve Aircraft

3696799   Attrition Sweeping           Attrition Sweeping

3696802   Augmentation Forces          Augmentation Forces

3696805   Authenticate                 Authenticate
3696808   Authentication                     Authentication




3696811   Authenticator                      Authenticator




3696814   Autocode Format                    Autocode Format

3696817   Automated Data Handling            Automated Data Handling



          Automated Identification           Automated Identification
3696820
          Technology                         Technology



          Automated Repatriation Reporting   Automated Repatriation Reporting
3696823
          System                             System

3696826   Automatic Approach And Landing     Automatic Approach And Landing

3696829   Automatic Data Handling            Automatic Data Handling

3696832   Automatic Data Processing          Automatic Data Processing


3696835   Automatic Flight Control System    Automatic Flight Control System

          Automatic Message Processing       Automatic Message Processing
3696838
          System                             System


3696841   Automatic Resupply                 Automatic Resupply


3696844   Automatic Search Jammer            Automatic Search Jammer


3696847   Automatic Supply                   Automatic Supply
3696850   Automation Network                Automation Network




3696853   Autonomous Operation              Autonomous Operation



3696856   Availability Date                 Availability Date

3696859   Available Payload                 Available Payload

3696862   Available-To-Load Date            Available-To-Load Date

3696865   Avenue Of Approach                Avenue Of Approach

3696868   Average Speed                     Average Speed




3696871   Aviation Combat Element           Aviation Combat Element




3696874   Aviation Life Support Equipment   Aviation Life Support Equipment
3696877   Aviation Medicine                 Aviation Medicine
3696880   Aviation Ship                     Aviation Ship

3696883   Avoidance                         Avoidance

3696886   Axial Route                       Axial Route

3696889   Axis Of Advance                   Axis Of Advance


3696892   Azimuth                           Azimuth

3696895   Azimuth Angle                     Azimuth Angle
3696898   Azimuth Guidance                  Azimuth Guidance

3697804   Azimuth Resolution                Azimuth Resolution

3697828   Back Tell                         Back Tell
3697816   Back-Haul Airlift                 Back-Haul Airlift



3697822   Back-Scattering                   Back-Scattering


3697831   Back-Up                           Back-Up


3697807   Backfill                          Backfill



3697810   Background Count                  Background Count


3697813   Background Radiation              Background Radiation

3697819   Backscatter                       Backscatter

3697825   Backshore                         Backshore

3697834   Backwash                          Backwash




3697837   Balance                           Balance



3697843   Balance Station Zero              Balance Station Zero

3697840   Balanced Stock(S)                 Balanced Stock(S)




3697846   Bale Cubic Capacity               Bale Cubic Capacity



3697849   Balisage                          Balisage

3697852   Ballistic Missile                 Ballistic Missile

          Ballistic Missile Early Warning   Ballistic Missile Early Warning
3697855
          System                            System

3697861   Ballistic Trajectory              Ballistic Trajectory
3697864   Ballistic Wind              Ballistic Wind


3697858   Ballistics                  Ballistics

3697867   Balloon Barrage             Balloon Barrage
3697870   Balloon Reflector           Balloon Reflector


3697873   Bandwidth                   Bandwidth



3697876   Bank Angle                  Bank Angle

3697879   Bar                         Bar

3697915   Bar Scale                   Bar Scale


3697882   Bare Base                   Bare Base



3697885   Barge                       Barge

3697888   Barometric Altitude         Barometric Altitude




3697891   Barrage                     Barrage




3697894   Barrage Fire                Barrage Fire

3697897   Barrage Jamming             Barrage Jamming
3697900   Barricade                   Barricade

3697903   Barrier                     Barrier




3697906   Barrier Combat Air Patrol   Barrier Combat Air Patrol




3697909   Barrier Forces              Barrier Forces
          Barrier, Obstacle, And Mine      Barrier, Obstacle, And Mine
3697912
          Warfare Plan                     Warfare Plan



3697918   Base                             Base


3697921   Base Boundary                    Base Boundary

3697924   Base Cluster                     Base Cluster


3697927   Base Cluster Commander           Base Cluster Commander


3697930   Base Cluster Operations Center   Base Cluster Operations Center

3697933   Base Commander                   Base Commander

3697936   Base Complex                     Base Complex


3697939   Base Defense                     Base Defense




3697942   Base Defense Forces              Base Defense Forces




3697945   Base Defense Zone                Base Defense Zone


          Base Development (Less Force     Base Development (Less Force
3697948
          Beddown)                         Beddown)

3697951   Base Development Plan            Base Development Plan
3697954   Base Element                     Base Element




3697957   Base Line                        Base Line
3697960   Base Map                       Base Map


3697963   Base Of Operations             Base Of Operations

3697966   Base Period                    Base Period

3697969   Base Plan                      Base Plan


3697972   Base Section                   Base Section


3697975   Base Support Installation      Base Support Installation




3697978   Base Surge                     Base Surge



3697981   Base Unit                      Base Unit

3697984   Baseline Costs                 Baseline Costs

3697987   Basic Cover                    Basic Cover

3697990   Basic Encyclopedia             Basic Encyclopedia


3697993   Basic Intelligence             Basic Intelligence



3697996   Basic Load                     Basic Load


3697999   Basic Military Route Network   Basic Military Route Network

3698002   Basic Research                 Basic Research

3698005   Basic Stocks                   Basic Stocks

3698008   Basic Stopping Power           Basic Stopping Power



3698011   Basic Tactical Organization    Basic Tactical Organization
3698014   Basic Undertakings             Basic Undertakings


3698017   Basis Of Issue                 Basis Of Issue

3698020   Bathymetric Contour            Bathymetric Contour

3698023   Battalion Landing Team         Battalion Landing Team


3698026   Battery                        Battery


3698032   Battery (Troop) Left (Right)   Battery (Troop) Left (Right)

3698029   Battery Center                 Battery Center


3698035   Battle Damage Assessment       Battle Damage Assessment


3698038   Battle Damage Repair           Battle Damage Repair

3698050   Battle Force                   Battle Force

3698053   Battle Injury                  Battle Injury

3698056   Battle Management              Battle Management

3698059   Battle Reserves                Battle Reserves

3698062   Battle Rhythm                  Battle Rhythm




          Battlefield Coordination       Battlefield Coordination
3698041
          Detachment                     Detachment



3698044   Battlefield Illumination       Battlefield Illumination

3698047   Battlefield Surveillance       Battlefield Surveillance




3698065   Battlespace                    Battlespace
3698068   Battlespace Awareness   Battlespace Awareness




3698071   Beach                   Beach


3698074   Beach Capacity          Beach Capacity

3698077   Beach Group             Beach Group

3698083   Beach Landing Site      Beach Landing Site

3698086   Beach Marker            Beach Marker

3697297   Beach Minefield         Beach Minefield

3697300   Beach Organization      Beach Organization

3697303   Beach Party             Beach Party
3697306   Beach Party Commander   Beach Party Commander

3697309   Beach Photography       Beach Photography


3697312   Beach Reserves          Beach Reserves



3697315   Beach Support Area      Beach Support Area



3697318   Beach Survey            Beach Survey

3697321   Beach Width             Beach Width


3698080   Beachhead               Beachhead

3697291   Beachmaster             Beachmaster

3697294   Beachmaster Unit        Beachmaster Unit

3697324   Beam Rider              Beam Rider

3697327   Beam Width              Beam Width
3697330   Bearing                           Bearing

3697333   Beaten Zone                       Beaten Zone


3697336   Begin Morning Civil Twilight      Begin Morning Civil Twilight




3697339   Begin Morning Nautical Twilight   Begin Morning Nautical Twilight


3697342   Beleaguered                       Beleaguered


3697345   Berm, Natural                     Berm, Natural


3697348   Besieged                          Besieged
3697351   Bight                             Bight

3697354   Bilateral Infrastructure          Bilateral Infrastructure

3697357   Bill                              Bill

3697360   Billet                            Billet

3697369   Bin Storage                       Bin Storage

3697363   Binary Chemical Munition          Binary Chemical Munition

3697366   Binding                           Binding

3697372   Biographical Intelligence         Biographical Intelligence

3697375   Biological Agent                  Biological Agent

3697378   Biological Ammunition             Biological Ammunition

3697381   Biological Defense                Biological Defense

3697384   Biological Environment            Biological Environment
3697387   Biological Half-Time              Biological Half-Time

3697390   Biological Operation              Biological Operation



3697393   Biological Threat                 Biological Threat
3697396   Biological Warfare          Biological Warfare

3697399   Biological Weapon           Biological Weapon

3697402   Biometric                   Biometric

3697405   Biometrics                  Biometrics

3697408   Black                       Black

3697411   Black List                  Black List

3697414   Black Propaganda            Black Propaganda

3697696   Blast Effect                Blast Effect


3697699   Blast Line                  Blast Line

3697702   Blast Wave                  Blast Wave

3697705   Blast Wave Diffraction      Blast Wave Diffraction
3697708   Bleeding Edge               Bleeding Edge
3697711   Blind Transmission          Blind Transmission

3697714   Blister Agent               Blister Agent


3697723   Block Shipment              Block Shipment



3697726   Block Stowage Loading       Block Stowage Loading

3697717   Blocking And Chocking       Blocking And Chocking

3697720   Blocking Position           Blocking Position

3697729   Blood Agent                 Blood Agent

3697732   Blood Chit                  Blood Chit

3697735   Blood Chit (Intelligence)   Blood Chit (Intelligence)



3697738   Blowback                    Blowback
3697741   Blue Bark            Blue Bark




3697744   Board                Board


3697747   Boat Diagram         Boat Diagram

3697750   Boat Group           Boat Group

3697753   Boat Lane            Boat Lane



3697756   Boat Space           Boat Space


3697762   Boat Wave            Boat Wave

3697759   Boattail             Boattail

3697765   Bomb Disposal Unit   Bomb Disposal Unit

3697771   Bomb Impact Plot     Bomb Impact Plot


3697780   Bomb Release Line    Bomb Release Line

3697783   Bomb Release Point   Bomb Release Point
3697768   Bomber               Bomber

3697774   Bombing Angle        Bombing Angle

3697777   Bombing Run          Bombing Run


3697786   Bona Fides           Bona Fides



3697789   Bonding              Bonding


3697792   Booby Trap           Booby Trap

3697798   Boost Phase          Boost Phase
3697795   Booster           Booster



3697801   Border            Border

3697417   Border Break      Border Break

3697420   Border Crosser    Border Crosser

3697423   Boresafe Fuze     Boresafe Fuze

3697426   Bottom Mine       Bottom Mine

3697429   Bound             Bound

3697432   Boundary          Boundary


3697435   Bouquet Mine      Bouquet Mine



3697438   Bracketing        Bracketing




3697441   Branch            Branch




3697462   Break-Up          Break-Up




3697444   Breakaway         Breakaway


3697447   Breakbulk Cargo   Breakbulk Cargo


3697450   Breakbulk Ship    Breakbulk Ship
3697453   Breaker                  Breaker

3697456   Breaker Angle            Breaker Angle

3697459   Breakoff Position        Breakoff Position

3697465   Brevity Code             Brevity Code

3697468   Bridgehead               Bridgehead
3697471   Bridgehead Line          Bridgehead Line
3697474   Briefing                 Briefing

3697477   Brigade                  Brigade

3697480   Broach                   Broach

3697483   Buddy-Aid                Buddy-Aid




3697486   Buffer Distance          Buffer Distance




3697489   Buffer Zone              Buffer Zone




3697492   Bug                      Bug

3697495   Bugged                   Bugged

3697498   Building Systems         Building Systems


3697501   Buildup                  Buildup

3697504   Bulk Cargo               Bulk Cargo

3697507   Bulk Petroleum Product   Bulk Petroleum Product


3697510   Bulk Storage             Bulk Storage
3697513   Bullseye                        Bullseye

3697516   Bureau                          Bureau

3697519   Burn Notice                     Burn Notice

3697528   Burn-Through Range              Burn-Through Range

3697522   Burnout                         Burnout

3697525   Burnout Velocity                Burnout Velocity
3698314   C-Day                           C-Day


3697531   Cache                           Cache



3697534   Calibrated Focal Length         Calibrated Focal Length

3697537   Call Fire                       Call Fire
3697540   Call For Fire                   Call For Fire


3697543   Call Sign                       Call Sign


3697546   Camera Axis                     Camera Axis

3697549   Camera Axis Direction           Camera Axis Direction


3697552   Camera Calibration              Camera Calibration

3697555   Camera Cycling Rate             Camera Cycling Rate
3697558   Camera Nadir                    Camera Nadir

3697561   Camouflage                      Camouflage

3697564   Camouflage Detection Photography Camouflage Detection Photography

3697567   Camouflet                       Camouflet

3697570   Campaign                        Campaign

3697573   Campaign Plan                   Campaign Plan
3697576   Campaign Planning              Campaign Planning




3697579   Canalize                       Canalize


3697582   Candidate Target List          Candidate Target List



3697585   Cannibalize                    Cannibalize


3697588   Cannot Observe                 Cannot Observe




3697591   Cantilever Lifting Frame       Cantilever Lifting Frame



3697594   Capability                     Capability


3697597   Capacity Load (Navy)           Capacity Load (Navy)




3697600   Capstone Publications          Capstone Publications




3697603   Capstone Requirements Document Capstone Requirements Document



3697606   Capsule                        Capsule


3697609   Captive Firing                 Captive Firing

3697612   Captured                       Captured

3697615   Cardinal Point Effect          Cardinal Point Effect
3697618   Caretaker Status               Caretaker Status

          Cargo Classification (Combat   Cargo Classification (Combat
3697621
          Loading)                       Loading)

3697624   Cargo Increment Number         Cargo Increment Number



3697627   Cargo Outturn Message          Cargo Outturn Message



3697630   Cargo Outturn Report           Cargo Outturn Report

3697633   Cargo Sling                    Cargo Sling

3697636   Cargo Tie-Down Point           Cargo Tie-Down Point

3697639   Cargo Transporter              Cargo Transporter

3697642   Carpet Bombing                 Carpet Bombing

3697645   Carrier Air Wing               Carrier Air Wing



3697648   Carrier Battle Group           Carrier Battle Group



3697651   Carrier Striking Force         Carrier Striking Force


3697654   Carver                         Carver


3697657   Case                           Case

3697660   Casual                         Casual

3697663   Casualty                       Casualty




3697666   Casualty Category              Casualty Category
3697669   Casualty Evacuation              Casualty Evacuation


          Casualty Receiving And Treatment Casualty Receiving And Treatment
3697672
          Ship                             Ship



3697675   Casualty Status                  Casualty Status




3697678   Casualty Type                    Casualty Type

3697681   Catalytic Attack                 Catalytic Attack

3697684   Catalytic War                    Catalytic War

3697687   Catapult                         Catapult



3697690   Catastrophic Event               Catastrophic Event




3697693   Categories Of Data               Categories Of Data




3698308   Causeway                         Causeway



3698311   Caveat                           Caveat

3699082   Cc.Command Channel               Cc.Command Channel


3698317   Cease Fire                       Cease Fire


3698320   Cease Fire Line                  Cease Fire Line

3698323   Ceiling                          Ceiling
3698326   Celestial Guidance                Celestial Guidance


3698329   Celestial Sphere                  Celestial Sphere


3698332   Cell System                       Cell System

3698335   Censorship                        Censorship

3698338   Center                            Center

3698341   Center Of Burst                   Center Of Burst

3698344   Center Of Gravity                 Center Of Gravity

3698347   Centigray                         Centigray

3698350   Central Control Officer           Central Control Officer



3698362   Central Procurement               Central Procurement




3698353   Centralized Control               Centralized Control




          Centralized Receiving And         Centralized Receiving And
3698356
          Shipping Point                    Shipping Point


3698359   Centrally Managed Item            Centrally Managed Item

3698365   Chaff                             Chaff

3698368   Chain                             Chain

3698371   Chain Of Command                  Chain Of Command




          Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of   Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of
3698374
          Staff Instruction                 Staff Instruction
          Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of      Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of
3698377
          Staff Manual                         Staff Manual



          Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of      Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of
3698380
          Staff Memorandum Of Policy           Staff Memorandum Of Policy




3698383   Chairmans Program Assessment         Chairmans Program Assessment




          Chairmans Program                    Chairmans Program
3698386
          Recommendations                      Recommendations




3698389   Chalk Commander                      Chalk Commander

3698392   Chalk Number                         Chalk Number

3698395   Chalk Troops                         Chalk Troops

3698398   Challenge                            Challenge

3698401   Chancery                             Chancery


3698404   Change Detection                     Change Detection




3698407   Channel Airlift                      Channel Airlift



3698410   Characteristic Actuation Probability Characteristic Actuation Probability

3698413   Characteristic Actuation Width       Characteristic Actuation Width

3698416   Characteristic Detection Probability Characteristic Detection Probability

3698419   Characteristic Detection Width       Characteristic Detection Width
3698422   Charged Demolition Target        Charged Demolition Target


3698425   Chart Base                       Chart Base

3698428   Chart Index                      Chart Index
3698431   Chart Location Of The Battery    Chart Location Of The Battery
3698434   Chart Series                     Chart Series
3698437   Chart Sheet                      Chart Sheet

3698440   Check Firing                     Check Firing

3698443   Checkout                         Checkout




3698446   Checkpoint                       Checkpoint




3698449   Chemical Agent                   Chemical Agent

3698452   Chemical Agent Cumulative Action Chemical Agent Cumulative Action

3698455   Chemical Ammunition              Chemical Ammunition
3698458   Chemical Ammunition Cargo        Chemical Ammunition Cargo
3698476   Chemical Contamination           Chemical Contamination

3698479   Chemical Defense                 Chemical Defense

3698482   Chemical Dose                    Chemical Dose
3698485   Chemical Environment             Chemical Environment

3698488   Chemical Horn                    Chemical Horn

3698491   Chemical Monitoring              Chemical Monitoring


3698494   Chemical Operation               Chemical Operation


3698497   Chemical Survey                  Chemical Survey
3698500   Chemical Warfare                    Chemical Warfare




3698503   Chemical Weapon                     Chemical Weapon




          Chemical, Biological, And           Chemical, Biological, And
3698461
          Radiological Operation              Radiological Operation

          Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
3698464
          And Nuclear Defense                 And Nuclear Defense



          Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
3698467   Nuclear, And High-Yield Explosive Nuclear, And High-Yield Explosive
          Hazards                             Hazards



          Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
3698470   Nuclear, And High-Yield Explosives Nuclear, And High-Yield Explosives
          Consequencemanagement               Consequencemanagement

          Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
3698473   Nuclear, Or High-Yield Explosives Nuclear, Or High-Yield Explosives
          Incident                            Incident
          Chief Army, Navy, Air Force, Or     Chief Army, Navy, Air Force, Or
3698506
          Marine Corps Censor                 Marine Corps Censor




3698509   Chief Of Mission                    Chief Of Mission




3698512   Chief Of Staff                      Chief Of Staff
3698515   Chronic Radiation Dose       Chronic Radiation Dose


3698518   Chuffing                     Chuffing

3698521   Cipher                       Cipher



3698524   Circular Error Probable      Circular Error Probable

3698527   Civic Action                 Civic Action



3698530   Civil Administration         Civil Administration




3698533   Civil Affairs                Civil Affairs




3698536   Civil Affairs Activities     Civil Affairs Activities



3698539   Civil Affairs Agreement      Civil Affairs Agreement



3698542   Civil Augmentation Program   Civil Augmentation Program




3698545   Civil Authorities            Civil Authorities


3698548   Civil Censorship             Civil Censorship


3698551   Civil Damage Assessment      Civil Damage Assessment




3698554   Civil Defense                Civil Defense



3698557   Civil Defense Emergency      Civil Defense Emergency
3698560   Civil Defense Intelligence    Civil Defense Intelligence




3698563   Civil Disturbance             Civil Disturbance

          Civil Disturbance Readiness   Civil Disturbance Readiness
3698566
          Conditions                    Conditions


3698569   Civil Emergency               Civil Emergency



3698587   Civil Nuclear Power           Civil Nuclear Power



3698590   Civil Requirements            Civil Requirements




3698593   Civil Reserve Air Fleet       Civil Reserve Air Fleet




3698596   Civil Support                 Civil Support



3698599   Civil Transportation          Civil Transportation



3698578   Civil-Military Medicine       Civil-Military Medicine
3698581   Civil-Military Operations          Civil-Military Operations




3698584   Civil-Military Operations Center   Civil-Military Operations Center




3698572   Civilian Internee                  Civilian Internee



3698575   Civilian Internee Camp             Civilian Internee Camp



3698602   Clandestine Operation              Clandestine Operation




3698605   Classes Of Supply                  Classes Of Supply




3698608   Classification                     Classification

          Classification Of Bridges And      Classification Of Bridges And
3698611
          Vehicles                           Vehicles

3698089   Classified Contract                Classified Contract


3698092   Classified Information             Classified Information
3698095   Classified Matter                   Classified Matter

3698098   Clean Aircraft                      Clean Aircraft

3698101   Cleansing Station                   Cleansing Station




3698104   Clear                               Clear




3698107   Clearance Capacity                  Clearance Capacity



3698110   Clearance Rate                      Clearance Rate

3698113   Clearing Operation                  Clearing Operation

3698116   Clock Code Position                 Clock Code Position



3698119   Close Air Support                   Close Air Support




3698128   Close Support                       Close Support




3698131   Close Support Area                  Close Support Area


3698122   Close-Controlled Air Interception   Close-Controlled Air Interception

3698125   Closed Area                         Closed Area



3698134   Closure                             Closure




3698137   Closure Minefield                   Closure Minefield
3698140   Closure Shortfall        Closure Shortfall

3698143   Cloud Amount             Cloud Amount
3698146   Cloud Chamber Effect     Cloud Chamber Effect
3698149   Cloud Top Height         Cloud Top Height
3698152   Cluster Bomb Unit        Cluster Bomb Unit

3698155   Clutter                  Clutter

3698158   Coalition                Coalition


3698161   Coalition Action         Coalition Action

3698164   Coarse Mine              Coarse Mine




3698167   Coassembly               Coassembly




3698170   Coastal Convoy           Coastal Convoy

3698173   Coastal Frontier         Coastal Frontier


3698176   Coastal Refraction       Coastal Refraction

3698179   Coastal Sea Control      Coastal Sea Control




3698182   Code                     Code




3698185   Code Word                Code Word



3698188   Cold War                 Cold War



3698191   Collaborative Purchase   Collaborative Purchase


3698194   Collapse Depth           Collapse Depth
3698197   Collate                              Collate




3698200   Collateral Damage                    Collateral Damage


3698203   Collection                           Collection

3698206   Collection (Acquisition)             Collection (Acquisition)

3698209   Collection Agency                    Collection Agency

3698212   Collection Asset                     Collection Asset

          Collection Coordination Facility Line Collection Coordination Facility Line
3698215
          Number                                Number




3698218   Collection Management                Collection Management




3698221   Collection Manager                   Collection Manager




3698224   Collection Operations Management Collection Operations Management



3698227   Collection Plan                      Collection Plan


3698230   Collection Planning                  Collection Planning

3698233   Collection Point                     Collection Point
3698236   Collection Requirement                Collection Requirement




3698239   Collection Resource                   Collection Resource



3698242   Collective Call Sign                  Collective Call Sign


          Collective Nuclear, Biological, And   Collective Nuclear, Biological, And
3698245
          Chemical Protection                   Chemical Protection

3698248   Collective Self-Defense               Collective Self-Defense

3698251   Collocation                           Collocation


3698254   Colored Beach                         Colored Beach

3698257   Column Formation                      Column Formation

3698260   Column Gap                            Column Gap

3698263   Column Length                         Column Length


3698266   Combat Air Patrol                     Combat Air Patrol


3698269   Combat Airspace Control               Combat Airspace Control



3698272   Combat And Operational Stress         Combat And Operational Stress
          Combat And Operational Stress   Combat And Operational Stress
3698275
          Control                         Control



3698290   Combat Area                     Combat Area




3698293   Combat Assessment               Combat Assessment




3698296   Combat Cargo Officer            Combat Cargo Officer



3698299   Combat Chart                    Combat Chart




3698302   Combat Control Team             Combat Control Team




3698305   Combat Engineering              Combat Engineering

3698959   Combat Forces                   Combat Forces

3698962   Combat Identification           Combat Identification


3698965   Combat Information              Combat Information




3698968   Combat Information Center       Combat Information Center




3698974   Combat Intelligence             Combat Intelligence
3698977   Combat Loading                   Combat Loading


3698980   Combat Power                     Combat Power

3698983   Combat Readiness                 Combat Readiness

3698986   Combat Search And Rescue         Combat Search And Rescue


          Combat Search And Rescue Task    Combat Search And Rescue Task
3698989
          Force                            Force




3698992   Combat Service Support           Combat Service Support




3698995   Combat Service Support Area      Combat Service Support Area




3698998   Combat Service Support Element   Combat Service Support Element




3699001   Combat Service Support Elements Combat Service Support Elements


3699004   Combat Support                   Combat Support

3699007   Combat Support Agency            Combat Support Agency


3699010   Combat Support Elements          Combat Support Elements


3699013   Combat Support Troops            Combat Support Troops

3699016   Combat Surveillance              Combat Surveillance
3699019   Combat Surveillance Radar         Combat Surveillance Radar

3699022   Combat Survival                   Combat Survival


3699025   Combat Vehicle                    Combat Vehicle


          Combat Visual Information Support Combat Visual Information Support
3699028
          Center                            Center


3699031   Combat Zone                       Combat Zone



3698278   Combatant Command                 Combatant Command




          Combatant Command (Command        Combatant Command (Command
3698284
          Authority)                        Authority)




3698281   Combatant Command Chaplain        Combatant Command Chaplain



          Combatant Commanders Required Combatant Commanders Required
3698287
          Date                          Date



3698971   Combating Terrorism               Combating Terrorism



3699034   Combination Influence Mine        Combination Influence Mine

          Combination Mission/Level Of      Combination Mission/Level Of
3699037
          Effort-Oriented Items             Effort-Oriented Items
3699040   Combined                          Combined

3699043   Combined Airspeed Indicator       Combined Airspeed Indicator

3699046   Combined Arms Team                Combined Arms Team

3699049   Combined Force                    Combined Force
3699052   Combined Influence Mine           Combined Influence Mine



          Combined Joint Special Operations Combined Joint Special Operations
3699055
          Task Force                        Task Force




3699058   Combined Operation                Combined Operation

3699061   Combustor                         Combustor




3699064   Command                           Command




3699067   Command And Control               Command And Control




3699070   Command And Control System        Command And Control System




3699073   Command Assessment Element        Command Assessment Element



3699076   Command Axis                      Command Axis

3699079   Command Center                    Command Center
3699085   Command Chaplain                 Command Chaplain



3699088   Command Controlled Stocks        Command Controlled Stocks


3699091   Command Destruct Signal          Command Destruct Signal
3699094   Command Detonated Mine           Command Detonated Mine
3699097   Command Ejection System          Command Ejection System




3699100   Command Element                  Command Element




3699124   Command Guidance                 Command Guidance




3699127   Command Information              Command Information




3699133   Command Net                      Command Net



3699136   Command Post                     Command Post



3699139   Command Post Exercise            Command Post Exercise



3699142   Command Relationships            Command Relationships



3699145   Command Select Ejection System   Command Select Ejection System

3699148   Command-Sponsored Dependent      Command-Sponsored Dependent


          Commander, Amphibious Task       Commander, Amphibious Task
3699103
          Force                            Force
3699106   Commander, Landing Force          Commander, Landing Force

3699109   Commanders Concept                Commanders Concept


          Commanders Critical Information   Commanders Critical Information
3699112
          Requirement                       Requirement




3699115   Commanders Estimate               Commanders Estimate




          Commanders Estimate Of The        Commanders Estimate Of The
3699118
          Situation                         Situation



3699121   Commanders Intent                 Commanders Intent



3699130   Commanding Officer Of Troops      Commanding Officer Of Troops



3699151   Commercial Items                  Commercial Items

3699154   Commercial Loading                Commercial Loading

3699157   Commercial Vehicle                Commercial Vehicle



3699160   Commission                        Commission




3699163   Commodity Loading                 Commodity Loading


3699166   Commodity Manager                 Commodity Manager


3699172   Common Control (Artillery)        Common Control (Artillery)
3699175   Common Infrastructure          Common Infrastructure




3699178   Common Item                    Common Item




3699181   Common Operating Environment   Common Operating Environment




3699184   Common Operational Picture     Common Operational Picture


3699187   Common Servicing               Common Servicing

3699190   Common Supplies                Common Supplies

3698614   Common Tactical Picture        Common Tactical Picture



3698617   Common Use                     Common Use



3698620   Common Use Alternatives        Common Use Alternatives




3698623   Common-Use Container           Common-Use Container



3698626   Common-User Airlift Service    Common-User Airlift Service

3698629   Common-User Item               Common-User Item
3698632   Common-User Logistics         Common-User Logistics



          Common-User Military Land     Common-User Military Land
3698635
          Transportation                Transportation


3698638   Common-User Network           Common-User Network




3698641   Common-User Ocean Terminals   Common-User Ocean Terminals




3698644   Common-User Sealift           Common-User Sealift




3698647   Common-User Transportation    Common-User Transportation




3699169   Commonality                   Commonality



3698650   Communicate                   Communicate

3698653   Communication Deception       Communication Deception

          Communication Operation       Communication Operation
3698656
          Instructions                  Instructions

3698659   Communications Center         Communications Center


3698662   Communications Intelligence   Communications Intelligence


          Communications Intelligence   Communications Intelligence
3698665
          Database                      Database


3698668   Communications Mark           Communications Mark
3698671   Communications Net                 Communications Net
3698674   Communications Network             Communications Network


3698677   Communications Satellite           Communications Satellite




3698680   Communications Security            Communications Security




          Communications Security            Communications Security
3698683
          Equipment                          Equipment




3698686   Communications Security Material   Communications Security Material




          Communications Security            Communications Security
3698689
          Monitoring                         Monitoring




3698893   Communications System              Communications System

3698896   Communications Terminal            Communications Terminal



3698899   Communications Zone                Communications Zone




3698902   Community Relations                Community Relations




3698905   Community Relations Program        Community Relations Program

3698908   Comparative Cover                  Comparative Cover
3698911   Compartmentation                 Compartmentation




3698914   Complaint-Type Investigation     Complaint-Type Investigation




3698920   Complete Round                   Complete Round




3698917   Completeness                     Completeness




3698923   Complex Contingency Operations   Complex Contingency Operations




3698926   Component                        Component



3698929   Component (Materiel)             Component (Materiel)




3698932   Component-Owned Container        Component-Owned Container




3698935   Composite Air Photography        Composite Air Photography
3698938   Composite Warfare Commander     Composite Warfare Commander




3698941   Composite Wing                  Composite Wing


3698944   Compression Chamber             Compression Chamber

3698947   Compromise                      Compromise


3698950   Compromised                     Compromised


3698953   Computed Air Release Point      Computed Air Release Point

3698956   Computer Intrusion              Computer Intrusion
3698692   Computer Intrusion Detection    Computer Intrusion Detection
3698695   Computer Modeling               Computer Modeling


3698698   Computer Network Attack         Computer Network Attack




3698701   Computer Network Defense        Computer Network Defense




3698704   Computer Network Exploitation   Computer Network Exploitation




3698707   Computer Network Operations     Computer Network Operations


3698710   Computer Security               Computer Security

3698713   Computer Simulation             Computer Simulation
3698716   Concealment                     Concealment

3698719   Concentration Area              Concentration Area
3698722   Concept Of Intelligence Operations Concept Of Intelligence Operations




3698725   Concept Of Logistic Support        Concept Of Logistic Support


3698728   Concept Of Operations              Concept Of Operations



3698731   Concept Plan                       Concept Plan




3698734   Condensation Cloud                 Condensation Cloud




3698737   Condensation Trail                 Condensation Trail

3698740   Condition                          Condition

3698743   Conducting Staff                   Conducting Staff

3698746   Configuration Management           Configuration Management


          Confirmation Of Information        Confirmation Of Information
3698749
          (Intelligence)                     (Intelligence)




3698752   Conflict                           Conflict




3698755   Conflict Prevention                Conflict Prevention
3698758   Confusion Agent                  Confusion Agent


3698761   Confusion Reflector              Confusion Reflector

3698764   Connecting Route                 Connecting Route
3698767   Connectivity                     Connectivity


3698770   Consecutive Voyage Charter       Consecutive Voyage Charter




3698773   Console                          Console

3698776   Consolidated Vehicle Table       Consolidated Vehicle Table
3698779   Consolidation                    Consolidation
3698782   Consolidation Of Position        Consolidation Of Position


3698785   Constellation                    Constellation



3698788   Constitute                       Constitute


3698791   Constraint                       Constraint


3698794   Consumable Supplies And Materiel Consumable Supplies And Materiel

3698797   Consumer                         Consumer




3698800   Consumer Logistics               Consumer Logistics




3698803   Consumption Rate                 Consumption Rate


3698806   Contact                          Contact


3698809   Contact Burst Preclusion         Contact Burst Preclusion
3698812   Contact Mine                   Contact Mine



3698815   Contact Point                  Contact Point



3698818   Contact Print                  Contact Print

3698821   Contact Procedure              Contact Procedure

3698824   Contact Reconnaissance         Contact Reconnaissance
3698827   Contact Report                 Contact Report

3698830   Contain                        Contain




3698833   Container                      Container




3698836   Container Anchorage Terminal   Container Anchorage Terminal



3698839   Container Control Officer      Container Control Officer




3698842   Container-Handling Equipment   Container-Handling Equipment



3698845   Containerization               Containerization




3698848   Containership                  Containership




          Containership Cargo Stowage    Containership Cargo Stowage
3698851
          Adapter                        Adapter
3698854   Contaminate                    Contaminate

3698857   Contaminated Remains           Contaminated Remains
3698860   Contamination                    Contamination




3698863   Contamination Control            Contamination Control




3698866   Contiguous Zone                  Contiguous Zone




3698869   Continental United States        Continental United States



3698872   Contingency Contracting          Contingency Contracting




3698875   Contingency Contractor Personnel Contingency Contractor Personnel




          Contingency Engineering          Contingency Engineering
3698878
          Management Organization          Management Organization
3698881   Contingency Operation                Contingency Operation




          Contingency Planning Facilities List Contingency Planning Facilities List
3698884
          Program                              Program




3698887   Contingency Planning Guidance        Contingency Planning Guidance




3698890   Contingency Response Program         Contingency Response Program




3699430   Contingency Retention Stock          Contingency Retention Stock




3699433   Contingency Zip Code                 Contingency Zip Code


3699436   Contingent Effects                   Contingent Effects

3699439   Continuity Of Command                Continuity Of Command



3699442   Continuity Of Operations             Continuity Of Operations




3699445   Continuous Fire                      Continuous Fire
3699448   Continuous Illumination Fire     Continuous Illumination Fire

3699451   Continuous Strip Camera          Continuous Strip Camera

3699454   Continuous Strip Imagery         Continuous Strip Imagery

3699457   Contour Flight                   Contour Flight
3699460   Contour Interval                 Contour Interval
3699463   Contour Line                     Contour Line

3699472   Contract Maintenance             Contract Maintenance



3699478   Contract Termination             Contract Termination


3699466   Contracted Logistic Support      Contracted Logistic Support


3699469   Contracting Officer              Contracting Officer




          Contractors Deploying With The   Contractors Deploying With The
3699475
          Force                            Force




3699481   Control                          Control




3699490   Control (Intelligence)           Control (Intelligence)

3699484   Control Area                     Control Area

3699487   Control Group                    Control Group

          Control Of Electromagnetic       Control Of Electromagnetic
3699550
          Radiation                        Radiation
3699553   Control Point                    Control Point




3699556   Control Zone                     Control Zone

3699493   Controllable Mine                Controllable Mine

3699496   Controlled Airspace              Controlled Airspace

3699499   Controlled Dangerous Air Cargo   Controlled Dangerous Air Cargo

          Controlled Effects Nuclear       Controlled Effects Nuclear
3699502
          Weapons                          Weapons


3699505   Controlled Exercise              Controlled Exercise


3699508   Controlled Firing Area           Controlled Firing Area

3699511   Controlled Forces                Controlled Forces

3699514   Controlled Information           Controlled Information

3699517   Controlled Item                  Controlled Item

3699520   Controlled Map                   Controlled Map

3699523   Controlled Mosaic                Controlled Mosaic

3699526   Controlled Passing               Controlled Passing

3699529   Controlled Port                  Controlled Port

3699532   Controlled Reprisal              Controlled Reprisal

3699535   Controlled Response              Controlled Response

3699538   Controlled Route                 Controlled Route



3699541   Controlled Shipping              Controlled Shipping



3699544   Controlled Substance             Controlled Substance
3699547   Controlled War           Controlled War

3699559   Conventional Forces      Conventional Forces


3699562   Conventional Mines       Conventional Mines

3699565   Conventional Weapon      Conventional Weapon

3699568   Converge                 Converge

3699571   Converged Sheaf          Converged Sheaf

3699574   Convergence              Convergence

3699577   Convergence Factor       Convergence Factor

3699580   Convergence Zone         Convergence Zone

3699583   Conversion Angle         Conversion Angle

3699586   Conversion Scale         Conversion Scale



3699589   Convoy                   Convoy




3699592   Convoy Commodore         Convoy Commodore

3699595   Convoy Dispersal Point   Convoy Dispersal Point

3699598   Convoy Escort            Convoy Escort

3699601   Convoy Joiner            Convoy Joiner
3699604   Convoy Leaver            Convoy Leaver

3699607   Convoy Loading           Convoy Loading

3699610   Convoy Route             Convoy Route

3699613   Convoy Schedule          Convoy Schedule

3699616   Convoy Speed             Convoy Speed


3699619   Convoy Terminal Area     Convoy Terminal Area


3699622   Convoy Through Escort    Convoy Through Escort
3699625   Convoy Title                    Convoy Title




3699628   Cooperating Agency              Cooperating Agency




          Cooperative Logistic Support    Cooperative Logistic Support
3699634
          Arrangements                    Arrangements


3699631   Cooperative Logistics           Cooperative Logistics




3699637   Cooperative Security Location   Cooperative Security Location




3699640   Coordinated Draft Plan          Coordinated Draft Plan




3699643   Coordinated Fire Line           Coordinated Fire Line



          Coordinated Procurement         Coordinated Procurement
3699646
          Assignee                        Assignee




3699649   Coordinated Universal Time      Coordinated Universal Time




3699652   Coordinates                     Coordinates
3699655   Coordinating Altitude            Coordinating Altitude




3699658   Coordinating Authority           Coordinating Authority




3699661   Coordinating Point               Coordinating Point




3699664   Coproduction                     Coproduction




3699667   Copy Negative                    Copy Negative


3699670   Corner Reflector                 Corner Reflector


3699673   Corps Support Command            Corps Support Command
3699676   Corps Troops                     Corps Troops

3699679   Correlation Factor               Correlation Factor


3699682   Cost Contract                    Cost Contract


3699688   Cost Sharing Contract            Cost Sharing Contract


3699685   Cost-Plus A Fixed-Fee Contract   Cost-Plus A Fixed-Fee Contract
3699691   Counterair                        Counterair




3699694   Counterattack                     Counterattack



3699697   Counterbattery Fire               Counterbattery Fire

3699700   Counterdeception                  Counterdeception




3699703   Counterdrug                       Counterdrug




          Counterdrug Nonoperational        Counterdrug Nonoperational
3699706
          Support                           Support




3699709   Counterdrug Operational Support   Counterdrug Operational Support




3699712   Counterdrug Operations            Counterdrug Operations



3699715   Counterespionage                  Counterespionage


3699718   Counterfire                       Counterfire


3699721   Counterforce                      Counterforce


3699724   Counterguerrilla Warfare          Counterguerrilla Warfare

3699727   Counterinsurgency                 Counterinsurgency
3699730   Counterintelligence               Counterintelligence




3699733   Counterintelligence Activities    Counterintelligence Activities




3699736   Counterintelligence Collection    Counterintelligence Collection




          Counterintelligence Operational   Counterintelligence Operational
3699739
          Tasking Authority                 Tasking Authority


3699742   Counterintelligence Operations    Counterintelligence Operations




3699745   Counterintelligence Production    Counterintelligence Production




3699193   Counterintelligence Support       Counterintelligence Support


3699196   Countermeasures                   Countermeasures


3699199   Countermine                       Countermine


3699202   Countermine Operation             Countermine Operation

3699205   Countermobility Operations        Countermobility Operations

3699208   Countermove                       Countermove

3699211   Counteroffensive                  Counteroffensive



3699214   Counterpreparation Fire           Counterpreparation Fire
3699217   Counterproliferation           Counterproliferation




3699220   Counterpropaganda Operations   Counterpropaganda Operations

3699223   Counterreconnaissance          Counterreconnaissance

3699226   Countersabotage                Countersabotage

3699229   Countersign                    Countersign

3699232   Countersubversion              Countersubversion

3699235   Countersurveillance            Countersurveillance

3699238   Counterterrorism               Counterterrorism

3699241   Country Cover Diagram          Country Cover Diagram

3699244   Country Team                   Country Team


3699247   Coup De Main                   Coup De Main


3699250   Courier                        Courier

3699253   Course                         Course




3699256   Course Of Action               Course Of Action




3699271   Cover (Military)               Cover (Military)

3699274   Cover Search                   Cover Search
3699259   Coverage                   Coverage




3699262   Covering Fire              Covering Fire




3699265   Covering Force             Covering Force



3699268   Covering Force Area        Covering Force Area



3699277   Covert Operation           Covert Operation




3699280   Coxswain                   Coxswain


3699283   Crash Locator Beacon       Crash Locator Beacon

3699286   Crash Position Indicator   Crash Position Indicator
          Crash Rescue And Fire      Crash Rescue And Fire
3699289
          Suppression                Suppression


3699292   Crater                     Crater


3699295   Crater Depth               Crater Depth

3699301   Crater Radius              Crater Radius

3699298   Cratering Charge           Cratering Charge

3699304   Creeping Barrage           Creeping Barrage

3699307   Creeping Mine              Creeping Mine

3699310   Crest                      Crest

3699313   Crested                    Crested
3699316   Crisis                               Crisis




3699319   Crisis Action Planning               Crisis Action Planning




3699322   Crisis Management                    Crisis Management

3699379   Critic Report                        Critic Report



3699325   Critical Asset                       Critical Asset




3699328   Critical Capability                  Critical Capability


3699331   Critical Information                 Critical Information




3699334   Critical Infrastructure Protection   Critical Infrastructure Protection




3699337   Critical Intelligence                Critical Intelligence




3699340   Critical Item                        Critical Item




3699343   Critical Item List                   Critical Item List
3699349   Critical Joint Duty Assignment Billet Critical Joint Duty Assignment Billet



3699352   Critical Mass                         Critical Mass


3699355   Critical Node                         Critical Node




3699358   Critical Occupational Specialty       Critical Occupational Specialty




3699361   Critical Point                        Critical Point




3699364   Critical Safety Item                  Critical Safety Item


3699367   Critical Speed                        Critical Speed

3699370   Critical Supplies And Materiel        Critical Supplies And Materiel


3699373   Critical Sustainability Item          Critical Sustainability Item


3699376   Critical Vulnerability                Critical Vulnerability




3699346   Criticality Assessment                Criticality Assessment



3699394   Cross Tell                            Cross Tell


3699385   Cross-Loading (Personnel)             Cross-Loading (Personnel)
3699388   Cross-Servicing             Cross-Servicing


3699391   Cross-Targeting (Nuclear)   Cross-Targeting (Nuclear)




3699382   Crossing Area               Crossing Area




3699397   Cruise Missile              Cruise Missile


3699400   Cruising Altitude           Cruising Altitude

3699403   Cruising Level              Cruising Level
3699406   Crush Depth                 Crush Depth
3699409   Cryogenic Liquid            Cryogenic Liquid

3699412   Cryptanalysis               Cryptanalysis




3699415   Cryptochannel               Cryptochannel




3699418   Cryptologic                 Cryptologic

3699421   Cryptology                  Cryptology


3699424   Cryptomaterial              Cryptomaterial




3699427   Cryptopart                  Cryptopart



3700141   Cryptosecurity              Cryptosecurity
3700144   Cryptosystem                  Cryptosystem



3700147   Culminating Point             Culminating Point



3700150   Cultivation                   Cultivation

3700153   Culture                       Culture

3700156   Curb Weight                   Curb Weight


3700159   Current                       Current



3700162   Current Force                 Current Force


3700165   Current Intelligence          Current Intelligence

3700168   Current, Offshore             Current, Offshore

3700171   Current, Rip                  Current, Rip

3700174   Curve Of Pursuit              Curve Of Pursuit

3700177   Cusps                         Cusps

3700180   Custodian Of Postal Effects   Custodian Of Postal Effects



3700183   Custody                       Custody

3700186   Customer Ship                 Customer Ship

3700189   Customer Wait Time            Customer Wait Time

          Customs Over-The-Horizon      Customs Over-The-Horizon
3700192
          Enforcement Network           Enforcement Network
3700195   Cut-Off                       Cut-Off
3700201   Cut-Off Velocity              Cut-Off Velocity

3700198   Cutoff Attack                 Cutoff Attack

3700204   Cutout                        Cutout
3700207   Cutter                            Cutter

3700210   Cutting Charge                    Cutting Charge

3700213   Cyber Counterintelligence         Cyber Counterintelligence


3700216   Cyberspace                        Cyberspace

3700324   D-Day                             D-Day

          D-Day Consumption/Production      D-Day Consumption/Production
3700327
          Differential Assets               Differential Assets


          D-Day Materiel Readiness Gross    D-Day Materiel Readiness Gross
3700330
          Capability                        Capability


3700333   D-Day Pipeline Assets             D-Day Pipeline Assets




3700495   D-To-P Assets Required On D-Day D-To-P Assets Required On D-Day




3700498   D-To-P Concept                    D-To-P Concept




          D-To-P Materiel Readiness Gross   D-To-P Materiel Readiness Gross
3700501
          Requirement                       Requirement




3700219   Daily Intelligence Summary        Daily Intelligence Summary


          Daily Movement Summary            Daily Movement Summary
3700222
          (Shipping)                        (Shipping)

3700225   Damage Area                       Damage Area
3700228   Damage Assessment             Damage Assessment




3700231   Damage Control                Damage Control




3700234   Damage Criteria               Damage Criteria

3700237   Damage Estimation             Damage Estimation

3700240   Damage Expectancy (Nuclear)   Damage Expectancy (Nuclear)


3700243   Damage Radius                 Damage Radius

3700246   Damage Threat                 Damage Threat


3700249   Danger Area                   Danger Area




3700252   Danger Close                  Danger Close




3700258   Danger Space                  Danger Space

3700255   Dangerous Cargo               Dangerous Cargo

3700261   Data                          Data



3700267   Data Block                    Data Block

3700270   Data Code                     Data Code

3700273   Data Element                  Data Element


3700276   Data Item                     Data Item

3700279   Data Link                     Data Link
3700282   Data Link Coordination Net      Data Link Coordination Net


3700285   Data Mile                       Data Mile

3700264   Database                        Database

3700288   Date Line                       Date Line


3700291   Date-Time Group                 Date-Time Group




3700294   Datum                           Datum

3700297   Datum (Antisubmarine Warfare)   Datum (Antisubmarine Warfare)



3700303   Datum (Geodetic)                Datum (Geodetic)



          Datum Error (Antisubmarine      Datum Error (Antisubmarine
3700300
          Warfare)                        Warfare)
3700306   Datum Level                     Datum Level

3700309   Datum Point                     Datum Point

          Datum Time (Antisubmarine       Datum Time (Antisubmarine
3700312
          Warfare)                        Warfare)

3700315   Davit                           Davit

3700318   Day Of Supply                   Day Of Supply

3700321   Dazzle                          Dazzle

3699763   De Facto Boundary               De Facto Boundary

3700093   De Jure Boundary                De Jure Boundary

3700345   De-Arming                       De-Arming

3700339   Dead Mine                       Dead Mine
3700342   Dead Space                   Dead Space




3700336   Deadline                     Deadline


3700348   Debarkation                  Debarkation
3700351   Debarkation Net              Debarkation Net

3700354   Debarkation Schedule         Debarkation Schedule



3700357   Deceased                     Deceased




3700360   Decentralized Control        Decentralized Control

3700363   Decentralized Execution      Decentralized Execution

3700366   Decentralized Items          Decentralized Items


3700369   Deception                    Deception


3700372   Deception Action             Deception Action

3700375   Deception Concept            Deception Concept



3700378   Deception Course Of Action   Deception Course Of Action



3700381   Deception Event              Deception Event




3700384   Deception Means              Deception Means
3700387   Deception Objective         Deception Objective

3700390   Deception Story             Deception Story

3700393   Deception Target            Deception Target


3700396   Decision                    Decision



3700399   Decision Altitude           Decision Altitude



3700402   Decision Height             Decision Height



3700405   Decision Point              Decision Point




3700408   Decision Support Template   Decision Support Template




3700411   Decisive Engagement         Decisive Engagement



3700414   Decisive Point              Decisive Point

3700417   Deck Alert                  Deck Alert

3700420   Declared Speed              Declared Speed


3700423   Declassification            Declassification


3700426   Declassify                  Declassify


3700429   Declination                 Declination



3700432   Decompression               Decompression

3700435   Decompression Chamber       Decompression Chamber
3700438   Decompression Sickness            Decompression Sickness


3700441   Decontamination                   Decontamination


3700444   Decontamination Station           Decontamination Station

3699748   Decoy                             Decoy

3699751   Decoy Ship                        Decoy Ship


3699754   Decrypt                           Decrypt



3699757   Deep Fording Capability           Deep Fording Capability

3699760   Deep Minefield                    Deep Minefield

3699766   Defended Asset List               Defended Asset List

3699769   Defense Area                      Defense Area




3699772   Defense Business Operations Fund Defense Business Operations Fund



3699775   Defense Classification            Defense Classification

3699778   Defense Communications System     Defense Communications System


3699781   Defense Coordinating Element      Defense Coordinating Element



3699784   Defense Coordinating Officer      Defense Coordinating Officer



3699787   Defense Critical Infrastructure   Defense Critical Infrastructure
3699790   Defense Emergency                  Defense Emergency




3699793   Defense Industrial Base            Defense Industrial Base




3699796   Defense Information Infrastructure Defense Information Infrastructure




          Defense Information Systems        Defense Information Systems
3699799
          Network                            Network


3699802   Defense Message System             Defense Message System

          Defense Meteorological Satellite   Defense Meteorological Satellite
3699805
          Program                            Program


3699808   Defense Planning Guidance          Defense Planning Guidance




3699811   Defense Readiness Condition        Defense Readiness Condition




          Defense Satellite Communications Defense Satellite Communications
3699814
          System                           System


          Defense Support Of Civil           Defense Support Of Civil
3699817
          Authorities                        Authorities

3699820   Defense Support Program            Defense Support Program
          Defense Support To Public       Defense Support To Public
3700051
          Diplomacy                       Diplomacy

3700054   Defense Switched Network        Defense Switched Network



3700057   Defense Transportation System   Defense Transportation System



3700060   Defensive Coastal Area          Defensive Coastal Area


3700063   Defensive Counterair            Defensive Counterair




3700066   Defensive Minefield             Defensive Minefield




3700069   Defensive Sea Area              Defensive Sea Area




3700072   Defensive Zone                  Defensive Zone


3700075   Defilade                        Defilade



3700078   Definitive Care                 Definitive Care

3700081   Defoliant Operation             Defoliant Operation
3700084   Defoliating Agent               Defoliating Agent

3700087   Degaussing                      Degaussing



3700090   Degree Of Risk                  Degree Of Risk


3700105   Delay Release Sinker            Delay Release Sinker


3700096   Delayed Entry Program           Delayed Entry Program


3700099   Delaying Action                 Delaying Action
3700102   Delaying Operation        Delaying Operation




3700108   Delegation Of Authority   Delegation Of Authority



3700111   Deliberate Attack         Deliberate Attack

3700114   Deliberate Breaching      Deliberate Breaching

3700117   Deliberate Crossing       Deliberate Crossing


3700120   Deliberate Defense        Deliberate Defense

3700123   Delivering Ship           Delivering Ship

3700126   Delivery Error            Delivery Error



3700129   Delivery Forecasts        Delivery Forecasts



3700132   Delivery Requirements     Delivery Requirements

3700135   Demilitarized Zone        Demilitarized Zone


3700138   Demobilization            Demobilization




3699823   Demolition Belt           Demolition Belt



3699826   Demolition Chamber        Demolition Chamber

3699829   Demolition Firing Party   Demolition Firing Party




3699832   Demolition Guard          Demolition Guard



3699835   Demolition Kit            Demolition Kit
3699838   Demolition Target                 Demolition Target


3699841   Demolition Tool Kit               Demolition Tool Kit



3699844   Demonstration                     Demonstration



3699847   Denial Measure                    Denial Measure

3699850   Denied Area                       Denied Area

3699853   Density Altitude                  Density Altitude


3699859   Department Of Defense Civilian    Department Of Defense Civilian



          Department Of Defense             Department Of Defense
3699862
          Components                        Components



          Department Of Defense             Department Of Defense
3699865
          Construction Agent                Construction Agent




          Department Of Defense Container Department Of Defense Container
3699868
          System                          System




          Department Of Defense             Department Of Defense
3699871
          Intelligence Information System   Intelligence Information System
          Department Of Defense             Department Of Defense
3699874   Intelligence Information System   Intelligence Information System
          Enterprise                        Enterprise


          Department Of Defense             Department Of Defense
3699877
          Intelligence Production           Intelligence Production

          Department Of Defense Internal    Department Of Defense Internal
3699880
          Audit Organizations               Audit Organizations
          Department Of Defense Support     Department Of Defense Support
3699883
          To Counterdrug Operations         To Counterdrug Operations


3699886   Department Of The Air Force       Department Of The Air Force



3699889   Department Of The Army            Department Of The Army




3699892   Department Of The Navy            Department Of The Navy




3699856   Departmental Intelligence         Departmental Intelligence

3699895   Departure Airfield                Departure Airfield
3699898   Departure Area                    Departure Area
3699901   Departure End                     Departure End

3699904   Departure Point                   Departure Point




3699907   Dependents/Immediate Family       Dependents/Immediate Family




          Deployable Joint Task Force       Deployable Joint Task Force
3699910
          Augmentation Cell                 Augmentation Cell




3699913   Deployed Nuclear Weapons          Deployed Nuclear Weapons
3699916   Deployment                       Deployment




3699919   Deployment Database              Deployment Database




3699922   Deployment Diagram               Deployment Diagram




3699925   Deployment Health Surveillance   Deployment Health Surveillance




3699928   Deployment Planning              Deployment Planning




3699931   Depot                            Depot




3699934   Depth                            Depth

3699937   Depth Contour                    Depth Contour

3699940   Depth Curve                      Depth Curve
3699943   Descriptive Name               Descriptive Name



3699949   Design Basis Threat            Design Basis Threat



3699946   Designated Planning Agent      Designated Planning Agent

3699952   Desired Appreciation           Desired Appreciation

3699955   Desired Effects                Desired Effects


3699958   Desired Ground Zero            Desired Ground Zero


3699961   Desired Mean Point Of Impact   Desired Mean Point Of Impact


3699964   Desired Perception             Desired Perception


3699967   Desired Point Of Impact        Desired Point Of Impact




3699970   Destroyed                      Destroyed


3699973   Destruction                    Destruction
3699976   Destruction Fire               Destruction Fire
3699979   Destruction Fire Mission       Destruction Fire Mission

3699982   Destruction Radius             Destruction Radius


3699985   Detachment                     Detachment

3699988   Detailed Photographic Report   Detailed Photographic Report

3699991   Detained                       Detained
3699994   Detainee                       Detainee

3699997   Detainee Collecting Point      Detainee Collecting Point


3700000   Detainee Processing Station    Detainee Processing Station

3700003   Detecting Circuit              Detecting Circuit
3700006   Detection                          Detection




3700009   Deterioration Limit                Deterioration Limit

3700012   Deterrence                         Deterrence



3700015   Deterrent Options                  Deterrent Options



3700018   Detonating Cord                    Detonating Cord

3700021   Detonator                          Detonator

3700024   Developmental Assistance           Developmental Assistance



3700027   Deviation                          Deviation

3700030   Diaphragm Stop                     Diaphragm Stop
3700033   Diapositive                        Diapositive

          Died Of Wounds Received In         Died Of Wounds Received In
3700036
          Action                             Action


3700039   Differential Ballistic Wind        Differential Ballistic Wind

3700042   Diffraction Loading                Diffraction Loading

3700045   Dip                                Dip

3700693   Dip Needle Circuit                 Dip Needle Circuit




3700690   Diplomatic And/Or Consular Facility Diplomatic And/Or Consular Facility




3700048   Diplomatic Authorization           Diplomatic Authorization
3700696   Direct Action               Direct Action




3700699   Direct Action Fuze          Direct Action Fuze




3700702   Direct Air Support Center   Direct Air Support Center




          Direct Air Support Center   Direct Air Support Center
3700705
          (Airborne)                  (Airborne)


3700723   Direct Exchange             Direct Exchange

3700726   Direct Fire                 Direct Fire

3700729   Direct Illumination         Direct Illumination

3700753   Direct Laying               Direct Laying




3700756   Direct Liaison Authorized   Direct Liaison Authorized




3700762   Direct Support              Direct Support

3700765   Direct Support Artillery    Direct Support Artillery

3700768   Direct Supporting Fire      Direct Supporting Fire

3700771   Direct Vendor Delivery      Direct Vendor Delivery


3700708   Directed Energy             Directed Energy




3700711   Directed-Energy Device      Directed-Energy Device
          Directed-Energy Protective          Directed-Energy Protective
3700714
          Measures                            Measures




3700717   Directed-Energy Warfare             Directed-Energy Warfare




3700720   Directed-Energy Weapon              Directed-Energy Weapon

3700732   Directing Staff                     Directing Staff

3700735   Direction                           Direction


3700741   Direction Finding                   Direction Finding



3700744   Direction Of Attack                 Direction Of Attack


3700738   Directional Gyro Indicator          Directional Gyro Indicator

3700747   Directive                           Directive




3700750   Directive Authority For Logistics   Directive Authority For Logistics




3700759   Director Of Mobility Forces         Director Of Mobility Forces




3700774   Disabling Fire                      Disabling Fire
3700777   Disaffected Person             Disaffected Person

3700780   Disarmament                    Disarmament

3700783   Disarmed Mine                  Disarmed Mine



          Disaster Assistance Response   Disaster Assistance Response
3700786
          Team                           Team




3700789   Disaster Control               Disaster Control



3700792   Discriminating Circuit         Discriminating Circuit




3700795   Disease And Nonbattle Injury   Disease And Nonbattle Injury




          Disease And Nonbattle Injury   Disease And Nonbattle Injury
3700798
          Casualty                       Casualty

3700801   Disembarkation Schedule        Disembarkation Schedule



3700804   Disengagement                  Disengagement




3700807   Dispatch Route                 Dispatch Route


3700810   Dispenser                      Dispenser

3700813   Dispersal                      Dispersal

3700816   Dispersal Airfield             Dispersal Airfield

3700819   Dispersed Movement Pattern     Dispersed Movement Pattern

3700822   Dispersed Site                 Dispersed Site
3700825   Dispersion                      Dispersion




3700828   Dispersion Error                Dispersion Error

3700831   Dispersion Pattern              Dispersion Pattern


3700834   Displaced Person                Displaced Person

3700837   Display                         Display




3700840   Disposition                     Disposition




3700843   Dissemination And Integration   Dissemination And Integration



3700846   Distance                        Distance




3700849   Distant Retirement Area         Distant Retirement Area




3700852   Distant Support Area            Distant Support Area



3700855   Distressed Person               Distressed Person

3700858   Distributed Fire                Distributed Fire
3700861   Distribution            Distribution




3700864   Distribution Manager    Distribution Manager


3700867   Distribution Pipeline   Distribution Pipeline




3700870   Distribution Plan       Distribution Plan




3700873   Distribution Point      Distribution Point



3700876   Distribution System     Distribution System

3700879   Ditching                Ditching




3700882   Diversion               Diversion




3700885   Diversionary Attack     Diversionary Attack

3700888   Diversionary Landing    Diversionary Landing

3700891   Divert Field            Divert Field
3700894   Diving Chamber          Diving Chamber
3700897   Division                Division




3700900   Division Artillery      Division Artillery




3700903   Doctrinal Template      Doctrinal Template




3700906   Doctrine                Doctrine

3700909   Dolly                   Dolly
3700912   Dome                    Dome
3700915   Domestic Air Traffic    Domestic Air Traffic




3700918   Domestic Emergencies    Domestic Emergencies




3700921   Domestic Intelligence   Domestic Intelligence




3700924   Dominant User           Dominant User




3700927   Dominant User Concept   Dominant User Concept
3700930   Doppler Effect           Doppler Effect


3700933   Doppler Radar            Doppler Radar

3700936   Dormant                  Dormant

3700939   Dose Rate Contour Line   Dose Rate Contour Line

3700942   Dosimetry                Dosimetry

3700945   Double Agent             Double Agent

3700948   Double Flow Route        Double Flow Route

3700957   Down Lock                Down Lock

3700951   Downgrade                Downgrade

3700954   Downloading              Downloading

3700447   Draft                    Draft




3700450   Draft Plan               Draft Plan



3700453   Drag                     Drag

3700456   Drag Loading             Drag Loading


3700459   Drift                    Drift

3700462   Drift Angle              Drift Angle

3700465   Drill Mine               Drill Mine

3700468   Drone                    Drone

3700471   Droop Stop               Droop Stop
3700474   Drop Altitude            Drop Altitude
3700477   Drop Height              Drop Height
3700483   Drop Message             Drop Message
3700486   Drop Zone                Drop Zone
3700480   Dropmaster                     Dropmaster




3700489   Drug Interdiction              Drug Interdiction




3700492   Dry Deck Shelter               Dry Deck Shelter




3700519   Dual (Multi)-Capable Weapons   Dual (Multi)-Capable Weapons


3700522   Dual (Multi)-Purpose Weapons   Dual (Multi)-Purpose Weapons

3700504   Dual Agent                     Dual Agent

3700513   Dual Capable Unit              Dual Capable Unit

3700507   Dual-Capable Aircraft          Dual-Capable Aircraft

3700510   Dual-Capable Forces            Dual-Capable Forces

3700516   Dual-Firing Circuit            Dual-Firing Circuit

3700525   Dual-Purpose Weapon            Dual-Purpose Weapon


3700528   Dual-Role Tanker               Dual-Role Tanker



3700531   Dud                            Dud

3700534   Dud Probability                Dud Probability

3700537   Due In                         Due In

3700540   Dummy                          Dummy

3700543   Dummy Message                  Dummy Message

3700546   Dummy Minefield                Dummy Minefield

3700549   Dummy Run                      Dummy Run

3700552   Dump                           Dump
3700555   Duplicate Negative             Duplicate Negative
3700558   Durable Materiel               Durable Materiel
3700561   Duty Status                        Duty Status




3700564   Dwarf Dud                          Dwarf Dud



3700567   Dwell Time                         Dwell Time




3700570   Dynamic Targeting                  Dynamic Targeting




3700573   Earliest Anticipated Launch Time   Earliest Anticipated Launch Time




3700576   Earliest Arrival Date              Earliest Arrival Date


3700579   Early Spring                       Early Spring
3700582   Early Time                         Early Time

3700585   Early Warning                      Early Warning

3700588   Earmarking Of Stocks               Earmarking Of Stocks


3700591   Earthing                           Earthing




3700594   Echelon                            Echelon




3700597   Economic Action                    Economic Action


3700600   Economic Order Quantity            Economic Order Quantity
3700603   Economic Potential              Economic Potential
3700606   Economic Potential For War      Economic Potential For War


3700609   Economic Retention Stock        Economic Retention Stock


3700612   Economic Warfare                Economic Warfare

3700615   Effect                          Effect


3700618   Effective Damage                Effective Damage

3700621   Effective Us Controlled Ships   Effective Us Controlled Ships

3700624   Ejection                        Ejection




3700627   Ejection Systems                Ejection Systems




3700633   Electro-Explosive Device        Electro-Explosive Device


3701365   Electro-Optical Intelligence    Electro-Optical Intelligence


3701368   Electro-Optics                  Electro-Optics

3700630   Electrode Sweep                 Electrode Sweep




3700636   Electromagnetic Compatibility   Electromagnetic Compatibility




3700639   Electromagnetic Deception       Electromagnetic Deception
3700642   Electromagnetic Environment       Electromagnetic Environment




          Electromagnetic Environmental     Electromagnetic Environmental
3700645
          Effects                           Effects




3700648   Electromagnetic Hardening         Electromagnetic Hardening




3700651   Electromagnetic Interference      Electromagnetic Interference



3700654   Electromagnetic Intrusion         Electromagnetic Intrusion



3700657   Electromagnetic Jamming           Electromagnetic Jamming




3700660   Electromagnetic Pulse             Electromagnetic Pulse


3700663   Electromagnetic Radiation         Electromagnetic Radiation




3700666   Electromagnetic Radiation Hazards Electromagnetic Radiation Hazards




3700669   Electromagnetic Spectrum          Electromagnetic Spectrum


          Electromagnetic Spectrum          Electromagnetic Spectrum
3700672
          Management                        Management



3700675   Electromagnetic Vulnerability     Electromagnetic Vulnerability
3700678   Electronic Attack                  Electronic Attack




3700681   Electronic Imagery Dissemination   Electronic Imagery Dissemination




3700684   Electronic Intelligence            Electronic Intelligence



3700687   Electronic Line Of Sight           Electronic Line Of Sight


3701338   Electronic Masking                 Electronic Masking


3701341   Electronic Probing                 Electronic Probing



3701344   Electronic Protection              Electronic Protection



3701347   Electronic Reconnaissance          Electronic Reconnaissance



3701353   Electronic Warfare                 Electronic Warfare


          Electronic Warfare Frequency       Electronic Warfare Frequency
3701356
          Deconfliction                      Deconfliction
3701359   Electronic Warfare Reprogramming Electronic Warfare Reprogramming




3701362   Electronic Warfare Support      Electronic Warfare Support




3701350   Electronics Security            Electronics Security



3701371   Element                         Element

3701374   Element Set                     Element Set

3701377   Elevated Causeway System        Elevated Causeway System

3701380   Elevation                       Elevation

3701383   Elevation Tint                  Elevation Tint

3701386   Elicitation (Intelligence)      Elicitation (Intelligence)




3701389   Eligible Traffic                Eligible Traffic



3701392   Embarkation                     Embarkation

3701395   Embarkation And Tonnage Table   Embarkation And Tonnage Table
3701398   Embarkation Area              Embarkation Area




          Embarkation Element (Unit)    Embarkation Element (Unit)
3701401
          (Group)                       (Group)



3701404   Embarkation Officer           Embarkation Officer

3701407   Embarkation Order             Embarkation Order


3701410   Embarkation Organization      Embarkation Organization



3701413   Embarkation Phase             Embarkation Phase




3701416   Embarkation Plans             Embarkation Plans




3701419   Embarkation Team              Embarkation Team




3701422   Emergency Action Committee    Emergency Action Committee



3701425   Emergency Anchorage           Emergency Anchorage

3701428   Emergency Barrier             Emergency Barrier

3701434   Emergency Interment           Emergency Interment


3701437   Emergency Locator Beacon      Emergency Locator Beacon




3701440   Emergency Operations Center   Emergency Operations Center
3701443   Emergency Preparedness         Emergency Preparedness




3701446   Emergency Priority             Emergency Priority




3701449   Emergency Relocation Site      Emergency Relocation Site




3701452   Emergency Repair               Emergency Repair




3701455   Emergency Resupply             Emergency Resupply


3701458   Emergency Risk (Nuclear)       Emergency Risk (Nuclear)

3701461   Emergency Substitute           Emergency Substitute




3701464   Emergency Support Functions    Emergency Support Functions




3701431   Emergency-Essential Employee   Emergency-Essential Employee




3701467   Emission Control               Emission Control



3701470   Emission Control Orders        Emission Control Orders
3701473   Emission Security                  Emission Security




3701476   Emplacement                        Emplacement

3701479   Employment                         Employment

3701533   En Route Care                      En Route Care


3701482   Enabling Force                     Enabling Force

3701485   Enabling Mine Countermeasures      Enabling Mine Countermeasures

3701488   Encipher                           Encipher

3701491   End Evening Civil Twilight         End Evening Civil Twilight


3701494   End Item                           End Item


3701497   End Of Evening Nautical Twilight   End Of Evening Nautical Twilight


3701500   End Of Mission                     End Of Mission

3701503   End State                          End State

3701506   Endurance                          Endurance

3701509   Endurance Distance                 Endurance Distance

3701512   Endurance Loading                  Endurance Loading




3701515   Enemy Capabilities                 Enemy Capabilities




3701518   Enemy Combatant                    Enemy Combatant
3701521   Engage                              Engage


3701524   Engagement                          Engagement



3701527   Engineer Support Plan               Engineer Support Plan



3701530   Enlisted Terminal Attack Controller Enlisted Terminal Attack Controller


3701536   Envelopment                         Envelopment




3701539   Environmental Baseline Survey       Environmental Baseline Survey




3701542   Environmental Cleanup               Environmental Cleanup




3700960   Environmental Considerations        Environmental Considerations




3700963   Environmental Services              Environmental Services




3700966   Environmental Stewardship           Environmental Stewardship

3700969   Equipment                           Equipment


3700972   Equipment Operationally Ready       Equipment Operationally Ready

3700975   Escalation                          Escalation
3700981   Escape Line                         Escape Line

3700978   Escapee                             Escapee




3700984   Escort                              Escort



3700987   Escort Forces                       Escort Forces


3700990   Espionage                           Espionage



          Espionage Against The United        Espionage Against The United
3700993
          States                              States



3700996   Essential Care                      Essential Care




3700999   Essential Chemicals                 Essential Chemicals


3701002   Essential Communications Traffic    Essential Communications Traffic


          Essential Elements Of Friendly      Essential Elements Of Friendly
3701005
          Information                         Information


3701008   Essential Elements Of Information   Essential Elements Of Information




3701011   Essential Industry                  Essential Industry


3701014   Essential Secrecy                   Essential Secrecy

3701017   Essential Task                      Essential Task


3701020   Establishment                       Establishment
3701023   Estimate                       Estimate




3701026   Estimative Intelligence        Estimative Intelligence




3701029   Evacuation                     Evacuation




3701272   Evacuation Control Ship        Evacuation Control Ship



3701275   Evacuation Convoy              Evacuation Convoy

          Evacuation Of Dangerously      Evacuation Of Dangerously
3701278
          Exposed Waters                 Exposed Waters

3701281   Evacuation Of Port Equipment   Evacuation Of Port Equipment

3701284   Evacuee                        Evacuee

3701287   Evader                         Evader

3701290   Evaluation                     Evaluation


3701293   Evaluation And Feedback        Evaluation And Feedback


3701296   Evasion                        Evasion
3701299   Evasion Aid                    Evasion Aid



3701302   Evasion And Escape             Evasion And Escape

3701305   Evasion Chart                  Evasion Chart



3701308   Evasion Plan Of Action         Evasion Plan Of Action




3701311   Event Matrix                   Event Matrix




3701314   Event Template                 Event Template

3701317   Exaggerated Stereoscopy        Exaggerated Stereoscopy

3701320   Exceptional Transport          Exceptional Transport


3701323   Excess Property                Excess Property


3701329   Exclusion Zone                 Exclusion Zone




3701326   Exclusive Economic Zone        Exclusive Economic Zone




3701332   Execute Order                  Execute Order


          Executing Commander (Nuclear   Executing Commander (Nuclear
3701335
          Weapons)                       Weapons)
3701032   Execution Planning         Execution Planning




3701035   Exercise                   Exercise



3701038   Exercise Directing Staff   Exercise Directing Staff

3701041   Exercise Filled Mine       Exercise Filled Mine


3701044   Exercise Incident          Exercise Incident



3701047   Exercise Mine              Exercise Mine



3701050   Exercise Specifications    Exercise Specifications


3701053   Exercise Sponsor           Exercise Sponsor

3701056   Exercise Study             Exercise Study


3701059   Exercise Term              Exercise Term


3701062   Exfiltration               Exfiltration


3701065   Existence Load             Existence Load

3701068   Exoatmosphere              Exoatmosphere
3701071   Expedition                       Expedition



3701074   Expellee                         Expellee


3701077   Expendable Property              Expendable Property


3701080   Expendable Supplies And Materiel Expendable Supplies And Materiel


3701083   Exploder                         Exploder




3701086   Exploitation                     Exploitation




3701089   Explosive Filled Mine            Explosive Filled Mine



3701092   Explosive Hazard                 Explosive Hazard




3701095   Explosive Ordnance               Explosive Ordnance




3701098   Explosive Ordnance Disposal      Explosive Ordnance Disposal



          Explosive Ordnance Disposal      Explosive Ordnance Disposal
3701101
          Incident                         Incident
          Explosive Ordnance Disposal    Explosive Ordnance Disposal
3701104
          Procedures                     Procedures




3701107   Explosive Train                Explosive Train

3701110   Exposure Dose                  Exposure Dose

3701113   Exposure Station               Exposure Station




3701116   Extended Communications Search Extended Communications Search




3701119   Extent Of Damage               Extent Of Damage



3701122   External Audience              External Audience


3701125   External Reinforcing Force     External Reinforcing Force

3701128   External Support Contractors   External Support Contractors

3701131   Extraction Parachute           Extraction Parachute



3701134   Extraction Zone                Extraction Zone


3701212   F-Hour                         F-Hour

3701137   Facility                       Facility

3701140   Facility Substitutes           Facility Substitutes
3701143   Fairway                        Fairway

3701146   Fallout                        Fallout

3701149   Fallout Contours               Fallout Contours

3701152   Fallout Pattern                Fallout Pattern

3701155   Fallout Prediction             Fallout Prediction

3701158   Fallout Safe Height Of Burst   Fallout Safe Height Of Burst

3701161   Fallout Wind Vector Plot       Fallout Wind Vector Plot

3701164   False Origin                   False Origin


3701167   Fan Camera Photography         Fan Camera Photography


3701170   Fan Cameras                    Fan Cameras

3701173   Fan Marker Beacon              Fan Marker Beacon



3701176   Farm Gate Type Operations      Farm Gate Type Operations




3701179   Feasibility                    Feasibility


3701182   Feasibility Assessment         Feasibility Assessment

3701185   Feasibility Test               Feasibility Test



3701188   Federal Coordinating Officer   Federal Coordinating Officer


3701191   Federal Modal Agencies         Federal Modal Agencies


3701194   Federal Service                Federal Service
3701197   Federal Supply Class Management Federal Supply Class Management

3701200   Federal Transport Agencies      Federal Transport Agencies

3701203   Feint                           Feint


3701206   Fender                          Fender

3701209   Ferret                          Ferret


3701215   Field Army                      Field Army




3701218   Field Artillery                 Field Artillery



3701221   Field Artillery Observer        Field Artillery Observer


3701224   Field Exercise                  Field Exercise


3701227   Field Fortifications            Field Fortifications

3701230   Field Headquarters              Field Headquarters
3701233   Field Of Fire                   Field Of Fire

3701236   Field Of View                   Field Of View

3701239   Field Of Vision                 Field Of Vision

3701242   Field Press Censorship          Field Press Censorship


3701245   Field Training Exercise         Field Training Exercise

3701248   Fighter Cover                   Fighter Cover

3701251   Fighter Engagement Zone         Fighter Engagement Zone

3701254   Fighter Escort                  Fighter Escort


3701257   Fighter Sweep                   Fighter Sweep
3701260   Fighting Load                   Fighting Load


3701263   Filler                          Filler

3701266   Filler Personnel                Filler Personnel

3701269   Film Badge                      Film Badge




3701749   Filter                          Filter




3701752   Final Bearing                   Final Bearing


3701755   Final Destination               Final Destination

3701758   Final Disposal Procedures       Final Disposal Procedures

3701761   Final Governing Standards       Final Governing Standards

3701764   Final Plan                      Final Plan

3701767   Final Protective Fire           Final Protective Fire


3701770   Finance Operations              Finance Operations


3701773   Financial Management            Financial Management

3701776   Financial Property Accounting   Financial Property Accounting




3701779   Fire                            Fire




3701785   Fire Barrage (Specify)          Fire Barrage (Specify)
3701788   Fire Capabilities Chart            Fire Capabilities Chart

3701791   Fire Control                       Fire Control
3701794   Fire Control Radar                 Fire Control Radar

3701797   Fire Control System                Fire Control System

3701800   Fire Coordination                  Fire Coordination



3701803   Fire Direction Center              Fire Direction Center




3701806   Fire For Effect                    Fire For Effect

3701809   Fire Message                       Fire Message

3701812   Fire Mission                       Fire Mission

3701815   Fire Plan                          Fire Plan

3701821   Fire Storm                         Fire Storm


3701824   Fire Support                       Fire Support



3701827   Fire Support Area                  Fire Support Area


3701830   Fire Support Coordination          Fire Support Coordination


3701833   Fire Support Coordination Center   Fire Support Coordination Center




3701836   Fire Support Coordination Line     Fire Support Coordination Line
3701839   Fire Support Element     Fire Support Element




3701842   Fire Support Group       Fire Support Group


3701845   Fire Support Officer     Fire Support Officer




3701848   Fire Support Station     Fire Support Station




3701782   Fireball                 Fireball

3701818   Firepower                Firepower


3701851   Firing Area              Firing Area


3701854   Firing Chart             Firing Chart


3701857   Firing Circuit           Firing Circuit

3701860   Firing Mechanism         Firing Mechanism

3701863   Firing Point             Firing Point

3701866   Firing System            Firing System

3701869   First Light              First Light


3701872   First Responder Care     First Responder Care




3701875   First Responders         First Responders


3701878   First Strike             First Strike
3701881   Fission Products         Fission Products
3701884   Fission To Yield Ratio   Fission To Yield Ratio

3701887   Fitted Mine              Fitted Mine
3701890   Fix                                Fix
3701893   Fixed Ammunition                   Fixed Ammunition

3701896   Fixed Capital Property             Fixed Capital Property


3701899   Fixed Medical Treatment Facility   Fixed Medical Treatment Facility

3701902   Fixed Port                         Fixed Port


3701905   Fixed Price Incentive Contract     Fixed Price Incentive Contract



3701908   Fixed Price Type Contract          Fixed Price Type Contract



3701911   Fixed Station Patrol               Fixed Station Patrol

3701914   Fixer System                       Fixer System

3701917   Flag Days (Red Or Green)           Flag Days (Red Or Green)


3701920   Flag Officer                       Flag Officer

3701923   Flame Field Expedients             Flame Field Expedients
3701926   Flame Thrower                      Flame Thrower
3701929   Flammable Cargo                    Flammable Cargo

3701932   Flank Guard                        Flank Guard

3701935   Flanking Attack                    Flanking Attack
3701938   Flare                              Flare

3701941   Flare Dud                          Flare Dud


3701944   Flash Blindness                    Flash Blindness

3701947   Flash Burn                         Flash Burn

3701950   Flash Message                      Flash Message

3701953   Flash Ranging                      Flash Ranging
3701956   Flash Report                       Flash Report

3701959   Flash Suppressor                   Flash Suppressor

3701962   Flash-To-Bang Time                 Flash-To-Bang Time
3701965   Flatrack                            Flatrack




3701968   Flatted Cargo                       Flatted Cargo




3701971   Fleet                               Fleet


3701974   Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine   Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine


3701977   Fleet In Being                      Fleet In Being



3701980   Fleet Marine Force                  Fleet Marine Force




3701983   Flexible Deterrent Option           Flexible Deterrent Option




3701986   Flexible Response                   Flexible Response


3701989   Flight                              Flight


3701992   Flight Advisory                     Flight Advisory

3701995   Flight Deck                         Flight Deck

3701998   Flight Following                    Flight Following

3702001   Flight Information Center           Flight Information Center

3702004   Flight Information Region           Flight Information Region

3702007   Flight Information Service          Flight Information Service



3702010   Flight Levels                       Flight Levels
3702013   Flight Path               Flight Path

3702016   Flight Plan               Flight Plan

3702019   Flight Plan Correlation   Flight Plan Correlation
3702022   Flight Profile            Flight Profile

3702025   Flight Quarters           Flight Quarters


3702028   Flight Readiness Firing   Flight Readiness Firing


3702031   Flight Surgeon            Flight Surgeon

3702034   Flight Test               Flight Test


3702037   Flight Visibility         Flight Visibility


3702040   Floating Base Support     Floating Base Support

3702043   Floating Craft Company    Floating Craft Company


3702046   Floating Dump             Floating Dump

3702049   Floating Mine             Floating Mine

3702052   Floating Reserve          Floating Reserve

3702055   Flooder                   Flooder

3702058   Flotation                 Flotation

3702061   Fly-In Echelon            Fly-In Echelon

3702064   Foam Path                 Foam Path

3702067   Follow-Up                 Follow-Up

3702070   Follow-Up Echelon         Follow-Up Echelon

3702073   Follow-Up Shipping        Follow-Up Shipping


3702076   Follow-Up Supplies        Follow-Up Supplies
3702079   Footprint                    Footprint


3702082   Force                        Force


3702085   Force Activity Designators   Force Activity Designators



3702088   Force Beddown                Force Beddown



3702091   Force Closure                Force Closure


3702094   Force Enablement             Force Enablement




3702097   Force Extension              Force Extension




3702100   Force Health Protection      Force Health Protection


3702103   Force List                   Force List




3702106   Force Module                 Force Module




3702109   Force Module Package         Force Module Package




3702112   Force Multiplier             Force Multiplier
3701545   Force Planning                   Force Planning




3701548   Force Projection                 Force Projection



3701551   Force Protection                 Force Protection




3701554   Force Protection Condition       Force Protection Condition




3701557   Force Protection Working Group   Force Protection Working Group

3701560   Force Rendezvous                 Force Rendezvous

3701563   Force Requirement Number         Force Requirement Number

3701569   Force Sequencing                 Force Sequencing

3701572   Force Shortfall                  Force Shortfall

3701578   Force Sourcing                   Force Sourcing

3701581   Force Structure                  Force Structure

3701584   Force Tabs                       Force Tabs


3701587   Force Tracking                   Force Tracking
3701590   Force Visibility                  Force Visibility


3701566   Force(S)                          Force(S)

3701575   Forces In Being                   Forces In Being

3701593   Forcible Entry                    Forcible Entry
3701596   Fordability                       Fordability


3701599   Foreign Assistance                Foreign Assistance



          Foreign Consequence               Foreign Consequence
3701602
          Management                        Management




3701605   Foreign Disaster                  Foreign Disaster




3701608   Foreign Disaster Relief           Foreign Disaster Relief




3701611   Foreign Humanitarian Assistance   Foreign Humanitarian Assistance




          Foreign Instrumentation Signals   Foreign Instrumentation Signals
3701614
          Intelligence                      Intelligence




3701617   Foreign Intelligence              Foreign Intelligence



3701620   Foreign Internal Defense          Foreign Internal Defense
3701623   Foreign Military Sales            Foreign Military Sales



3701626   Foreign Military Sales Trainees   Foreign Military Sales Trainees




3701632   Foreign Nation Support            Foreign Nation Support




3701629   Foreign National                  Foreign National


3701635   Foreign Object Damage             Foreign Object Damage




3701638   Foreign Service National          Foreign Service National



3701641   Foreshore                         Foreshore


3701650   Form Lines                        Form Lines




3701644   Format                            Format




3701647   Formerly Restricted Data          Formerly Restricted Data




3701653   Forward Aeromedical Evacuation    Forward Aeromedical Evacuation
3701656   Forward Air Controller              Forward Air Controller



3701659   Forward Air Controller (Airborne)   Forward Air Controller (Airborne)

3701662   Forward Area                        Forward Area




          Forward Arming And Refueling        Forward Arming And Refueling
3701665
          Point                               Point




3701668   Forward Edge Of The Battle Area     Forward Edge Of The Battle Area




3701671   Forward Line Of Own Troops          Forward Line Of Own Troops



3701674   Forward Logistic Site               Forward Logistic Site
3701680   Forward Oblique Air Photograph      Forward Oblique Air Photograph

3701683   Forward Observer                    Forward Observer



3701686   Forward Operating Base              Forward Operating Base


3701689   Forward Operating Location          Forward Operating Location




3701692   Forward Operating Site              Forward Operating Site
3701695   Forward Operations Base            Forward Operations Base




3701698   Forward Recovery Mission Profile   Forward Recovery Mission Profile




3701701   Forward Resuscitative Care         Forward Resuscitative Care



3701704   Forward Slope                      Forward Slope
3701707   Forward Tell                       Forward Tell

3701677   Forward-Looking Infrared           Forward-Looking Infrared


3701710   Foundation Data                    Foundation Data




3701713   Four-Round Illumination Diamond    Four-Round Illumination Diamond




3701716   Fpcon Alpha                        Fpcon Alpha
3701719   Fpcon Bravo                        Fpcon Bravo
3701722   Fpcon Charlie                      Fpcon Charlie
3701725   Fpcon Delta                        Fpcon Delta

3701728   Fragmentary Order                  Fragmentary Order

3701731   Frame                              Frame

3701734   Free Air Anomaly                   Free Air Anomaly


3701737   Free Air Overpressure              Free Air Overpressure

3701743   Free Drop                          Free Drop


3701746   Free Fall                          Free Fall
3702559   Free Field Overpressure          Free Field Overpressure

3702565   Free Form Message Text           Free Form Message Text

3702568   Free Issue                       Free Issue


3702571   Free Mail                        Free Mail

3702574   Free Mine                        Free Mine

3702577   Free Play Exercise               Free Play Exercise

3702580   Free Rocket                      Free Rocket

3702562   Free-Fire Area                   Free-Fire Area

3701740   Freedom Of Navigation Operations Freedom Of Navigation Operations


3702583   Freight Consolidating Activity   Freight Consolidating Activity



3702586   Freight Distributing Activity    Freight Distributing Activity




3702589   Frequency Deconfliction          Frequency Deconfliction




3702592   Frequency Management             Frequency Management

3702595   Friendly                         Friendly

3702598   Friendly Fire                    Friendly Fire


          Friendly Force Information       Friendly Force Information
3702601
          Requirement                      Requirement


3702604   Front                            Front



3702607   Frontal Attack                   Frontal Attack


3702610   Frustrated Cargo                 Frustrated Cargo
3702613   Full Charge                    Full Charge

3702616   Full Mission-Capable           Full Mission-Capable

3702619   Full Mobilization              Full Mobilization

3702622   Full-Spectrum Superiority      Full-Spectrum Superiority




3702625   Functional Component Command   Functional Component Command




3702628   Functional Damage Assessment   Functional Damage Assessment



3702631   Functional Kill                Functional Kill

3702634   Functions                      Functions


3702637   Fusion                         Fusion

3702640   Fuze Cavity                    Fuze Cavity


3702643   Gadget                         Gadget



3702646   Gap                            Gap

3702652   Gap (Imagery)                  Gap (Imagery)

3702649   Gap Filler Radar               Gap Filler Radar

3702655   Gap Marker                     Gap Marker

3702658   Garble                         Garble

3702661   Garnishing                     Garnishing

3702664   Garrison Force                 Garrison Force

3702667   Gear                           Gear
3702670   General Agency Agreement        General Agency Agreement

3702673   General Air Cargo               General Air Cargo
          General And Complete            General And Complete
3702676
          Disarmament                     Disarmament

3702679   General Cargo                   General Cargo



3702682   General Engineering             General Engineering


3702685   General Map                     General Map




3702688   General Military Intelligence   General Military Intelligence




3702691   General Orders                  General Orders




3702694   General Purchasing Agents       General Purchasing Agents



3702697   General Quarters                General Quarters
3702700   General Staff                 General Staff




3702703   General Stopping Power        General Stopping Power


3702706   General Support               General Support




3702709   General Support Artillery     General Support Artillery



3702712   General Support-Reinforcing   General Support-Reinforcing




3702715   General Unloading Period      General Unloading Period




3702718   General War                   General War



3702721   Generation (Photography)      Generation (Photography)



3702724   Geographic Coordinates        Geographic Coordinates

3702727   Geographic Reference Points   Geographic Reference Points



3702730   Georef                        Georef
3702733   Geospatial Engineering             Geospatial Engineering




3702736   Geospatial Information             Geospatial Information




          Geospatial Information And         Geospatial Information And
3702739
          Services                           Services




3702742   Geospatial Intelligence            Geospatial Intelligence



          Geospatial-Intelligence            Geospatial-Intelligence
3702745
          Contingency Package                Contingency Package


3702748   Glide Bomb                         Glide Bomb

3702751   Glide Mode                         Glide Mode


          Global Air Transportation Execution Global Air Transportation Execution
3702754
          System                              System



3702757   Global Combat Support System       Global Combat Support System


          Global Command And Control         Global Command And Control
3702760
          System                             System



3702763   Global Decision Support System     Global Decision Support System




3702766   Global Distribution                Global Distribution
3702769   Global Distribution Of Materiel     Global Distribution Of Materiel




3702772   Global Information Grid             Global Information Grid




3702775   Global Information Infrastructure   Global Information Infrastructure




3702115   Global Network Operations Center Global Network Operations Center




          Global Patient Movement             Global Patient Movement
3702118
          Requirements Center                 Requirements Center




3702121   Global Positioning System           Global Positioning System




3702124   Global Transportation Management Global Transportation Management
3702127   Global Transportation Network     Global Transportation Network




3702130   Go No-Go                          Go No-Go


3702133   Governing Factors                 Governing Factors


          Government-Owned, Contract-       Government-Owned, Contract-
3702136
          Operated Ships                    Operated Ships



          Government-Owned, Military Sealift Government-Owned, Military Sealift
3702139
          Command-Operated Ships             Command-Operated Ships


3702142   Gradient                          Gradient

3702145   Gradient Circuit                  Gradient Circuit

3702148   Grand Strategy                    Grand Strategy

3702151   Graphic                           Graphic

3702154   Graphic Scale                     Graphic Scale

3702157   Grapnel                           Grapnel

3702160   Graticule                         Graticule

3702163   Graticule Ticks                   Graticule Ticks

3702166   Graves Registration Program       Graves Registration Program


3702169   Gravity Extraction                Gravity Extraction
3702172   Grazing Fire                      Grazing Fire

3702175   Greenwich Mean Time               Greenwich Mean Time
3702178   Grey Propaganda                   Grey Propaganda



3702181   Grid                              Grid



3702184   Grid Bearing                      Grid Bearing

3702187   Grid Convergence                  Grid Convergence


3702463   Grid Convergence Factor           Grid Convergence Factor




3702469   Grid Coordinate System            Grid Coordinate System



3702466   Grid Coordinates                  Grid Coordinates

3702472   Grid Interval                     Grid Interval

3702475   Grid Magnetic Angle               Grid Magnetic Angle

3702478   Grid Navigation                   Grid Navigation
3702481   Grid North                        Grid North

3702484   Grid Ticks                        Grid Ticks

3702487   Grid Variation                    Grid Variation
3702490   Grivation                         Grivation

3702496   Gross Weight                      Gross Weight




3702493   Grossly Transportation Feasible   Grossly Transportation Feasible




3702499   Ground Alert                      Ground Alert
3702502   Ground Combat Element            Ground Combat Element




3702505   Ground Control                   Ground Control

3702514   Ground Fire                      Ground Fire

3702517   Ground Liaison Officer           Ground Liaison Officer

3702520   Ground Mine                      Ground Mine

3702523   Ground Observer Center           Ground Observer Center

3702526   Ground Return                    Ground Return
3702529   Ground Speed                     Ground Speed
3702532   Ground Visibility                Ground Visibility

3702535   Ground Zero                      Ground Zero


          Ground-Controlled Approach       Ground-Controlled Approach
3702508
          Procedure                        Procedure


3702511   Ground-Controlled Interception   Ground-Controlled Interception




3702538   Group                            Group




3702541   Group Of Targets                 Group Of Targets

3702544   Group Rendezvous                 Group Rendezvous




3702547   Guard                            Guard
3702550   Guarded Frequencies          Guarded Frequencies



3702553   Guerrilla                    Guerrilla

3702556   Guerrilla Force              Guerrilla Force

3702190   Guerrilla Warfare            Guerrilla Warfare

3702193   Guidance Station Equipment   Guidance Station Equipment

3702199   Guide Specification          Guide Specification

3702196   Guided Missile               Guided Missile

3702202   Guinea-Pig                   Guinea-Pig

3702205   Gull                         Gull

3702208   Gun                          Gun

3702211   Gun Carriage                 Gun Carriage

3702214   Gun-Target Line              Gun-Target Line

3702217   Gun-Type Weapon              Gun-Type Weapon


3702220   Gyromagnetic Compass         Gyromagnetic Compass

3702412   H-Hour                       H-Hour

3702229   Half Thickness               Half Thickness




3702223   Half-Life                    Half-Life




3702226   Half-Residence Time          Half-Residence Time


3702232   Handling (Ordnance)          Handling (Ordnance)
3702235   Handover                     Handover




3702241   Handover Line                Handover Line

3702238   Handover/Crossover           Handover/Crossover

3702244   Hang Fire                    Hang Fire

3702247   Harassing Fire               Harassing Fire

3702250   Harassment                   Harassment



3702253   Harbor                       Harbor




3702256   Harbor Defense               Harbor Defense



3702259   Hard Beach                   Hard Beach

3702265   Hard Missile Base            Hard Missile Base

3702262   Hardened Site                Hardened Site


3702268   Hardstand                    Hardstand




3702271   Hardware                     Hardware




3702274   Harmonization                Harmonization

3702277   Hasty Attack                 Hasty Attack

3702280   Hasty Breaching              Hasty Breaching

          Hasty Breaching (Land Mine   Hasty Breaching (Land Mine
3702283
          Warfare)                     Warfare)
3702286   Hasty Crossing                    Hasty Crossing



3702289   Hasty Defense                     Hasty Defense


3702292   Hatch                             Hatch

3702295   Hatch List                        Hatch List

3702298   Havens (Moving)                   Havens (Moving)

3702301   Hazard                            Hazard


          Hazards Of Electromagnetic        Hazards Of Electromagnetic
3702304
          Radiation To Ordnance             Radiation To Ordnance




3702316   Head-Up Display                   Head-Up Display




3702307   Heading Hold Mode                 Heading Hold Mode

3702310   Heading Indicator                 Heading Indicator

3702313   Heading Select Feature            Heading Select Feature

3702319   Health Hazard Assessment          Health Hazard Assessment




3702322   Health Service Logistic Support   Health Service Logistic Support




3702325   Health Service Support            Health Service Support
3702328   Health Surveillance           Health Surveillance




3702331   Health Threat                 Health Threat


3702334   Heavy Antitank Weapon         Heavy Antitank Weapon
3702337   Heavy Artillery               Heavy Artillery
3702340   Heavy Drop                    Heavy Drop

3702343   Heavy-Lift Cargo              Heavy-Lift Cargo

3702346   Heavy-Lift Ship               Heavy-Lift Ship

3702349   Height Delay                  Height Delay
3702352   Height Hole                   Height Hole

3702355   Height Of Burst               Height Of Burst

3702358   Helicopter Assault Force      Helicopter Assault Force


3702361   Helicopter Control Station    Helicopter Control Station


3702364   Helicopter Direction Center   Helicopter Direction Center

3702367   Helicopter Drop Point         Helicopter Drop Point

3702370   Helicopter Landing Site       Helicopter Landing Site

3702373   Helicopter Landing Zone       Helicopter Landing Zone

3702376   Helicopter Lane               Helicopter Lane

3702379   Helicopter Retirement Route   Helicopter Retirement Route


3702382   Helicopter Support Team       Helicopter Support Team


3702385   Helicopter Transport Area     Helicopter Transport Area

3702388   Helicopter Wave               Helicopter Wave
3702391   Helipad                       Helipad

3702394   Heliport                      Heliport
3702397   Herbicide                     Herbicide




3702400   Hero Safe Ordnance            Hero Safe Ordnance




3702403   Hero Susceptible Ordnance     Hero Susceptible Ordnance




3702406   Hero Unsafe Ordnance          Hero Unsafe Ordnance




3702409   Hertz-Horn                    Hertz-Horn
3703036   Hi-Value Asset Control Item   Hi-Value Asset Control Item

3702415   High Airburst                 High Airburst

3702418   High Altitude Bombing         High Altitude Bombing

3702421   High Altitude Burst           High Altitude Burst

3702430   High Angle                    High Angle

3702433   High Angle Fire               High Angle Fire

3702439   High Explosive Cargo          High Explosive Cargo
3702442   High Oblique                  High Oblique
          High Value Airborne Asset          High Value Airborne Asset
3702454
          Protection                         Protection




3702457   High Value Asset Control Items     High Value Asset Control Items


3703021   High Velocity Drop                 High Velocity Drop

          High-Altitude Low-Opening          High-Altitude Low-Opening
3702424
          Parachute Technique                Parachute Technique
          High-Altitude Missile Engagement   High-Altitude Missile Engagement
3702427
          Zone                               Zone



          High-Density Airspace Control      High-Density Airspace Control
3702436
          Zone                               Zone




3702445   High-Payoff Target                 High-Payoff Target



3702448   High-Payoff Target List            High-Payoff Target List

3702451   High-Risk Personnel                High-Risk Personnel


3702460   High-Value Target                  High-Value Target




3703024   High-Water Mark                    High-Water Mark



3703027   Hill Shading                       Hill Shading

3703030   Hinterland, Far                    Hinterland, Far

3703033   Hinterland, Near                   Hinterland, Near

3703039   Hoist                              Hoist
3703042   Hold                            Hold




3703045   Holding Anchorage               Holding Anchorage




3703048   Holding Attack                  Holding Attack


3703051   Holding Point                   Holding Point

3703054   Holding Position                Holding Position

3703057   Hollow Charge                   Hollow Charge

3703069   Home Recovery Mission Profile   Home Recovery Mission Profile

3703072   Home Station                    Home Station

3703060   Homeland                        Homeland


3703063   Homeland Defense                Homeland Defense



3703066   Homeland Security               Homeland Security


3703075   Homing                          Homing


3703078   Homing Guidance                 Homing Guidance


3703081   Homing Mine                     Homing Mine



3703084   Horizon                         Horizon



3703087   Horizontal Action Mine          Horizontal Action Mine
3703090   Horizontal Error                 Horizontal Error


3703093   Horizontal Loading               Horizontal Loading

3703096   Horizontal Situation Display     Horizontal Situation Display


3703099   Horizontal Situation Indicator   Horizontal Situation Indicator

3703102   Horizontal Stowage               Horizontal Stowage

3703105   Horn                             Horn



3703108   Hospital                         Hospital



3703117   Host Country                     Host Country

3703141   Host Nation                      Host Nation


3703144   Host-Nation Support              Host-Nation Support



3703147   Host-Nation Support Agreement    Host-Nation Support Agreement


3703111   Hostage                          Hostage

3703114   Hostage Rescue                   Hostage Rescue



3703120   Hostile                          Hostile




3703123   Hostile Act                      Hostile Act
3703126   Hostile Casualty                  Hostile Casualty




3703129   Hostile Environment               Hostile Environment


3703132   Hostile Force                     Hostile Force




3703135   Hostile Intent                    Hostile Intent




3703138   Hostile Track                     Hostile Track


3703150   Hot Photo Interpretation Report   Hot Photo Interpretation Report




3703153   Hot Pursuit                       Hot Pursuit




3703156   Hot Spot                          Hot Spot

3703159   Hovering                          Hovering

3703162   Hovering Ceiling                  Hovering Ceiling
3703165   Howitzer                          Howitzer




3703168   Hub                               Hub




3703171   Hub And Spoke Distribution        Hub And Spoke Distribution



3703174   Human Factors                     Human Factors

3703177   Human Intelligence                Human Intelligence


3703189   Human Resources Intelligence      Human Resources Intelligence




3703180   Humanitarian And Civic Assistance Humanitarian And Civic Assistance




3703183   Humanitarian Demining             Humanitarian Demining
3703186   Humanitarian Mine Action       Humanitarian Mine Action




3703192   Hung Weapons                   Hung Weapons

3703195   Hunter Track                   Hunter Track

3703198   Hydrogen Bomb                  Hydrogen Bomb

3703201   Hydrographic Chart             Hydrographic Chart

3703204   Hydrographic Reconnaissance    Hydrographic Reconnaissance


3703207   Hydrography                    Hydrography




3703210   Hyperbaric Chamber             Hyperbaric Chamber




3703213   Hyperbolic Navigation System   Hyperbolic Navigation System



3703216   Hypergolic Fuel                Hypergolic Fuel

3703219   Hypersonic                     Hypersonic


3703222   Hyperspectral Imagery          Hyperspectral Imagery


3703225   Hyperstereoscopy               Hyperstereoscopy


3703228   Hypobaric Chamber              Hypobaric Chamber


3703231   Hypsometric Tinting            Hypsometric Tinting
3703234   Identification                         Identification


          Identification Friend Or Foe           Identification Friend Or Foe
3703240
          Personal Identifier                    Personal Identifier
3703246   Identification Maneuver                Identification Maneuver
3703237   Identification, Friend Or Foe          Identification, Friend Or Foe
          Identification, Friend Or              Identification, Friend Or
3703243   Foe/Selective Identification Feature   Foe/Selective Identification Feature
          Procedures                             Procedures

3703249   Igloo Space                            Igloo Space

3703252   Ignition System                        Ignition System
3703255   Image Format                           Image Format

3703258   Image Motion Compensation              Image Motion Compensation




3703261   Imagery                                Imagery




3703264   Imagery Collateral                     Imagery Collateral

3703267   Imagery Correlation                    Imagery Correlation

3703270   Imagery Data Recording                 Imagery Data Recording


3703273   Imagery Exploitation                   Imagery Exploitation



3703276   Imagery Intelligence                   Imagery Intelligence



3703279   Imagery Interpretation                 Imagery Interpretation


3703282   Imagery Interpretation Key             Imagery Interpretation Key

3703285   Imagery Pack                           Imagery Pack

          Imitative Communications               Imitative Communications
3703288
          Deception                              Deception

          Imitative Electromagnetic              Imitative Electromagnetic
3703291
          Deception                              Deception
3703297   Immediate Air Support             Immediate Air Support

3703294   Immediate Airlift Requests        Immediate Airlift Requests


3703300   Immediate Decontamination         Immediate Decontamination


3703303   Immediate Destination             Immediate Destination


3703309   Immediate Message                 Immediate Message


3703312   Immediate Mission Request         Immediate Mission Request

3703315   Immediate Nuclear Support         Immediate Nuclear Support



3703318   Immediate Operational Readiness   Immediate Operational Readiness




3703321   Immediate Response                Immediate Response




3703306   Immediately Vital Cargo           Immediately Vital Cargo



3703324   Impact Action Fuze                Impact Action Fuze

3703327   Impact Area                       Impact Area
3703330   Impact Pressure                   Impact Pressure

3703333   Implementation                    Implementation



3703336   Implied Task                      Implied Task



3703339   Implosion Weapon                  Implosion Weapon



3703342   Imprest Fund                      Imprest Fund
3702778   Imprest Funds                     Imprest Funds


3702781   Imprint                           Imprint

3702784   Improved Conventional Munitions   Improved Conventional Munitions

3702787   Improvised Early Resupply         Improvised Early Resupply



3702790   Improvised Explosive Device       Improvised Explosive Device


3702793   Improvised Mine                   Improvised Mine

3702796   Improvised Nuclear Device         Improvised Nuclear Device


3702952   In Extremis                       In Extremis

3703840   In Support                        In Support

3703843   In Support Of                     In Support Of

3702844   In-Company                        In-Company


3703804   In-Place Force                    In-Place Force




3703531   In-Transit Visibility             In-Transit Visibility



3702799   Inactive Aircraft Inventory       Inactive Aircraft Inventory




3702802   Inactive Duty Training            Inactive Duty Training
3702805   Inactive National Guard            Inactive National Guard




3702808   Inactive Status                    Inactive Status


3702811   Inbound Traffic                    Inbound Traffic

3702814   Incapacitating Agent               Incapacitating Agent



3702817   Incapacitating Illness Or Injury   Incapacitating Illness Or Injury




3702820   Incentive Type Contract            Incentive Type Contract




3702823   Incident                           Incident




3702826   Incident Classification            Incident Classification

3702829   Incident Command Post              Incident Command Post



3702832   Incident Command System            Incident Command System




3702835   Incident Management                Incident Management
3702838   Incident Of National Significance   Incident Of National Significance



3702841   Incidents                           Incidents

3702847   Inclination Angle                   Inclination Angle

3702850   Incremental Costs                   Incremental Costs

3702853   Indefinite Call Sign                Indefinite Call Sign

3702856   Indefinite Delivery Type Contract   Indefinite Delivery Type Contract

3702859   Independent                         Independent

3702862   Independent Ejection System         Independent Ejection System
3702865   Independent Mine                    Independent Mine



3702868   Independent Review                  Independent Review




3702871   Indications                         Indications




3702874   Indications And Warning             Indications And Warning




3702877   Indicator                           Indicator

3702880   Indirect Fire                       Indirect Fire

3702883   Indirect Laying                     Indirect Laying


3702886   Individual Equipment                Individual Equipment




3702889   Individual Mobilization Augmentee   Individual Mobilization Augmentee
          Individual Mobilization Augmentee   Individual Mobilization Augmentee
3702892
          Detachment                          Detachment

3702895   Individual Protection               Individual Protection

3702898   Individual Protective Equipment     Individual Protective Equipment



3702901   Individual Ready Reserve            Individual Ready Reserve



3702904   Individual Reserves                 Individual Reserves




3702907   Individual Self-Defense             Individual Self-Defense




3702910   Individual Sponsored Dependent      Individual Sponsored Dependent

3702913   Induced Environment                 Induced Environment

3702916   Induced Radiation                   Induced Radiation

3702919   Induction Circuit                   Induction Circuit




3702922   Industrial Chemicals                Industrial Chemicals




3702925   Industrial Mobilization             Industrial Mobilization



3702928   Industrial Preparedness             Industrial Preparedness
3702931   Industrial Preparedness Program   Industrial Preparedness Program




3702934   Industrial Property               Industrial Property

3702937   Industrial Readiness              Industrial Readiness
3702940   Inert Filling                     Inert Filling
3702949   Inert Mine                        Inert Mine


3702943   Inertial Guidance                 Inertial Guidance



3702946   Inertial Navigation System        Inertial Navigation System




3702955   Infiltration                      Infiltration




3702958   Inflammable Cargo                 Inflammable Cargo
3702961   Inflight Phase                    Inflight Phase
3702964   Inflight Report                   Inflight Report
3702967   Influence Field                   Influence Field

3702970   Influence Mine                    Influence Mine

3702973   Influence Release Sinker          Influence Release Sinker

3702976   Influence Sweep                   Influence Sweep

3702979   Information                       Information



3702982   Information Assurance             Information Assurance



3702988   Information Box                   Information Box

3702991   Information Environment           Information Environment
3702994   Information Management        Information Management




3702997   Information Operations        Information Operations



3703000   Information Report            Information Report

3703003   Information Requirements      Information Requirements


3703006   Information Resources         Information Resources




3703009   Information Security          Information Security




3703012   Information System            Information System



3702985   Information-Based Processes   Information-Based Processes



3703015   Infrared Film                 Infrared Film



3703018   Infrared Imagery              Infrared Imagery


3703711   Infrared Linescan System      Infrared Linescan System

3703714   Infrared Photography          Infrared Photography

3703717   Infrared Pointer              Infrared Pointer

3703720   Infrared Radiation            Infrared Radiation


3703723   Infrastructure                Infrastructure
3703726   Initial Active Duty For Training      Initial Active Duty For Training




3703729   Initial Approach                      Initial Approach




3703732   Initial Approach Area                 Initial Approach Area


3703735   Initial Assessment                    Initial Assessment

3703738   Initial Contact Report                Initial Contact Report


3703741   Initial Draft Plan                    Initial Draft Plan




3703744   Initial Early Resupply                Initial Early Resupply




3703747   Initial Entry Into Military Service   Initial Entry Into Military Service




3703750   Initial Issues                        Initial Issues


3703753   Initial Operational Capability        Initial Operational Capability


3703756   Initial Path Sweeping                 Initial Path Sweeping


3703759   Initial Photo Interpretation Report   Initial Photo Interpretation Report
3703762   Initial Point                       Initial Point




          Initial Programmed Interpretation   Initial Programmed Interpretation
3703765
          Report                              Report




3703768   Initial Provisioning                Initial Provisioning




3703771   Initial Radiation                   Initial Radiation



3703774   Initial Reception Point             Initial Reception Point




3703777   Initial Reserves                    Initial Reserves



3703780   Initial Response Force              Initial Response Force


3703783   Initial Unloading Period            Initial Unloading Period



3703786   Initiating Directive                Initiating Directive


3703789   Initiation Of Procurement Action    Initiation Of Procurement Action
3703792   Injury                          Injury




3703795   Inland Search And Rescue Region Inland Search And Rescue Region


3703798   Inner Transport Area            Inner Transport Area




3703801   Innocent Passage                Innocent Passage




3703807   Inshore Patrol                  Inshore Patrol

3703810   Inspection                      Inspection

3703813   Installation                    Installation

3703816   Installation Commander          Installation Commander




3703819   Installation Complex            Installation Complex



3703822   Instructional Mine              Instructional Mine

3703825   Instrument Approach Procedure   Instrument Approach Procedure

3703828   Instrument Flight               Instrument Flight

3703831   Instrument Landing System       Instrument Landing System


          Instrument Meteorological       Instrument Meteorological
3703834
          Conditions                      Conditions
3703837   Instruments Of National Power    Instruments Of National Power

3703846   Insurgency                       Insurgency

3703849   Insurgent                        Insurgent




          Integrated Consumable Item       Integrated Consumable Item
3703852
          Support                          Support




3703855   Integrated Fire Control System   Integrated Fire Control System


3703858   Integrated Logistic Support      Integrated Logistic Support




3703861   Integrated Materiel Management   Integrated Materiel Management




3703864   Integrated Planning              Integrated Planning




3703867   Integrated Priority List         Integrated Priority List




3703870   Integrated Staff                 Integrated Staff

3703873   Integrated Tactical Warning      Integrated Tactical Warning

3703876   Integrated Warfare               Integrated Warfare
3703879   Integration                       Integration




3703882   Intelligence                      Intelligence




3703885   Intelligence Annex                Intelligence Annex


3703888   Intelligence Collection Plan      Intelligence Collection Plan


3703891   Intelligence Community            Intelligence Community

3703894   Intelligence Contingency Funds    Intelligence Contingency Funds




3703900   Intelligence Data Handling Systems Intelligence Data Handling Systems



3703897   Intelligence Database             Intelligence Database




3703345   Intelligence Discipline           Intelligence Discipline




3703348   Intelligence Estimate             Intelligence Estimate
3703351   Intelligence Gathering            Intelligence Gathering

3703354   Intelligence Information Report   Intelligence Information Report



3703357   Intelligence Interrogation        Intelligence Interrogation



3703360   Intelligence Journal              Intelligence Journal




3703363   Intelligence Operations           Intelligence Operations




3703366   Intelligence Process              Intelligence Process




3703372   Intelligence Report               Intelligence Report




3703375   Intelligence Reporting            Intelligence Reporting




3703378   Intelligence Requirement          Intelligence Requirement




3703381   Intelligence Source               Intelligence Source
3703384   Intelligence Subject Code          Intelligence Subject Code

3703387   Intelligence Summary               Intelligence Summary



3703621   Intelligence System                Intelligence System




          Intelligence, Surveillance, And    Intelligence, Surveillance, And
3703390
          Reconnaissance                     Reconnaissance




          Intelligence, Surveillance, And    Intelligence, Surveillance, And
3703393
          Reconnaissance Visualization       Reconnaissance Visualization




3703369   Intelligence-Related Activities    Intelligence-Related Activities




3703624   Intensity Factor                   Intensity Factor


3703627   Intensity Mine Circuit             Intensity Mine Circuit



3703630   Intensive Management               Intensive Management


3703633   Intention                          Intention

3703651   Inter-Chart Relationship Diagram   Inter-Chart Relationship Diagram

3703681   Inter-Look Dormant Period          Inter-Look Dormant Period

3703486   Inter-Service Education            Inter-Service Education



3703492   Inter-Service Support              Inter-Service Support
3703495   Inter-Service Training             Inter-Service Training




          Inter-Service, Intragovernmental   Inter-Service, Intragovernmental
3703489
          Agreements                         Agreements




3703636   Interagency                        Interagency


3703639   Interagency Coordination           Interagency Coordination

3703645   Intercept Point                    Intercept Point

3703648   Intercept Receiver                 Intercept Receiver

3703642   Interceptor                        Interceptor
3703654   Interconnection                    Interconnection

3703657   Intercount Dormant Period          Intercount Dormant Period


3703663   Interdepartmental Intelligence     Interdepartmental Intelligence


          Interdepartmental Or Agency        Interdepartmental Or Agency
3703660
          Support                            Support



3703666   Interdiction                       Interdiction



3703669   Interface                          Interface




3703672   Intergovernmental Organization     Intergovernmental Organization




3703675   Interim Financing                  Interim Financing



3703678   Interim Overhaul                   Interim Overhaul
3703684   Intermediate Approach              Intermediate Approach




3703687   Intermediate Force Planning Level Intermediate Force Planning Level




3703690   Intermediate Maintenance (Field)   Intermediate Maintenance (Field)


          Intermediate Marker (Land Mine     Intermediate Marker (Land Mine
3703693
          Warfare)                           Warfare)

3703696   Intermediate Objective             Intermediate Objective

3703702   Intermediate Staging Base          Intermediate Staging Base

          Intermediate-Range Bomber          Intermediate-Range Bomber
3703699
          Aircraft                           Aircraft
3703705   Intermittent Arming Device         Intermittent Arming Device
3703708   Intermittent Illumination          Intermittent Illumination


3703396   Intermodal                         Intermodal




3703399   Intermodal Support Equipment       Intermodal Support Equipment



3703402   Intermodal Systems                 Intermodal Systems


3703405   Internal Audience                  Internal Audience



3703408   Internal Defense And Development Internal Defense And Development


3703411   Internal Information               Internal Information

3703417   Internal Radiation                 Internal Radiation

3703420   Internal Security                  Internal Security

3703423   Internal Waters                    Internal Waters
3703414   Internally Displaced Person          Internally Displaced Person

          International Arms Control           International Arms Control
3703426
          Organization                         Organization

3703429   International Atomic Time            International Atomic Time



3703432   International Call Sign              International Call Sign



          International Convention For Safe    International Convention For Safe
3703435
          Containers                           Containers



3703438   International Cooperative Logistics International Cooperative Logistics



3703441   International Date Line              International Date Line


3703444   International Identification Code    International Identification Code



3703447   International Loading Gauge (Gic)    International Loading Gauge (Gic)



3703453   International Logistic Support       International Logistic Support




3703450   International Logistics              International Logistics




          International Military Education And International Military Education And
3703456
          Training                             Training
3703459   International Narcotics Activities   International Narcotics Activities




          International Organization For       International Organization For
3703462
          Standardization                      Standardization



3703465   Interned                             Interned

3703468   Interocular Distance                 Interocular Distance



3703471   Interoperability                     Interoperability


3703474   Interoperation                       Interoperation




3703477   Interpretability                     Interpretability




3703480   Interpretation                       Interpretation


3703483   Interrogation (Intelligence)         Interrogation (Intelligence)

3703498   Intertheater                         Intertheater




3703501   Intertheater Airlift                 Intertheater Airlift




3703504   Intertheater Patient Movement        Intertheater Patient Movement

3703507   Intertheater Traffic                 Intertheater Traffic
3703510   Interval                           Interval




3703513   Intervention                       Intervention

3703516   Interview (Intelligence)           Interview (Intelligence)


3703519   Intracoastal Sealift               Intracoastal Sealift



          Intransit Aeromedical Evacuation   Intransit Aeromedical Evacuation
3703522
          Facility                           Facility




3703525   Intransit Inventory                Intransit Inventory

3703528   Intransit Stock                    Intransit Stock
3703534   Intratheater                       Intratheater




3703537   Intratheater Airlift               Intratheater Airlift




3703540   Intratheater Patient Movement      Intratheater Patient Movement

3703543   Intratheater Traffic               Intratheater Traffic

3703546   Intruder                           Intruder

3703549   Intrusion                          Intrusion

3703552   Invasion Currency                  Invasion Currency

3703555   Inventory Control                  Inventory Control
3703558   Inventory Control Point     Inventory Control Point



3703561   Inventory Management        Inventory Management
3703564   Inventory Managers          Inventory Managers


3703567   Investment Costs            Investment Costs



3703570   Ionosphere                  Ionosphere

3703573   Ir Pointer                  Ir Pointer

3703576   Irregular Forces            Irregular Forces


3703579   Irregular Outer Edge        Irregular Outer Edge




3703582   Irregular Warfare           Irregular Warfare


3703585   Isodose Rate Line           Isodose Rate Line




3703588   Isolated Personnel          Isolated Personnel




3703591   Issue Control Group         Issue Control Group

3703594   Issue Priority Designator   Issue Priority Designator

3703597   Item Manager                Item Manager


3703600   J-2x                        J-2x


3703606   J-Axis                      J-Axis

3703603   Jamming                     Jamming
3703609   Jet Advisory Service           Jet Advisory Service




3703612   Jet Propulsion                 Jet Propulsion



3703615   Jet Stream                     Jet Stream
3703618   Jettison                       Jettison

3704092   Jettisoned Mines               Jettisoned Mines

3704041   Join Up                        Join Up
3704095   Joiner                         Joiner
3704098   Joiner Convoy                  Joiner Convoy
3704101   Joiner Section                 Joiner Section

3704104   Joint                          Joint

3704107   Joint After Action Report      Joint After Action Report




3704110   Joint Air Attack Team          Joint Air Attack Team




3704119   Joint Air Operations           Joint Air Operations



3704122   Joint Air Operations Center    Joint Air Operations Center


3704125   Joint Air Operations Plan      Joint Air Operations Plan



3704113   Joint Airborne Advance Party   Joint Airborne Advance Party
3704116   Joint Airborne Training              Joint Airborne Training


3704128   Joint Amphibious Operation           Joint Amphibious Operation

3704131   Joint Amphibious Task Force          Joint Amphibious Task Force



3704134   Joint Base                           Joint Base


          Joint Captured Materiel Exploitation Joint Captured Materiel Exploitation
3704137
          Center                               Center




          Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Joint Civil-Military Operations Task
3704140
          Force                                Force




3704143   Joint Communications Network         Joint Communications Network




3704146   Joint Concept                        Joint Concept




3704149   Joint Decision Support Tools         Joint Decision Support Tools


          Joint Deployable Intelligence        Joint Deployable Intelligence
3704152
          Support System                       Support System


3704155   Joint Desired Point Of Impact        Joint Desired Point Of Impact




3704158   Joint Doctrine                       Joint Doctrine
3704161   Joint Doctrine Planning Conference Joint Doctrine Planning Conference




3704164   Joint Duty Assignment                Joint Duty Assignment




3704167   Joint Duty Assignment List           Joint Duty Assignment List

3704170   Joint Engagement Zone                Joint Engagement Zone

3704173   Joint Facilities Utilization Board   Joint Facilities Utilization Board




3704176   Joint Field Office                   Joint Field Office




3704185   Joint Fire Support                   Joint Fire Support

3704179   Joint Fires                          Joint Fires

3704182   Joint Fires Element                  Joint Fires Element


          Joint Flow And Analysis System       Joint Flow And Analysis System
3704188
          For Transportation                   For Transportation



3704191   Joint Force                          Joint Force
          Joint Force Air Component        Joint Force Air Component
3704194
          Commander                        Commander




3704197   Joint Force Commander            Joint Force Commander




          Joint Force Land Component       Joint Force Land Component
3704200
          Commander                        Commander




          Joint Force Maritime Component   Joint Force Maritime Component
3704203
          Commander                        Commander




          Joint Force Meteorological And   Joint Force Meteorological And
3704206
          Oceanographic Officer            Oceanographic Officer




          Joint Force Special Operations   Joint Force Special Operations
3704209
          Component Commander              Component Commander




3704212   Joint Force Surgeon              Joint Force Surgeon




3704215   Joint Functions                  Joint Functions




          Joint Guidance, Apportionment,   Joint Guidance, Apportionment,
3704218
          And Targeting Team               And Targeting Team
3704221   Joint Information Bureau              Joint Information Bureau



3704224   Joint Information System              Joint Information System


          Joint Integrated Prioritized Target   Joint Integrated Prioritized Target
3704227
          List                                  List


3704230   Joint Intelligence                    Joint Intelligence




3704233   Joint Intelligence Architecture       Joint Intelligence Architecture




3704236   Joint Intelligence Liaison Element    Joint Intelligence Liaison Element




          Joint Intelligence Preparation Of     Joint Intelligence Preparation Of
3704239
          The Battlespace                       The Battlespace




3704242   Joint Intelligence Support Element    Joint Intelligence Support Element




          Joint Interagency Coordination        Joint Interagency Coordination
3704245
          Group                                 Group
3704248   Joint Interface Control Officer     Joint Interface Control Officer




3704251   Joint Interrogation Operations      Joint Interrogation Operations



          Joint Line Of Communications        Joint Line Of Communications
3704254
          Security Board                      Security Board


3704257   Joint Logistics                     Joint Logistics




3704260   Joint Logistics Operations Center   Joint Logistics Operations Center




          Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore      Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore
3704263
          Commander                           Commander




          Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore      Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore
3704266
          Operations                          Operations



3704269   Joint Manpower Program              Joint Manpower Program


          Joint Materiel Priorities And       Joint Materiel Priorities And
3704272
          Allocation Board                    Allocation Board

          Joint Meteorological And            Joint Meteorological And
3704275
          Oceanographic Forecast Unit         Oceanographic Forecast Unit


3704278   Joint Mission-Essential Task        Joint Mission-Essential Task
3704281   Joint Mobility Control Group    Joint Mobility Control Group




3704284   Joint Mortuary Affairs Office   Joint Mortuary Affairs Office




3704287   Joint Movement Center           Joint Movement Center




          Joint Munitions Effectiveness   Joint Munitions Effectiveness
3704290
          Manual-Special Operations       Manual-Special Operations




          Joint Nuclear Accident          Joint Nuclear Accident
3704293
          Coordinating Center             Coordinating Center




3704296   Joint Operation Planning        Joint Operation Planning
          Joint Operation Planning And       Joint Operation Planning And
3704299
          Execution System                   Execution System




3704302   Joint Operations                   Joint Operations




3703903   Joint Operations Area              Joint Operations Area



3703906   Joint Operations Center            Joint Operations Center



          Joint Patient Movement             Joint Patient Movement
3703909
          Requirements Center                Requirements Center




3703912   Joint Patient Movement Team        Joint Patient Movement Team




3703915   Joint Personnel Recovery Center    Joint Personnel Recovery Center


          Joint Personnel Recovery Support   Joint Personnel Recovery Support
3703918
          Product                            Product


          Joint Personnel Training And       Joint Personnel Training And
3703921
          Tracking Activity                  Tracking Activity




          Joint Planning And Execution       Joint Planning And Execution
3703924
          Community                          Community
3703927   Joint Planning Group               Joint Planning Group




          Joint Psychological Operations     Joint Psychological Operations
3703930
          Task Force                         Task Force




3703933   Joint Publication                  Joint Publication


3703936   Joint Readiness                    Joint Readiness


3703939   Joint Reception Center             Joint Reception Center




3703942   Joint Reception Complex            Joint Reception Complex




          Joint Reception Coordination       Joint Reception Coordination
3703945
          Center                             Center




          Joint Reception, Staging, Onward   Joint Reception, Staging, Onward
3703948
          Movement, And Integration          Movement, And Integration




3703951   Joint Restricted Frequency List    Joint Restricted Frequency List




3703954   Joint Security Area                Joint Security Area



3703957   Joint Security Coordinator         Joint Security Coordinator

3703960   Joint Servicing                    Joint Servicing
          Joint Special Operations Air          Joint Special Operations Air
3703963
          Component Commander                   Component Commander


3703966   Joint Special Operations Area         Joint Special Operations Area




          Joint Special Operations Task         Joint Special Operations Task
3703969
          Force                                 Force


          Joint Specialty Officer Or Joint      Joint Specialty Officer Or Joint
3703972
          Specialist                            Specialist




3703975   Joint Staff                           Joint Staff




3703978   Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan     Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan




3703981   Joint Strategic Exploitation Center   Joint Strategic Exploitation Center




3703984   Joint Strategic Planning System       Joint Strategic Planning System




          Joint Suppression Of Enemy Air        Joint Suppression Of Enemy Air
3703987
          Defenses                              Defenses
3703990   Joint Table Of Allowances          Joint Table Of Allowances



3703993   Joint Table Of Distribution        Joint Table Of Distribution



          Joint Tactical Air                 Joint Tactical Air
3703996   Reconnaissance/Surveillance        Reconnaissance/Surveillance
          Mission Report                     Mission Report


3704005   Joint Target List                  Joint Target List




3703999   Joint Targeting Coordination Board Joint Targeting Coordination Board




3704002   Joint Targeting Steering Group     Joint Targeting Steering Group


3704008   Joint Task Force                   Joint Task Force




          Joint Task Force                   Joint Task Force
3704014   Counterintelligence Coordinating   Counterintelligence Coordinating
          Authority                          Authority




3704011   Joint Task Force-Civil Support     Joint Task Force-Civil Support




          Joint Technical Coordinating Group Joint Technical Coordinating Group
3704017
          For Munitions Effectiveness        For Munitions Effectiveness




3704020   Joint Test Publication             Joint Test Publication
3704023   Joint Total Asset Visibility     Joint Total Asset Visibility




3704026   Joint Transportation Board       Joint Transportation Board




3704029   Joint Urban Operations           Joint Urban Operations




          Joint Warfighting Capabilities   Joint Warfighting Capabilities
3704032
          Assessment                       Assessment


          Joint Worldwide Intelligence     Joint Worldwide Intelligence
3704035
          Communications System            Communications System


3704038   Joint Zone (Air, Land, Or Sea)   Joint Zone (Air, Land, Or Sea)

3704044   Judge Advocate                   Judge Advocate

3704050   Jump Speed                       Jump Speed

3704047   Jumpmaster                       Jumpmaster

3704053   K-Day                            K-Day

3704056   Key Employee                     Key Employee

3704059   Key Facilities List              Key Facilities List


3704062   Key Point                        Key Point

3704065   Key Position                     Key Position

3704071   Key Terrain                      Key Terrain




3704068   Keystone Publications            Keystone Publications



3704074   Kill Box                         Kill Box
3704083   Kill Probability                 Kill Probability
3704077   Killed In Action          Killed In Action


3704080   Killing Zone              Killing Zone


3704086   Kiloton Weapon            Kiloton Weapon


3704089   Kite                      Kite

3704317   L-Hour                    L-Hour




3704962   Lad.Late Time             Lad.Late Time




3704758   Land Control Operations   Land Control Operations



3704761   Land Forces               Land Forces

3704851   Land Mine Warfare         Land Mine Warfare
3704854   Land Search               Land Search

3704764   Landing Aid               Landing Aid

3704767   Landing Approach          Landing Approach




3704770   Landing Area              Landing Area




3704773   Landing Attack            Landing Attack


3704776   Landing Beach             Landing Beach
3704779   Landing Craft                      Landing Craft


          Landing Craft And Amphibious       Landing Craft And Amphibious
3704782
          Vehicle Assignment Table           Vehicle Assignment Table


3704785   Landing Craft Availability Table   Landing Craft Availability Table

3704788   Landing Diagram                    Landing Diagram

3704791   Landing Force                      Landing Force



3704794   Landing Force Supplies             Landing Force Supplies




3704797   Landing Force Support Party        Landing Force Support Party




3704800   Landing Group                      Landing Group


3704803   Landing Group Commander            Landing Group Commander


3704806   Landing Mat                        Landing Mat



3704809   Landing Plan                       Landing Plan



3704812   Landing Point                      Landing Point

3704815   Landing Roll                       Landing Roll

3704818   Landing Schedule                   Landing Schedule


3704821   Landing Sequence Table             Landing Sequence Table

3704824   Landing Ship                       Landing Ship

3704827   Landing Ship Dock                  Landing Ship Dock
3704830   Landing Signal Officer       Landing Signal Officer


3704833   Landing Site                 Landing Site

3704836   Landing Threshold            Landing Threshold
3704839   Landing Zone                 Landing Zone
3704842   Landing Zone Control         Landing Zone Control

3704845   Landing Zone Control Party   Landing Zone Control Party

3704848   Landmark                     Landmark

3704857   Lane Marker                  Lane Marker

3704860   Lap                          Lap

3704863   Lap Course                   Lap Course

3704866   Lap Track                    Lap Track

3704869   Lap Turn                     Lap Turn

3704872   Lap Width                    Lap Width

3704881   Large Spread                 Large Spread

3704875   Large-Lot Storage            Large-Lot Storage

3704878   Large-Scale Map              Large-Scale Map


3704884   Laser                        Laser




3704887   Laser Footprint              Laser Footprint


3704890   Laser Guidance Unit          Laser Guidance Unit



3704893   Laser Guided Weapon          Laser Guided Weapon


3704896   Laser Illuminator            Laser Illuminator

3704899   Laser Intelligence           Laser Intelligence
3704902   Laser Linescan System             Laser Linescan System


3704905   Laser Pulse Duration              Laser Pulse Duration

3704908   Laser Rangefinder                 Laser Rangefinder

3704911   Laser Seeker                      Laser Seeker

3704914   Laser Spot                        Laser Spot

3704917   Laser Spot Tracker                Laser Spot Tracker


3704920   Laser Target Designating System   Laser Target Designating System


3704923   Laser Target Designator           Laser Target Designator

3704932   Laser Target Marker               Laser Target Marker
3704935   Laser Target Marking System       Laser Target Marking System

3704929   Laser-Target Line                 Laser-Target Line

3704926   Laser-Target/Gun-Target Angle     Laser-Target/Gun-Target Angle

3704938   Lashing                           Lashing
3704941   Lashing Point                     Lashing Point

3704944   Late                              Late

3704947   Lateral Gain                      Lateral Gain

3704950   Lateral Route                     Lateral Route

3704953   Lateral Spread                    Lateral Spread

3704956   Lateral Tell                      Lateral Tell


3704959   Latest Arrival Date               Latest Arrival Date




3704965   Laundering                        Laundering




3704968   Law Enforcement Agency            Law Enforcement Agency
3704971   Law Of Armed Conflict   Law Of Armed Conflict

3704974   Law Of War              Law Of War



3704977   Lay                     Lay




3704986   Lay Leader              Lay Leader




3704989   Lay Reference Number    Lay Reference Number

3704980   Laydown Bombing         Laydown Bombing

3704983   Layer Depth             Layer Depth



3704992   Lead Agency             Lead Agency



3704995   Lead Agent              Lead Agent

3704998   Lead Aircraft           Lead Aircraft


3705001   Lead Federal Agency     Lead Federal Agency




3705004   Lead Mobility Wing      Lead Mobility Wing




3705007   Lead Nation             Lead Nation
          Lead Service Or Agency For       Lead Service Or Agency For
3705010
          Common-User Logistics            Common-User Logistics


3705013   Leapfrog                         Leapfrog

3705016   Leaver                           Leaver

3705019   Leaver Convoy                    Leaver Convoy

3705022   Leaver Section                   Leaver Section



3705025   Left (Or Right)                  Left (Or Right)



3705028   Left (Right) Bank                Left (Right) Bank




3705031   Letter Of Assist                 Letter Of Assist




3705034   Letter Of Offer And Acceptance   Letter Of Offer And Acceptance




3704305   Level Of Detail                  Level Of Detail




3704308   Level Of Effort-Oriented Items   Level Of Effort-Oriented Items



3704311   Level Of Supply                  Level Of Supply
3705037   Level-Of-Effort Munitions   Level-Of-Effort Munitions




3704314   Leverage                    Leverage



3704320   Liaison                     Liaison

3704323   Liberated Territory         Liberated Territory




3704326   Licensed Production         Licensed Production




3704329   Life Cycle                  Life Cycle


3704335   Life Support Equipment      Life Support Equipment



3704332   Lifeguard Submarine         Lifeguard Submarine

3704338   Light Artillery             Light Artillery
3704341   Light Damage                Light Damage

3704350   Light Filter                Light Filter



3704353   Light Line                  Light Line



3704344   Lightening                  Lightening

3704347   Lighterage                  Lighterage

3704368   Limit Of Fire               Limit Of Fire
3704356   Limited Production-Type Item   Limited Production-Type Item




3704359   Limited Standard Item          Limited Standard Item

3704362   Limited War                    Limited War



3704365   Limiting Factor                Limiting Factor




3704644   Line Of Communications         Line Of Communications




3704647   Line Of Demarcation            Line Of Demarcation




3704650   Line Of Departure              Line Of Departure




3704653   Line Of Operations             Line Of Operations


3704656   Line Overlap                   Line Overlap

3704662   Line Search                    Line Search


3704659   Line-Route Map                 Line-Route Map

3704641   Linear Scale                   Linear Scale


3704665   Link                           Link



3704668   Link Element                   Link Element

3704671   Link Encryption                Link Encryption
3704674   Link-Lift Vehicle          Link-Lift Vehicle

3704677   Link-Route Segments        Link-Route Segments
3704680   Liquid Explosive           Liquid Explosive
3704683   Liquid Propellant          Liquid Propellant

3704686   Listening Watch            Listening Watch

3704689   Litter                     Litter
3704692   Litter Patient             Litter Patient

3704695   Littoral                   Littoral


3704698   Load                       Load

3704701   Load Control Group         Load Control Group

3704728   Load Signal                Load Signal

3704731   Load Spreader              Load Spreader

3704704   Loading                    Loading

3704710   Loading (Ordnance)         Loading (Ordnance)

3704707   Loading Chart (Aircraft)   Loading Chart (Aircraft)



3704713   Loading Plan               Loading Plan


3704716   Loading Point              Loading Point
3704719   Loading Site               Loading Site

3704722   Loading Time               Loading Time

3704725   Loadmaster                 Loadmaster

3704737   Local Mean Time            Local Mean Time
3704740   Local Procurement          Local Procurement

3704743   Local Purchase             Local Purchase

3704734   Localizer                  Localizer

3704746   Lock On                    Lock On
3704749   Lodgment                             Lodgment

3704752   Lodgment Area                        Lodgment Area

3704755   Loft Bombing                         Loft Bombing



3704371   Logistic Assessment                  Logistic Assessment


3704374   Logistic Estimate Of The Situation   Logistic Estimate Of The Situation




3704377   Logistic Implications Test           Logistic Implications Test




          Logistic Marking And Reading         Logistic Marking And Reading
3704380
          Symbology                            Symbology
3704383   Logistic Routes                      Logistic Routes

3704395   Logistic Sourcing                    Logistic Sourcing

3704398   Logistic Support                     Logistic Support

3704401   Logistic Support (Medical)           Logistic Support (Medical)




3704386   Logistics                            Logistics



          Logistics Over-The-Shore             Logistics Over-The-Shore
3704389
          Operation Area                       Operation Area

          Logistics Over-The-Shore             Logistics Over-The-Shore
3704392
          Operations                           Operations


3704404   Long-Range Bomber Aircraft           Long-Range Bomber Aircraft

3704407   Long-Range Transport Aircraft        Long-Range Transport Aircraft
3704410   Look                                 Look

3704413   Loran                                Loran
3704416   Lot                                 Lot

3704419   Low Airburst                        Low Airburst

3704428   Low Angle                           Low Angle

3704431   Low Angle Fire                      Low Angle Fire

3704434   Low Angle Loft Bombing              Low Angle Loft Bombing

3704437   Low Dollar Value Item               Low Dollar Value Item

3704440   Low Level Flight                    Low Level Flight

3704443   Low Level Transit Route             Low Level Transit Route

3704446   Low Oblique                         Low Oblique
3704449   Low Velocity Drop                   Low Velocity Drop



3704452   Low Visibility Operations           Low Visibility Operations



          Low-Altitude Missile Engagement     Low-Altitude Missile Engagement
3704422
          Zone                                Zone

          Low-Altitude Parachute Extraction   Low-Altitude Parachute Extraction
3704425
          System                              System

3712237   M-Day                               M-Day

3712240   M-Day Force Materiel Requirement M-Day Force Materiel Requirement

3704455   Mach Number                         Mach Number
3704458   Magnetic Bearing                    Magnetic Bearing
3704461   Magnetic Circuit                    Magnetic Circuit

3704464   Magnetic Compass                    Magnetic Compass




3704467   Magnetic Declination                Magnetic Declination




3704470   Magnetic Equator                    Magnetic Equator

3704473   Magnetic Mine                       Magnetic Mine
3704476   Magnetic Minehunting                Magnetic Minehunting
3704479   Magnetic North            Magnetic North

3704482   Magnetic Tape             Magnetic Tape



3704485   Magnetic Variation        Magnetic Variation


3704488   Mail Embargo              Mail Embargo

3704491   Main Airfield             Main Airfield


3704494   Main Armament             Main Armament


3704497   Main Attack               Main Attack



3704500   Main Battle Area          Main Battle Area


3704503   Main Convoy               Main Convoy

3704506   Main Deck                 Main Deck

3704509   Main Detonating Line      Main Detonating Line




3704512   Main Line Of Resistance   Main Line Of Resistance




3704515   Main Operations Base      Main Operations Base



3704518   Main Supply Route         Main Supply Route
3704527   Maintenance (Materiel)    Maintenance (Materiel)




3704521   Maintenance Area          Maintenance Area


3704524   Maintenance Engineering   Maintenance Engineering




3704530   Maintenance Status        Maintenance Status




3704533   Major Combat Element      Major Combat Element


3704536   Major Disaster            Major Disaster

3704539   Major Fleet               Major Fleet


3704542   Major Force               Major Force


3704545   Major Nuclear Power       Major Nuclear Power




3704548   Major Operation           Major Operation




3704551   Major Weapon System       Major Weapon System




3704554   Make Safe                 Make Safe
3704572   Man Portable                    Man Portable




3704590   Man Space                       Man Space



3704593   Man Transportable               Man Transportable


          Management And Control System   Management And Control System
3704557
          (Mobility)                      (Mobility)




3704560   Maneuver                        Maneuver




3704563   Maneuverable Reentry Vehicle    Maneuverable Reentry Vehicle

3704566   Manifest                        Manifest
          Manipulative Electromagnetic    Manipulative Electromagnetic
3704569
          Deception                       Deception
3704575   Manpower                        Manpower

3704578   Manpower Management             Manpower Management


3704581   Manpower Management Survey      Manpower Management Survey

3704584   Manpower Requirements           Manpower Requirements
3704587   Manpower Resources              Manpower Resources




3704596   Map                             Map




3704599   Map Chart                       Map Chart

3704602   Map Convergence                 Map Convergence
3704605   Map Exercise                    Map Exercise
3704608   Map Index                         Map Index

3704614   Map Reference                     Map Reference

3704617   Map Reference Code                Map Reference Code

3704620   Map Series                        Map Series

3704623   Map Sheet                         Map Sheet
3704611   Mapping Camera                    Mapping Camera
3704626   Margin                            Margin

3704629   Marginal Data                     Marginal Data

3704632   Marginal Information              Marginal Information

3704635   Marginal Weather                  Marginal Weather



          Marine Air Command And Control    Marine Air Command And Control
3704638
          System                            System




3711286   Marine Air-Ground Task Force      Marine Air-Ground Task Force




3711289   Marine Base                       Marine Base



          Marine Corps Special Operations   Marine Corps Special Operations
3711292
          Forces                            Forces


3711295   Marine Division And Wing Team     Marine Division And Wing Team

3711298   Marine Environment                Marine Environment
3711301   Marine Expeditionary Brigade   Marine Expeditionary Brigade




3711304   Marine Expeditionary Force     Marine Expeditionary Force




          Marine Expeditionary Force     Marine Expeditionary Force
3711307
          (Forward)                      (Forward)




3711310   Marine Expeditionary Unit      Marine Expeditionary Unit
          Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special
3711313
          Operations Capable)                Operations Capable)




3711316   Marine Logistics Command           Marine Logistics Command




          Maritime Administration Ready      Maritime Administration Ready
3711862
          Reserve Force                      Reserve Force



3711547   Maritime Control Area              Maritime Control Area

3711550   Maritime Defense Sector            Maritime Defense Sector

3711553   Maritime Domain                    Maritime Domain

3711556   Maritime Domain Awareness          Maritime Domain Awareness

3711559   Maritime Forces                    Maritime Forces


3711562   Maritime Interception Operations   Maritime Interception Operations




3711565   Maritime Power Projection          Maritime Power Projection




          Maritime Pre-Positioning Force     Maritime Pre-Positioning Force
3711568
          Operation                          Operation
3711571   Maritime Pre-Positioning Ships   Maritime Pre-Positioning Ships



          Maritime Search And Rescue       Maritime Search And Rescue
3711574
          Region                           Region




3711577   Maritime Special Purpose Force   Maritime Special Purpose Force




3711580   Maritime Superiority             Maritime Superiority

3711583   Maritime Supremacy               Maritime Supremacy

3711586   Marker                           Marker


3711589   Marker Ship                      Marker Ship

3711592   Marking                          Marking

3711595   Marking Error                    Marking Error
3711598   Marking Fire                     Marking Fire

3711601   Marking Panel                    Marking Panel

3711604   Married Failure                  Married Failure



3711607   Marshal                          Marshal
3711610   Marshalling                    Marshalling




3711613   Mass                           Mass


3711616   Mass Casualty                  Mass Casualty




3711619   Massed Fire                    Massed Fire




3711865   Master Air Attack Plan         Master Air Attack Plan




3711868   Master Film                    Master Film

3711871   Master Plot                    Master Plot


3711874   Materials Handling             Materials Handling

3711877   Materials Handling Equipment   Materials Handling Equipment



3711880   Materiel                       Materiel


3711883   Materiel Cognizance            Materiel Cognizance
3711886   Materiel Control               Materiel Control
3711889   Materiel Inventory Objective    Materiel Inventory Objective




3711892   Materiel Management             Materiel Management

3711895   Materiel Pipeline               Materiel Pipeline




3711898   Materiel Planning               Materiel Planning




3711901   Materiel Readiness              Materiel Readiness


3711904   Materiel Release Confirmation   Materiel Release Confirmation



3711907   Materiel Release Order          Materiel Release Order



3711910   Materiel Requirements           Materiel Requirements


3711913   Maximum Effective Range         Maximum Effective Range



3711916   Maximum Elevation Figure        Maximum Elevation Figure




3711919   Maximum Enlisted Amount         Maximum Enlisted Amount



3711922   Maximum Landing Weight          Maximum Landing Weight
3711925   Maximum Operating Depth     Maximum Operating Depth

3711928   Maximum Ordinate            Maximum Ordinate

          Maximum Permissible         Maximum Permissible
3711931
          Concentration               Concentration

3712222   Maximum Permissible Dose    Maximum Permissible Dose

3712225   Maximum Range               Maximum Range

3712228   Maximum Sustained Speed     Maximum Sustained Speed

3712231   Maximum Take-Off Weight     Maximum Take-Off Weight

3712234   Mayday                      Mayday

3712243   Meaconing                   Meaconing



3712246   Mean Lethal Dose            Mean Lethal Dose

3712249   Mean Line Of Advance        Mean Line Of Advance
3712252   Mean Point Of Burst         Mean Point Of Burst

3712255   Mean Point Of Impact        Mean Point Of Impact


3712258   Mean Sea Level              Mean Sea Level

3712261   Means Of Transport          Means Of Transport

3712276   Measure Of Effectiveness    Measure Of Effectiveness


3712279   Measure Of Performance      Measure Of Performance

3712264   Measured Mile               Measured Mile



          Measurement And Signature   Measurement And Signature
3712267
          Intelligence                Intelligence
          Measurement And Signature           Measurement And Signature
3712270
          Intelligence Requirements System    Intelligence Requirements System




3712273   Measurement Ton                     Measurement Ton


3712282   Mechanical Sweep                    Mechanical Sweep



3712288   Media Pool                          Media Pool



3712285   Median Incapacitating Dose          Median Incapacitating Dose




3712291   Medical Civil-Military Operations   Medical Civil-Military Operations




3712294   Medical Contingency File            Medical Contingency File

3712297   Medical Evacuees                    Medical Evacuees




3712300   Medical Intelligence                Medical Intelligence




3712303   Medical Officer                     Medical Officer


3712546   Medical Protocols                   Medical Protocols
3712549   Medical Regulating                Medical Regulating




3712552   Medical Surveillance              Medical Surveillance



3712555   Medical Treatment Facility        Medical Treatment Facility

3712561   Medium Artillery                  Medium Artillery

3712558   Medium-Angle Loft Bombing         Medium-Angle Loft Bombing


3712564   Medium-Lot Storage                Medium-Lot Storage

3712567   Medium-Range Ballistic Missile    Medium-Range Ballistic Missile

3712570   Medium-Range Bomber Aircraft      Medium-Range Bomber Aircraft

3712573   Medium-Range Transport Aircraft   Medium-Range Transport Aircraft
3712576   Medium-Scale Map                  Medium-Scale Map

3712579   Meeting Engagement                Meeting Engagement

3712582   Megaton Weapon                    Megaton Weapon


3712585   Mensuration                       Mensuration

3712588   Merchant Convoy                   Merchant Convoy

3712591   Merchant Intelligence             Merchant Intelligence

3712594   Merchant Ship                     Merchant Ship


3712597   Merchant Ship Casualty Report     Merchant Ship Casualty Report


          Merchant Ship Communications      Merchant Ship Communications
3712600
          System                            System


3712603   Merchant Ship Control Zone        Merchant Ship Control Zone

          Merchant Ship Reporting And       Merchant Ship Reporting And
3712606
          Control Message System            Control Message System
3712609   Mercomms System                    Mercomms System

3712612   Message                            Message

3712618   Message (Telecommunications)       Message (Telecommunications)

3712615   Message Center                     Message Center


3712621   Meteorological And Oceanographic Meteorological And Oceanographic




          Meteorological And Oceanographic Meteorological And Oceanographic
3712624
          Forecast Center                  Forecast Center




3712627   Meteorological Data                Meteorological Data

3712630   Meteorology                        Meteorology

3712633   Microform                          Microform

3712636   Midcourse Guidance                 Midcourse Guidance

3712639   Midcourse Phase                    Midcourse Phase


3712642   Migrant                            Migrant


3712645   Militarily Significant Fallout     Militarily Significant Fallout



3708094   Military Affiliate Radio System    Military Affiliate Radio System




3707755   Military Assistance Advisory Group Military Assistance Advisory Group


          Military Assistance For Civil      Military Assistance For Civil
3707761
          Disturbances                       Disturbances


3707764   Military Assistance Program        Military Assistance Program
          Military Assistance Program    Military Assistance Program
3707767
          Training                       Training

          Military Assistance To Civil   Military Assistance To Civil
3707770
          Authorities                    Authorities




3707773   Military Capability            Military Capability




3707776   Military Civic Action          Military Civic Action




3707779   Military Construction          Military Construction

          Military Container Moved Via   Military Container Moved Via
3707782
          Ocean                          Ocean

3707785   Military Convoy                Military Convoy



3707788   Military Currency              Military Currency



3707791   Military Damage Assessment     Military Damage Assessment



3707794   Military Deception             Military Deception




3707797   Military Department            Military Department



3707800   Military Designed Vehicle      Military Designed Vehicle
3707803   Military Education                Military Education



3707806   Military Engagement               Military Engagement



3707809   Military Geographic Documentation Military Geographic Documentation

3707812   Military Geographic Information   Military Geographic Information

3707815   Military Geography                Military Geography

3707818   Military Government               Military Government

3707821   Military Government Ordinance     Military Government Ordinance


3707824   Military Governor                 Military Governor




3707827   Military Grid                     Military Grid




3708097   Military Grid Reference System    Military Grid Reference System




3708100   Military Health System            Military Health System




3708103   Military Independent              Military Independent

3708106   Military Intelligence             Military Intelligence

3708109   Military Intelligence Board       Military Intelligence Board
          Military Intelligence Integrated Data Military Intelligence Integrated Data
3708112
          System/Integrated Database            System/Integrated Database




3708115   Military Intervention                 Military Intervention


3708118   Military Journalist                   Military Journalist


          Military Land Transportation          Military Land Transportation
3708121
          Resources                             Resources


3708124   Military Load Classification          Military Load Classification


3708127   Military Necessity                    Military Necessity

3708130   Military Nuclear Power                Military Nuclear Power

3708133   Military Occupation                   Military Occupation




3708136   Military Options                      Military Options




3708139   Military Ordinary Mail                Military Ordinary Mail

3708142   Military Payment Certificate          Military Payment Certificate


          Military Performance Specification    Military Performance Specification
3708145
          Container                             Container


3708148   Military Post Office                  Military Post Office

3708151   Military Postal Clerk                 Military Postal Clerk
3708154   Military Postal Service               Military Postal Service


3708157   Military Postal Service Agency        Military Postal Service Agency

3708160   Military Posture                      Military Posture

3708163   Military Requirement                  Military Requirement


3708439   Military Resources                    Military Resources



3708442   Military Sealift Command              Military Sealift Command




3708448   Military Sealift Command Force        Military Sealift Command Force




          Military Sealift Command-             Military Sealift Command-
3708445
          Controlled Ships                      Controlled Ships




3708451   Military Service                      Military Service



3708454   Military Source Operations            Military Source Operations

          Military Standard Requisitioning      Military Standard Requisitioning
3708457
          And Issue Procedure                   And Issue Procedure
          Military Standard Transportation      Military Standard Transportation
3708460
          And Movement Procedures               And Movement Procedures


3708463   Military Support To Civil Authorities Military Support To Civil Authorities


          Military Support To Civilian Law      Military Support To Civilian Law
3708466
          Enforcement Agencies                  Enforcement Agencies


3708469   Military Symbol                       Military Symbol
3708472   Military Technician               Military Technician

3708475   Military Traffic                  Military Traffic

3708478   Military Training                 Military Training


3708481   Military Van (Container)          Military Van (Container)

          Militaryassistance Articles And   Militaryassistance Articles And
3707758
          Services List                     Services List
3708484   Milspec Container                 Milspec Container
3708487   Milvan                            Milvan

3708490   Milvan Chassis                    Milvan Chassis




3708493   Mine                              Mine



3708499   Mine Clearance                    Mine Clearance
3708505   Mine Countermeasures              Mine Countermeasures

3708511   Mine Defense                      Mine Defense

3708514   Mine Disposal                     Mine Disposal

3708742   Mine Row                          Mine Row
3708745   Mine Spotting                     Mine Spotting

3708748   Mine Strip                        Mine Strip



3708754   Mine Warfare                      Mine Warfare




3708757   Mine Warfare Chart                Mine Warfare Chart



3708760   Mine Warfare Forces (Naval)       Mine Warfare Forces (Naval)


3708763   Mine Warfare Group                Mine Warfare Group

3708769   Mine Weapons                      Mine Weapons
3708502   Mine-Cluster                  Mine-Cluster
3708496   Mineable Waters               Mineable Waters
3708508   Mined Area                    Mined Area

3708517   Minefield                     Minefield


3708520   Minefield Breaching           Minefield Breaching


3708523   Minefield Density             Minefield Density

3708526   Minefield Lane                Minefield Lane
3708529   Minefield Marking             Minefield Marking

3708532   Minefield Record              Minefield Record

3708535   Minefield Report              Minefield Report



3708739   Minehunting                   Minehunting




3708751   Minesweeping                  Minesweeping




3708766   Minewatching                  Minewatching


3708772   Minimize                      Minimize


          Minimum Aircraft Operating    Minimum Aircraft Operating
3708775
          Surface                       Surface


3708778   Minimum Attack Altitude       Minimum Attack Altitude

3708781   Minimum Crossing Altitude     Minimum Crossing Altitude




3708784   Minimum Essential Equipment   Minimum Essential Equipment
3708787   Minimum Force                      Minimum Force

3708790   Minimum Nuclear Safe Distance      Minimum Nuclear Safe Distance
3708793   Minimum Nuclear Warning Time       Minimum Nuclear Warning Time


          Minimum Obstruction Clearance      Minimum Obstruction Clearance
3708796
          Altitude                           Altitude



3708799   Minimum Operating Strip            Minimum Operating Strip



3708802   Minimum Range                      Minimum Range


3708805   Minimum Reception Altitude         Minimum Reception Altitude

          Minimum Residual Radioactivity     Minimum Residual Radioactivity
3708808
          Weapon                             Weapon
3708814   Minimum Safe Altitude              Minimum Safe Altitude

3708811   Minimum-Risk Route                 Minimum-Risk Route

3708817   Minor Control                      Minor Control



3708820   Minor Installation                 Minor Installation



3708823   Minor Port                         Minor Port

3708826   Misfire                            Misfire

3708829   Missed Approach                    Missed Approach

3708832   Missile Assembly-Checkout Facility Missile Assembly-Checkout Facility

3708835   Missile Control System             Missile Control System

3709381   Missile Defense                    Missile Defense

3709078   Missile Destruct                   Missile Destruct

3709081   Missile Destruct System            Missile Destruct System
3709084   Missile Guidance System         Missile Guidance System

3709087   Missile Release Line            Missile Release Line




3709090   Missing                         Missing




3709093   Missing In Action               Missing In Action

3709096   Mission                         Mission




3709099   Mission Assignment              Mission Assignment




3709108   Mission Needs Statement         Mission Needs Statement


          Mission Review Report           Mission Review Report
3709120
          (Photographic Interpretation)   (Photographic Interpretation)


3709123   Mission Specific Data Sets      Mission Specific Data Sets




3709126   Mission Statement               Mission Statement



3709129   Mission Type Order              Mission Type Order
3709102   Mission-Capable                   Mission-Capable




3709105   Mission-Essential Materiel        Mission-Essential Materiel




3709111   Mission-Oriented Items            Mission-Oriented Items



          Mission-Oriented Protective       Mission-Oriented Protective
3709114
          Posture                           Posture


          Mission-Oriented Protective       Mission-Oriented Protective
3709117
          Posture Gear                      Posture Gear


3709132   Mixed                             Mixed

3709135   Mixed Bag                         Mixed Bag

3709384   Mixed Minefield                   Mixed Minefield

3709387   Mobile Defense                    Mobile Defense


          Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare   Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare
3709390
          Unit                              Unit


3709393   Mobile Mine                       Mobile Mine

3709396   Mobile Security Force             Mobile Security Force

3709399   Mobile Support Group (Naval)      Mobile Support Group (Naval)
3709402   Mobile Training Team             Mobile Training Team




3709405   Mobility                         Mobility


3709408   Mobility Air Forces              Mobility Air Forces


3709411   Mobility Analysis                Mobility Analysis

3709414   Mobility Corridor                Mobility Corridor

3709417   Mobility Echelon                 Mobility Echelon

3709420   Mobility System Support Resources Mobility System Support Resources




3709423   Mobilization                     Mobilization




3709426   Mobilization Base                Mobilization Base




3709429   Mobilization Exercise            Mobilization Exercise
3709432   Mobilization Reserves            Mobilization Reserves


3709435   Mobilization Site                Mobilization Site
3709438   Mobilization Staff Officer        Mobilization Staff Officer



3709441   Mobilization Station              Mobilization Station




3709762   Mock-Up                           Mock-Up


          Mode (Identification, Friend Or   Mode (Identification, Friend Or
3709765
          Foe)                              Foe)


3709768   Mode Of Transport                 Mode Of Transport

3709771   Modernization                     Modernization



3709774   Modernized Integrated Database    Modernized Integrated Database




          Modified Combined Obstacle        Modified Combined Obstacle
3709777
          Overlay                           Overlay


3709780   Moment                            Moment




3709783   Monitoring                        Monitoring




3709786   Moored                            Moored

3709789   Moored Mine                       Moored Mine

3709792   Mopping Up                        Mopping Up


3709795   Mortar                            Mortar
3709798   Mortuary Affairs                 Mortuary Affairs



3709801   Mosaic                           Mosaic




3709804   Most Capable Service Or Agency   Most Capable Service Or Agency



3709807   Motorized Unit                   Motorized Unit



3709810   Mounting                         Mounting




3709813   Mounting Area                    Mounting Area




3709816   Movement Control                 Movement Control



3709819   Movement Control Center          Movement Control Center

3709822   Movement Control Post            Movement Control Post




3709825   Movement Control Team            Movement Control Team




3709828   Movement Credit                  Movement Credit


3709831   Movement Directive               Movement Directive


3709834   Movement Group                   Movement Group

3709837   Movement Order                   Movement Order
3710107   Movement Phase                   Movement Phase




3710110   Movement Plan                    Movement Plan



3710113   Movement Report Control Center   Movement Report Control Center


3710116   Movement Report System           Movement Report System


3710119   Movement Requirement             Movement Requirement

3710122   Movement Restriction             Movement Restriction




3710125   Movement Schedule                Movement Schedule




3710128   Movement Table                   Movement Table


3710131   Movement To Contact              Movement To Contact


3710134   Moving Havens                    Moving Havens




3710137   Moving Map Display               Moving Map Display



3710140   Moving Mine                      Moving Mine


3710143   Moving Submarine Haven           Moving Submarine Haven



3710146   Moving Surface Ship Haven        Moving Surface Ship Haven
3710149   Moving Target Indicator             Moving Target Indicator

3710155   Multi-Modal                         Multi-Modal



3710455   Multi-Point Refueling System        Multi-Point Refueling System


3710458   Multi-Spectral Imagery              Multi-Spectral Imagery
3710461   Multi-Spot Ship                     Multi-Spot Ship

3710152   Multichannel                        Multichannel


3710158   Multinational                       Multinational


3710161   Multinational Doctrine              Multinational Doctrine

3710164   Multinational Exercise              Multinational Exercise

3710167   Multinational Force                 Multinational Force




3710170   Multinational Force Commander       Multinational Force Commander




          Multinational Integrated Logistic   Multinational Integrated Logistic
3710173
          Support                             Support




3710425   Multinational Logistics             Multinational Logistics
3710428   Multinational Operations            Multinational Operations


3710431   Multinational Staff                 Multinational Staff

3710434   Multinational Warfare               Multinational Warfare

3710437   Multiple Drill                      Multiple Drill
          Multiple Inactive Duty Training     Multiple Inactive Duty Training
3710440
          Periods                             Periods

          Multiple Independently Targetable   Multiple Independently Targetable
3710443
          Reentry Vehicle                     Reentry Vehicle


3710446   Multiple Reentry Vehicle            Multiple Reentry Vehicle


3710449   Multiple Unit Training Assemblies   Multiple Unit Training Assemblies



3710452   Multiple Warning Phenomenology      Multiple Warning Phenomenology




3710464   Munition                            Munition




          Munitions Effectiveness             Munitions Effectiveness
3710467
          Assessment                          Assessment




3710470   Mutual Support                      Mutual Support

3710473   Muzzle Brake                        Muzzle Brake
3710476   Muzzle Compensator                  Muzzle Compensator
3710479   Muzzle Velocity                     Muzzle Velocity
3711670   N-Day                               N-Day
3710482   Named Area Of Interest               Named Area Of Interest


3710488   Nap-Of-The-Earth Flight              Nap-Of-The-Earth Flight

3710485   Napalm                               Napalm

3710491   Narcoterrorism                       Narcoterrorism



3711079   Nation Assistance                    Nation Assistance




3710494   National Air Mobility System         National Air Mobility System




3710497   National Censorship                  National Censorship


3710500   National Communications System       National Communications System




          National Critical Infrastructure And National Critical Infrastructure And
3710755
          Key Assets                           Key Assets




3710758   National Defense Area                National Defense Area
3710761   National Defense Reserve Fleet        National Defense Reserve Fleet




3710764   National Defense Strategy             National Defense Strategy



3710767   National Disaster Medical System      National Disaster Medical System



3710770   National Emergency                    National Emergency



          National Incident Management          National Incident Management
3710773
          System                                System




3710776   National Information Infrastructure   National Information Infrastructure




3710779   National Infrastructure               National Infrastructure




3710782   National Intelligence                 National Intelligence




3710785   National Intelligence Estimate        National Intelligence Estimate
3710788   National Intelligence Surveys      National Intelligence Surveys



3710791   National Interagency Fire Center   National Interagency Fire Center



3710794   National Military Command System National Military Command System



3710797   National Military Strategy         National Military Strategy



3710800   National Operations Center         National Operations Center


3711040   National Policy                    National Policy




3711043   National Reconnaissance Office     National Reconnaissance Office




          National Response Coordination     National Response Coordination
3711046
          Center                             Center



3711049   National Security                  National Security




          National Security Agency/Central   National Security Agency/Central
3711052
          Security Service Representative    Security Service Representative




3711055   National Security Council          National Security Council
3711058   National Security Interests       National Security Interests




3711061   National Security Strategy        National Security Strategy


3711064   National Shipping Authority       National Shipping Authority

3711067   National Special Security Event   National Special Security Event




3711070   National Stock Number             National Stock Number




3711073   National Support Element          National Support Element


          National System For Geospatial    National System For Geospatial
3711076
          Intelligence                      Intelligence


3711082   Natural Disaster                  Natural Disaster

3711085   Nautical Chart                    Nautical Chart

3711088   Nautical Mile                     Nautical Mile


3711091   Nautical Plotting Chart           Nautical Plotting Chart




          Naval Advanced Logistic Support   Naval Advanced Logistic Support
3711094
          Site                              Site
3711319   Naval Base                        Naval Base




3711322   Naval Beach Group                 Naval Beach Group




3711325   Naval Coastal Warfare             Naval Coastal Warfare


          Naval Coastal Warfare             Naval Coastal Warfare
3711328
          Commander                         Commander


3711331   Naval Construction Force          Naval Construction Force


          Naval Coordination And Protection Naval Coordination And Protection
3711334
          Of Shipping                       Of Shipping


          Naval Coordination And Protection Naval Coordination And Protection
3711337
          Of Shipping Officer               Of Shipping Officer


          Naval Coordination And Protection Naval Coordination And Protection
3711340
          Of Shipping Organization          Of Shipping Organization


3711343   Naval Expeditionary Warfare       Naval Expeditionary Warfare




3711346   Naval Forward Logistic Site       Naval Forward Logistic Site




3711349   Naval Gunfire Operations Center   Naval Gunfire Operations Center


3711352   Naval Gunfire Spotting Team       Naval Gunfire Spotting Team
3711355   Naval Gunfire Support             Naval Gunfire Support


3711358   Naval Mobile Environmental Team Naval Mobile Environmental Team


3711361   Naval Operation                   Naval Operation




3711364   Naval Or Marine (Air) Base        Naval Or Marine (Air) Base




3711367   Naval Port Control Office         Naval Port Control Office




3711370   Naval Special Warfare             Naval Special Warfare




3711373   Naval Special Warfare Forces      Naval Special Warfare Forces




3711376   Naval Special Warfare Group       Naval Special Warfare Group


          Naval Special Warfare Special     Naval Special Warfare Special
3711379
          Operations Component              Operations Component

          Naval Special Warfare Task        Naval Special Warfare Task
3711382
          Element                           Element


3711622   Naval Special Warfare Task Group Naval Special Warfare Task Group


3711625   Naval Special Warfare Task Unit   Naval Special Warfare Task Unit

3711628   Naval Special Warfare Unit        Naval Special Warfare Unit

3711631   Naval Stores                      Naval Stores

3711634   Naval Support Area                Naval Support Area
3711637   Naval Surface Fire Support         Naval Surface Fire Support



3711640   Naval Tactical Data System         Naval Tactical Data System



3711646   Navigation Head                    Navigation Head

3711649   Navigation Mode                    Navigation Mode


3711643   Navigational Grid                  Navigational Grid




3711652   Navy Cargo Handling Battalion      Navy Cargo Handling Battalion




3711655   Navy Cargo Handling Force          Navy Cargo Handling Force


          Navy Special Operations            Navy Special Operations
3711658
          Component                          Component


3711661   Navy Support Element               Navy Support Element


3711664   Navy Tactical Air Control Center   Navy Tactical Air Control Center


          Navy-Unique Fleet Essential        Navy-Unique Fleet Essential
3711667
          Aircraft                           Aircraft


3711673   Near Miss (Aircraft)               Near Miss (Aircraft)


3711676   Near Real Time                     Near Real Time

3711679   Neatlines                          Neatlines
3711682   Need To Know                  Need To Know



3711685   Negation                      Negation


          Negative Phase Of The Shock   Negative Phase Of The Shock
3711688
          Wave                          Wave
3711691   Negative Photo Plane          Negative Photo Plane

3711694   Negligible Risk (Nuclear)     Negligible Risk (Nuclear)

3711697   Nerve Agent                   Nerve Agent
3711937   Net (Communications)          Net (Communications)
3711700   Net Call Sign                 Net Call Sign

3711940   Net Control Station           Net Control Station


3711943   Net Explosive Weight          Net Explosive Weight



3711946   Net Inventory Assets          Net Inventory Assets


3711949   Net Sweep                     Net Sweep

3711952   Net Weight                    Net Weight




3711934   Net, Chain, Cell System       Net, Chain, Cell System




3711955   Network Operations            Network Operations

3711958   Neutral                       Neutral

3711973   Neutral State                 Neutral State
3711961   Neutrality                  Neutrality




3711964   Neutralization              Neutralization

3711967   Neutralization Fire         Neutralization Fire

3711970   Neutralize                  Neutralize

3711976   Neutron Induced Activity    Neutron Induced Activity

3711979   News Media Representative   News Media Representative


3711982   Nickname                    Nickname

3711985   Night Effect                Night Effect


3711988   Night Vision Device         Night Vision Device



3711991   Night Vision Goggle(S)      Night Vision Goggle(S)


3711997   No-Fire Area                No-Fire Area

3712000   No-Fire Line                No-Fire Line



3712699   No-Strike List              No-Strike List


3712717   No-Wind Position            No-Wind Position


3711994   Node                        Node



3712003   Nominal Filter              Nominal Filter

3712006   Nominal Focal Length        Nominal Focal Length

3712009   Nominal Scale               Nominal Scale
3712012   Nominal Weapon                    Nominal Weapon

3712348   Non-Linear Approach               Non-Linear Approach
3712369   Non-Registered Publication        Non-Registered Publication

3712651   Non-Self-Sustaining Containership Non-Self-Sustaining Containership



3712666   Non-Submarine Contact Chart       Non-Submarine Contact Chart



3712669   Non-Unit Record                   Non-Unit Record



3712672   Non-Unit-Related Cargo            Non-Unit-Related Cargo



3712675   Non-Unit-Related Personnel        Non-Unit-Related Personnel


3712678   Non-Us Forces                     Non-Us Forces

3712015   Nonair Transportable              Nonair Transportable

3712018   Nonaligned State                  Nonaligned State


3712021   Nonalignment                      Nonalignment




3712306   Nonappropriated Funds             Nonappropriated Funds



3712309   Nonbattle Injury                  Nonbattle Injury



          Noncombatant Evacuation           Noncombatant Evacuation
3712312
          Operations                        Operations
3712315   Noncombatant Evacuees             Noncombatant Evacuees




3712318   Noncontiguous Facility            Noncontiguous Facility



          Nonconventional Assisted          Nonconventional Assisted
3712321
          Recovery                          Recovery


3712324   Nondeferrable Issue Demand        Nondeferrable Issue Demand




3712327   Nondeployable Account             Nondeployable Account




3712330   Nondestructive Electronic Warfare Nondestructive Electronic Warfare

          Nonexpendable Supplies And        Nonexpendable Supplies And
3712333
          Materiel                          Materiel
          Nonfixed Medical Treatment        Nonfixed Medical Treatment
3712336
          Facility                          Facility


3712339   Nongovernmental Organization      Nongovernmental Organization




3712342   Nonhostile Casualty               Nonhostile Casualty



3712345   Nonlethal Weapon                  Nonlethal Weapon


          Nonorganic Transportation         Nonorganic Transportation
3712351
          Requirement                       Requirement
3712354   Nonpersistent Agent           Nonpersistent Agent

3712357   Nonprecision Approach         Nonprecision Approach

3712360   Nonprior Service Personnel    Nonprior Service Personnel



3712363   Nonproliferation              Nonproliferation




3712366   Nonrecurring Demand           Nonrecurring Demand




3712648   Nonscheduled Units            Nonscheduled Units



3712654   Nonstandard Item              Nonstandard Item

3712657   Nonstandard Unit              Nonstandard Unit


3712660   Nonstocked Item               Nonstocked Item



3712663   Nonstrategic Nuclear Forces   Nonstrategic Nuclear Forces



3712681   Normal Charge                 Normal Charge

3712684   Normal Impact Effect          Normal Impact Effect

3712687   Normal Intelligence Reports   Normal Intelligence Reports


3712690   Normal Lighting               Normal Lighting
3712693   Normal Operations                    Normal Operations




          North American Aerospace             North American Aerospace
3712696
          Defense Command                      Defense Command


3712708   Not Mission Capable, Maintenance Not Mission Capable, Maintenance



3712711   Not Mission Capable, Supply          Not Mission Capable, Supply



3712714   Not Seriously Injured                Not Seriously Injured



3712702   Notice To Airmen                     Notice To Airmen



3712705   Notional Ship                        Notional Ship

3712720   Nuclear Accident                     Nuclear Accident

3712723   Nuclear Airburst                     Nuclear Airburst


3707836   Nuclear Bonus Effects                Nuclear Bonus Effects

3707839   Nuclear Burst                        Nuclear Burst

3707842   Nuclear Certifiable                  Nuclear Certifiable

3707845   Nuclear Certified                    Nuclear Certified

3707848   Nuclear Certified Delivery Unit      Nuclear Certified Delivery Unit

3707851   Nuclear Certified Delivery Vehicle   Nuclear Certified Delivery Vehicle


3707854   Nuclear Cloud                        Nuclear Cloud

3707857   Nuclear Collateral Damage            Nuclear Collateral Damage
3707860   Nuclear Column                     Nuclear Column


3707863   Nuclear Commitment                 Nuclear Commitment

3707866   Nuclear Contact Surface Burst      Nuclear Contact Surface Burst

3707869   Nuclear Coordination               Nuclear Coordination




3707872   Nuclear Damage                     Nuclear Damage




3707875   Nuclear Damage Assessment          Nuclear Damage Assessment




3707878   Nuclear Defense                    Nuclear Defense



3707881   Nuclear Delivery Unit              Nuclear Delivery Unit

3707884   Nuclear Delivery Vehicle           Nuclear Delivery Vehicle

          Nuclear Detonation Detection And   Nuclear Detonation Detection And
3707887
          Reporting System                   Reporting System

3707890   Nuclear Dud                        Nuclear Dud

3707893   Nuclear Energy                     Nuclear Energy

3707896   Nuclear Exoatmospheric Burst       Nuclear Exoatmospheric Burst




3707899   Nuclear Incident                   Nuclear Incident




3707902   Nuclear Intelligence               Nuclear Intelligence

3707905   Nuclear Logistic Movement          Nuclear Logistic Movement

3707908   Nuclear Nation                     Nuclear Nation
3707911   Nuclear Parity                     Nuclear Parity


3707914   Nuclear Planning System            Nuclear Planning System


3707917   Nuclear Proximity-Surface Burst    Nuclear Proximity-Surface Burst




3708166   Nuclear Radiation                  Nuclear Radiation




3708169   Nuclear Reactor                    Nuclear Reactor

3708172   Nuclear Round                      Nuclear Round

3708175   Nuclear Safety Line                Nuclear Safety Line


3708178   Nuclear Stalemate                  Nuclear Stalemate

3708181   Nuclear Strike Warning             Nuclear Strike Warning

3708184   Nuclear Support                    Nuclear Support

3708187   Nuclear Transmutation              Nuclear Transmutation

3708190   Nuclear Underground Burst          Nuclear Underground Burst

3708193   Nuclear Underwater Burst           Nuclear Underwater Burst


3708196   Nuclear Vulnerability Assessment   Nuclear Vulnerability Assessment

3708199   Nuclear Warfare                    Nuclear Warfare

3708202   Nuclear Warning Message            Nuclear Warning Message


3708205   Nuclear Weapon                     Nuclear Weapon

3708208   Nuclear Weapon Degradation         Nuclear Weapon Degradation
          Nuclear Weapon Employment          Nuclear Weapon Employment
3708211
          Time                               Time
3708214   Nuclear Weapon Exercise             Nuclear Weapon Exercise




3708217   Nuclear Weapon Maneuver             Nuclear Weapon Maneuver




3708220   Nuclear Weapon(S) Accident          Nuclear Weapon(S) Accident




3708223   Nuclear Weapons State               Nuclear Weapons State

3708226   Nuclear Weapons Surety              Nuclear Weapons Surety




3708229   Nuclear Yields                      Nuclear Yields



          Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical   Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical
3712729
          Conditions                          Conditions


          Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical   Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical
3707830
          Defense                             Defense




          Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical   Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical
3707833
          Environment                         Environment


          Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical- Nuclear, Biological, And Chemical-
3712726
          Capable Nation                     Capable Nation


3708232   Nuisance Minefield                  Nuisance Minefield
3708235   Number . . . In (Out)          Number . . . In (Out)

3708238   Numbered Beach                 Numbered Beach


3708241   Numbered Fleet                 Numbered Fleet

3708244   Numbered Wave                  Numbered Wave
3708247   Numerical Scale                Numerical Scale


3708250   Objective                      Objective




3708253   Objective Area                 Objective Area


3708538   Objective Force Level          Objective Force Level



3708541   Obligated Reservist            Obligated Reservist




3708544   Oblique Air Photograph         Oblique Air Photograph

3708547   Oblique Air Photograph Strip   Oblique Air Photograph Strip

3708550   Obliquity                      Obliquity

3708553   Observation Helicopter         Observation Helicopter

3708556   Observation Post               Observation Post

3708559   Observed Fire                  Observed Fire

3708562   Observed Fire Procedure        Observed Fire Procedure
3708565   Observer-Target Line           Observer-Target Line
3708568   Observer-Target Range          Observer-Target Range

3708571   Obstacle                       Obstacle




3708574   Obstacle Belt                  Obstacle Belt


3708577   Obstacle Clearing              Obstacle Clearing
3708580   Obstacle Intelligence             Obstacle Intelligence



3708583   Obstacle Restricted Areas         Obstacle Restricted Areas

3708586   Obstacle Zone                     Obstacle Zone

3708589   Obstructor                        Obstructor

3708598   Occupation Currency               Occupation Currency


          Occupational And Environmental    Occupational And Environmental
3708592
          Health Surveillance               Health Surveillance


          Occupational And Environmental    Occupational And Environmental
3708595
          Health Threats                    Health Threats


3708601   Occupied Territory                Occupied Territory




3708604   Ocean Cargo Clearance Authority   Ocean Cargo Clearance Authority


3708607   Ocean Convoy                      Ocean Convoy

3708610   Ocean Manifest                    Ocean Manifest

3708616   Ocean Station Ship                Ocean Station Ship

3708613   Oceanography                      Oceanography



3708847   Off-Load Preparation Party        Off-Load Preparation Party




3708874   Off-The-Shelf Item                Off-The-Shelf Item




3708619   Offensive Counterair              Offensive Counterair
          Offensive Counterair Attack   Offensive Counterair Attack
3708622
          Operations                    Operations


3708625   Offensive Minefield           Offensive Minefield

3708628   Office                        Office

3708838   Officer In Tactical Command   Officer In Tactical Command




3708841   Officer Of The Deck           Officer Of The Deck




3708844   Official Information          Official Information

3708850   Offset Bombing                Offset Bombing

3708853   Offset Costs                  Offset Costs

3708856   Offset Distance (Nuclear)     Offset Distance (Nuclear)


3708859   Offset Lasing                 Offset Lasing



3708862   Offshore Assets               Offshore Assets




3708865   Offshore Bulk Fuel System     Offshore Bulk Fuel System




3708868   Offshore Patrol               Offshore Patrol
          Offshore Petroleum Discharge   Offshore Petroleum Discharge
3708871
          System                         System




3708877   Oiler                          Oiler

3708880   On Berth                       On Berth

3708904   On Hand                        On Hand



3708883   On-Call                        On-Call




3708886   On-Call Resupply               On-Call Resupply



3708889   On-Call Target                 On-Call Target



3708892   On-Call Target (Nuclear)       On-Call Target (Nuclear)

3708895   On-Call Wave                   On-Call Wave

3708907   On-Scene Commander             On-Scene Commander

3708910   On-Station Time                On-Station Time

3708898   One Days Supply                One Days Supply

3708901   One-Look Circuit               One-Look Circuit

3708913   Open Improved Storage Space    Open Improved Storage Space

3708916   Open Ocean                     Open Ocean

3708919   Open Route                     Open Route
3709138   Open Unimproved Wet Space      Open Unimproved Wet Space
3708922   Open-Source Intelligence    Open-Source Intelligence

3709141   Operating Forces            Operating Forces


3709144   Operating Level Of Supply   Operating Level Of Supply



3709147   Operation                   Operation



3709486   Operation And Maintenance   Operation And Maintenance


3709489   Operation Annexes           Operation Annexes


3709492   Operation Exposure Guide    Operation Exposure Guide


3709495   Operation Map               Operation Map

3709498   Operation Order             Operation Order




3709501   Operation Plan              Operation Plan




3709150   Operational Architecture    Operational Architecture




3709153   Operational Area            Operational Area




3709156   Operational Art             Operational Art




3709159   Operational Authority       Operational Authority
3709162   Operational Characteristics     Operational Characteristics




3709165   Operational Control             Operational Control




3709168   Operational Control Authority   Operational Control Authority




3709171   Operational Decontamination     Operational Decontamination




3709174   Operational Design              Operational Design

3709177   Operational Design Element      Operational Design Element

3709180   Operational Documentation       Operational Documentation


3709183   Operational Environment         Operational Environment




3709186   Operational Evaluation          Operational Evaluation




3709189   Operational Intelligence        Operational Intelligence
3709192   Operational Level Of War           Operational Level Of War




3709447   Operational Necessity              Operational Necessity

3709450   Operational Pause                  Operational Pause
3709453   Operational Procedures             Operational Procedures
3709456   Operational Reach                  Operational Reach

3709459   Operational Readiness              Operational Readiness


3709462   Operational Readiness Evaluation   Operational Readiness Evaluation
3709465   Operational Requirement            Operational Requirement


          Operational Requirements           Operational Requirements
3709468
          Document                           Document


3709471   Operational Reserve                Operational Reserve

3709474   Operational Route                  Operational Route




3709477   Operational Support Airlift        Operational Support Airlift




3709480   Operational Testing                Operational Testing

3709483   Operational Training               Operational Training

3709444   Operationally Ready                Operationally Ready



3709504   Operations Center                  Operations Center
3709507   Operations Research                 Operations Research




3709510   Operations Security Indicators      Operations Security Indicators

3709513   Operations Security Measures        Operations Security Measures




          Operations Security Planning        Operations Security Planning
3709516
          Guidance                            Guidance




3709519   Operations Security Vulnerability   Operations Security Vulnerability




3709840   Operations To Restore Order         Operations To Restore Order


3709843   Opportune Lift                      Opportune Lift
3709846   Opportunity Target                  Opportunity Target

3709849   Opposite Numbers                    Opposite Numbers

3709852   Optical Axis                        Optical Axis

3709855   Optical Minehunting                 Optical Minehunting

3709858   Optimum Height                      Optimum Height

3709861   Optimum Height Of Burst             Optimum Height Of Burst

3709867   Orbit Determination                 Orbit Determination

3709870   Orbit Point                         Orbit Point
3709864   Orbital Injection              Orbital Injection

3709873   Order                          Order




3709876   Order And Shipping Time        Order And Shipping Time



3709882   Order Of Battle                Order Of Battle


3709885   Order Time                     Order Time




3709879   Ordered Departure              Ordered Departure




3709888   Ordinary Transport             Ordinary Transport


3709891   Ordnance                       Ordnance


3709894   Organic                        Organic



3709903   Organization For Combat        Organization For Combat




3709906   Organization For Embarkation   Organization For Embarkation



3709909   Organization For Landing       Organization For Landing

3709912   Organization Of The Ground     Organization Of The Ground

3709897   Organizational Equipment       Organizational Equipment


3709900   Organizational Maintenance     Organizational Maintenance


          Organized Crime Drug           Organized Crime Drug
3709915
          Enforcement Task Force         Enforcement Task Force
3709918   Origin                         Origin

3709921   Original Destination           Original Destination

3709924   Original Negative              Original Negative
3709927   Original Positive              Original Positive
3709930   Originating Medical Facility   Originating Medical Facility

3709933   Originator                     Originator


3709936   Oropesa Sweep                  Oropesa Sweep


3710176   Orthomorphic Projection        Orthomorphic Projection

3710179   Oscillating Mine               Oscillating Mine



3710182   Other Detainee                 Other Detainee



3710185   Other Government Agency        Other Government Agency

          Other War Reserve Materiel     Other War Reserve Materiel
3710188
          Requirement                    Requirement

          Other War Reserve Materiel     Other War Reserve Materiel
3710191
          Requirement, Balance           Requirement, Balance

          Other War Reserve Materiel     Other War Reserve Materiel
3710194
          Requirement, Protectable       Requirement, Protectable

3710197   Other War Reserve Stock        Other War Reserve Stock

3710200   Otter                          Otter

3710203   Outbound Traffic               Outbound Traffic


3710206   Outer Fix                      Outer Fix


3710209   Outer Landing Ship Areas       Outer Landing Ship Areas

3710212   Outer Transport Area           Outer Transport Area

3710215   Outline Map                    Outline Map
3710218   Outline Plan                      Outline Plan


3710221   Outsized Cargo                    Outsized Cargo

3710254   Over The Beach Operations         Over The Beach Operations
          Over-The-Horizon Amphibious       Over-The-Horizon Amphibious
3710257
          Operations                        Operations

3710260   Over-The-Horizon Radar            Over-The-Horizon Radar


3710224   Overhaul                          Overhaul

3710227   Overhead Clearance                Overhead Clearance




3710230   Overlap                           Overlap




3710233   Overlay                           Overlay


3710236   Overpressure                      Overpressure


3710239   Overprint                         Overprint

3710242   Overseas                          Overseas
          Overseas Environmental Baseline   Overseas Environmental Baseline
3710245
          Guidance Document                 Guidance Document
          Overseas Search And Rescue        Overseas Search And Rescue
3710248
          Region                            Region



3710251   Oversized Cargo                   Oversized Cargo




3710263   Overt Operation                   Overt Operation


          Overt Peacetime Psychological     Overt Peacetime Psychological
3710266
          Operations Programs               Operations Programs
3710866   P-Day                         P-Day

3710269   Pace                          Pace

3710503   Pace Setter                   Pace Setter


3710506   Packaged Petroleum Product    Packaged Petroleum Product



3710509   Packup Kit                    Packup Kit

3710512   Padding                       Padding

3710515   Pallet                        Pallet




3710518   Palletized Load System        Palletized Load System




3710521   Palletized Unit Load          Palletized Unit Load

3710524   Panel Code                    Panel Code




3710527   Panoramic Camera              Panoramic Camera



3710530   Parachute Deployment Height   Parachute Deployment Height
3710533   Paradrop                      Paradrop


3710536   Parallel Chains Of Command    Parallel Chains Of Command



3710539   Parallel Sheaf                Parallel Sheaf

3710542   Parallel Staff                Parallel Staff

3710545   Paramilitary Forces           Paramilitary Forces

3710548   Pararescue Team               Pararescue Team
3710551   Parlimentaire                     Parlimentaire

3710554   Parrot                            Parrot

3710575   Part Number                       Part Number


3710557   Partial Mission-Capable           Partial Mission-Capable



          Partial Mission-Capable,          Partial Mission-Capable,
3710560
          Maintenance                       Maintenance




3710563   Partial Mission-Capable, Supply   Partial Mission-Capable, Supply


3710566   Partial Mobilization              Partial Mobilization

3710569   Partial Storage Monitoring        Partial Storage Monitoring



3710572   Partisan Warfare                  Partisan Warfare


3710578   Pass                              Pass

3710812   Pass Time                         Pass Time


3710581   Passage Of Lines                  Passage Of Lines


3710584   Passenger Mile                    Passenger Mile

3710587   Passive                           Passive



3710590   Passive Air Defense               Passive Air Defense



3710803   Passive Defense                   Passive Defense

3710806   Passive Homing Guidance           Passive Homing Guidance

3710809   Passive Mine                      Passive Mine
3710815   Password                           Password
3710818   Pathfinder Drop Zone Control       Pathfinder Drop Zone Control
3710821   Pathfinder Landing Zone Control    Pathfinder Landing Zone Control




3710824   Pathfinders                        Pathfinders




3710827   Pathogen                           Pathogen
3710830   Patient                            Patient

3710833   Patient Movement                   Patient Movement


3710836   Patient Movement Items             Patient Movement Items



3710839   Patient Movement Policy            Patient Movement Policy




          Patient Movement Requirements      Patient Movement Requirements
3710842
          Center                             Center


3710845   Patrol                             Patrol

3710848   Pattern Bombing                    Pattern Bombing
3710851   Pattern Laying                     Pattern Laying



3710854   Payload                            Payload



3710863   Payload (Missile)                  Payload (Missile)

          Payload Build-Up (Missile And      Payload Build-Up (Missile And
3710857
          Space)                             Space)

          Payload Integration (Missile And   Payload Integration (Missile And
3710860
          Space)                             Space)

3710869   Peace Building                     Peace Building
3710872   Peace Enforcement                   Peace Enforcement




3710875   Peacekeeping                        Peacekeeping




3710878   Peacemaking                         Peacemaking




3710881   Peacetime Force Materiel Assets     Peacetime Force Materiel Assets



          Peacetime Force Materiel            Peacetime Force Materiel
3710884
          Requirement                         Requirement


          Peacetime Materiel Consumption      Peacetime Materiel Consumption
3711097
          And Losses                          And Losses

3711100   Peacetime Operating Stocks          Peacetime Operating Stocks

3711103   Peak Overpressure                   Peak Overpressure


3711106   Pecuniary Liability                 Pecuniary Liability

3711109   Pencil Beam                         Pencil Beam

3711112   Penetration                         Penetration


3711118   Penetration (Air Traffic Control)   Penetration (Air Traffic Control)


3711121   Penetration (Intelligence)          Penetration (Intelligence)

3711115   Penetration Aids                    Penetration Aids

3711124   Percentage Clearance                Percentage Clearance
3711127   Perception Management              Perception Management




3711130   Perils Of The Sea                  Perils Of The Sea


3711133   Perimeter Defense                  Perimeter Defense

3711139   Period                             Period

3711142   Period Of Interest                 Period Of Interest

3711136   Periodic Intelligence Summary      Periodic Intelligence Summary

3711145   Perishable Cargo                   Perishable Cargo
3711148   Permafrost                         Permafrost

3711151   Permanent Echo                     Permanent Echo



3711154   Permissive Action Link             Permissive Action Link



3711157   Permissive Environment             Permissive Environment

3711160   Persistency                        Persistency

3711163   Persistent Agent                   Persistent Agent




3711166   Persistent Surveillance            Persistent Surveillance



          Person Authorized To Direct        Person Authorized To Direct
3711178
          Disposition Of Human Remains       Disposition Of Human Remains


3711181   Person Eligible To Receive Effects Person Eligible To Receive Effects

3711184   Person In Custody                  Person In Custody

3711169   Personal Effects                   Personal Effects
3711172   Personal Locator Beacon            Personal Locator Beacon


3711175   Personal Property                  Personal Property

3711187   Personnel                          Personnel



3711190   Personnel Increment Number         Personnel Increment Number




3711193   Personnel Locator System Code      Personnel Locator System Code

3711385   Personnel Reaction Time (Nuclear) Personnel Reaction Time (Nuclear)


3711388   Personnel Recovery                 Personnel Recovery


          Personnel Recovery Coordination    Personnel Recovery Coordination
3711391
          Cell                               Cell


3711394   Personnel Recovery Task Force      Personnel Recovery Task Force



3711397   Personnel Replacement Center       Personnel Replacement Center



3711400   Personnel Security Investigation   Personnel Security Investigation


3711403   Perspective Grid                   Perspective Grid


3711406   Petroleum Intersectional Service   Petroleum Intersectional Service


3711409   Petroleum, Oils And Lubricants     Petroleum, Oils And Lubricants


3711412   Phase                              Phase


3711415   Phase Line                         Phase Line
3711418   Phases Of Military Government   Phases Of Military Government




3711421   Phonetic Alphabet               Phonetic Alphabet



3711424   Phony Minefield                 Phony Minefield

3711457   Photo Interpretation Key        Photo Interpretation Key

3711463   Photo Nadir                     Photo Nadir

3711427   Photoflash Bomb                 Photoflash Bomb

3711430   Photoflash Cartridge            Photoflash Cartridge

3711433   Photogrammetric Control         Photogrammetric Control

3711436   Photogrammetry                  Photogrammetry

3711439   Photographic Coverage           Photographic Coverage


3711442   Photographic Intelligence       Photographic Intelligence

3711445   Photographic Interpretation     Photographic Interpretation

3711448   Photographic Panorama           Photographic Panorama

3711451   Photographic Reading            Photographic Reading




3711454   Photographic Scale              Photographic Scale




3711460   Photomap                        Photomap

3711466   Physical Characteristics        Physical Characteristics


3711469   Physical Damage Assessment      Physical Damage Assessment
3711472   Physical Security             Physical Security




3711475   Pictomap                      Pictomap

3711703   Pictorial Symbolization       Pictorial Symbolization
3711706   Pierson-Moskowitz Scale       Pierson-Moskowitz Scale

3711709   Pillbox                       Pillbox


3711712   Pilots Trace                  Pilots Trace



3711715   Pinpoint                      Pinpoint

3711718   Pinpoint Photograph           Pinpoint Photograph
3711721   Pinpoint Target               Pinpoint Target

3711724   Pipeline                      Pipeline


3711727   Piracy                        Piracy


3711730   Pitch                         Pitch

3711733   Pitch Angle                   Pitch Angle

3711736   Plan For Landing              Plan For Landing




3711739   Plan Identification Number    Plan Identification Number




3711745   Plan Information Capability   Plan Information Capability

3711775   Plan Position Indicator       Plan Position Indicator

3711742   Planimetric Map               Planimetric Map

3711748   Planned Airlift Requests      Planned Airlift Requests
3711754   Planned Target              Planned Target




3711751   Planned Target (Nuclear)    Planned Target (Nuclear)



3711757   Planning And Direction      Planning And Direction




3711760   Planning Directive          Planning Directive



3711763   Planning Factor             Planning Factor




3711766   Planning Factors Database   Planning Factors Database




3711769   Planning Order              Planning Order




3711772   Planning Phase              Planning Phase




3711778   Plant Equipment             Plant Equipment




3711781   Plastic Zone                Plastic Zone
3712024   Plate                      Plate




3712027   Platform Drop              Platform Drop




3712030   Plot                       Plot




3712033   Point Defense              Point Defense

3712036   Point Designation Grid     Point Designation Grid

3712042   Point Of No Return         Point Of No Return


3712045   Point-To-Point Sealift     Point-To-Point Sealift


3712039   Pointee-Talkee             Pointee-Talkee

3712048   Poised Mine                Poised Mine


3712051   Polar Coordinates          Polar Coordinates



3712054   Polar Orbit                Polar Orbit

3712057   Polar Plot                 Polar Plot

3712060   Political Intelligence     Political Intelligence

3712063   Political Warfare          Political Warfare

3712066   Politico-Military Gaming   Politico-Military Gaming



3712069   Pool                       Pool



3712072   Population At Risk         Population At Risk
3712075   Port Capacity                       Port Capacity


3712078   Port Complex                        Port Complex

3712081   Port Designator                     Port Designator
3712084   Port Evacuation Of Cargoes          Port Evacuation Of Cargoes
3712087   Port Evacuation Of Shipping         Port Evacuation Of Shipping

3712090   Port Of Debarkation                 Port Of Debarkation




3712093   Port Of Embarkation                 Port Of Embarkation




3712096   Port Operations Group               Port Operations Group




3712099   Port Security                       Port Security




3712102   Port Support Activity               Port Support Activity




3712108   Position Defense                    Position Defense


3712105   Positional Defense                  Positional Defense

3712111   Positive Control                    Positive Control


          Positive Identification And Radar   Positive Identification And Radar
3712114
          Advisory Zone                       Advisory Zone
          Positive Phase Of The Shock         Positive Phase Of The Shock
3712372
          Wave                                Wave


3712375   Posse Comitatus Act                 Posse Comitatus Act
3712378   Postattack Period                   Postattack Period

3712381   Posthostilities Period              Posthostilities Period

3712384   Poststrike Reconnaissance           Poststrike Reconnaissance


3712387   Power Projection                    Power Projection


3712390   Ppi Gauge                           Ppi Gauge




3712393   Practice Mine                       Practice Mine




3712456   Pre-Launch Survivability            Pre-Launch Survivability


3712759   Pre-Position                        Pre-Position


          Pre-Positioned War Reserve          Pre-Positioned War Reserve
3712762
          Materiel Requirement, Balance       Materiel Requirement, Balance

          Pre-Positioned War Reserve          Pre-Positioned War Reserve
3712765
          Materiel Requirement, Protectable   Materiel Requirement, Protectable


          Pre-Positioned War Reserve          Pre-Positioned War Reserve
3712768
          Requirement                         Requirement


3712771   Pre-Positioned War Reserve Stock Pre-Positioned War Reserve Stock

3712396   Preassault Operation                Preassault Operation

3712399   Precautionary Launch                Precautionary Launch


3712402   Precautionary Personnel Recovery Precautionary Personnel Recovery
3712405   Precedence                  Precedence




3712408   Precession                  Precession

3712411   Precipitation Static        Precipitation Static

3712414   Precise Frequency           Precise Frequency
3712417   Precise Time                Precise Time

3712420   Precision Approach          Precision Approach

3712423   Precision Bombing           Precision Bombing

3712426   Precision-Guided Munition   Precision-Guided Munition



3712429   Precursor                   Precursor


3712432   Precursor Chemical          Precursor Chemical



3712435   Precursor Front             Precursor Front



3712438   Precursor Sweeping          Precursor Sweeping

3712441   Predicted Fire              Predicted Fire

3712444   Predominant Height          Predominant Height

3712447   Preemptive Attack           Preemptive Attack

3712450   Preinitiation               Preinitiation




3712453   Prelanding Operations       Prelanding Operations
          Preliminary Communications      Preliminary Communications
3712459
          Search                          Search



3712732   Preliminary Demolition Target   Preliminary Demolition Target




3712735   Preliminary Movement Schedule   Preliminary Movement Schedule




3712738   Preload Loading                 Preload Loading

3712741   Premature Dud                   Premature Dud
3712744   Preparation Fire                Preparation Fire

3712747   Prepare To Deploy Order         Prepare To Deploy Order

3712750   Preplanned Air Support          Preplanned Air Support

3712753   Preplanned Mission Request      Preplanned Mission Request

3712756   Preplanned Nuclear Support      Preplanned Nuclear Support


3712774   Prescribed Nuclear Load         Prescribed Nuclear Load




3712777   Prescribed Nuclear Stockage     Prescribed Nuclear Stockage




3712780   Preset Guidance                 Preset Guidance


3712783   Presidential Call-Up            Presidential Call-Up
3712786   Presidential Reserve Call-Up        Presidential Reserve Call-Up




3712789   Pressure Altitude                   Pressure Altitude

3712792   Pressure Breathing                  Pressure Breathing

3712795   Pressure Front                      Pressure Front

3712798   Pressure Mine                       Pressure Mine

3712801   Pressure Mine Circuit               Pressure Mine Circuit

3712804   Pressurized Cabin                   Pressurized Cabin

3712807   Prestrike Reconnaissance            Prestrike Reconnaissance



3712810   Prevention                          Prevention




3707566   Prevention Of Mutual Interference   Prevention Of Mutual Interference



3707569   Prevention Of Stripping Equipment Prevention Of Stripping Equipment



3707572   Preventive Deployment               Preventive Deployment


3707575   Preventive Diplomacy                Preventive Diplomacy

3707578   Preventive Maintenance              Preventive Maintenance
3707581   Preventive Medicine               Preventive Medicine




3707584   Preventive War                    Preventive War


3707587   Prewithdrawal Demolition Target   Prewithdrawal Demolition Target


3707590   Primary Agency                    Primary Agency


3707593   Primary Aircraft Authorization    Primary Aircraft Authorization

3707596   Primary Aircraft Inventory        Primary Aircraft Inventory

3707599   Primary Censorship                Primary Censorship



3707602   Primary Control Officer           Primary Control Officer


3707605   Primary Control Ship              Primary Control Ship



3707608   Primary Flight Control            Primary Flight Control


3707611   Primary Imagery Dissemination     Primary Imagery Dissemination
          Primary Imagery Dissemination     Primary Imagery Dissemination
3707614
          System                            System

3707617   Primary Interest                  Primary Interest




3707623   Prime Mover                       Prime Mover
3707620   Primed Charge                       Primed Charge

3707626   Principal Building                  Principal Building




3707629   Principal Federal Official          Principal Federal Official




3707632   Principal Items                     Principal Items




3707635   Principal Officer                   Principal Officer



3707638   Principal Operational Interest      Principal Operational Interest


3707641   Principal Parallel                  Principal Parallel

3707920   Principal Plane                     Principal Plane

3707923   Principal Scale                     Principal Scale

3707926   Principal Vertical                  Principal Vertical

3707932   Print Reference                     Print Reference

3707929   Printing Size Of A Map Or Chart     Printing Size Of A Map Or Chart

3707953   Prior Permission                    Prior Permission



3707935   Priority Designator                 Priority Designator




3707938   Priority Intelligence Requirement   Priority Intelligence Requirement



3707941   Priority Message                    Priority Message
          Priority National Intelligence   Priority National Intelligence
3707944
          Objectives                       Objectives



          Priority Of Immediate Mission    Priority Of Immediate Mission
3707947
          Requests                         Requests




          Priority System For Mission      Priority System For Mission
3707950   Requests For Tactical            Requests For Tactical
          Reconnaissance                   Reconnaissance




3707956   Prisoner Of War                  Prisoner Of War




3707959   Prisoner Of War Branch Camp      Prisoner Of War Branch Camp
3707962   Prisoner Of War Camp             Prisoner Of War Camp

3707965   Prisoner Of War Censorship       Prisoner Of War Censorship

3707968   Prisoner Of War Compound         Prisoner Of War Compound
3707971   Prisoner Of War Enclosure        Prisoner Of War Enclosure

3707974   Prisoner Of War Personnel Record Prisoner Of War Personnel Record

3707977   Proactive Measures               Proactive Measures

3707980   Proactive Mine Countermeasures   Proactive Mine Countermeasures

3707983   Probability Of Damage            Probability Of Damage

3707986   Probable Error                   Probable Error
3707989   Probable Error Deflection        Probable Error Deflection
3707992   Probable Error Height Of Burst   Probable Error Height Of Burst
3707995   Probable Error Range            Probable Error Range

3707998   Probably Destroyed              Probably Destroyed

3708001   Probe                           Probe

3708004   Procedural Control              Procedural Control


3708010   Procedure Turn                  Procedure Turn


3708256   Procedure Word                  Procedure Word

3708007   Procedures                      Procedures


3708259   Processing                      Processing


3708262   Processing And Exploitation     Processing And Exploitation


3708265   Proclamation                    Proclamation




3708268   Procurement Lead Time           Procurement Lead Time



3708271   Producer Countries              Producer Countries

3708274   Production Base                 Production Base



3708277   Production Lead Time            Production Lead Time




3708280   Production Logistics            Production Logistics




3708283   Production Loss Appraisal       Production Loss Appraisal


3708286   Proficiency Training Aircraft   Proficiency Training Aircraft
3708289   Profile                           Profile
3708292   Program Aircraft                  Program Aircraft


3708298   Program Of Nuclear Cooperation    Program Of Nuclear Cooperation




3708295   Programmed Forces                 Programmed Forces




3708301   Progress Payment                  Progress Payment




3708304   Prohibited Area                   Prohibited Area


3708307   Projected Map Display             Projected Map Display

3708310   Projection Print                  Projection Print


3708313   Proliferation (Nuclear Weapons)   Proliferation (Nuclear Weapons)




3708316   Prompt Radiation                  Prompt Radiation



3708319   Proofing                          Proofing


3708322   Propaganda                        Propaganda




3708325   Propelled Mine                    Propelled Mine



3708328   Proper Clearance                  Proper Clearance



3708331   Property                          Property



3708334   Property Account                  Property Account
3708337   Proportional Navigation    Proportional Navigation

3708340   Protected Emblems          Protected Emblems




3708631   Protected Frequencies      Protected Frequencies




3708634   Protected Persons/Places   Protected Persons/Places


3708637   Protected Site             Protected Site




3708640   Protection                 Protection




3708643   Protection Of Shipping     Protection Of Shipping



3708646   Protective Clothing        Protective Clothing


3708649   Protective Mask            Protective Mask



3708652   Protective Minefield       Protective Minefield

3708655   Prototype                  Prototype
3708658   Provisioning               Provisioning
3708661   Proword                    Proword

3708664   Proximity Fuze             Proximity Fuze
3708667   Pseudopursuit Navigation           Pseudopursuit Navigation


          Psychological Consolidation        Psychological Consolidation
3708670
          Activities                         Activities




3708673   Psychological Operations           Psychological Operations




          Psychological Operations           Psychological Operations
3708676
          Assessment Team                    Assessment Team




          Psychological Operations Support   Psychological Operations Support
3708679
          Element                            Element




3708682   Public Affairs                     Public Affairs




3708685   Public Affairs Ground Rules        Public Affairs Ground Rules




3708925   Public Affairs Guidance            Public Affairs Guidance
3708928   Public Diplomacy             Public Diplomacy




3708931   Public Information           Public Information




3708934   Public Key Infrastructure    Public Key Infrastructure




3708937   Pull-Up Point                Pull-Up Point

3708940   Pulse Code                   Pulse Code

3708943   Pulse Duration               Pulse Duration



3708949   Pulse Repetition Frequency   Pulse Repetition Frequency



3708946   Pulsejet                     Pulsejet

3708952   Pulsing                      Pulsing



3708955   Purchase Description         Purchase Description



3708958   Purchase Notice Agreements   Purchase Notice Agreements

3708961   Purchasing Office            Purchasing Office

3708964   Pursuit                      Pursuit
3708967   Pyrotechnic                 Pyrotechnic

3708970   Pyrotechnic Delay           Pyrotechnic Delay

3708973   Q-Message                   Q-Message


3708976   Q-Route                     Q-Route


3708979   Quadrant Elevation          Quadrant Elevation



3708982   Quadruple Container         Quadruple Container




3708985   Quay                        Quay



3708988   Quick Response Force        Quick Response Force

3709984   R-Day                       R-Day
3708991   Radar                       Radar
3708994   Radar Advisory              Radar Advisory

3708997   Radar Altimetry Area        Radar Altimetry Area


3709000   Radar Beacon                Radar Beacon


3709195   Radar Camouflage            Radar Camouflage

3709198   Radar Clutter               Radar Clutter

3709201   Radar Countermeasures       Radar Countermeasures
3709204   Radar Coverage              Radar Coverage

3709207   Radar Danning               Radar Danning

3709210   Radar Deception             Radar Deception

3709213   Radar Exploitation Report   Radar Exploitation Report

3709216   Radar Fire                  Radar Fire

3709219   Radar Guardship             Radar Guardship
3709222   Radar Horizon              Radar Horizon

3709225   Radar Imagery              Radar Imagery
3709228   Radar Intelligence         Radar Intelligence
3709231   Radar Netting              Radar Netting

3709234   Radar Netting Station      Radar Netting Station

3709237   Radar Netting Unit         Radar Netting Unit

3709240   Radar Picket               Radar Picket

3709243   Radar Reconnaissance       Radar Reconnaissance

3709252   Radar Signal Film          Radar Signal Film

3709255   Radar Silence              Radar Silence

3709258   Radar Spoking              Radar Spoking
3709261   Radar Tracking Station     Radar Tracking Station
3709246   Radarscope Overlay         Radarscope Overlay
3709249   Radarscope Photography     Radarscope Photography

3709264   Radial                     Radial


3709267   Radial Displacement        Radial Displacement

3709270   Radiant Exposure           Radiant Exposure




3709273   Radiation Dose             Radiation Dose




3709276   Radiation Dose Rate        Radiation Dose Rate


3709279   Radiation Exposure State   Radiation Exposure State
3709282   Radiation Exposure Status          Radiation Exposure Status




3709285   Radiation Intensity                Radiation Intensity




3709288   Radiation Scattering               Radiation Scattering




3709291   Radiation Sickness                 Radiation Sickness

3709531   Radio And Wire Integration         Radio And Wire Integration

3709534   Radio Approach Aids                Radio Approach Aids


3709537   Radio Beacon                       Radio Beacon

3709540   Radio Countermeasures              Radio Countermeasures

3709543   Radio Deception                    Radio Deception

3709546   Radio Detection                    Radio Detection

3709549   Radio Direction Finding            Radio Direction Finding


3709552   Radio Direction Finding Database   Radio Direction Finding Database



3709555   Radio Fix                          Radio Fix


          Radio Frequency                    Radio Frequency
3709558
          Countermeasures                    Countermeasures


3709561   Radio Guard                        Radio Guard
3709588   Radio Magnetic Indicator              Radio Magnetic Indicator

3709591   Radio Navigation                      Radio Navigation

3709594   Radio Range Finding                   Radio Range Finding

3709597   Radio Range Station                   Radio Range Station


3709600   Radio Silence                         Radio Silence

3709603   Radio Telegraphy                      Radio Telegraphy
3709606   Radio Telephony                       Radio Telephony
3709294   Radioactive Decay                     Radioactive Decay
3709297   Radioactive Decay Curve               Radioactive Decay Curve

3709522   Radioactive Decay Rate                Radioactive Decay Rate

3709525   Radioactivity                         Radioactivity

3709528   Radioactivity Concentration Guide     Radioactivity Concentration Guide


3709564   Radiological Accident                 Radiological Accident


3709567   Radiological Defense                  Radiological Defense

3709570   Radiological Dispersal Device         Radiological Dispersal Device

3709573   Radiological Environment              Radiological Environment
3709576   Radiological Monitoring               Radiological Monitoring

3709579   Radiological Operation                Radiological Operation

3709582   Radiological Survey                   Radiological Survey
3709585   Radiological Survey Flight Altitude   Radiological Survey Flight Altitude

3709609   Radius Of Action                      Radius Of Action

3709612   Radius Of Damage                      Radius Of Damage

3709615   Radius Of Integration                 Radius Of Integration

3709618   Radius Of Safety                      Radius Of Safety


3709621   Raid                                  Raid
3709624   Railhead                Railhead

3709627   Railway Line Capacity   Railway Line Capacity

3709630   Railway Loading Ramp    Railway Loading Ramp

3709633   Rainfall (Nuclear)      Rainfall (Nuclear)

3709636   Rainout                 Rainout

3709639   Ramjet                  Ramjet

3709642   Random Minelaying       Random Minelaying




3709939   Range                   Range




3709942   Range Markers           Range Markers


3709948   Range Spread            Range Spread




3709945   Rangers                 Rangers




3709951   Ranging                 Ranging

3709954   Rapid Global Mobility   Rapid Global Mobility


3709957   Rapid Response Force    Rapid Response Force

3709963   Rate Of Fire            Rate Of Fire

3709966   Rate Of March           Rate Of March

3709960   Rated Load              Rated Load

3709969   Ratification            Ratification

3709978   Ratio Print             Ratio Print
3709975   Ration Dense                     Ration Dense




3709972   Rationalization                  Rationalization




3709981   Ratline                          Ratline

3709987   Reachback                        Reachback


3709990   Reaction Time                    Reaction Time




3709993   Readiness                        Readiness




3709996   Readiness Condition              Readiness Condition

3709999   Ready Position                   Ready Position


3710002   Ready Reserve                    Ready Reserve

3710005   Ready-To-Load Date               Ready-To-Load Date

3710011   Real Property                    Real Property


3710014   Real Time                        Real Time


3710008   Reallocation Authority           Reallocation Authority



3710017   Rear Area                        Rear Area


          Rear Area Operations Center/Rear Rear Area Operations Center/Rear
3710020
          Tactical Operations Center       Tactical Operations Center
3710023   Rear Echelon                     Rear Echelon
3710026   Rear Guard                       Rear Guard




3710272   Rearming                         Rearming




3710275   Rebuild                          Rebuild

3710278   Receipt                          Receipt

3710281   Receipt Into The Supply System   Receipt Into The Supply System

3710284   Receiving Ship                   Receiving Ship




3710287   Reception                        Reception




3710290   Reclama                          Reclama


3710293   Recognition                      Recognition


3710296   Recognition Signal               Recognition Signal
3710299   Recompression Chamber            Recompression Chamber

3710302   Reconnaissance                   Reconnaissance


3710305   Reconnaissance By Fire           Reconnaissance By Fire

          Reconnaissance Exploitation      Reconnaissance Exploitation
3710308
          Report                           Report

3710311   Reconnaissance In Force          Reconnaissance In Force
3710314   Reconnaissance Patrol         Reconnaissance Patrol

3710317   Reconnaissance Photography    Reconnaissance Photography



3710320   Reconstitution Site           Reconstitution Site


3710323   Record Information            Record Information

3710326   Recoverable Item              Recoverable Item




3710329   Recovery                      Recovery




3710332   Recovery Activation Signal    Recovery Activation Signal


3710335   Recovery Airfield             Recovery Airfield




3710338   Recovery And Reconstitution   Recovery And Reconstitution




3710341   Recovery Force                Recovery Force




3710344   Recovery Mechanism            Recovery Mechanism



3710347   Recovery Operations           Recovery Operations

3710350   Recovery Procedures           Recovery Procedures

3710593   Recovery Site                 Recovery Site


3710596   Recovery Team                 Recovery Team


3710599   Recovery Vehicle              Recovery Vehicle
3710602   Recovery Zone              Recovery Zone

3710605   Rectification              Rectification

3710608   Recuperation               Recuperation



3710611   Recurring Demand           Recurring Demand




3710620   Red Horse                  Red Horse




3710614   Redeployment               Redeployment




3710617   Redeployment Airfield      Redeployment Airfield




3710623   Redistribution             Redistribution




3710626   Reduced Charge             Reduced Charge


3710629   Reduced Lighting           Reduced Lighting




3710632   Reduced Operating Status   Reduced Operating Status




3710635   Reduction                  Reduction

3710638   Reduction (Photographic)   Reduction (Photographic)

3710641   Reefer                     Reefer
3710644   Reentry Vehicle                   Reentry Vehicle


3710647   Reference Datum                   Reference Datum


3710650   Reference Diversion Point         Reference Diversion Point

3710653   Reference Point                   Reference Point


3710656   Reflected Shock Wave              Reflected Shock Wave



3710659   Reflex Sight                      Reflex Sight



3710662   Refraction                        Refraction



3710665   Refuge Area                       Refuge Area


3710668   Refugee                           Refugee


3710671   Regimental Landing Team           Regimental Landing Team


3710674   Regional Air Defense Commander Regional Air Defense Commander


3710677   Regional Liaison Group            Regional Liaison Group


          Regional Response Coordination    Regional Response Coordination
3710887
          Center                            Center




          Regional Satellite Communications Regional Satellite Communications
3710890
          Support Center                    Support Center




3710893   Regional Security Officer         Regional Security Officer
3710896   Register                      Register

3710899   Registration                  Registration
3710902   Registration Fire             Registration Fire

3710905   Registration Point            Registration Point


3710908   Regrade                       Regrade

3710911   Regular Drill                 Regular Drill

3710914   Regulated Item                Regulated Item




3710917   Regulating Point              Regulating Point



3710920   Regulating Station            Regulating Station




3710923   Rehabilitation                Rehabilitation




3710926   Rehabilitative Care           Rehabilitative Care




3710929   Rehearsal Phase               Rehearsal Phase


3710932   Reinforcement Training Unit   Reinforcement Training Unit

3710935   Reinforcing                   Reinforcing



3710938   Reinforcing Obstacles         Reinforcing Obstacles


3710941   Reintegrate                   Reintegrate


3710944   Relateral Tell                Relateral Tell
3710947   Relative Altitude                   Relative Altitude

3710950   Relative Bearing                    Relative Bearing


3710953   Relative Biological Effectiveness   Relative Biological Effectiveness


3710956   Release                             Release

3710959   Release Altitude                    Release Altitude


3710962   Release Point (Road)                Release Point (Road)


          Releasing Commander (Nuclear        Releasing Commander (Nuclear
3710965
          Weapons)                            Weapons)

3710968   Releasing Officer                   Releasing Officer

3710971   Reliability Diagram                 Reliability Diagram

3710974   Reliability Of Source               Reliability Of Source

3710977   Relief                              Relief


3711196   Relief In Place                     Relief In Place



3711199   Religious Support                   Religious Support




3711202   Religious Support Plan              Religious Support Plan




3711205   Religious Support Team              Religious Support Team
3711208   Relocatable Building       Relocatable Building




3711211   Remain-Behind Equipment    Remain-Behind Equipment
3711214   Remaining Forces           Remaining Forces

3711217   Remote Delivery            Remote Delivery

3711220   Remotely Piloted Vehicle   Remotely Piloted Vehicle

3711223   Render Safe Procedures     Render Safe Procedures

3711226   Rendezvous Area            Rendezvous Area

3711229   Reorder Cycle              Reorder Cycle

3711232   Reorder Point              Reorder Point


3711235   Repair                     Repair




3711238   Repair And Restoration     Repair And Restoration




3711241   Repair Cycle               Repair Cycle

3711244   Repair Cycle Aircraft      Repair Cycle Aircraft

3711247   Reparable Item             Reparable Item

3711250   Repatriate                 Repatriate




3711253   Repatriation               Repatriation



3711256   Replacement Demand         Replacement Demand
3711259   Replacement Factor               Replacement Factor

3711262   Replacements                     Replacements
3711265   Replenishment At Sea             Replenishment At Sea

3711268   Reported Unit                    Reported Unit


3711271   Reporting Post                   Reporting Post


3711274   Reporting Time Interval          Reporting Time Interval


3711277   Representative Downwind Direction Representative Downwind Direction

3711280   Representative Downwind Speed    Representative Downwind Speed
3711283   Representative Fraction          Representative Fraction

3711478   Request For Assistance           Request For Assistance




3711481   Request For Information          Request For Information




3711484   Request Modify                   Request Modify

3711487   Required Delivery Date           Required Delivery Date




          Required Supply Rate             Required Supply Rate
3711490
          (Ammunition)                     (Ammunition)




3711493   Requirements                     Requirements

3711496   Requirements Capability          Requirements Capability
          Requirements Management      Requirements Management
3711499
          System                       System



3711502   Requisition                  Requisition




3711505   Requisitioning Objective     Requisitioning Objective




3711508   Rescue Ship                  Rescue Ship

3711511   Research                     Research

3711514   Reseau                       Reseau


3711517   Reservation                  Reservation




3711520   Reserve                      Reserve




3711523   Reserve Aircraft             Reserve Aircraft


3711526   Reserve Component Category   Reserve Component Category




3711529   Reserve Components           Reserve Components




3711538   Reserve Supplies             Reserve Supplies


3711532   Reserved Obstacles           Reserved Obstacles
3711535   Reserved Route                     Reserved Route


3711541   Residual Capabilities Assessment   Residual Capabilities Assessment



3711544   Residual Contamination             Residual Contamination

3711784   Residual Forces                    Residual Forces


3711787   Residual Radiation                 Residual Radiation




3711790   Residual Radioactivity             Residual Radioactivity




3711793   Resistance Movement                Resistance Movement



3711796   Resolution                         Resolution




3711799   Resource Management Operations Resource Management Operations




3711802   Resources                          Resources

3711805   Response Force                     Response Force




3711808   Responsibility                     Responsibility




3711811   Rest And Recuperation              Rest And Recuperation

3711814   Restitution                        Restitution

3711817   Restitution Factor                 Restitution Factor
3711820   Restraint                        Restraint


3711823   Restraint Of Loads               Restraint Of Loads



3711826   Restricted Area                  Restricted Area




3711829   Restricted Areas (Air)           Restricted Areas (Air)


3711832   Restricted Dangerous Air Cargo   Restricted Dangerous Air Cargo




3711835   Restricted Data                  Restricted Data




3711838   Restricted Items List            Restricted Items List


3711841   Restricted Operations Area       Restricted Operations Area




3711844   Restricted Target List           Restricted Target List




3711847   Restrictive Fire Area            Restrictive Fire Area


3711850   Restrictive Fire Line            Restrictive Fire Line

3711853   Restrictive Fire Plan            Restrictive Fire Plan

3711856   Resupply                         Resupply

3711859   Resuscitative Care               Resuscitative Care
3712117   Retained Personnel             Retained Personnel




3712120   Retired Reserve                Retired Reserve


3712123   Retirement                     Retirement
3712126   Retrofit Action                Retrofit Action
3712129   Retrograde Cargo               Retrograde Cargo

3712132   Retrograde Movement            Retrograde Movement

3712135   Retrograde Operation           Retrograde Operation
3712138   Retrograde Personnel           Retrograde Personnel
3712144   Return Load                    Return Load

3712147   Return To Base                 Return To Base



3712141   Returned To Military Control   Returned To Military Control



3712150   Revolving Fund                 Revolving Fund

3712153   Right (Left) Bank              Right (Left) Bank
3712156   Right (Or Left)                Right (Or Left)

3712159   Riot Control Agent             Riot Control Agent


3712162   Riot Control Operations        Riot Control Operations

3712165   Rising Mine                    Rising Mine

3712168   Risk                           Risk

3712171   Risk Assessment                Risk Assessment
3712174   Risk Management                     Risk Management


3712177   Riverine Area                       Riverine Area




3712180   Riverine Operations                 Riverine Operations



3712183   Road Block                          Road Block

3712186   Road Capacity                       Road Capacity

3712189   Road Clearance Time                 Road Clearance Time

3712192   Road Hazard Sign                    Road Hazard Sign

3712195   Road Net                            Road Net

3712198   Road Space                          Road Space



3712201   Rocket Propulsion                   Rocket Propulsion



3712204   Roentgen                            Roentgen


3712207   Roentgen Equivalent Mammal          Roentgen Equivalent Mammal

3712210   Role Number                         Role Number

3712213   Role Specialist Nation              Role Specialist Nation

3712216   Roll Back                           Roll Back

3712219   Roll-In-Point                       Roll-In-Point




3712462   Roll-On/Roll-Off Discharge Facility Roll-On/Roll-Off Discharge Facility




3712465   Roll-Up                             Roll-Up

3712468   Romper                              Romper
3712471   Rope                              Rope

3712474   Rough Terrain Container Handler   Rough Terrain Container Handler

3712477   Route                             Route



3712480   Route Capacity                    Route Capacity



3712483   Route Classification              Route Classification

3712486   Route Lanes                       Route Lanes

3712489   Routine Message                   Routine Message

3712492   Routine Supplies                  Routine Supplies




3712495   Routing Indicator                 Routing Indicator




3712498   Rules For The Use Of Force        Rules For The Use Of Force



3712501   Rules Of Engagement               Rules Of Engagement



3712504   Run                               Run



3712507   Runway Visual Range               Runway Visual Range



3712510   Rupture Zone                      Rupture Zone


3712513   Ruse                              Ruse

3707710   S-Bend Distortion                 S-Bend Distortion

3708055   S-Curve Distortion                S-Curve Distortion

3708058   S-Day                             S-Day
3712516   Sabotage                      Sabotage

3712519   Sabotage Alert Team           Sabotage Alert Team

3712522   Safe Anchorage                Safe Anchorage

3712525   Safe Area                     Safe Area

3712528   Safe Burst Height             Safe Burst Height

3712531   Safe Current                  Safe Current


3712534   Safe Depth                    Safe Depth


3712537   Safe Distance                 Safe Distance




3712540   Safe Haven                    Safe Haven




3712543   Safe House                    Safe House

3707644   Safe Separation Distance      Safe Separation Distance

3707647   Safety And Arming Mechanism   Safety And Arming Mechanism

3707650   Safety Device                 Safety Device

3707653   Safety Distance               Safety Distance

3707656   Safety Fuze                   Safety Fuze

3707659   Safety Height                 Safety Height

3707662   Safety Lane                   Safety Lane


3707665   Safety Level Of Supply        Safety Level Of Supply



3707668   Safety Line                   Safety Line
3707671   Safety Wire                          Safety Wire

3707674   Safety Zone                          Safety Zone

3707677   Safing                               Safing


3707680   Safing And Arming Mechanism          Safing And Arming Mechanism



3707683   Salted Weapon                        Salted Weapon




3707686   Salvage                              Salvage



3707689   Salvage Group                        Salvage Group




3707692   Salvage Operation                    Salvage Operation




3707695   Salvo                                Salvo


3707698   Sanction Enforcement                 Sanction Enforcement


3707701   Sanctuary                            Sanctuary



3707704   Sanitize                             Sanitize



3707707   Satellite And Missile Surveillance   Satellite And Missile Surveillance



3707713   Scale                                Scale

3707716   Scale (Photographic)                 Scale (Photographic)
3707719   Scaling Law                         Scaling Law




3707722   Scan                                Scan

3707725   Scan Line                           Scan Line
3707728   Scan Period                         Scan Period
3707731   Scan Rate                           Scan Rate

3707734   Scan Type                           Scan Type


3707737   Scatterable Mine                    Scatterable Mine


3707740   Scene Of Action Commander           Scene Of Action Commander


3708025   Schedule Of Fire                    Schedule Of Fire


3708028   Schedule Of Targets                 Schedule Of Targets

3707743   Scheduled Arrival Date              Scheduled Arrival Date
3707746   Scheduled Fire                      Scheduled Fire

3707749   Scheduled Maintenance               Scheduled Maintenance

3707752   Scheduled Service (Air Transport)   Scheduled Service (Air Transport)

3708013   Scheduled Speed                     Scheduled Speed

3708016   Scheduled Target                    Scheduled Target



3708019   Scheduled Target (Nuclear)          Scheduled Target (Nuclear)


3708022   Scheduled Wave                      Scheduled Wave


3708031   Scheduling And Movement             Scheduling And Movement



          Scheduling And Movement             Scheduling And Movement
3708034
          Capability                          Capability
3708037   Scheme Of Maneuver         Scheme Of Maneuver




          Scientific And Technical   Scientific And Technical
3708040
          Intelligence               Intelligence



3708043   Scientific Intelligence    Scientific Intelligence




3708046   Screen                     Screen




3708049   Screening Group            Screening Group

3708052   Scribing                   Scribing

3708064   Sea Areas                  Sea Areas



3708067   Sea Barge                  Sea Barge




3708076   Sea Control Operations     Sea Control Operations



3708079   Sea Echelon                Sea Echelon

3708082   Sea Echelon Area           Sea Echelon Area


3708085   Sea Echelon Plan           Sea Echelon Plan


3708088   Sea Frontier               Sea Frontier


3708391   Sea State                  Sea State
3708394   Sea Surveillance                 Sea Surveillance



3708397   Sea Surveillance System          Sea Surveillance System

3708061   Sea-Air-Land Team                Sea-Air-Land Team

3708070   Seabasing                        Seabasing


3708073   Seaborne Forces                  Seaborne Forces



3708091   Sealed Cabin                     Sealed Cabin




3708343   Sealift Enhancement Features     Sealift Enhancement Features




3708346   Sealift Readiness Program        Sealift Readiness Program




3708349   Seaport                          Seaport



3708352   Search                           Search




3708355   Search And Rescue                Search And Rescue



3708358   Search And Rescue Alert Notice   Search And Rescue Alert Notice
          Search And Rescue Incident      Search And Rescue Incident
3708361
          Classification                  Classification




3708364   Search And Rescue Region        Search And Rescue Region

3708367   Search Attack Unit              Search Attack Unit

3708376   Search Jammer                   Search Jammer

3708379   Search Mission                  Search Mission


3708382   Search Radius                   Search Radius


3708385   Search Sweeping                 Search Sweeping

3708370   Searched Channel                Searched Channel

3708373   Searching Fire                  Searching Fire

3708388   Seashed                         Seashed

3708400   Seaward Launch Point            Seaward Launch Point

3708403   Seaward Recovery Point          Seaward Recovery Point

3708430   Second Strike                   Second Strike


3708406   Secondary Censorship            Secondary Censorship



3708409   Secondary Imagery Dissemination Secondary Imagery Dissemination
          Secondary Imagery Dissemination Secondary Imagery Dissemination
3708412
          System                          System
3708415   Secondary Loads                 Secondary Loads

3708418   Secondary Port                  Secondary Port

3708421   Secondary Rescue Facilities     Secondary Rescue Facilities
3708424   Secondary Road                     Secondary Road

3708427   Secondary Wave Breaker System      Secondary Wave Breaker System

3708433   Secret                             Secret

          Secret Internet Protocol Router    Secret Internet Protocol Router
3708688
          Network                            Network

3708436   Secretary Of A Military Department Secretary Of A Military Department




3708691   Section                            Section




3708694   Sector Air Defense Commander       Sector Air Defense Commander


3708697   Sector Of Fire                     Sector Of Fire

3708700   Sector Scan                        Sector Scan

3708703   Secure                             Secure




3708706   Security                           Security




3708709   Security Alert Team                Security Alert Team




3708712   Security Assistance                Security Assistance
3708715   Security Assistance Organization   Security Assistance Organization




3708718   Security Certification             Security Certification




3708721   Security Classification            Security Classification




3708724   Security Clearance                 Security Clearance




3708727   Security Cooperation               Security Cooperation




3708730   Security Cooperation Activity      Security Cooperation Activity




3708733   Security Cooperation Planning      Security Cooperation Planning



3708736   Security Countermeasures           Security Countermeasures



3709003   Security Intelligence              Security Intelligence




3709300   Security Review                    Security Review
3709303   Sedition                           Sedition

3709306   Seize                              Seize



3709309   Seizures                           Seizures




3709312   Selected Reserve                   Selected Reserve




3709315   Selected Reserve Strength          Selected Reserve Strength

3709318   Selective Identification Feature   Selective Identification Feature

3709321   Selective Jamming                  Selective Jamming

3709324   Selective Loading                  Selective Loading

3709327   Selective Mobilization             Selective Mobilization

3709330   Selective Release Process          Selective Release Process



3709333   Selective Unloading                Selective Unloading




3709336   Selenodesy                         Selenodesy




3709339   Self-Defense                       Self-Defense




3709342   Self-Destroying Fuze               Self-Destroying Fuze

3709345   Self-Protection Depth              Self-Protection Depth

3709348   Self-Sustaining Containership      Self-Sustaining Containership

3709351   Semi-Active Homing Guidance        Semi-Active Homing Guidance
3709354   Semi-Controlled Mosaic           Semi-Controlled Mosaic


3709357   Semipermanent Joint Task Force   Semipermanent Joint Task Force


          Senior Meteorological And        Senior Meteorological And
3709360
          Oceanographic Officer            Oceanographic Officer



3709363   Senior Officer Present Afloat    Senior Officer Present Afloat




3709366   Sensitive                        Sensitive




          Sensitive Compartmented          Sensitive Compartmented
3709369
          Information                      Information




          Sensitive Compartmented          Sensitive Compartmented
3709372
          Information Facility             Information Facility




3709375   Sensitive Site Exploitation      Sensitive Site Exploitation


3709378   Separation Zone                  Separation Zone


3710353   Sequel                           Sequel


3710356   Sequence Circuit                 Sequence Circuit

3710359   Sequenced Ejection System        Sequenced Ejection System


3710362   Serial                           Serial




3710365   Serial Assignment Table          Serial Assignment Table
3710368   Seriously Ill Or Injured         Seriously Ill Or Injured


3710371   Seriously Wounded                Seriously Wounded




3710374   Service Ammunition               Service Ammunition




3710377   Service Component Command        Service Component Command



3710380   Service Environment              Service Environment

3710383   Service Force Module             Service Force Module


3710386   Service Group                    Service Group

3710389   Service Mine                     Service Mine

3710395   Service Squadron                 Service Squadron



3710398   Service Test                     Service Test



3710401   Service Troops                   Service Troops




          Service-Organic Transportation   Service-Organic Transportation
3710392
          Assets                           Assets
3710404   Service-Unique Container   Service-Unique Container

3710407   Servicing                  Servicing
3710410   Severe Damage              Severe Damage

3710413   Shaded Relief              Shaded Relief

3710416   Shadowing                  Shadowing

3710419   Shallow Fording            Shallow Fording

3710422   Shaped Charge              Shaped Charge


3709645   Shared Data Environment    Shared Data Environment


3709648   Shear Link Assembly        Shear Link Assembly
3709651   Sheet Explosive            Sheet Explosive
3709654   Sheetlines                 Sheetlines

3709657   Shelf Life                 Shelf Life

3709660   Shell (Specify)            Shell (Specify)

3709663   Shelter                    Shelter


3709666   Shielding                  Shielding


3709669   Shifting Fire              Shifting Fire

3709672   Ship Counter               Ship Counter

3709675   Ship Haven                 Ship Haven

3709678   Ship Influence             Ship Influence

3709696   Ship-To-Shore Movement     Ship-To-Shore Movement

3709681   Shipping Configuration     Shipping Configuration
3709684   Shipping Control           Shipping Control

3709687   Shipping Designator        Shipping Designator

3709690   Shipping Lane              Shipping Lane
3709693   Shipping Time                      Shipping Time

3709699   Shoal                              Shoal

3709702   Shock Front                        Shock Front


3709705   Shore Fire Control Party           Shore Fire Control Party




3709711   Shore Party                        Shore Party




3709714   Shore-To-Shore Movement            Shore-To-Shore Movement

3709708   Shoreline Effect                   Shoreline Effect
3709729   Short Scope Buoy                   Short Scope Buoy

3709732   Short Supply                       Short Supply


3709735   Short Takeoff And Landing          Short Takeoff And Landing


          Short Takeoff And Vertical Landing Short Takeoff And Vertical Landing
3709738
          Aircraft                           Aircraft


3709741   Short Title                        Short Title

          Short-Range Air Defense            Short-Range Air Defense
3709720
          Engagement Zone                    Engagement Zone
3709723   Short-Range Ballistic Missile      Short-Range Ballistic Missile
3709726   Short-Range Transport Aircraft     Short-Range Transport Aircraft

3709717   Shortfall                          Shortfall



3709744   Show Of Force                      Show Of Force


3709747   Shuttered Fuze                     Shuttered Fuze

3709753   Side Oblique Air Photograph        Side Oblique Air Photograph
3709756   Side Overlap                       Side Overlap

3709750   Side-Looking Airborne Radar        Side-Looking Airborne Radar
3709759   Sighting                         Sighting




3710680   Sigint Direct Service            Sigint Direct Service




3710683   Sigint Direct Service Activity   Sigint Direct Service Activity



3710686   Sigint Direct Support            Sigint Direct Support



3710689   Sigint Direct Support Unit       Sigint Direct Support Unit



3710692   Sigint Operational Control       Sigint Operational Control




3710695   Sigint Operational Tasking       Sigint Operational Tasking




          Sigint Operational Tasking       Sigint Operational Tasking
3710698
          Authority                        Authority


3710701   Sigint Resources                 Sigint Resources



3710704   Sigint Support Plans             Sigint Support Plans




3710707   Signal                           Signal




3710710   Signal Center                    Signal Center

3710713   Signal Letters                   Signal Letters
3710716   Signal Operation Instructions        Signal Operation Instructions

3710719   Signal Security                      Signal Security

3710725   Signal-To-Noise Ratio                Signal-To-Noise Ratio




3710722   Signals Intelligence                 Signals Intelligence



3710728   Signature Equipment                  Signature Equipment

3710731   Signed Route                         Signed Route


3710734   Significant Wave Height              Significant Wave Height


3710737   Silver Triangle                      Silver Triangle

          Simulative Electromagnetic           Simulative Electromagnetic
3710740
          Deception                            Deception

3710743   Simultaneous Engagement              Simultaneous Engagement

3710749   Single Department Purchase           Single Department Purchase


3710752   Single Flow Route                    Single Flow Route




          Single Integrated Theater Logistic   Single Integrated Theater Logistic
3709006
          Manager                              Manager




3709009   Single Manager For Transportation Single Manager For Transportation
3709012   Single Port Manager         Single Port Manager




3710746   Single-Anchor Leg Mooring   Single-Anchor Leg Mooring



3709015   Single-Service Manager      Single-Service Manager

3709018   Single-Spot Ship            Single-Spot Ship

3709021   Sinker                      Sinker

3709024   Situation Map               Situation Map
3709027   Situation Report            Situation Report




3709030   Situation Template          Situation Template




3709033   Skim Sweeping               Skim Sweeping

3709036   Skin Paint                  Skin Paint
3709039   Skin Tracking               Skin Tracking
3709042   Slant Range                 Slant Range


3709045   Slated Items                Slated Items
3709048   Slice                      Slice


3709051   Slightly Wounded           Slightly Wounded

3709054   Small Arms                 Small Arms

3709057   Small Arms Ammunition      Small Arms Ammunition


3709060   Small Austere Airfield     Small Austere Airfield




3709063   Small-Lot Storage          Small-Lot Storage

3709066   Small-Scale Map            Small-Scale Map

3709069   Smoke Screen               Smoke Screen

3709072   Snagline Mine              Snagline Mine

3709075   Soft Missile Base          Soft Missile Base
3710029   Soil Shear Strength        Soil Shear Strength

3710032   Solatium Payments          Solatium Payments

3710035   Solenoid Sweep             Solenoid Sweep

3710038   Sonar                      Sonar

3710041   Sonic                      Sonic

3710044   Sonobuoy                   Sonobuoy

3710047   Sortie                     Sortie

3710050   Sortie Allotment Message   Sortie Allotment Message

3710053   Sortie Number              Sortie Number
3710056   Sortie Plot                Sortie Plot
3710059   Sortie Reference           Sortie Reference

3710062   Sorting                    Sorting
3710065   Source                    Source




3710068   Source Registry           Source Registry




3710071   Space Assignment          Space Assignment



3710074   Space Available Mail      Space Available Mail


3710077   Space Capability          Space Capability




3710080   Space Control             Space Control




3710083   Space Environment         Space Environment




3710086   Space Force Application   Space Force Application
3710089   Space Force Enhancement   Space Force Enhancement




3710092   Space Forces              Space Forces


3710095   Space Power               Space Power


3710098   Space Sensor              Space Sensor



3710101   Space Superiority         Space Superiority




3710104   Space Support             Space Support




3710980   Space Support Team        Space Support Team




3710983   Space Surveillance        Space Surveillance




3710986   Space Weather             Space Weather
          Span Of Detonation (Atomic        Span Of Detonation (Atomic
3710989
          Demolition Munition Employment)   Demolition Munition Employment)




3706921   Special (Or Project) Equipment    Special (Or Project) Equipment


3710992   Special Actions                   Special Actions




3710995   Special Activities                Special Activities




3710998   Special Agent                     Special Agent

3711001   Special Air Operation             Special Air Operation

3711004   Special Ammunition Supply Point   Special Ammunition Supply Point


          Special Assignment Airlift        Special Assignment Airlift
3711007
          Requirements                      Requirements




3711010   Special Boat Squadron             Special Boat Squadron



3711013   Special Boat Team                 Special Boat Team

3711016   Special Cargo                     Special Cargo

          Special Events For Homeland       Special Events For Homeland
3711022
          Security                          Security

3711025   Special Forces                    Special Forces
3711028   Special Forces Group             Special Forces Group




3711031   Special Forces Operations Base   Special Forces Operations Base




3711034   Special Hazard                   Special Hazard



3711037   Special Information Operations   Special Information Operations


3706882   Special Mission Unit             Special Mission Unit




3706885   Special Operations               Special Operations




          Special Operations Combat Control Special Operations Combat Control
3706888
          Team                              Team




3706891   Special Operations Command       Special Operations Command




          Special Operations Command And Special Operations Command And
3706894
          Control Element                Control Element
3706897   Special Operations Forces          Special Operations Forces




3706900   Special Operations Liaison Element Special Operations Liaison Element




          Special Operations Mission         Special Operations Mission
3706903
          Planning Folder                    Planning Folder



          Special Operations Naval Mobile    Special Operations Naval Mobile
3706906
          Environment Team                   Environment Team


          Special Operations Terminal Attack Special Operations Terminal Attack
3706912
          Controller                         Controller



          Special Operations Weather         Special Operations Weather
3706915
          Team/Tactical Element              Team/Tactical Element


3706918   Special Operations Wing            Special Operations Wing




3706909   Special Operations-Peculiar        Special Operations-Peculiar




          Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground
3707152
          Task Force                        Task Force
3707008   Special Reconnaissance             Special Reconnaissance




3707011   Special Staff                      Special Staff




3707014   Special Tactics                    Special Tactics




3707017   Special Tactics Team               Special Tactics Team




3707020   Special Unloading Berth            Special Unloading Berth

3707023   Special Weapons                    Special Weapons

3711019   Special-Equipment Vehicle          Special-Equipment Vehicle

3707005   Special-Purpose Vehicle            Special-Purpose Vehicle

3706876   Specialist Intelligence Report     Specialist Intelligence Report


3706879   Specialization                     Specialization


          Specific Intelligence Collection   Specific Intelligence Collection
3707026
          Requirement                        Requirement
3707029   Specific Search                    Specific Search
3707032   Specified Combatant Command        Specified Combatant Command


3707035   Specified Command                  Specified Command



3707038   Specified Task                     Specified Task


3707041   Spectrozonal Photography           Spectrozonal Photography
3707044   Speed Of Advance             Speed Of Advance


3707047   Speed Of Sound               Speed Of Sound



3707050   Spillover                    Spillover


3707053   Spin Stabilization           Spin Stabilization

3707056   Split Cameras                Split Cameras
3707059   Split Pair                   Split Pair

3707065   Split Vertical Photography   Split Vertical Photography

3707062   Split-Up                     Split-Up

3707068   Spoiling Attack              Spoiling Attack



3707074   Spoke                        Spoke

3707071   Sponsor                      Sponsor

3707077   Spot                         Spot

3707080   Spot Elevation               Spot Elevation
3707083   Spot Jamming                 Spot Jamming
3707086   Spot Net                     Spot Net



3707089   Spot Report                  Spot Report



3707092   Spot Size                    Spot Size

3707095   Spotter                      Spotter


3707098   Spotting Line                Spotting Line

3707101   Spray Dome                   Spray Dome

3707104   Spreader Bar                 Spreader Bar
3707155   Spreading Fire                     Spreading Fire

3707158   Sprocket                           Sprocket



3707161   Squadron                           Squadron



3707164   Squib                              Squib


3707167   Squirt                             Squirt




3707170   Staballoy                          Staballoy




3707173   Stability Operations               Stability Operations




3707176   Stabilized Glide Slope Indicator   Stabilized Glide Slope Indicator



3707179   Stabilized Patient                 Stabilized Patient

3707182   Stable Base Film                   Stable Base Film

3707185   Stable Patient                     Stable Patient

3707188   Staff                              Staff

3707191   Staff Estimates                    Staff Estimates

3707194   Staff Judge Advocate               Staff Judge Advocate



3707197   Staff Supervision                  Staff Supervision




3707200   Stage                              Stage
3707203   Staged Crews                        Staged Crews




3707206   Staging                             Staging




3707209   Staging Area                        Staging Area




3707212   Staging Base                        Staging Base




3707326   Stand Fast                          Stand Fast




3707215   Standard Advanced Base Units        Standard Advanced Base Units


3707221   Standard Operating Procedure        Standard Operating Procedure
3707224   Standard Parallel                   Standard Parallel
3707227   Standard Pattern                    Standard Pattern

3707311   Standard Positioning System         Standard Positioning System


3707314   Standard Route                      Standard Route

3707317   Standard Unit                       Standard Unit


          Standard Use Army Aircraft Flight   Standard Use Army Aircraft Flight
3707320
          Route                               Route
3707218   Standardization                      Standardization




3707323   Standby Reserve                      Standby Reserve



3707329   Standing Operating Procedure         Standing Operating Procedure

3707332   Standing Order                       Standing Order

          Standing Rules For The Use Of        Standing Rules For The Use Of
3707335
          Force                                Force

3707338   State And Regional Defense Airlift   State And Regional Defense Airlift
3707344   State Of Readiness                   State Of Readiness


3707347   State Of Readiness--State 1--Safe State Of Readiness--State 1--Safe



          State Of Readiness--State 2--        State Of Readiness--State 2--
3707350
          Armed                                Armed


3707341   Stateless Person                     Stateless Person

3707353   Static Air Temperature               Static Air Temperature

3707356   Static Line (Air Transport)          Static Line (Air Transport)

3707359   Static Line Cable                    Static Line Cable
3707362   Static Marking                       Static Marking




3707365   Station                              Station




3707368   Station Authentication               Station Authentication
3707371   Station Time                      Station Time




3707374   Stay Behind                       Stay Behind

3707377   Stay Behind Force                 Stay Behind Force

3707380   Stellar Guidance                  Stellar Guidance

3707383   Stepped-Up Separation             Stepped-Up Separation


3707386   Stereographic Coverage            Stereographic Coverage




3707389   Sterilize                         Sterilize



3707392   Sterilizer                        Sterilizer

3707395   Stick (Air Transport)             Stick (Air Transport)

3707398   Stick Commander (Air Transport)   Stick Commander (Air Transport)

3707485   Stimulants                        Stimulants



3707491   Stock Control                     Stock Control



3707494   Stock Coordination                Stock Coordination

3707497   Stock Level                       Stock Level
3707500   Stock Number                      Stock Number

3707506   Stock Record Account              Stock Record Account


3707488   Stockage Objective                Stockage Objective
3707503   Stockpile To Target Sequence   Stockpile To Target Sequence




3707509   Stop-Loss                      Stop-Loss




3707512   Storage                        Storage




3707515   Storage Life                   Storage Life



3707518   Storage Or Stowage             Storage Or Stowage


3707521   Stores                         Stores

3707524   Stowage                        Stowage

3707527   Stowage Diagram                Stowage Diagram

3707530   Stowage Factor                 Stowage Factor




3707533   Stowage Plan                   Stowage Plan



3707536   Strafing                       Strafing


3707539   Straggler                      Straggler
3707542   Strapping                            Strapping



3707545   Strategic Advantage                  Strategic Advantage

3707551   Strategic Air Transport              Strategic Air Transport

3707554   Strategic Air Transport Operations   Strategic Air Transport Operations




3707557   Strategic Air Warfare                Strategic Air Warfare




3707548   Strategic Airlift                    Strategic Airlift


3707560   Strategic Communication              Strategic Communication



3707563   Strategic Concentration              Strategic Concentration



3705196   Strategic Concept                    Strategic Concept




3705040   Strategic Direction                  Strategic Direction




3705043   Strategic Estimate                   Strategic Estimate




3705046   Strategic Intelligence               Strategic Intelligence
3705049   Strategic Level Of War               Strategic Level Of War




3705052   Strategic Map                        Strategic Map


3705055   Strategic Material (Critical)        Strategic Material (Critical)


3705058   Strategic Mining                     Strategic Mining




3705061   Strategic Mission                    Strategic Mission




3705064   Strategic Mobility                   Strategic Mobility

3705067   Strategic Plan                       Strategic Plan

3705070   Strategic Psychological Activities   Strategic Psychological Activities



3705073   Strategic Sealift                    Strategic Sealift




3705076   Strategic Sealift Forces             Strategic Sealift Forces




3705079   Strategic Sealift Shipping           Strategic Sealift Shipping

3705082   Strategic Transport Aircraft         Strategic Transport Aircraft


3705085   Strategic Vulnerability              Strategic Vulnerability



3705088   Strategic Warning                    Strategic Warning
3705091   Strategic Warning Lead Time       Strategic Warning Lead Time




          Strategic Warning Post-Decision   Strategic Warning Post-Decision
3705094
          Time                              Time




          Strategic Warning Pre-Decision    Strategic Warning Pre-Decision
3705097
          Time                              Time


3705100   Strategy                          Strategy

3705106   Stretch Out                       Stretch Out

3705103   Stretcher                         Stretcher
3705109   Strike                            Strike


          Strike Coordination And           Strike Coordination And
3705199
          Reconnaissance                    Reconnaissance


3705205   Strike Photography                Strike Photography

3705202   Strikedown                        Strikedown

3705208   Strip Marker                      Strip Marker

3705211   Strip Plot                        Strip Plot

3705214   Strong Point                      Strong Point


3705217   Structured Message Text           Structured Message Text

3705220   Stuffing                          Stuffing

3705223   Subassembly                       Subassembly

3705226   Subgravity                        Subgravity

3705229   Subkiloton Weapon                 Subkiloton Weapon

3705232   Submarine Operating Authority     Submarine Operating Authority
3705235   Submarine Operations Area         Submarine Operations Area
3705238   Submarine Patrol Area               Submarine Patrol Area

3705241   Submunition                         Submunition

3705244   Subordinate Command                 Subordinate Command




3705247   Subordinate Unified Command         Subordinate Unified Command




3705250   Subscription                        Subscription


3705253   Subsidiary Landing                  Subsidiary Landing

3705256   Subsonic                            Subsonic


3705259   Substitute Transport-Type Vehicle   Substitute Transport-Type Vehicle


3705262   Subunified Command                  Subunified Command

3705265   Subversion                          Subversion

          Subversion Of Department Of         Subversion Of Department Of
3705268
          Defense Personnel                   Defense Personnel



3705271   Subversive Activity                 Subversive Activity




3705274   Subversive Political Action         Subversive Political Action


3705277   Summit                              Summit
3705280   Sun-Synchronous Orbit          Sun-Synchronous Orbit




3705283   Supercargo                     Supercargo

3705286   Supersonic                     Supersonic

3705289   Supervised Route               Supervised Route


3705292   Supplementary Facilities       Supplementary Facilities

3705373   Supplies                       Supplies




3705376   Supply                         Supply



3705379   Supply By Air                  Supply By Air

3705382   Supply Chain                   Supply Chain


3705385   Supply Chain Management        Supply Chain Management


3705388   Supply Control                 Supply Control

3705394   Supply Management              Supply Management


3705397   Supply Support Activity        Supply Support Activity


3705400   Supply Transaction Reporting   Supply Transaction Reporting

3705391   Supplying Ship                 Supplying Ship




3705403   Support                        Support
3705439   Support Items                  Support Items

3705442   Support To Counterinsurgency   Support To Counterinsurgency

3705445   Support To Insurgency          Support To Insurgency




3705406   Supported Commander            Supported Commander




3705409   Supporting Aircraft            Supporting Aircraft
3705412   Supporting Arms                Supporting Arms


          Supporting Arms Coordination   Supporting Arms Coordination
3705415
          Center                         Center


3705418   Supporting Artillery           Supporting Artillery



3705421   Supporting Attack              Supporting Attack




3705424   Supporting Commander           Supporting Commander




3705427   Supporting Fire                Supporting Fire

3705430   Supporting Forces              Supporting Forces


3705433   Supporting Operations          Supporting Operations


3705436   Supporting Plan                Supporting Plan


3705448   Suppression                    Suppression
3705748   Suppression Mission                   Suppression Mission




3705541   Suppressive Fire                      Suppressive Fire

3705580   Surf Line                             Surf Line

3705583   Surf Zone                             Surf Zone

3705544   Surface Action Group                  Surface Action Group

3705547   Surface Code                          Surface Code

3705550   Surface Combatant                     Surface Combatant


          Surface Deployment And                Surface Deployment And
3705553
          Distribution Command                  Distribution Command


3705556   Surface Smuggling Event               Surface Smuggling Event

3705574   Surface Warfare                       Surface Warfare

3705577   Surface Zero                          Surface Zero
3705559   Surface-To-Air Guided Missile         Surface-To-Air Guided Missile
3705562   Surface-To-Air Missile Envelope       Surface-To-Air Missile Envelope
3705565   Surface-To-Air Missile Installation   Surface-To-Air Missile Installation


3705568   Surface-To-Air Missile Site           Surface-To-Air Missile Site


3705571   Surface-To-Surface Guided Missile Surface-To-Surface Guided Missile


3705586   Surplus Property                      Surplus Property


3705589   Surprise Dosage Attack                Surprise Dosage Attack


3705592   Surveillance                          Surveillance


3705595   Surveillance Approach                 Surveillance Approach

3705598   Survey                                Survey
3705601   Survey Control Point            Survey Control Point
3705604   Survey Information Center       Survey Information Center
3705610   Survey Photography              Survey Photography


          Survey, Liaison, And            Survey, Liaison, And
3705607
          Reconnaissance Party            Reconnaissance Party




3705613   Survivability                   Survivability




3705616   Suspect                         Suspect



3705619   Suspension Equipment            Suspension Equipment

3705622   Suspension Strop                Suspension Strop
3705625   Sustainability                  Sustainability

3705628   Sustained Attrition Minefield   Sustained Attrition Minefield

3705631   Sustained Rate Of Fire          Sustained Rate Of Fire

3705634   Sustaining Stocks               Sustaining Stocks

3705637   Sustainment                     Sustainment

3705643   Sweep                           Sweep

3705649   Sweep Jamming                   Sweep Jamming

3705646   Sweeper Track                   Sweeper Track

3705640   Swell                           Swell

3705652   Swept Path                      Swept Path

3705655   Switch Horn                     Switch Horn
3705658   Sympathetic Detonation          Sympathetic Detonation
3705751   Synchronization                   Synchronization




3705754   Synchronized Clock                Synchronized Clock




3705757   Synchronous Orbit                 Synchronous Orbit



3705760   Synthesis                         Synthesis

3705763   Synthetic Exercise                Synthetic Exercise

3705766   System                            System

3705769   Systems Architecture              Systems Architecture

3705772   Systems Design                    Systems Design

3705775   Systems Support Contractors       Systems Support Contractors

3706438   T-Day                             T-Day

3705778   Table Of Allowance                Table Of Allowance




3705781   Taboo Frequencies                 Taboo Frequencies




3705784   Tacan                             Tacan

3705787   Tacit Arms Control Agreement      Tacit Arms Control Agreement

3705790   Tactical Aeromedical Evacuation   Tactical Aeromedical Evacuation
3705793   Tactical Air Command Center           Tactical Air Command Center




3705796   Tactical Air Commander (Ashore)       Tactical Air Commander (Ashore)


3705799   Tactical Air Control Center           Tactical Air Control Center

3705802   Tactical Air Control Party            Tactical Air Control Party

3705805   Tactical Air Coordinator (Airborne)   Tactical Air Coordinator (Airborne)


3705808   Tactical Air Direction Center         Tactical Air Direction Center



3705814   Tactical Air Groups (Shore-Based) Tactical Air Groups (Shore-Based)




3705817   Tactical Air Officer (Afloat)         Tactical Air Officer (Afloat)




3705904   Tactical Air Operation                Tactical Air Operation




3705907   Tactical Air Operations Center        Tactical Air Operations Center




3705910   Tactical Air Reconnaissance           Tactical Air Reconnaissance
3705913   Tactical Air Support                Tactical Air Support


3705916   Tactical Air Support Element        Tactical Air Support Element



3705919   Tactical Air Transport Operations   Tactical Air Transport Operations


          Tactical Airfield Fuel Dispensing   Tactical Airfield Fuel Dispensing
3705811
          System                              System


3705922   Tactical Assembly Area              Tactical Assembly Area

3705925   Tactical Call Sign                  Tactical Call Sign

3705928   Tactical Combat Force               Tactical Combat Force

3705931   Tactical Concept                    Tactical Concept




3705934   Tactical Control                    Tactical Control




3705937   Tactical Deception Group            Tactical Deception Group



3705940   Tactical Digital Information Link   Tactical Digital Information Link


3705943   Tactical Diversion                  Tactical Diversion

3705946   Tactical Event System               Tactical Event System


          Tactical Exploitation Of National   Tactical Exploitation Of National
3705949
          Capabilities                        Capabilities
          Tactical Information Processing     Tactical Information Processing
3705952
          And Interpretation System           And Interpretation System

3705955   Tactical Intelligence               Tactical Intelligence
          Tactical Intelligence And Related   Tactical Intelligence And Related
3705958
          Activities                          Activities




3705961   Tactical Level Of War               Tactical Level Of War


3705964   Tactical Loading                    Tactical Loading

3705967   Tactical Locality                   Tactical Locality

3705973   Tactical Map                        Tactical Map

3705976   Tactical Minefield                  Tactical Minefield



3706045   Tactical Mining                     Tactical Mining



          Tactical Nuclear Weapon             Tactical Nuclear Weapon
3706048
          Employment                          Employment


3706051   Tactical Obstacles                  Tactical Obstacles

3706054   Tactical Operations Center          Tactical Operations Center


3706057   Tactical Questioning                Tactical Questioning

3706060   Tactical Range                      Tactical Range


          Tactical Recovery Of Aircraft And   Tactical Recovery Of Aircraft And
3706063
          Personnel                           Personnel


3706066   Tactical Reserve                    Tactical Reserve


3706069   Tactical Security                   Tactical Security
3706072   Tactical Sub-Concept             Tactical Sub-Concept

3706075   Tactical Transport Aircraft      Tactical Transport Aircraft

3706078   Tactical Troops                  Tactical Troops

3706081   Tactical Unit                    Tactical Unit

3706084   Tactical Vehicle                 Tactical Vehicle




3706087   Tactical Warning                 Tactical Warning




3706090   Tactical Warning And Assessment Tactical Warning And Assessment

          Tactical Warning And Attack      Tactical Warning And Attack
3706093
          Assessment                       Assessment

3705970   Tactical-Logistical Group        Tactical-Logistical Group

3706096   Tactics                          Tactics

3706099   Tagline                          Tagline




3706102   Tanker Airlift Control Center    Tanker Airlift Control Center




3706105   Tanker Airlift Control Element   Tanker Airlift Control Element




3706108   Tare Weight                      Tare Weight
3706111   Target                         Target



3706114   Target Acquisition             Target Acquisition

3706117   Target Analysis                Target Analysis

3706120   Target Approach Point          Target Approach Point




3706231   Target Area Of Interest        Target Area Of Interest




3706234   Target Area Survey Base        Target Area Survey Base

3706237   Target Array                   Target Array

3706240   Target Audience                Target Audience
3706243   Target Base Line               Target Base Line

3706246   Target Bearing                 Target Bearing



3706249   Target Classification          Target Classification

3706252   Target Complex                 Target Complex

3706255   Target Component               Target Component

3706258   Target Concentration           Target Concentration

3706261   Target Critical Damage Point   Target Critical Damage Point


3706264   Target Data Inventory          Target Data Inventory

3706267   Target Date                    Target Date


3706270   Target Development             Target Development



3706273   Target Discrimination          Target Discrimination
3706276   Target Dossier              Target Dossier

3706279   Target Folder               Target Folder

3706282   Target Information Center   Target Information Center

3706288   Target Intelligence         Target Intelligence



3706291   Target Materials            Target Materials




3706294   Target Nomination List      Target Nomination List




3706297   Target Of Opportunity       Target Of Opportunity




3706300   Target Overlay              Target Overlay

3706303   Target Pattern              Target Pattern
3706306   Target Priority             Target Priority
3706309   Target Range                Target Range

3706312   Target Response (Nuclear)   Target Response (Nuclear)

3706315   Target Signature            Target Signature

3706318   Target Stress Point         Target Stress Point


3706321   Target System               Target System




3706324   Target System Analysis      Target System Analysis




3706405   Target System Assessment    Target System Assessment
3706408   Target System Component     Target System Component


3706285   Targeting                   Targeting


3706411   Task Component              Task Component

3706414   Task Element                Task Element



3706417   Task Force                  Task Force




3706420   Task Group                  Task Group


3706426   Task Organization           Task Organization

3706432   Task Unit                   Task Unit


3706429   Task-Organizing             Task-Organizing




3706423   Tasking Order               Tasking Order



3706435   Taxiway                     Taxiway

3706441   Tear Line                   Tear Line

3706444   Technical Analysis          Technical Analysis

3706447   Technical Architecture      Technical Architecture


3706450   Technical Assistance        Technical Assistance


3706453   Technical Characteristics   Technical Characteristics
3706456   Technical Documentation              Technical Documentation




3706459   Technical Escort                     Technical Escort

3706462   Technical Evaluation                 Technical Evaluation


3706465   Technical Information                Technical Information




3706468   Technical Intelligence               Technical Intelligence




3706471   Technical Operational Intelligence   Technical Operational Intelligence




3706474   Technical Specification              Technical Specification



3706477   Technical Supply Operations          Technical Supply Operations




          Technical Surveillance               Technical Surveillance
3706576
          Countermeasures                      Countermeasures




3706579   Technical Survey                     Technical Survey


3706582   Techniques                           Techniques

3706585   Telecommunication                    Telecommunication
3706588   Telecommunications Center      Telecommunications Center

3706591   Teleconference                 Teleconference

3706594   Telemedicine                   Telemedicine


3706597   Teleprocessing                 Teleprocessing

3706600   Television Imagery             Television Imagery
3706603   Telling                        Telling

3706606   Temperature Gradient           Temperature Gradient



3706609   Tempest                        Tempest



3706612   Temporary Interment            Temporary Interment



3706615   Terminal                       Terminal


3706618   Terminal Attack Control        Terminal Attack Control

3706621   Terminal Clearance Capacity    Terminal Clearance Capacity


3706624   Terminal Control               Terminal Control



3706627   Terminal Control Area          Terminal Control Area



3706630   Terminal Guidance              Terminal Guidance




3706633   Terminal Guidance Operations   Terminal Guidance Operations



3706636   Terminal Operations            Terminal Operations
3706639   Terminal Phase                   Terminal Phase




3706642   Terminal Velocity                Terminal Velocity



3706645   Termination Criteria             Termination Criteria


3706648   Terms Of Reference               Terms Of Reference



3706651   Terrain Analysis                 Terrain Analysis



3706654   Terrain Avoidance System         Terrain Avoidance System




3706720   Terrain Clearance System         Terrain Clearance System



3706723   Terrain Exercise                 Terrain Exercise

3706726   Terrain Flight                   Terrain Flight


3706729   Terrain Following System         Terrain Following System

3706732   Terrain Intelligence             Terrain Intelligence

3706735   Terrain Study                    Terrain Study

3706738   Terrestrial Environment          Terrestrial Environment

3706741   Terrestrial Reference Guidance   Terrestrial Reference Guidance

3706744   Territorial Airspace             Territorial Airspace




3706747   Territorial Sea                  Territorial Sea
3706750   Terrorism                            Terrorism



3706753   Terrorist                            Terrorist


3706756   Terrorist Group                      Terrorist Group




3706759   Terrorist Threat Level               Terrorist Threat Level




3706762   Test Depth                           Test Depth

3706765   Tests                                Tests

3706768   Theater                              Theater

3706771   Theater Airlift                      Theater Airlift

3706777   Theater Distribution                 Theater Distribution




3706780   Theater Distribution Management      Theater Distribution Management




3706783   Theater Hospitalization Capability   Theater Hospitalization Capability




3706786   Theater Missile                      Theater Missile
3706789   Theater Of Operations             Theater Of Operations




3706924   Theater Of War                    Theater Of War




          Theater Patient Movement          Theater Patient Movement
3706927
          Requirements Center               Requirements Center


          Theater Special Operations        Theater Special Operations
3706930
          Command                           Command



3706933   Theater Strategy                  Theater Strategy



3706936   Theater Support Contractors       Theater Support Contractors


          Theater-Assigned Transportation   Theater-Assigned Transportation
3706774
          Assets                            Assets


3706939   Thermal Crossover                 Thermal Crossover


3706942   Thermal Energy                    Thermal Energy


3706945   Thermal Exposure                  Thermal Exposure

3706948   Thermal Imagery                   Thermal Imagery

3706951   Thermal Pulse                     Thermal Pulse

3706954   Thermal Radiation                 Thermal Radiation


3706957   Thermal Shadow                    Thermal Shadow

3706960   Thermal X-Rays                    Thermal X-Rays

3706963   Thermonuclear                     Thermonuclear
3706966   Thermonuclear Weapon          Thermonuclear Weapon




3706969   Thorough Decontamination      Thorough Decontamination




3706972   Threat Analysis               Threat Analysis




          Threat And Vulnerability      Threat And Vulnerability
3706975
          Assessment                    Assessment


          Threat Identification And     Threat Identification And
3706978
          Assessment                    Assessment




3706981   Threat-Oriented Munitions     Threat-Oriented Munitions


3706984   Threshold                     Threshold




3706987   Throughput                    Throughput




3706990   Tie Down Diagram              Tie Down Diagram

3706993   Tie Down Point                Tie Down Point
3706996   Tie Down Point Pattern        Tie Down Point Pattern
3706999   Tilt Angle                    Tilt Angle


3707002   Time And Frequency Standard   Time And Frequency Standard



3707110   Time Fuze                     Time Fuze
3707113   Time Interval                 Time Interval

3707116   Time Of Attack                Time Of Attack

3707119   Time Of Delivery              Time Of Delivery

3707122   Time Of Flight                Time Of Flight

3707125   Time Of Origin                Time Of Origin
3707128   Time Of Receipt               Time Of Receipt

3707131   Time On Target                Time On Target

3707137   Time Over Target (Nuclear)    Time Over Target (Nuclear)

3707134   Time Over Target Conflict     Time Over Target Conflict

3707236   Time Slot                     Time Slot

3707239   Time To Target                Time To Target

3707107   Time-Definite Delivery        Time-Definite Delivery




          Time-Phased Force And         Time-Phased Force And
3707140
          Deployment Data               Deployment Data




          Time-Phased Force And         Time-Phased Force And
3707143
          Deployment Data Maintenance   Deployment Data Maintenance
          Time-Phased Force And        Time-Phased Force And
3707146
          Deployment Data Refinement   Deployment Data Refinement




          Time-Phased Force And        Time-Phased Force And
3707149
          Deployment List              Deployment List




3707233   Time-Sensitive Target        Time-Sensitive Target




3707230   Times                        Times




3707242   Tip                          Tip
3707245   Tips                         Tips
3707248   Title Block                  Title Block

3707251   Tnt Equivalent               Tnt Equivalent


3707254   Tolerance Dose               Tolerance Dose

3707257   Tone Down                    Tone Down
3707272   Top Secret                   Top Secret

3707260   Tophandler                   Tophandler
3707263   Topographic Base                      Topographic Base

3707266   Topographic Map                       Topographic Map

3707269   Topography                            Topography

3707275   Torpedo Defense Net                   Torpedo Defense Net




3707278   Torture                               Torture




3707281   Toss Bombing                          Toss Bombing


3707284   Total Active Aircraft Authorization   Total Active Aircraft Authorization
3707287   Total Active Aircraft Inventory       Total Active Aircraft Inventory

3707290   Total Dosage Attack                   Total Dosage Attack



3707293   Total Materiel Assets                 Total Materiel Assets


3707296   Total Materiel Requirement            Total Materiel Requirement
3707299   Total Mobilization                    Total Mobilization
3707302   Total Overall Aircraft Inventory      Total Overall Aircraft Inventory
3707305   Total Pressure                        Total Pressure

3707308   Touchdown Zone                        Touchdown Zone




3707401   Toxic Chemical                        Toxic Chemical


          Toxic Chemical, Biological, Or        Toxic Chemical, Biological, Or
3707404
          Radiological Attack                   Radiological Attack
3707407   Toxic Industrial Biological     Toxic Industrial Biological



3707410   Toxic Industrial Chemical       Toxic Industrial Chemical



3707413   Toxic Industrial Material       Toxic Industrial Material


3707416   Toxic Industrial Radiological   Toxic Industrial Radiological

3707419   Toxin                           Toxin

3707422   Toxin Agent                     Toxin Agent




3707425   Track                           Track




3707428   Track Correlation               Track Correlation


3707431   Track Management                Track Management


3707434   Track Of Interest               Track Of Interest

3707437   Track Production Area           Track Production Area
3707440   Track Symbology                 Track Symbology

3707443   Track Telling                   Track Telling



3707449   Traffic Circulation Map         Traffic Circulation Map


3707452   Traffic Control Police          Traffic Control Police

3707455   Traffic Density                 Traffic Density

3707458   Traffic Flow                    Traffic Flow
3707461   Traffic Flow Security              Traffic Flow Security


3707464   Traffic Information (Radar)        Traffic Information (Radar)

3707467   Traffic Management                 Traffic Management


3707470   Traffic Pattern                    Traffic Pattern


3707446   Trafficability                     Trafficability



3707473   Train                              Train


3707479   Train Headway                      Train Headway

3705130   Train Path                         Train Path


3707476   Trained Strength In Units          Trained Strength In Units


3707482   Training Aids                      Training Aids




3705112   Training And Readiness Oversight Training And Readiness Oversight




3705115   Training And Retirement Category   Training And Retirement Category


3705121   Training Period                    Training Period



3705124   Training Pipeline                  Training Pipeline

3705127   Training Unit                      Training Unit
3705118   Training-Pay Category           Training-Pay Category

3705133   Trajectory                      Trajectory

3705136   Transattack Period              Transattack Period


3705139   Transfer Loader                 Transfer Loader




3705142   Transient                       Transient




3705145   Transient Forces                Transient Forces

3705148   Transit Area                    Transit Area

3705151   Transit Bearing                 Transit Bearing


3705163   Transit Passage                 Transit Passage

3705166   Transit Route                   Transit Route

3705169   Transit Zone                    Transit Zone

3705154   Transition Altitude             Transition Altitude

3705157   Transition Layer                Transition Layer

3705160   Transition Level                Transition Level

3705172   Transmission Factor (Nuclear)   Transmission Factor (Nuclear)


3705175   Transmission Security           Transmission Security



3705178   Transonic                       Transonic

3705181   Transponder                     Transponder
3705187   Transport Aircraft                Transport Aircraft




          Transport Control Center (Air     Transport Control Center (Air
3705313
          Transport)                        Transport)




3705316   Transport Group                   Transport Group




3705184   Transportability                  Transportability

3705190   Transportation Closure            Transportation Closure



          Transportation Component          Transportation Component
3705193
          Command                           Command




3705295   Transportation Emergency          Transportation Emergency




3705298   Transportation Feasibility        Transportation Feasibility




          Transportation Movement           Transportation Movement
3705301
          Requirement                       Requirement


3705304   Transportation Operating Agencies Transportation Operating Agencies
3705307   Transportation Priorities        Transportation Priorities



3705310   Transportation System            Transportation System


3705319   Transporting (Ordnance)          Transporting (Ordnance)

3705322   Transshipment Point              Transshipment Point

3705325   Traverse                         Traverse


3705328   Traverse Level                   Traverse Level

3705331   Traverse Racking Test Load Value Traverse Racking Test Load Value

3705334   Treason                          Treason

3705337   Trend                            Trend


3705343   Tri-Camera Photography           Tri-Camera Photography

3705340   Triangulation Station            Triangulation Station

3705346   Trig List                        Trig List


3705349   Trim                             Trim



3705352   Triple Point                     Triple Point



3705355   Troop Basis                      Troop Basis




3705361   Troop Safety (Nuclear)           Troop Safety (Nuclear)




3705364   Troop Space Cargo                Troop Space Cargo


3705367   Troop Test                       Troop Test
3705358   Troops                    Troops

3705370   Tropical Storm            Tropical Storm

3705451   Tropopause                Tropopause

3705454   True Airspeed Indicator   True Airspeed Indicator
3705457   True Altitude             True Altitude

3705460   True Bearing              True Bearing

3705463   True Convergence          True Convergence

3705466   True Horizon              True Horizon

3705469   True North                True North

3705472   Turbojet                  Turbojet

3705487   Turn-Off Guidance         Turn-Off Guidance


3705475   Turnaround                Turnaround




3705478   Turnaround Cycle          Turnaround Cycle




3705481   Turning Movement          Turning Movement

3705484   Turning Point             Turning Point

3705490   Two-Person Control        Two-Person Control



3705493   Two-Person Rule           Two-Person Rule


3705499   Type Unit                 Type Unit

3705502   Type Unit Data File       Type Unit Data File
3705496   Types Of Burst                   Types Of Burst

3705505   Ultraviolet Imagery              Ultraviolet Imagery


3705508   Unaccounted For                  Unaccounted For



3705511   Unanticipated Target             Unanticipated Target


3705514   Uncertain Environment            Uncertain Environment


3705517   Uncharged Demolition Target      Uncharged Demolition Target

3705520   Unclassified Matter              Unclassified Matter

3705523   Unconventional Assisted Recovery Unconventional Assisted Recovery




          Unconventional Assisted Recovery Unconventional Assisted Recovery
3705526
          Coordination Cell                Coordination Cell



          Unconventional Assisted Recovery Unconventional Assisted Recovery
3705529
          Mechanism                        Mechanism

          Unconventional Assisted Recovery Unconventional Assisted Recovery
3705532
          Team                             Team




3705535   Unconventional Warfare           Unconventional Warfare



3705538   Unconventional Warfare Forces    Unconventional Warfare Forces



3705661   Undersea Warfare                 Undersea Warfare



3705664   Understowed Cargo                Understowed Cargo

3705667   Underwater Demolition            Underwater Demolition
3705670   Underwater Demolition Team           Underwater Demolition Team




3705673   Underway Replenishment               Underway Replenishment

3705676   Underway Replenishment Force         Underway Replenishment Force


3705679   Underway Replenishment Group         Underway Replenishment Group

          Unexpended Weapons Or                Unexpended Weapons Or
3705682
          Ordnance                             Ordnance


3705685   Unexploded Explosive Ordnance        Unexploded Explosive Ordnance


3705712   Uni-Service Command                  Uni-Service Command

3705688   Unified Action                       Unified Action

3705691   Unified Combatant Command            Unified Combatant Command



3705694   Unified Command                      Unified Command




3705697   Unified Command Plan                 Unified Command Plan




3705700   Uniformed Services                   Uniformed Services

3705703   Unilateral Arms Control Measure      Unilateral Arms Control Measure

3705706   Unintentional Radiation Exploitation Unintentional Radiation Exploitation



3705709   Unintentional Radiation Intelligence Unintentional Radiation Intelligence
3705715   Unit                              Unit




3705718   Unit Aircraft                     Unit Aircraft
3705721   Unit Combat Readiness             Unit Combat Readiness
3705724   Unit Commitment Status            Unit Commitment Status
3705727   Unit Designation List             Unit Designation List

3705832   Unit Identification Code          Unit Identification Code


3705838   Unit Line Number                  Unit Line Number


3705841   Unit Loading                      Unit Loading


3705844   Unit Movement Control Center      Unit Movement Control Center


3705850   Unit Movement Data                Unit Movement Data

3705847   Unit Of Issue                     Unit Of Issue

3705853   Unit Personnel And Tonnage Table Unit Personnel And Tonnage Table

3705856   Unit Price                        Unit Price
3705859   Unit Readiness                    Unit Readiness

3705865   Unit Reserves                     Unit Reserves

3705868   Unit Training Assembly            Unit Training Assembly

3705871   Unit Type Code                    Unit Type Code


          Unit-Related Equipment And        Unit-Related Equipment And
3705862
          Supplies                          Supplies


3705730   United States                     United States


3705733   United States Armed Forces        United States Armed Forces

          United States Civilian Internee   United States Civilian Internee
3705736
          Information Center                Information Center
3705739   United States Controlled Shipping    United States Controlled Shipping



          United States Message Text           United States Message Text
3705742
          Format                               Format


          United States Military Service-      United States Military Service-
3705745
          Funded Foreign Training              Funded Foreign Training


3705820   United States Naval Ship             United States Naval Ship


          United States Prisoner Of War        United States Prisoner Of War
3705823
          Information Center                   Information Center



          United States Signals Intelligence   United States Signals Intelligence
3705826
          System                               System




          United States Transportation         United States Transportation
3705829
          Command                              Command



3705835   Unitized Load                        Unitized Load


3705874   Unity Of Effort                      Unity Of Effort



3705877   Universal Joint Task List            Universal Joint Task List



3705880   Universal Polar Stereographic Grid Universal Polar Stereographic Grid


3705883   Universal Postal Union               Universal Postal Union
3705886   Universal Time                  Universal Time




          Universal Transverse Mercator   Universal Transverse Mercator
3705889
          Grid                            Grid



3705892   Unknown                         Unknown



3705895   Unlimited War                   Unlimited War


3705979   Unmanned Aerial Vehicle         Unmanned Aerial Vehicle



3705898   Unmanned Aircraft               Unmanned Aircraft

3705901   Unmanned Aircraft System        Unmanned Aircraft System

3705982   Unplanned Target                Unplanned Target

          Unpremeditated Expansion Of A   Unpremeditated Expansion Of A
3705985
          War                             War

3705988   Unscheduled Convoy Phase        Unscheduled Convoy Phase


3705991   Unstable Patient                Unstable Patient

3705994   Unstuffing                      Unstuffing
3705997   Unwanted Cargo                  Unwanted Cargo


3706000   Unwarned Exposed                Unwarned Exposed




3706003   Urban Triad                     Urban Triad
3706006   Urgent Mining               Urgent Mining




3706009   Urgent Priority             Urgent Priority




3706012   Us Commercial Assets        Us Commercial Assets




3706018   Us Defense Representative   Us Defense Representative




3706021   Us Forces                   Us Forces


3706024   Us National                 Us National



3706027   Us Person                   Us Person




          Us Transportation Command   Us Transportation Command
3706030
          Coordinating Instructions   Coordinating Instructions


3706015   Use Of Force Policy         Use Of Force Policy




3706033   Validate                    Validate
3706036   Validation                     Validation




3706039   Valuable Cargo                 Valuable Cargo


3706042   Value Engineering              Value Engineering




3706123   Variability                    Variability

3706126   Variable Safety Level          Variable Safety Level

3706129   Variant                        Variant

3706132   Variation                      Variation

3706135   Vectored Attack                Vectored Attack


3706141   Vehicle Cargo                  Vehicle Cargo

3706144   Vehicle Distance               Vehicle Distance


          Vehicle Summary And Priority   Vehicle Summary And Priority
3706147
          Table                          Table


          Vehicle-Borne Improvised       Vehicle-Borne Improvised
3706138
          Explosive Device               Explosive Device



3706150   Verification                   Verification



3706153   Verify                         Verify

3706156   Vertex                         Vertex
3706159   Vertex Height                       Vertex Height
3706162   Vertical Air Photograph             Vertical Air Photograph
          Vertical And/Or Short Takeoff And   Vertical And/Or Short Takeoff And
3706165
          Landing                             Landing

3706168   Vertical Envelopment                Vertical Envelopment




3706171   Vertical Interval                   Vertical Interval




3706174   Vertical Loading                    Vertical Loading

3706177   Vertical Probable Error             Vertical Probable Error
3706180   Vertical Replenishment              Vertical Replenishment
3706183   Vertical Separation                 Vertical Separation

3706186   Vertical Strip                      Vertical Strip

          Vertical Takeoff And Landing        Vertical Takeoff And Landing
3706189
          Aircraft                            Aircraft

          Vertical Takeoff And Landing        Vertical Takeoff And Landing
3706192
          Aircraft Transport Area             Aircraft Transport Area


3706195   Very Seriously Ill Or Injured       Very Seriously Ill Or Injured

3706198   Very Small Aperture Terminal        Very Small Aperture Terminal

3706201   Vesicant Agent                      Vesicant Agent

3706204   Vetting                             Vetting

3706207   Vignetting                          Vignetting

3706210   Visibility Range                    Visibility Range

3706213   Visual Call Sign                    Visual Call Sign

3706216   Visual Information                  Visual Information




3706219   Visual Information Documentation    Visual Information Documentation
3706222   Visual Meteorological Conditions   Visual Meteorological Conditions


3706225   Visual Mine Firing Indicator       Visual Mine Firing Indicator
3706228   Vital Area                         Vital Area

3706327   Vital Ground                       Vital Ground

3706330   Voice Call Sign                    Voice Call Sign


          Voluntary Intermodal Sealift       Voluntary Intermodal Sealift
3706333
          Agreement                          Agreement




3706336   Voluntary Tanker Agreement         Voluntary Tanker Agreement




3706339   Voluntary Training                 Voluntary Training




3706342   Voluntary Training Unit            Voluntary Training Unit


3706345   Vor                                Vor




3706348   Vulnerability                      Vulnerability
3706351   Vulnerability Program           Vulnerability Program


3706354   Vulnerability Study             Vulnerability Study

3706357   Vulnerable Area                 Vulnerable Area
3706660   W-Day                           W-Day
3706360   Wading Crossing                 Wading Crossing

3706363   Walking Patient                 Walking Patient

3706366   Wanted Cargo                    Wanted Cargo

3706375   War Game                        War Game


          War Materiel Procurement        War Materiel Procurement
3706387
          Capability                      Capability


3706390   War Materiel Requirement        War Materiel Requirement

3706516   War Reserve (Nuclear)           War Reserve (Nuclear)


3706507   War Reserve Materiel Requirement War Reserve Materiel Requirement


          War Reserve Materiel            War Reserve Materiel
3706510
          Requirement, Balance            Requirement, Balance


          War Reserve Materiel            War Reserve Materiel
3706513
          Requirement, Protectable        Requirement, Protectable


3706522   War Reserve Stock               War Reserve Stock



3706525   War Reserve Stocks For Allies   War Reserve Stocks For Allies




3706519   War Reserves                    War Reserves


3706369   Warble                          Warble

3706372   Warden System                   Warden System
3706378   Warhead                     Warhead


3706381   Warhead Mating              Warhead Mating

3706384   Warhead Section             Warhead Section

3706393   Warned Exposed              Warned Exposed




3706396   Warned Protected            Warned Protected




3706399   Warning                     Warning



3706402   Warning Area                Warning Area

3706480   Warning Net                 Warning Net

3706483   Warning Of Attack           Warning Of Attack


3706486   Warning Of War              Warning Of War




3706489   Warning Order               Warning Order




3706492   Warning Red                 Warning Red

3706495   Warning Shots               Warning Shots

3706498   Warning White               Warning White
3706501   Warning Yellow              Warning Yellow
3706504   Warp                        Warp

3706528   Wartime Load                Wartime Load


          Wartime Manpower Planning   Wartime Manpower Planning
3706531
          System                      System
3706534   Wartime Reserve Modes             Wartime Reserve Modes




3706537   Washington Liaison Group          Washington Liaison Group



3706540   Watching Mine                     Watching Mine


3706549   Water Terminal                    Water Terminal

3706543   Watercraft                        Watercraft

3706546   Waterspace Management             Waterspace Management




3706552   Wave                              Wave



3706555   Wave Crest                        Wave Crest
3706558   Wave Height                       Wave Height

3706561   Wave Length                       Wave Length

3706567   Wave Period                       Wave Period

3706570   Wave Trough                       Wave Trough

3706573   Wave Velocity                     Wave Velocity


3706564   Wave-Off                          Wave-Off



3706657   Way Point                         Way Point


3706663   Weapon And Payload Identification Weapon And Payload Identification

3706666   Weapon Debris (Nuclear)           Weapon Debris (Nuclear)
3706672   Weapon Engagement Zone        Weapon Engagement Zone




          Weapon System Employment      Weapon System Employment
3706693
          Concept                       Concept



3706696   Weapon System Video           Weapon System Video




3706690   Weapon(S) System              Weapon(S) System

3706699   Weapon-Target Line            Weapon-Target Line

3706669   Weaponeering                  Weaponeering


3706675   Weapons Free Zone             Weapons Free Zone




3706678   Weapons Of Mass Destruction   Weapons Of Mass Destruction




3706681   Weapons Of Mass Destruction   Weapons Of Mass Destruction
3706684   Weapons Readiness State      Weapons Readiness State




3706687   Weapons State Of Readiness   Weapons State Of Readiness

3706702   Weather Central              Weather Central

3706705   Weather Deck                 Weather Deck

3706708   Weather Minimum              Weather Minimum


3706711   Weight And Balance Sheet     Weight And Balance Sheet

3706714   Wellness                     Wellness

3706717   Wharf                        Wharf

3706792   Wheel Load Capacity          Wheel Load Capacity

3706795   White Cap                    White Cap

3706801   White Propaganda             White Propaganda

3706798   Whiteout                     Whiteout
3706804   Wilson Cloud                 Wilson Cloud

3706807   Winch                        Winch

3706810   Wind Shear                   Wind Shear
3706813   Wind Velocity                Wind Velocity
3706816   Wing                         Wing




3706819   Withdrawal Operation         Withdrawal Operation

3706822   Withhold (Nuclear)           Withhold (Nuclear)

3706834   Work Order                   Work Order

3706825   Working Anchorage            Working Anchorage

3706828   Working Capital Fund         Working Capital Fund


3706831   Working Group                Working Group

          World Geographic Reference   World Geographic Reference
3706837
          System                       System

3706840   Worldwide Port System        Worldwide Port System

3706843   Wounded                      Wounded




3706846   Wounded In Action            Wounded In Action




3706849   Wreckage Locator Chart       Wreckage Locator Chart
3706852            Yaw                                 Yaw


3706855            Yield                               Yield

3706861            Zero Point                          Zero Point

3706858            Zero-Length Launching               Zero-Length Launching

3706864            Zone I (Nuclear)                    Zone I (Nuclear)




3706867            Zone Ii (Nuclear)                   Zone Ii (Nuclear)




3706870            Zone Iii (Nuclear)                  Zone Iii (Nuclear)



3706873            Zone Of Action                      Zone Of Action

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             Term Type

ary and Associated Terms from https://gcic.af.mil/onesource
s from https://gcic.af.mil/onesource

            Description
            1. To terminate a mission for any reason other than enemy action. It may occur atany point after the beginning
            of the mission and prior to its completion. 2. To discontinueaircraft takeoff or missile launch.
            A type of altimeter which measures vertical distance to the surfacebelow, using radio, radar, sonic, laser, or
            capacitive technology.
            A nuclear weapon which, when launched at or emplaced on a target, fails toexplode.
            A filter capable of cutting off 100% by weight of solid particles greaterthan a stated micron size.
            The height of an aircraft directly above the surface or terrain over whichit is flying. See also altitude.
            The amount of energy imparted by nuclear (or ionizing) radiation to unitmass of absorbing material. The unit is
            the rad.
            The joint operation plan review criterion for assessing whether the contemplatedcourse of action is
            proportional and worth the cost in personnel, equipment, materiel, timeinvolved, or position is consistent with
            the law of war and is militarily and politicallysupportable. See also adequacy feasibility. (JP 5-0)
            The ability and opportunity to obtain knowledge of classifiedinformation. Persons have access to classified
            information if they are permitted to gainknowledge of the information or if they are in a place where they
            would be expected to gainsuch knowledge. Persons do not have access to classified information by being in a
            placewhere classified information is kept if security measures prevent them from gainingknowledge of the
            information.
            An unintended attack which occurs without deliberate national design as adirect result of a random event, such
            as a mechanical failure, a simple human error, or anunauthorized action by a subordinate.
            Unit supplies that deploy with forces.
            The obligation imposed by law or lawful order or regulation on an officer orother person for keeping accurate
            record of property, documents, or funds. The personhaving this obligation may or may not have actual
            possession of the property, documents,or funds. Accountability is concerned primarily with records, while
            responsibility isconcerned primarily with custody, care, and safekeeping. See also responsibility.
            A five-character code, consisting of the target desired groundzero designator and the striking command suffix,
            to indicate a specific nuclear strike by aspecified weapon delivery system on a target objective to the operation
            plan. Also calledALD.
            The precision of fire expressed by the closeness of a grouping of shotsat and around the center of the target.
            See evaluation.
            A mine circuit which responds to the acoustic field of a target. See alsomine.
            Intelligence derived from the collection and processing of acousticphenomena. Also called ACINT. (JP 2-0)
            The deliberate radiation or reradiation of mechanical or electroacousticsignals with the objectives of
            obliterating or obscuring signals that the enemy is attemptingto receive and of disrupting enemy weapons
            systems. See also barrage jamming electronicwarfare jamming spot jamming.
A mine with an acoustic circuit which responds to the acoustic field of aship or sweep. See also mine.
The use of a sonar to detect mines or mine-like objects whichmay be on or protruding from the seabed, or
buried.
Action involving the use of underwater acoustic energy to determine,exploit, reduce, or prevent hostile use of
the underwater acoustic spectrum and actionswhich retain friendly use of the underwater acoustic spectrum.
Also called AW. There arethree divisions within acoustic warfare. 1. acoustic warfare support measures.
Thataspect of acoustic warfare involving actions to search for, intercept, locate, record, andanalyze radiated
acoustic energy in water for the purpose of exploiting such radiations.The use of acoustic warfare support
measures involves no intentional underwater acousticemission and is generally not detectable by the enemy.
Also called AWSM. 2. acousticwarfare countermeasures. That aspect of acoustic warfare involving actions
taken toprevent or reduce an enemys effective use of the underwater acoustic spectrum. Acousticwarfare
countermeasures involve intentional underwater acoustic emissions for deceptionand jamming. Also called
AWCM. 3. acoustic warfare counter-countermeasures.That aspect of acoustic warfare involving actions taken
to ensure friendly effective use ofthe underwater acoustic spectrum despite the enemys use of underwater
acoustic warfare.Acoustic warfare counter-countermeasures involve anti-acoustic warfare support
See acoustic warfare Part 3.

See acoustic warfare Part 2.

See acoustic warfare Part 1.
Employment of electronic devices, including sound-recording,-receiving, or -transmitting equipment, for the
collection of information.
1. When applied to acquisition radars, the process of detecting the presence andlocation of a target in
sufficient detail to permit identification. 2. When applied to trackingradars, the process of positioning a radar
beam so that a target is in that beam to permit theeffective employment of weapons. See also target
acquisition.
See acquire.
See collection (acquisition).
Agreements negotiated on a bilateral basis withUS allies or coalition partners that allow US forces to exchange
most common types ofsupport, including food, fuel, transportation, ammunition, and equipment. Authority
tonegotiate these agreements is usually delegated to the combatant commander by the Secretaryof Defense.
Authority to execute these agreements lies with the Secretary of Defense, andmay or may not be delegated.
Governed by legal guidelines, these agreements are used forcontingencies, peacekeeping operations,
unforeseen emergencies, or exercises to correctlogistic deficiencies that cannot be adequately corrected by
national means. The supportreceived or given is reimbursed under the conditions of the acquisition and cross-
servicingagreement. Also called ACSA. See also cross-servicing servicing. (JP 4-07)
In personnel recovery, assistance rendered to evaders by an individual or elementsof the local population who
sympathize or empathize with the evaders cause or plight. Seealso evader evasion recovery recovery
operations. (JP 3-50)
In intelligence usage, one who has access to, and performs actions against, thetarget.
Tactical action on a specific track is being withheld for better tacticaladvantage. Weapons are available and
commitment is pending.
See air defense control center combat information center.
In an amphibious operation, the period of time between the arrival of thelanding forces of the amphibious
force in the operational area and the accomplishment oftheir mission. See also amphibious force amphibious
operation landing force mission.(JP 3-02)
Order to active duty (other than for training) in the federal service. See also activeduty federal service. (JP 4-
05)
A device used to determine neutron flux or density by virtue of theradioactivity induced in it as a result of
neutron capture.
Direct defensive action taken to destroy, nullify, or reduce the effectivenessof hostile air and missile threats
against friendly forces and assets. It includes the use ofaircraft, air defense weapons, electronic warfare, and
other available weapons. See also airdefense. (JP 3-01)
See communications satellite.
The employment of limited offensive action and counterattacks to deny acontested area or position to the
enemy. See also passive defense.
Full-time duty in the active military service of the United States. This includesmembers of the Reserve
Components serving on active duty or full-time training duty, butdoes not include full-time National Guard
duty. Also called AD. See also active duty fortraining inactive duty training.
A tour of active duty for reserve personnel authorized frommilitary and reserve personnel appropriations for
work on active or reserve componentprograms. This includes annual screening, training camp operations,
training ship operations,and unit conversion to new weapon systems when such duties are essential. Active
duty forspecial work may also be authorized to support study groups, training sites and exercises,short-term
projects, and doing administrative or support functions. By policy, active dutyfor special work tours are
normally limited to 179 days or less in one fiscal year. Toursexceeding 180 days are accountable against active
duty end strength.
A tour of active duty which is used for training members of theReserve Components to provide trained units
and qualified persons to fill the needs of theArmed Forces in time of war or national emergency and such other
times as the nationalsecurity requires. The member is under orders that provide for return to non-active
statuswhen the period of active duty for training is completed. This includes annual training,special tours of
active duty for training, school tours, and the initial duty for training performedby nonprior service enlistees.
Also called ADT.
National Guard and Reserve members who are on voluntaryactive duty providing full-time support to National
Guard, Reserve, and Active Componentorganizations for the purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting,
instructing, or trainingthe Reserve Components. Also called AGR. (CJCSM 3150.13)

A system of homing guidance wherein both the source forilluminating the target and the receiver for detecting
the energy reflected from the target asthe result of the illumination are carried within the missile.
Material, such as plutonium and certain isotopes of uranium, which iscapable of supporting a fission chain
reaction.
A mine actuated by the reflection from a target of a signal emitted by themine.
Military Sealift Command active, common-user sealift and the afloatpre-positioning force, including the
required cargo handling and delivery systems as wellas necessary operating personnel. See also afloat pre-
positioning force common-usersealift Military Sealift Command. (JP 4-01.2)
Status of all Reserves except those on an inactive status list or in the RetiredReserve. Reservists in an active
status may train for points and/or pay and may be consideredfor promotion.
1. A unit, organization, or installation performing a function or mission, e.g., receptioncenter, redistribution
center, naval station, naval shipyard. 2. A function, mission, action,or collection of actions. Also called ACT. See
also establishment.
The point on the surface of the Earth at, or vertically below or above,the center of an actual nuclear
detonation. See also desired ground zero ground zero.
To operate a mine-firing mechanism by an influence or a series of influences insuch a way that all the
requirements of the mechanism for firing, or for registering a targetcount, are met.
Medical services provided for patients with conditions that generallyhave a rapid onset and follow a short
course or require immediate attention. Most battlefieldcare rendered after wounding, illness, or injury onset is
acute care service. Acute careservice is delivered after the onset of symptoms, which differentiates it from
preventivecare that is delivered before symptoms appear. (JP 4-02)
Total ionizing radiation dose received at one time and over a periodso short that biological recovery cannot
occur.
An acute illness caused by irradiation of the body by a high doseof penetrating radiation in a very short period
of time. Also called ARS. (JP 3-41)
The joint operation plan review criterion for assessing whether the scope andconcept of planned operations
can accomplish the assigned mission and comply with theplanning guidance provided. See also acceptability
feasibility. (JP 5-0)
An order to the observer or spotter to initiate an adjustment on a designated target.
The airlift service normally provided by specifically identifiableaircraft assigned to organizations or commands
for internal administration.
Direction or exercise of authority over subordinate or otherorganizations in respect to administration and
support, including organization of Serviceforces, control of resources and equipment, personnel management,
unit logistics, individualand unit training, readiness, mobilization, demobilization, discipline, and other matters
notincluded in the operational missions of the subordinate or other organizations. Also calledADCON. (JP 1)
A warship or merchant ship under naval control, carrying a convoycommodore and staff, and serving as a
platform for simultaneous communication with anoperational control authority and a coastal convoy.
An unopposed landing involving debarkation from vessels that havebeen administratively loaded. See also
administrative loading administrative movementlogistics over-the-shore operations.
The interval between initiation of procurement action and lettingof contract or placing of order. See also
procurement lead time.
A loading system which gives primary consideration to achievingmaximum utilization of troop and cargo space
without regard to tactical considerations.Equipment and supplies must be unloaded and sorted before they
can be used. Also calledcommercial loading. See also loading.
A map that contains graphically recorded information pertaining toadministrative matters, such as supply and
evacuation installations, personnel installations,medical facilities, collecting points for stragglers and enemy
prisoners of war, train bivouacs,service and maintenance areas, main supply roads, traffic circulation,
boundaries, and otherdetails necessary to show the administrative situation. See also map.
A movement in which troops and vehicles are arranged toexpedite their movement and conserve time and
energy when no enemy interference, exceptby air, is anticipated.
An order covering traffic, supplies, maintenance, evacuation,personnel, and other administrative details.
Support shipping that is capable of transporting troops and cargofrom origin to destination, but that cannot be
loaded or unloaded without non-organicpersonnel and/or equipment (e.g., cargo handling personnel,
stevedores, piers, barges, cranes,materials handling equipment, vessels, etc.). See also administrative
loadingadministrative movement.
A temporary organization within the amphibious task force which precedesthe main body to the objective
area. Its function is to participate in preparing the objectivefor the main assault by conducting such operations
as reconnaissance, seizure of supportingpositions, minesweeping, preliminary bombardment, underwater
demolitions, and airsupport.
Detachment sent ahead of the main force to ensure its uninterrupted advanceto protect the main body against
surprise to facilitate the advance by removing obstaclesand repairing roads and bridges and to cover the
deployment of the main body if it iscommitted to action.
Second of the two main parts of an advance guard, the other beingthe advance guard support. It protects the
main force and is itself protected by the advanceguard support. Small advance guards do not have reserves.
First of the two main parts of an advance guard, the other being theadvance guard reserve. It is made up of
three smaller elements, in order from front to rear,the advance guard point, the advance party, and the
support proper. The advance guardsupport protects the advance guard reserve.
A base located in or near an operational area whose primary mission is tosupport military operations.
Refers to the technical, geospatial, and intelligenceinformation derived through interpretation or analysis using
advanced processing of alldata collected by imagery or imagery-related collection systems. Also known as
imagery-derived measurement and signature intelligence. Also called AGI. (JP 2-03)
See naval advanced logistic support site. Also calledALSS. (JP 4-01.3)
In special operations, a small temporary base established near orwithin a joint special operations area to
command, control, and/or support training or tacticaloperations. Facilities are normally austere. The base may
be ashore or afloat. If ashore, itmay include an airfield or unimproved airstrip, a pier, or an anchorage. An
advancedoperations base is normally controlled and/or supported by a main operations base or aforward
operations base. Also called AOB. See also forward operations base mainoperations base. (JP 3-05.1)
A party acknowledged as potentially hostile to a friendly party and againstwhich the use of force may be
envisaged. (JP 3-0)
Weather in which military operations are generally restricted or impeded.See also marginal weather.
The precise delivery of personnel, equipment, andsupplies during adverse weather, using a self-contained
aircraft instrumentation systemwithout artificial ground assistance or the use of ground navigational aids. Also
calledAWADS. (JP 3-17)
A designated area within a flight information region where air trafficadvisory service is available.
See air picket.
An airfield that has been designated for the sustained air movement of personneland materiel as well as an
authorized port for entrance into or departure from the countrywhere located. Also called APORT. See also
port of debarkation port of embarkation.
The agency responsible for the management and control of allaerial port resources and for the receipt and
dissemination of all airlift requirements receivedfrom the airlift control team as the joint force commanders
agent. Also called APCC. Seealso aerial port airlift control team. (JP 3-17)
An Air Force organization that operates and provides the functionsassigned to aerial ports, including processing
personnel and cargo, rigging for airdrop,packing parachutes, loading equipment, preparing air cargo and load
plans, loading andsecuring aircraft, ejecting cargo for inflight delivery, and supervising units engaged in
aircraftloading and unloading operations.
A missile which uses aerodynamic forces to maintain its flightpath. See also ballistic missile guided missile.
The movement of patients under medical supervision to and betweenmedical treatment facilities by air
transportation. Also called AE.
The interface between validation and execution an aeromedicalevacuation cell is established in the tanker
airlift control center/air mobility operationscontrol center. The aeromedical evacuation cell provides the
critical link between commandand control, operations, and medical direction. It performs operational mission
planning,tasking, and scheduling, and mission monitoring of airlift and aeromedical evacuation assetsto
support patient movement in coordination with the patient movement requirement center.See also
aeromedical evacuation Tanker Airlift Control Center. (JP 3-17)
An officer of the air transport force or air commandcontrolling the flow of patients by air.

A cell within the air operations center and one of thecore teams in the air mobility division. Provides command
and control for theateraeromedical evacuation elements. It is responsible to the director of mobility forces
forcurrent aeromedical evacuation operational planning and mission execution. Theaeromedical evacuation
control team analyzes patient movement requirements coordinatesairlift to meet aeromedical evacuation
requirements tasks the appropriate aeromedicalevacuation elements including special medical requirements,
when necessary and passesmission information to the patient movement requirement center. Also called
AECT. Seealso aeromedical evacuation aeromedical evacuation cell air mobility division.(JP 3-17)
A coordination center within the joint airoperations centers airlift coordination cell that monitors all activities
related to aeromedicalevacuation (AE) operations execution. It manages the medical aspects of the AE
missionand serves as the net control station for AE communications. It coordinates medicalrequirements with
airlift capability, assigns medical missions to the appropriate AE elements,and monitors patient movement
activities. Also called AECC. See also aeromedicalevacuation aeromedical evacuation system aeromedical
evacuation unit. (JP 4-02.2)
A system that provides: a. control of patient movement byair transport b. specialized medical aircrew, medical
crew augmentees, and specialty medicalattendants and equipment for inflight medical care c. facilities on or in
the vicinity of airstrips and air bases for the limited medical care of intransit patients entering, en route via,
orleaving the system and d. communication with originating, destination, and en route medicalfacilities
concerning patient transportation. Also called AES. See also aeromedicalevacuation. (JP 4-02.2)
An operational medical organization concerned primarily withthe management and control of patients being
transported via an aeromedical evacuationsystem or system echelon. See also forward aeromedical
evacuation.
A specialized representation of mapped features of the Earth, or somepart of it, produced to show selected
terrain, cultural and hydrographic features, andsupplemental information required for air navigation, pilotage,
or for planning air operations.
Additional information which is printed or stampedon a map or chart for the specific purpose of air navigation.
A chart designed for the graphical processes of navigation.
A liquid or solid composed of finely divided particles suspended in a gaseous medium.Examples of common
aerosols are mist, fog, and smoke. (JP 3-11)
Of, or pertaining to, Earths envelope of atmosphere and the space above it twoseparate entities considered as
a single realm for activity in launching, guidance, and controlof vehicles that will travel in both entities.
1. All defensive measures designed to destroy or nullify attacking enemyaircraft and missiles and also negate
hostile space systems. 2. An inclusive termencompassing air defense, ballistic missile defense, and space
defense. See also air defensespace defense. (JP 3-27)
Shipping maintained in full operational status to afloat prepositionmilitary equipment and supplies in support
of combatant commanders operationplans. The afloat pre-positioning force consists of the three maritime pre-
positioning shipssquadron, the Armys afloat pre-positioning stocks-3 ships, and the Navy, Defense
LogisticsAgency, and Air Force ships. Also called APF. See also maritime pre-positioning ships.(JP 4-01.2)

Pre-positioning of ships, preloaded with equipment andsupplies (including ammunition and petroleum) that
provides for an alternative to land-based programs. This concept provides for ships and onboard force support
equipment andsupplies positioned near potential crisis areas that can be delivered rapidly to joint
airliftedforces in the operational area. Afloat pre-positioning in forward areas enhances a forcescapability to
respond to a crisis, resulting in faster reaction time. See also operation.(JP 4-01.6)
Forward deployed merchant ships loaded with tactical equipmentand supplies to support the initial
deployment of military forces. Also calledAPS. See alsomerchant ship. (JP 4-01.2)
A form of logistic support outside the confines of a harbor in which fuel,ammunition, and supplies are provided
for operating forces either underway or at anchor.See also floating base support.
Wind currents set up in the vicinity of a nuclear explosion directed toward theburst center, resulting from the
updraft accompanying the rise of the fireball.
In intelligence usage, an organization or individual engaged in collecting and/orprocessing information. Also
called collection agency. See also agent intelligence processsource.
In intelligence usage, one who is authorized or instructed to obtain or to assist inobtaining information for
intelligence or counterintelligence purposes.
The technical support task of providing an agent with personaldocuments, accoutrements, and equipment
which have the appearance of authenticity as toclaimed origin and which support and are consistent with the
agents cover story.
An organization for clandestine purposes that operates under the direction of aprincipal agent.
1. Forces engaged in aggressive military action. 2. In the context oftraining exercises, the "enemy" created to
add realism in training maneuvers and exercises.
1. A point associated with a target and assigned for a specific weapon impact.May be defined descriptively
(e.g., vent in center of roof), by grid reference, orgeolocation. More specific classifications of aimpoint include
desired point of impact,joint desired point of impact, and desired mean point of impact. 2. A prominent radar-
significant feature, for example a tip of land or bridge, used to assist an aircrew innavigating and delivering
their weapons (usually in bad weather and/or at night). Seealso desired mean point of impact desired point of
impact. (JP 3-60)
In artillery and naval gunfire support, a spotting, or an observation, by a spotter or anobserver to indicate that
a burst or group of bursts occurred before impact.
See airborne alert air defense warning conditions alert ground alert.
A deployed numbered air force (NAF) or commandechelon immediately subordinate to a NAF provided as the
US Air Force componentcommand committed to a joint operation. Also called AETF. See also air
expeditionaryforce air expeditionary wing. (JP 3-33)
See apportionment (air). (JP 3-30)
The movement of friendly assault forces (combat, combat support, and combatservice support) by rotary-wing
aircraft to engage and destroy enemy forces or to seize andhold key terrain. See also assault. (JP 3-18)
A force composed primarily of ground and rotary-wing air units organized,equipped, and trained for air assault
operations. (JP 3-18)
An operation in which assault forces (combat, combat support, andcombat service support), using the mobility
of rotary-wing assets and the total integrationof available firepower, maneuver under the control of a ground
or air maneuver commanderto engage enemy forces or to seize and hold key terrain. (JP 3-18)
1. coordinated - A combination of two or more types of air attack (dive, glide,low-level) in one strike, using one
or more types of aircraft. 2. deferred - A procedure inwhich attack groups rendezvous as a single unit. It is used
when attack groups are launchedfrom more than one station with their departure on the mission being
delayed pendingfurther orders. 3. divided - A method of delivering a coordinated air attack which consistsof
holding the units in close tactical concentration up to a point, then splitting them to attackan objective from
different directions.
Stores, equipment or vehicles, which do not form part of the aircraft, and areeither part or all of its payload.
A camera having the accuracy and other characteristics essentialfor air survey or cartographic photography.
Also called mapping camera.
The taking and processing of air photographs for mappingand charting purposes.
An Air Force component element that interfaces andprovides liaison with the joint force land component
commander, or commander Armyforces. The air component coordination element is the senior Air Force
element assistingthe joint force land component commander, or commander Army forces in planning
aircomponent supporting and supported requirements. The air component coordination elementis responsible
to the joint force air component commander and coordinates with the jointforce land component commanders
staff, representing the joint force air componentcommanders needs in either a supporting or supported role.
Also called ACCE. (JP 3-31)
The employment of air forces, supported by ground and naval forces,as appropriate, to achieve military
objectives in vital airspace areas. Such operations includedestruction of enemy air and surface-to-air forces,
interdiction of enemy air operations,protection of vital air lines of communications, and the establishment of
local militarysuperiority in areas of air operations. See also operation. (JP 3-18)
A restricted air route of travel specified for use by friendly aircraft andestablished for the purpose of
preventing friendly aircraft from being fired on by friendlyforces.
A vehicle capable of being operated so that its weight, including itspayload, is wholly or significantly supported
on a continuously generated cushion or "bubble"of air at higher than ambient pressure. Also called ACV. (Note:
NATO uses the term"ground effect machine.")
Defensive measures designed to destroy attacking enemy aircraft or missiles inthe atmosphere, or to nullify or
reduce the effectiveness of such attack. Also called AD.See also active air defense aerospace defense passive
air defense. (JP 3-01)
1. overseas - A specifically defined airspace for which air defense mustbe planned and provided. 2. United
States - Airspace of defined dimensions designatedby the appropriate agency within which the ready control of
airborne vehicles is required inthe interest of national security during an air defense emergency.
Weapons and equipment for actively combating air targets from theground. Also called ADA. (JP 3-40)
The principal information, communications, and operationscenter from which all aircraft, antiaircraft
operations, air defense artillery, guided missiles, and air warning functions of a specific area of air defense
responsibility are supervised andcoordinated. Also called air defense operations center. See also combat
informationcenter.
An installation having the capability of performing airsurveillance, interception, control, and direction of
allocated air defense weapons within anassigned sector of responsibility. It may also have an identification
capability.
See early warning.
An emergency condition, declared by the Commander in Chief,North American Air Defense Command, that
exists when attack upon the continental UnitedStates, Alaska, Canada, or United States installations in
Greenland by hostile aircraft ormissiles is considered probable, is imminent, or is taking place. Also called ADE.
The network of ground radar sites and command andcontrol centers within a specific theater of operations
which are used for the tactical controlof air defense operations.
Airspace of defined dimensions within which the readyidentification, location, and control of airborne vehicles
are required. Also called ADIZ.
See air defense control center.
A team of United States Air Force ground environment personnelassigned to certain allied air defense control
and warning units/elements.
An operational status requiring air defense forces to maintain higherthan ordinary preparedness for a short
period of time.
A geographical subdivision of an air defense area.
A geographical subdivision of an air defense region.
A degree of air raid probability according to the followingcode. The term air defense region/sector referred to
herein may include forces and unitsafloat and/or deployed to forward areas, as applicable. Air defense warning
yellow -attack by hostile aircraft and/or missiles is probable. This means that hostile aircraft and/ormissiles are
en route toward an air defense region/sector, or unknown aircraft and/or missilessuspected to be hostile are
en route toward or are within an air defense region/sector. Airdefense warning red - attack by hostile aircraft
and/or missiles is imminent or is inprogress. This means that hostile aircraft and/or missiles are within an air
defense region/sector or are in the immediate vicinity of an air defense region/sector with high probabilityof
entering the region/sector. Air defense warning white - attack by hostile aircraft and/or missiles is improbable.
May be called either before or after air defense warning yellow or red. The initial declaration of air defense
emergency will automatically establish acondition of air defense warning other than white for purposes of
security control of airtraffic. Also called ADWCs. (JP 3-01)
See airdrop air landed air movement air supply.
A sling, bag, or roll, usually of canvas or webbing, designed to holdsupplies and equipment for air delivery.
Special items of equipment (such as parachutes, air deliverycontainers, platforms, tie downs, and related
items) used in air delivery of personnel, supplies,and equipment.
The intertheater air movement of cargo or personnel from an airlift pointof embarkation to a point as close as
practicable to the users specified final destination,thereby minimizing transshipment requirements. Air direct
delivery eliminates the traditionalAir Force two step intertheater and intratheater airlift transshipment mission
mix. See alsointertheater airlift intratheater airlift. (JP 3-17)
The means by which subordinate commanders advise thejoint force commander of planned
employment/allocation of organic or assigned assets, ofany expected excess sorties, or of any additional air
support requirements.
Deployed US Air Force wings, groups, and squadrons committed toa joint operation. Also called AEF. See also
air and space expeditionary task force.(JP 3-33)
A wing or wing slice placed under the administrative control of anair and space expeditionary task force or air
and space task force by Department of the AirForce orders for a joint operation. Also called AEW. See also air
and space expeditionarytask force. (JP 3-33)
An installation from which air operations may be or are being conducted. Seealso facility.
The senior agency of the Air Force componentcommander that provides command and control of Air Force air
and space operations andcoordinates with other components and Services. Also called AFAOC. (JP 3-09.3)
The field headquarters facility of the Air Forcecommander charged with the overall conduct of Air Force
operations. It is composed of thecommand section and appropriate staff elements.
A base, airstrip, or other appropriate facility that providesphysical support to Air Force special operations
forces (AFSOF). The facility may be usedsolely to support AFSOF or may be a portion of a larger base supporting
other operations.As a supporting facility, it is distinct from the forces operating from or being supported byit.
Also called AFSOB. (JP 3-05)
The Air Force component of a joint force specialoperations component. Also called AFSOC. See also Army
special operationscomponent Navy special operations component. (JP 3-05.1)
A squadron-size headquarters that could be acomposite organization composed of different Air Force special
operations assets. Thedetachment is normally subordinate to an Air Force special operations component,
jointspecial operations task force, or joint task force, depending upon size and duration of theoperation. Also
called AFSOD. (JP 3-05)
An element-size Air Force special operationsheadquarters. It is normally subordinate to an Air Force special
operations component ordetachment, depending upon size and duration of the operation. Also calledAFSOE.
(JP 3-05)
Those Active and Reserve Component Air Force forcesdesignated by the Secretary of Defense that are
specifically organized, trained, and equippedto conduct and support special operations. Also called AFSOF. (JP 3-
05)
A tactical air-to-ground radio frequency, monitored by all airintercept control facilities within an area, that is
used as a backup for other discrete tacticalcontrol frequencies.
To effect visual or electronic contact by a friendly aircraft with anotheraircraft. Normally, the air intercept is
conducted in the following five phases: a. climbphase - Airborne to cruising altitude. b. maneuver phase -
Receipt of initial vector totarget until beginning transition to attack speed and altitude. c. transition phase -
Increaseor decrease of speed and altitude required for the attack. d. attack phase - Turn to attackheading,
acquire target, complete attack, and turn to breakaway heading. e. recoveryphase - Breakaway to landing. See
also close-controlled air interception.
Air operations conducted to divert, disrupt, delay, or destroy the enemysmilitary potential before it can be
brought to bear effectively against friendly forces, or tootherwise achieve objectives. Air interdiction is
conducted at such distance from friendlyforces that detailed integration of each air mission with the fire and
movement of friendlyforces is not required. (JP 3-0)
Moved by air and disembarked, or unloaded, after the aircraft has landed orwhile a helicopter is hovering. See
also air movement. air landed operation -An operation involving movement by air with a designated
destinationfor further ground deployment of units and personnel and/or further ground distribution
ofsupplies. See also air landed. (JP 3-17)
The senior tactical air control party member attached to a ground unit whofunctions as the primary advisor to
the ground commander on air power. An air liaisonofficer is usually an aeronautically rated officer. Also called
ALO. See alsoliaison. (JP 3-09.3)
Support by air landing or airdrop, including air supply, movement ofpersonnel, evacuation of casualties and
enemy prisoners of war, and recovery of equipmentand vehicles.
An air operation, excluding an airborne operation, conductedwithin a theater to distribute and recover
personnel, equipment, and supplies.
See mission, Part 3.
A detailed report of the results of an air mission, including acomplete intelligence account of the mission.
The rapid movement of personnel, materiel and forces to and from or within atheater by air. This includes both
airlift and air refueling. See also air refueling. (JP 3-17)
The Air Force component command of the US TransportationCommand. Also called AMC. air mobility control
team -A cell within the air operations center and one of the core teams inthe air mobility division. The air
mobility control team is the centralized source of airmobility command, control, and communications for the
director of mobility forces duringmission execution. The director of mobility forces uses the air mobility control
team todirect (or redirect as required) air mobility forces in concert with other air and space forcesto respond
to requirement changes, higher priorities, or immediate execution limitations.The air mobility control team
deconflicts all air mobility operations into, out of, and withinthe area of responsibility or joint operations area.
The air mobility control team maintainsexecution process and communications connectivity for tasking,
coordination, and flightwith the air operations centers combat operations division, subordinate air mobility
units,and mission forces. Also called AMCT. See also Air Force air and space operationscenter air mobility air
mobility division. (JP 3-17)
Located in the joint air operations center to plan, coordinate, task, andexecute the air mobility mission.
Consists of the air mobility control team, airlift controlteam, aerial refueling control team, aeromedical
evacuation control team, and the air mobilityelement. Coordinates with the joint force commanders
movement requirements and controlauthority, the theater air mobility operations control center, if
established, and the Air MobilityCommands tanker/airlift control center, as required. Also called AMD. See also
airmobility joint air operations center. (JP 4-01)
The air mobility element provides air mobility integration andcoordination of US Transportation Command-
assigned air mobility forces. The air mobilityelement receives direction from the director of mobility forces and
is the primary team forproviding coordination with the tanker airlift control center. Direct delivery intertheater
airmobility missions, if required, will be coordinated through the air mobility division andtasked by the Air
Mobility Command tanker airlift control center. The tanker airlift controlcenter commander maintains
operational control of direct delivery missions during execution.The air mobility element ensures the
integration of intertheater air mobility missions withtheater air and space operations planning. Also called
AME. See also Air Force air andspace operations center air mobility division director of mobility forces
TankerAirlift Control Center. (JP 3-17)
An express airlift system that is activated when Department of Defenserequirements dictate. It is comprised of
express carrier aircraft and related continentalUnited States infrastructure, Air Mobility Command airlift, and
an in-theater rapid distributionsystem. Also called AMX. See also air mobility Air Mobility Command. (JP 3-17)
An officer specially trained to implement the theater air controlsystem and to advise on control of airlift assets.
They are highly qualified, rated airliftofficers with airdrop airlift experience, and assigned duties supporting US
Army units. Airmobility liaison officers provide expertise on the efficient use of air mobility assets. Alsocalled
AMLO. (JP 3-17)
Air transport of units, personnel, supplies, and equipment including airdropsand air landings. See also airdrop
air landed. (JP 3-17)
In airborne operations, the lead formation and the serials following,proceeding over the same flight path at the
same altitude.
A table prepared by a ground force commander in coordination withan air force commander. This form, issued
as an annex to the operation order: a. indicatesthe allocation of aircraft space to elements of the ground units
to be airlifted b. designatesthe number and type of aircraft in each serial c. specifies the departure area, time
ofloading, and takeoff.
See air observer.
See observation post.
An individual whose primary mission is to observe or take photographsfrom an aircraft in order to adjust
artillery fire or obtain military information.
The correcting of gunfire from an aircraft. See also spot.
Sustained operations by strategic and/or tactical air weapon systems againsthostile air forces or surface
targets.
The obtaining of information by air photography,divided into three types: a. Strategic photographic
reconnaissance b. Tactical photographicreconnaissance and c. Survey/cartographic photography-air
photography taken for survey/cartographical purposes and to survey/cartographic standards of accuracy. It
may be strategicor tactical.
An airborne early warning aircraft positioned primarily to detect, report, andtrack approaching enemy aircraft
or missiles and to control intercepts. Also called aerialpicket. See also airborne early warning and control.
1. A continuous plot used in air navigation of a graphic representation of trueheadings steered and air
distances flown. 2. A continuous plot of the position of an airborneobject represented graphically to show true
headings steered and air distances flown. 3.Within ships, a display that shows the positions and movements of
an airborne object relativeto the plotting ship.
Denotes materiel which is suitable for transport by an aircraft loaded internallyor externally, with no more
than minor dismantling and reassembling within the capabilitiesof user units. This term must be qualified to
show the extent of air portability. See also load.
The calculated position of an aircraft assuming no wind effect.
A committee set up to determine the priorities of passengersand cargo.
A ship to which the air defense ship has delegated theduties of controlling air warning radar and air raid
reporting.
The acquisition of information by employing visual observation and/orsensors in air vehicles.
An Army officer especially trained in air reconnaissanceand imagery interpretation matters who is attached to
a tactical air reconnaissance unit.This officer assists and advises the air commander and staff on matters
concerning groundoperations and informs the supported ground commander on the status of air
reconnaissancerequests.
The capability to refuel aircraft in flight, which extends presence, increasesrange, and serves as a force
multiplier. Also called AR.
During refueling operations, the geographic point where thereceiver arrives in the observation or precontact
position with respect to the tanker. Alsocalled ARCP.
A cell within the air operations center and one of the core teamsin the air mobility division. Part of the air
operations center that coordinates aerial refueling planning, tasking, and scheduling to support combat air
operations or to support a strategicairbridge within the area of responsibility or joint area of operations. Also
called ARCT.See also Air Force air and space operations center air mobility division air refueling.(JP 3-17)
During refueling operations, the time the receiver and tankerarrive at the air refueling control point. Also called
ARCT.
During refueling operations, a point located upstream fromthe air refueling control point (inbound to the air
refueling control point) where the receiveraircraft initiates the rendezvous. Also called ARIP.
A high frequency, single sideband, nonsecure net monitored by all tactical aircontrol parties (TACPs) and the air
support operations center (ASOC) that allows immediaterequests to be transmitted from a TACP at any Army
echelon directly to the ASOC for rapidresponse. (JP 3-01)
The navigable airspace between two points, identified to the extent necessaryfor the application of flight rules.
The principal facility exercising en route control of aircraftoperating under instrument flight rules within its
area of jurisdiction. Approximately 26such centers cover the United States and its possessions. Each has a
communication capabilityto adjacent centers.
In counterdrug operations, the departure of a suspected drug smugglingaircraft, an airdrop of drugs, or the
arrival of a suspected drug smuggling aircraft. (JP 3-07.4)
A nations inherent right to exercise absolute control and authority over theairspace above its territory. See also
air sovereignty mission.
The integrated tasks of surveillance and control, the execution ofwhich enforces a nations authority over its
territorial airspace. See also air sovereignty.
See danger area.
A unit situated at an airfield and concerned with reception, handling,servicing, and preparation for departure
of aircraft and control of personnel and cargo.
In photogrammetry, the point in space occupied by the camera lens at themoment of exposure.
An attack on specific objectives by fighter, bomber, or attack aircraft on an offensivemission. May consist of
several air organizations under a single command in the air.
The air representative of the force commander in a target area, who isresponsible for directing all aircraft in
the target area and coordinating their efforts to achievethe most effective use of air striking power.
An unimproved surface which has been adapted for takeoff or landing ofaircraft, usually having minimum
facilities. See also airfield.
That degree of dominance in the air battle of one force over another thatpermits the conduct of operations by
the former and its related land, sea, and air forces at agiven time and place without prohibitive interference by
the opposing force. (JP 3-30)
The delivery of cargo by airdrop or air landing.
All forms of support given by air forces on land or sea. See also close airsupport immediate air support
preplanned air support tactical air support.
The principal air control agency of the theater air controlsystem responsible for the direction and control of air
operations directly supporting theground combat element. It processes and coordinates requests for
immediate air supportand coordinates air missions requiring integration with other supporting arms and
groundforces. It normally collocates with the Army tactical headquarters senior fire supportcoordination center
within the ground combat element. Also called ASOC. See also airsupport close air support operation tactical
air control center. (JP 3-09.3)
A means to request preplanned and immediate close air support, airinterdiction, air reconnaissance,
surveillance, escort, helicopter airlift, and other aircraftmissions. Also called AIRSUPREQ. (JP 3-30)
That degree of air superiority wherein the opposing air force is incapableof effective interference.
A restricted area established for the purpose of preventing friendlysurface vessels and aircraft from being fired
upon by friendly forces and for permittingantisubmarine operations, unrestricted by the operation of friendly
submarines. See alsorestricted area.
The systematic observation of airspace by electronic, visual or othermeans, primarily for the purpose of
identifying and determining the movements of aircraftand missiles, friendly and enemy, in the airspace under
observation. See also satellite andmissile surveillance surveillance.
An individual responsible for coordinating and maintaining anaccurate, current picture of the air situation
within an assigned airspace area.
See air cartographic camera.
See air cartographic photography.
A display of pertinent air target intelligence on a specialized graphic base. Itis designed primarily to support
operations against designated air targets by various weaponsystems. Also called ATC.
A Department of Defense program under the managementcontrol of the National Imagery and Mapping
Agency established for and limited to theproduction of medium- and large-scale map, chart, and geodetic
products, that supportsworldwide targeting requirements of the unified and specified commands, the
MilitaryDepartments, and allied participants. It encompasses the determination of production andcoverage
requirements, standardization of products, establishment of production prioritiesand schedules, and the
production, distribution, storage, and release/exchange of productsincluded under it.
A large-scale mosaic providing photographic coverage of an area andpermitting comprehensive portrayal of
pertinent target detail. These mosaics are used forintelligence study and in planning and briefing for air
operations.
A method used to task and disseminate to components, subordinate units,and command and control agencies
projected sorties, capabilities and/or forces to targetsand specific missions. Normally provides specific
instructions to include call signs, targets,controlling agencies, etc., as well as general instructions. Also called
ATO. (JP 3-30)
A message used to task joint force components to informthe requesting command and the tasking authority of
the action being taken and/or toprovide additional information about the mission. The message is used only
for preplannedmissions and is transmitted on a daily basis, normally 12 hours prior to the start of the airtasking
day or in accordance with established operation plans for the operational area. Alsocalled ATOCONF. (JP 3-30)

A facility on an airfield that functions as an air transportation hub andaccommodates the loading and unloading
of airlift aircraft and the intransit processing oftraffic. The airfield may or may not be designated an aerial port.

Department of Defense facilities, personnel, andequipment (fixed, mobile, and seaborne) with associated
avionics to provide safe, orderly,and expeditious aerospace vehicle movements worldwide. Also called ATCALS.
A unit combining the functions of an area control center and aflight information center. Also called ATCC. See
also area control center flightinformation region.
Authorization by an air traffic control authority for anaircraft to proceed under specified conditions.
Any of the component airspace control facilities primarilyresponsible for providing air traffic control services
and, as required, limited tactical controlservices. (JP 3-52)
A service provided for the purpose of: a. preventing collisions: (1) between aircraft and (2) on the maneuvering
area between aircraft and obstructionsand b. expediting and maintaining an orderly flow of air traffic.air traffic
identification - The use of electronic devices, operational procedures, visualobservation, and/or flight plan
correlation for the purpose of identifying and locating aircraftflying within the airspace control area.
An air controller especially trained for and assigned to the duty ofairspace management and traffic control of
airborne objects.
The link between the staging post and the local air priority committee. Itis the key to the efficient handling of
passengers and cargo at a staging post. It must includeload control (including Customs and Immigrations
facilities), freight, and mail sections.
A task organization of transport aircraft units that provides air transportfor landing force elements or provides
logistic support. (JP 3-02)
A unit, other than airborne, whose equipment is adapted for airmovement. See also airborne airborne
operation.
The movement by aircraft of troops and their equipment for anoperation.
An individual especially trained for and assigned to the duty ofemploying and controlling air weapon systems
against airborne and surface objects.
A missile with an engine requiring the intake of air for combustion ofits fuel, as in a ramjet or turbojet. To be
contrasted with the rocket missile, which carries itsown oxidizer and can operate beyond the atmosphere.
All ships other than aircraft carriers aircraft carriers, nuclear amphibiousassault ships, landing platform
helicopter general purpose amphibious assault ships orgeneral purpose amphibious assault ships (with internal
dock) from which aircraft can takeoff, be recovered, or routinely receive and transfer logistic support. See also
aviation ship.(JP 3-04.1)
A ballistic missile launched from an airborne vehicle.
An air-launched guided missile for use against air targets. Seealso guided missile.
An air-launched guided missile for use against surfacetargets. See also guided missile.
1. In relation to personnel, troops especially trained to effect, following transportby air, an assault debarkation,
either by parachuting or touchdown. 2. In relation toequipment, pieces of equipment that have been especially
designed for use by airbornetroops during or after an assault debarkation. It also designates some aeronautical
equipmentused to accomplish a particular mission. 3. When applied to materiel, items that form anintegral
part of the aircraft. 4. The state of an aircraft, from the instant it becomes entirelysustained by air until it
ceases to be so sustained. A lighter-than-air aircraft is not consideredto be airborne when it is attached to the
ground, except that moored balloons are airbornewhenever sent aloft. Also called ABN. See also air
transportable unit.
A state of aircraft readiness wherein combat-equipped aircraft are airborneand ready for immediate action.
See also fighter cover. (DOD only) It is designed toreduce reaction time and to increase survivability. See also
combat air patrol fightercover ground alert.
See assault phase, Part 2.
An unarmored, mobile, full-tracked gun providing a mobile antitankcapability for airborne troops. Can be
airdropped.
A suitably equipped aircraft used by the commander for thecontrol of his or her forces.
The detection of enemy air or surface units by radar or otherequipment carried in an airborne vehicle, and the
transmitting of a warning to friendlyunits. Also called AEW.
Air surveillance and control provided by airborneearly warning aircraft which are equipped with search and
height-finding radar andcommunications equipment for controlling weapon systems. Also called AEW & C.
Seealso air picket.
A force composed primarily of ground and air units organized, equipped,and trained for airborne operations.
See also force(s).
A fire control system, including radar equipment,installed in interceptor aircraft used to effect air interception.
The total capacities expressed in terms of personnel and cargo that are, or canbe, carried by available aircraft
in one trip.
The designated individual that serves as an airborne extensionof the component commander or supported
commander responsible for the personnelrecovery mission, through the designated personnel recovery task
force to managerequirements for the rescue force by monitoring the status of all its elements, requesting
additional assets when needed, and ensuring the recovery and supporting forces arrive attheir designated
areas to accomplish the mission. Also called AMC. See also combatsearch and rescue combat search and rescue
task force personnel recoverycoordination cell. (JP 3-50)
An operation involving the air movement into an objective area ofcombat forces and their logistic support for
execution of a tactical, operational, or strategicmission. The means employed may be any combination of
airborne units, air transportableunits, and types of transport aircraft, depending on the mission and the overall
situation.See also assault assault phase.
A command and authorization for flight when a predetermined time greaterthan five minutes is established for
aircraft to become airborne.
Airborne equipment used to relay radio transmission from selectedoriginating transmitters.
An individual trained to operate sensor equipment aboard aircraftand to perform limited interpretations of
collected information produced in flight.
Those ground units whose primary mission is to make assault landingsfrom the air. See also troops.
An explosion of a bomb or projectile above the surface as distinguished from anexplosion on contact with the
surface or after penetration. See also types of burst.
See inactive aircraft inventory program aircraft reserve aircraft supportingaircraft unit aircraft.
A device, not dependent on an aircraft arresting hook, used tostop an aircraft by absorbing its forward
momentum in an emergency landing or an abortedtakeoff. Also called barricade emergency barrier. See also
aircraft arresting system.
That portion of an aircraft arresting system which spans therunway surface or flight deck landing area and is
engaged by the aircraft arresting hook.Also called aircraft arresting wire.
A device used to engage hook-equipped aircraft to absorb theforward momentum of a routine or emergency
landing or aborted takeoff. See also aircraftarresting system.
A device fitted to an aircraft to engage arresting gear. Alsocalled tail hook. See also aircraft arresting system.

A series of components used to stop an aircraft by absorbingits momentum in a routine or emergency landing
or aborted takeoff. See also aircraftarresting barrier aircraft arresting gear aircraft arresting hook.
See aircraft arresting cable. See also aircraft arresting system.
Controlled stopping of an aircraft by external means.
True airspeed in knots under zero wind conditions adjusted in relationto length of sortie to compensate for
takeoff, climbout, letdown, instrument approach, andlanding.
See aircraft commander.
A warship designed to support and operate aircraft, engage in attacks ontargets afloat or ashore, and engage in
sustained operations in support of other forces.Designated as CV or CVN. CVN is nuclear powered.
The aircrew member designated by competent authority as beingin command of an aircraft and responsible for
its safe operation and accomplishment of theassigned mission. Also called AC.
A system established to control and report the movementof aircraft. It consists of observation facilities (radar,
passive electronic, visual, or othermeans), control center, and necessary communications.
Services performed on an aircraft by an organization other thanthat to which the aircraft is assigned, according
to an established operational aircraftcross-servicing requirement, and for which there may be a charge. Aircraft
cross-servicinghas been divided into two categories: a. Stage A cross-servicing: The servicing of anaircraft on an
airfield/ship which enables the aircraft to be flown to another airfield/ship. b.Stage B cross-servicing: The
servicing of an aircraft on an airfield/ship which enables theaircraft to be flown on an operational mission. See
also aircraft transient servicing.
A data sheet used by the airlift commander containing information asto the load that actually goes into each
aircraft.
Equipment that must be fitted to an aircraft to enable it tofulfill a particular mission or task. Also called aircraft
role equipment.
A change in the physical characteristics of aircraft, accomplishedeither by a change in production specifications
or by alteration of items already produced.
That equipment installed in aircraft to permit monitoringand control of safing, arming, and fuzing functions of
nuclear weapons or nuclear weaponsystems.
See aircraft mission equipment.
Directing the immediate takeoff of aircraft from a ground alertcondition of readiness.
Any device intended for internal or external carriage and mounted onaircraft suspension and release
equipment, whether or not the item is intended to be separatedin flight from the aircraft. Aircraft stores are
classified in two categories as follows. a.expendable store - An aircraft store normally separated from the
aircraft in flight such asa missile, rocket, bomb, nuclear weapon, mine, torpedo, pyrotechnic device,
sonobuoy,signal underwater sound device, or other similar items. b. nonexpendable store - Anaircraft store
which is not normally separated from the aircraft in flight such as a tank (fueland spray), line-source
disseminator, pod (refueling, thrust augmentation, gun, electronicattack, data link, etc.), multiple rack, target,
cargo drop container, drone, or other similaritems. See also payload.
Securing aircraft when parked in the open to restrain movement due to theweather or condition of the parking
area.
Services performed on an aircraft by an organization otherthan that to which the aircraft is assigned and for
which there may be a financial charge.This activity is separate from the established aircraft cross-servicing
program and requiresthat the transient aircrew supervise the correct application of ground crew procedures.
Seealso aircraft cross-servicing.
Average numbers of hours during each 24-hour period that an aircraft isactually in flight.
The directional control of in-flight aircraft through transmission ofazimuth headings.
The unloading of personnel or materiel from aircraft in flight. See also airdropplatform air movement free drop
free fall high velocity drop low velocity drop.
A base upon which vehicles, cargo, or equipment are loaded for airdrop.See also airdrop.
An area prepared for the accommodation (including any buildings, installations, andequipment), landing, and
takeoff of aircraft. See also alternate airfield departure airfieldlanding area landing point landing site main
airfield redeployment airfield. (DOD Note: In all entries involving "airfield" or "aerodrome," the US uses
"airfield," and NATOuses "aerodrome." The terms are synonymous.)
All traffic on the maneuvering area of an airfield and all aircraft flying inthe vicinity of an airfield.
1. A designated area in a hostile or threatened territory which, when seized andheld, ensures the continuous
air landing of troops and materiel and provides the maneuverspace necessary for projected operations.
Normally it is the area seized in the assault phaseof an airborne operation. 2. A designated location in an area
of operations used as a basefor supply and evacuation by air. See also beachhead bridgehead.
A line denoting the limits of the objective area for an airborne assault. Theairhead line is bounded by assault
objectives that are operationally located to ensure thatenemy fires cannot be brought to bear on the main
objective and for friendly forces toconduct defensive operations in depth. See also airhead assault phase
objective area.(JP 3-18)
The total capacity expressed in terms of number of passengers and/orweight/cubic displacement of cargo that
can be carried at any one time to a given destinationby available airlift. See also airlift requirement allowable
load payload. airlift control team -A cell within the air operations center and one of the core teams in the
airmobility division. The airlift control team brings intratheater airlift functional expertisefrom the theater
organizations to plan, coordinate, manage, and execute intratheater airliftoperations in the area of
responsibility and joint operations area for the joint force air component commander. US Transportation
Command and Air Mobility Command mayaugment the airlift control team with intratheater airlift expertise.
These two sources ofairlift expertise integrate into a single airlift control team within the air mobility
division.Also called ALCT. See also Air Force air and space operations center air mobilitydivision intratheater
airlift. (JP 3-17)
A cell within the air operations center which plans, coordinates,manages, and executes theater airlift
operations in the area of responsibility or joint operationsarea. Normally consists of an airlift plans branch, an
airlift operations branch, and an airliftsupport branch. Also calledALCC. See alsoAir Force air and space
operations centerarea of responsibility joint operations area. (JP 3-17)
A commander designated when airlift aircraft are participatingin airlift operations specified in the
implementing directive. The airlift mission commanderis usually designated by the commander of the deployed
airlift unit, but may be selected bythe Air Force component commander or joint force air component
commander dependingon the nature of the mission. See also joint force air component commander. (JP 3-17)
The total number of passengers and/or weight/cubic displacement ofcargo required to be carried by air for a
specific task. See also airlift capability.
The performance or procurement of air transportation and services incidentthereto required for the
movement of persons, cargo, mail, or other goods.
See near miss.
The ground combat, supporting, and air vehicle units required to conductan airmobile operation.
An operation in which combat forces and their equipment moveabout the battlefield by aircraft to engage in
ground combat.
See airfield.
Short-range radar displaying the airport surface. Aircraftand vehicular traffic operating on runways, taxiways,
and ramps, moving or stationary,may be observed with a high degree of resolution.
Radar displaying range and azimuth that is normally employedin a terminal area as an aid to approach- and
departure-control.
Unless otherwise specifically designated, that airspace within a horizontalradius of five statute miles from the
geographic center of any airport at which a controltower is operating, extending from the surface up to, but
not including, an altitude of 3,000feet above the elevation of the airport. Also called ATA.
See airspace control in the combat zone. (JP 3-52)
Airspace that is laterally defined by the boundaries of the operationalarea, and may be subdivided into
airspace control sectors. (JP 3-01)
The commander designated to assume overall responsibilityfor the operation of the airspace control system in
the airspace control area. Also calledACA. See also airspace control airspace control area airspace control
system controloperation.
The lateral limits of an airspace control area, airspace controlsector, high density airspace control zone, or
airspace restricted area. (JP 3-52)
The airspace control authoritys primary airspace control facility,including assigned Service component, host-
nation, and/or multinational personnel andequipment. (JP 3-52) airspace control facility -Any of the several
Service component, host nation, or multinationalfacilities that provide airspace control in the combat zone. (JP
3-52)
A process used to increase combat effectiveness bypromoting the safe, efficient, and flexible use of airspace.
Airspace control is provided inorder to reduce the risk of friendly fire, enhance air defense operations, and
permit greaterflexibility of operations. Airspace control does not infringe on the authority vested
incommanders to approve, disapprove, or deny combat operations. Also called airspacecontrol combat
airspace control. (JP 3-52)
An order implementing the airspace control plan that provides thedetails of the approved requests for airspace
coordinating measures. It is published eitheras part of the air tasking order or as a separate document. Also
called ACO. (JP 3-52)
The document approved by the joint force commander that providesspecific planning guidance and procedures
for the airspace control system for the jointforce operational area. Also called ACP. See also airspace control
system joint forcecommander. (JP 3-52)
Rules, mechanisms, and directions that facilitate the controland use of airspace of specified dimensions. See
also airspace control authority airspacecontrol in a combat zone airspace control order airspace control plan.
(JP 3-52)
A subelement of the airspace control area, established to facilitatethe control of the overall area. Airspace
control sector boundaries normally coincide withair defense organization subdivision boundaries. Airspace
control sectors are designated inaccordance with procedures and guidance contained in the airspace control
plan inconsideration of Service component, host nation, and multinational airspace controlcapabilities and
requirements. See also airspace control area. (JP 3-52)
An arrangement of those organizations, personnel, policies,procedures, and facilities required to perform
airspace control functions. Also called ACS.
Measures employed to facilitate the efficient use of airspaceto accomplish missions and simultaneously
provide safeguards for friendly forces. Alsocalled ACMs. See also airspace control area airspace control
boundary airspacecontrol sector airspace coordination area high-density airspace control zone
weaponsengagement zone. (JP 3-52)
A three-dimensional block of airspace in a target area, establishedby the appropriate ground commander, in
which friendly aircraft are reasonably safe fromfriendly surface fires. The airspace coordination area may be
formal or informal. Alsocalled ACA. (JP 3-09.3)
The coordination, integration, and regulation of the use of airspaceof defined dimensions.
The airspace located above an area on the surface of the land or water,designated and set apart by Executive
Order of the President or by a state, commonwealth,or territory, over which the flight of aircraft is prohibited
or restricted for the purpose ofnational defense or for other governmental purposes.
Special restrictive measures applied to segments of airspace ofdefined dimensions.
The speed of an aircraft relative to its surrounding air mass. The unqualified term"airspeed" can mean any one
of the following. a. calibrated airspeed - Indicated airspeedcorrected for instrument installation error. b.
equivalent airspeed - Calibrated airspeedcorrected for compressibility error. c. indicated airspeed - The
airspeed shown by anairspeed indicator. d. true airspeed - Equivalent airspeed corrected for error due to
airdensity (altitude and temperature).
An instrument which displays the indicated airspeed of the aircraftderived from inputs of pitot and static
pressures.
A ground communication installation established, manned, and equipped tocommunicate with aircraft in flight,
as well as with other designated airways installations,for the purpose of expeditious and safe movements of
aircraft. These stations may or maynot be located on designated airways.
1. Readiness for action, defense or protection. 2. A warning signal of a real orthreatened danger, such as an air
attack. 3. The period of time during which troops stand byin response to an alarm. 4. To forewarn to prepare
for action. See also airborne alert. 5.(DOD only) A warning received by a unit or a headquarters which
forewarns of an impendingoperational mission. 6. (DOD only) In aviation, an aircraft and aircrew that are
placed inan increased state of readiness so that they may be airborne in a specified period of timeafter a
launch order is received. See also air defense warning conditions ground alertwarning order.
Specified forces maintained in a special degree of readiness.
1. A crisis action planning directive from the Secretary of Defense, issued by theChairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, that provides essential guidance for planning anddirects the initiation of execution planning for the
selected course of action authorized bythe Secretary of Defense. 2. A planning directive that provides essential
planning guidanceand directs the initiation of execution planning after the directing authority approves
amilitary course of action. An alert order does not authorize execution of the approvedcourse of action. Also
called ALERTORD. See also course of action execution planning.(JP 5-0)
A service provided to notify appropriate organizations regarding aircraftin need of search and rescue aid, and
assist such organizations as required.
Action taken in self-defense that is reasonable in intensity, duration,and magnitude, based on all the facts
known to the commander at the time.
1. Intelligence products and/or organizations and activities thatincorporate all sources of information, most
frequently including human resourcesintelligence, imagery intelligence, measurement and signature
intelligence, signalsintelligence, and open-source data in the production of finished intelligence. 2. In
intelligencecollection, a phrase that indicates that in the satisfaction of intelligence requirements, allcollection,
processing, exploitation, and reporting systems and resources are identified forpossible use and those most
capable are tasked. See also intelligence. (JP 2-0)
A fighter aircraft with equipment and weapons whichenable it to engage airborne targets in all weather
conditions, day and night.
The relationship that results from a formal agreement (e.g., treaty) between two ormore nations for broad,
long-term objectives that further the common interests of themembers. See also coalition multinational. (JP 3-
0)
In a general sense, distribution for employment of limited forces and resourcesamong competing
requirements. Specific allocations (e.g., air sorties, nuclear weapons,forces, and transportation) are described
as allocation of air sorties, nuclear weapons, etc.See also allocation (air) allocation (nuclear) allocation
(transportation)apportionment. (JP 5-0)
The translation of the air apportionment decision into total numbers of sortiesby aircraft type available for
each operation or task. See also allocation. (JP 3-17)
The apportionment of specific numbers and types of nuclear weaponsto a commander for a stated time period
as a planning factor for use in the development ofwar plans. (Additional authority is required for the actual
deployment of allocated weaponsto locations desired by the commander to support the war plans.
Expenditures of theseweapons are not authorized until released by proper authority.)
Distribution by designated authority of available transportcapability to users. See also allocation. (JP 3-17)
A message used to provide an estimate of the total air effort, to identifyany excess and joint force general
support aircraft sorties, and to identify unfilled airrequirements. This message is used only for preplanned
missions and is transmitted on adaily basis, normally 24 hours prior to the start of the next air tasking day. Also
calledALLOREQ. (JP 3-30)
The temporary change of assignment of tactical air forces between subordinatecommands. The authority to
allot is vested in the commander having combatant command(command authority). See also combatant
command (command authority).
The maximum payload that can be carried on an individual sortie.Also called ACL. (JP 3-17)
The total load that an aircraft can transport over a given distance, takinginto account weight and volume. See
also airlift capability airlift requirement loadpayload.
The amount of weight that can be stacked on corner posts of acontainer when subjected to 1.8 times the force
of gravity. (JP 4-01.7)
The transfer at sea of personnel and/or supplies by rigs betweentwo or more ships proceeding side by side.
See phonetic alphabet.
An airfield specified in the flight plan to which a flight may proceedwhen it becomes inadvisable to land at the
airfield of intended landing. An alternate airfieldmay be the airfield of departure.
One or more predesignated officers empowered by thecommander through predelegation of authority to act
under stipulated emergency conditionsin the accomplishment of previously defined functions.
Any location designated by a commander to assume commandpost functions in the event the command post
becomes inoperative. It may be partially orfully equipped and manned or it may be the command post of a
subordinate unit.
An existing headquarters of a component or subordinate commandthat is predesignated to assume the
responsibilities and functions of another headquartersunder prescribed emergency conditions.
See variant.
The vertical distance of a level, a point or an object considered as a point,measured from mean sea level. See
also density altitude drop altitude elevationminimum safe altitude pressure altitude transition altitude true
altitude.
A slow physiological adaptation resulting from prolongedexposure to significantly reduced atmospheric
pressure.
See hypobaric chamber.
Synchronization delay introduced between the time of transmission of theradar pulse and the start of the trace
on the indicator, for the purpose of eliminating thealtitude hole on the plan position indicator-type display.
The blank area at the origin of a radial display, on a radar tube presentation,the center of the periphery of
which represents the point on the ground immediately belowthe aircraft. In side-looking airborne radar, this is
known as the altitude slot.
See vertical separation.
See altitude hole.
Outside temperature at any given altitude, preferably expressed indegrees centigrade. (JP 3-04.1)
A location where a patient is transferred from one ambulance toanother en route to a medical treatment
facility. This may be an established point in anambulance shuttle or it may be designated independently. Also
called AXP. See alsomedical treatment facility. (JP 4-02.2)
See munition.
An area especially prepared for storage ofexplosive ammunition and toxic material. For reporting purposes, it
does not include thesurrounding area restricted for storage because of safety distance factors. It
includesbarricades and improvised coverings. See also storage.
InArmy usage, the amount of ammunition estimated tobe available to sustain operations of a designated force
for a specified time if expendituresare controlled at that rate. It is expressed in terms of rounds per weapon
per day forammunition items fired by weapons, and in terms of units of measure per organization perday for
bulk allotment ammunition items. Tactical commanders use this rate to controlexpenditures of ammunition
during tactical operations at planned intervals. It is issued through command channels at each level. It is
determined based on consideration of therequired supply rates submitted by subordinate commanders and
ammunition assets available.
A quantity of homogeneous ammunition, identified by a unique lotnumber, which is manufactured, assembled,
or renovated by one producer under uniformconditions and which is expected to function in a uniform
manner.
See distribution point.
A small craft, propelled by propellers and wheels or by air cushions for thepurpose of moving on both land and
water. (JP 4-01.6)
The principal type of amphibious operation that involves establishing aforce on a hostile or potentially hostile
shore. See also assault assault phase. (JP 3-02)
See landing area.
See amphibious operation, Part e.
A naval ship designed to embark, deploy, andland elements of a landing force in an assault by helicopters,
landing craft, amphibiousvehicles, and by combinations of these methods. Designated as "LHA" or with
internaldock as "LHD." amphibious aviation assault ship -An amphibious assault ship, landing platform
helicoptergeneral purpose amphibious assault ship or general purpose amphibious assault ship (withinternal
dock). (JP 3-04.1)
Hosereel system providing capability to deliverfuel and/or water from ship to shore. System includes 10,000
feet of 6" buoyant hose forfuel, and 10,000 ft of 4" buoyant hose for water. System are deployed on Maritime
Pre-positioning Squadrons, and are normally used in direct support of maritime pre-positioningforce
operations. Also called ABLTS. (JP 4-01.6)
A special naval chart designed to meet special requirements forlanding operations and passive coastal defense,
at a scale of 1:25,000 or larger, and showingforeshore and coastal information in greater detail than a combat
chart.
A naval ship from which a commander exercises control inamphibious operations. Designated as LCC.
A permanently commissioned naval unit, subordinateto the Commander, Naval Beach Group, designed to
provide an administrative unit fromwhich personnel and equipment are formed in tactical elements and made
available toappropriate commanders to operate pontoon causeways, transfer barges, warping tugs, and assault
bulk fuel systems, and to meet salvage requirements of the naval beach party. Alsocalled PHIBCB. (JP 3-02)
Personnel, ships, and craft designated to control the waterborneship-to-shore movement in an amphibious
operation.
A type of amphibious operation conducted for the purposeof deceiving the enemy by a show of force with the
expectation of deluding the enemy intoa course of action unfavorable to him.
An amphibious task force and a landing force together with other forcesthat are trained, organized, and
equipped for amphibious operations. Also called AF. Seealso amphibious operation amphibious task force
landing force. (JP 3-02)
A command within the amphibious force, consisting of the commanderand staff, designed to exercise
operational control of assigned units in executing all phasesof a division-size amphibious operation. (JP 3-02.2)

The total capacity of assault shipping utilized in an amphibious operation,expressed in terms of personnel,
vehicles, and measurement or weight tons of supplies. amphibious objective area -A geographical area
(delineated for command and control purposesin the order initiating the amphibious operation) within which is
located the objective(s) tobe secured by the amphibious force. This area must be of sufficient size to
ensureaccomplishment of the amphibious forces mission and must provide sufficient area forconducting
necessary sea, air, and land operations. Also called AOA. See also amphibiousforce mission. (JP 3-02)
A study designed to provide basic intelligence data of a permanentor semipermanent nature required for
planning amphibious operations. Each study dealswith a specific area, the selection of which is based on
strategic location, susceptibility toseizure by amphibious means, and other considerations.
A military operation launched from the sea by an amphibious force,embarked in ships or craft with the primary
purpose of introducing a landing force ashoreto accomplish the assigned mission. See also amphibious force
landing force missionoperation. (JP 3-02)
The process of planning for an amphibious operation, distinguishedby the necessity for concurrent, parallel,
and detailed planning by all participating forces.The planning pattern is cyclical in nature, composed of a series
of analyses and judgmentsof operational situations, each stemming from those that have preceded. (JP 3-02.2)
A type of amphibious operation involving swift incursion into ortemporary occupation of an objective followed
by a planned withdrawal. See alsoamphibious operation.
An amphibious landing conducted by minor elements,normally involving stealth rather than force of arms, for
the purpose of securing information,and usually followed by a planned withdrawal.
A unit organized, equipped, and trained to conduct andsupport amphibious reconnaissance missions. An
amphibious reconnaissance unit is madeup of a number of amphibious reconnaissance teams.
Organic Navy ships specifically designed to transport, land, and supportlanding forces in amphibious assault
operations and capable of being loaded or unloadedby naval personnel without external assistance in the
amphibious objective area.
A tactical and administrative organization composed of amphibiousassault shipping to transport troops and
their equipment for an amphibious assault operation.Also called PHIBRON.
Forces capable of projecting military power from the sea uponadjacent land areas for initiating and/or
conducting operations in the face of enemy opposition.
A Navy task organization formed to conduct amphibious operations.The amphibious task force, together with
the landing force and other forces, constitutes theamphibious force. Also called ATF. See also amphibious force
amphibious operationlanding force. (JP 3-02)
See amphibious vehicle.
A ship designed to transport and land troops, equipment, andsupplies by means of embarked landing craft,
amphibious vehicles, and helicopters.Designated as LPD.
A subdivision of an amphibious task force composed primarilyof transport ships. The size of the transport
group will depend upon the scope of the operation.Ships of the transport group will be combat-loaded to
support the landing force scheme ofmaneuver ashore. A transport unit will usually be formed to embark troops
and equipmentto be landed over a designated beach or to embark all helicopter-borne troops and
equipment.(JP 3-02.2)
A wheeled or tracked vehicle capable of operating on both land andwater. See also landing craft.
A tabulation of the type and number of amphibiousvehicles available primarily for assault landings and for
support of other elements of theoperation.
A plan showing in tabular form the plannedemployment of amphibious vehicles in landing operations, including
their employmentafter the initial movement to the beach.
An area, in the vicinity of and to seaward of the lineof departure, to which landing ships proceed and launch
amphibious vehicles.
A type of amphibious operation involving the extraction of forcesby sea in ships or craft from a hostile or
potentially hostile shore. See also amphibiousoperation. (JP 3-02)
In intelligence usage, the conversion of processed information intointelligence through the integration,
evaluation, analysis, and interpretation of all sourcedata and the preparation of intelligence products in
support of known or anticipated userrequirements. See also intelligence process. (JP 2-01)
In air transport, a cable in an aircraft to which the parachute static lines orstrops are attached.
A device fitted to an aircraft equipped with removable clamshelldoors to enable paratroopers to exit from the
rear.
A specified location for anchoring or mooring a vessel in-stream or offshore. (JP 4-01.6)
A document appended to an operation order or other document to make it clearer or togive further details.
A photograph on which interpretation details are indicated by words orsymbols.
A marking placed on imagery or drawings for explanatory purposes or toindicate items or areas of special
importance.
One day of active duty for training required each year for IndividualReady Reserve members so the Services
can keep current on each members physicalcondition, dependency status, military qualifications, civilian
occupational skills, availabilityfor service, and other information.
The minimal period of training reserve members must perform each year tosatisfy the training requirements
associated with their Reserve Component assignment.Also called AT.
Records, samples, and photographs taken prior to death.These include (but are not limited to) fingerprints,
dental x-rays, body tissue samples,photographs of tattoos, or other identifying marks. These "predeath"
records would becompared against records completed after death to help establish a positive identificationof
human remains. See also mortuary affairs. (JP 4-06)
In naval mine warfare, a contact mine fitted with antennae which, whentouched by a steel ship, sets up
galvanic action to fire the mine. See also mine.
A device worn by aircrew to counteract the effects on the human body of positiveacceleration.
A helicopter armed primarily for use in the destruction of armoredtargets. Also called antitank helicopter.
A device fitted in an influence mine designed to prevent itsactuation by shock.
The incurring of obligations or the making of expenditure (outlays)in excess of amounts available in
appropriations or funds. (JP 1-06)
A device arranged to detonate the mine to which it is attached, or to detonateanother mine or charge nearby,
if the mine is disturbed.
A living organism or chemical used to cause deterioration of, ordamage to, selected materiel.
The employment of antimateriel weapons or agents in militaryoperations.
A mine designed to cause casualties to personnel.See also mine.
A missile which homes passively on a radiation source. Alsocalled ARM. See also guided missile.
In naval mine warfare, any device in a mine designed to prevent anenemy discovering details of the working of
the mine mechanism.
An operation by one or more antisubmarine-capable ships, submarines,or aircraft (or a combination thereof)
against a particular enemy submarine.
Antisubmarine air support at a distance from, but directlyrelated to, specific convoys or forces.
The designation given to one or more aircraft separatelyorganized as a tactical unit to search for and destroy
submarines.
The line formed by a series of static devices or mobile unitsarranged for the purpose of detecting, denying
passage to, or destroying hostile submarines.See also antisubmarine patrol.
Air operations for the antisubmarine warfare protection ofa supported force.
Operation contributing to the conduct of antisubmarine warfare.
The systematic and continuing investigation of an area or along aline to detect or hamper submarines, used
when the direction of submarine movement canbe established. See also antisubmarine barrier.
An arrangement of ships and/or aircraft for the protection of ascreened unit against attack by a submarine.

Systematic investigation of a particular area for the purpose oflocating a submarine known or suspected to be
somewhere in the area. Some types ofsearch are also used in locating the position of a distress incident.
An operation conducted by an antisubmarine forcein the area around a force or convoy, in areas through
which the force or convoy is passing,or in defense of geographic areas. Support operations may be completely
coordinated withthose of the force or convoy, or they may be independent operations coordinated only to
theextent of providing operational intelligence and information.
Operations conducted with the intention of denying the enemythe effective use of submarines. Also called
ASW.
Forces organized primarily for antisubmarine action. Maybe composed of surface ships, aircraft, submarines, or
any combination of these, and theirsupporting systems.
An air operation conducted in an air/sea environment againstenemy surface forces.
Any device incorporated in the mooring of a mine or obstructor, or inthe mine circuits to make the sweeping of
the mine more difficult.
A mine which is laid or whose mechanism is designed or adjustedwith the specific object of damaging mine
countermeasures vessels. See also mine.
See antiarmor helicopter.
A mine designed to immobilize or destroy a tank. See also mine.
Defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and propertyto terrorist acts, to include
limited response and containment by local military and civilianforces. Also called AT. See also counterterrorism
proactive measures terrorism. (JP 3-07.2)
A device fitted in a moored mine which causes it to sink should it showon the surface, so as to prevent the
position of the mine or minefield being disclosed. Seealso watching mine.
Mail sent by the general public to an unspecified Service memberdeployed on a contingency operation, as an
expression of patriotic support. (JP 1-0)
The point at which a missile trajectory or a satellite orbit is farthest from the center ofthe gravitational field of
the controlling body or bodies.
The visible line of demarcation between land/sea and sky.
The apparent deflection of the gyro axis, relative to the Earth, dueto the rotating effect of the Earth and not
due to any applied force. Also called apparentwander.
A document appended to an annex of an operation order, operation plan, or otherdocument to clarify or to
give further details.
That portion of the total acceptable materiel assets that meets themilitary or other characteristics as defined
by the responsible Military Service and that is inthe right condition and location to satisfy a specific military
requirement.
1. The system or problem to which a computer is applied. Reference is oftenmade to an application as being
either of the computational type (arithmetic computationspredominate) or of the data processing type (data
handling operations predominate). 2. Inthe intelligence context, the direct extraction and tailoring of
information from an existingfoundation of intelligence and near real time reporting. It is focused on and meets
specific,narrow requirements, normally on demand. (JP 2-0)
In the general sense, distribution for planning of limited resources amongcompeting requirements. Specific
apportionments (e.g., air sorties and forces for planning)are described as apportionment of air sorties and
forces for planning, etc. See also allocationapportionment (air).
The determination and assignment of the total expected effort bypercentage and/or by priority that should be
devoted to the various air operations for agiven period of time. Also called air apportionment. See also
apportionment. (JP 3-0)
Authorization for a pilot conducting flight in accordance with instrumentflight rules to commence an approach
to an airport.
A control station in an air operations control center, helicopter directioncenter, or carrier air traffic control
center, that is responsible for controlling air traffic frommarshal until hand-off to final control. See also
helicopter direction center marshal.(JP 3-04.1)
That end of the runway nearest to the direction from which thefinal approach is made.
An extension of a boat lane from the line of departure toward the transportarea.
Advance of a combat unit when direct contact with the enemy isimminent. Troops are fully or partially
deployed. The approach march ends when groundcontact with the enemy is made or when the attack position
is occupied.
The schedule that indicates, for each scheduled wave, the time of departurefrom the rendezvous area, from
the line of departure, and from other control points and thetime of arrival at the beach.
The order in which two or more aircraft are cleared for an approach.
The time at which an aircraft is expected to commence approach procedure.
A representative (person or organization) of the Commandant, US CoastGuard, authorized to approve
containers within terms of the International Conference forSafe Containers. See also International Convention
for Safe Containers. (JP 4-01.7)
A defined area on an airfield intended to accommodate aircraft for purposes of loadingor unloading passengers
or cargo, refueling, parking, or maintenance.
The nonsuspendable right of continuous and expeditioustransit through archipelagic waters in the normal
mode through and over routes normallyused for navigation and overflight.
A framework or structure that portrays relationships among all the elements ofthe subject force, system, or
activity. (JP 3-05)
Within a unified command, subordinate unified command, orjoint task force, the commander will assign
overall responsibility for air defense to a singlecommander. Normally, this will be the component commander
with the preponderance ofair defense capability and the command, control, and communications capability to
planand execute integrated air defense operations. Representation from the other componentsinvolved will be
provided, as appropriate, to the area air defense commanders headquarters.Also called AADC. (JP 3-52)
The commanders prescribed collection of specific information thatcommences upon employment and is a
continuous operation. It confirms, corrects, refutes,or adds to previous intelligence acquired from area studies
and other sources prior toemployment. (JP 3-05)
Bombing of a target which is in effect a general area rather than a small orpinpoint target.
A command which is composed of those organized elements of one ormore of the Armed Services, designated
to operate in a specific geographical area, whichare placed under a single commander. See also command.
A unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlledflights in control areas under its jurisdiction.
See also air traffic control center flightinformation region.
Measures taken before, during, or after hostile action or natural ormanmade disasters, to reduce the
probability of damage and minimize its effects. Alsocalled ADC. See also damage control disaster control. (JP 3-
10)
A geographical area wherein a commander is directly capable ofinfluencing operations by maneuver or fire
support systems normally under the commanderscommand or control.
That area of concern to the commander, including the area of influence,areas adjacent thereto, and extending
into enemy territory to the objectives of current orplanned operations. This area also includes areas occupied
by enemy forces who couldjeopardize the accomplishment of the mission. Also called AOI. See also area of
influence.(JP 2-03)
A defined area where specific limitations apply to the strength andfortifications of disputing or belligerent
forces. Normally, upper limits are established forthe number and type of formations, tanks, antiaircraft
weapons, artillery, and other weaponssystems in the area of limitation. Also called AOL. See also line of
demarcation peaceoperations. (JP 3-07.3)
Area in which radioactive fallout affects the abilityof military units to carry out their normal mission.
A region of variable width in the Northern Hemisphere that liesnorth of the 50 degrees isotherm - a line along
which the average temperature of thewarmest 4-month period of the year does not exceed 50 degrees
Fahrenheit. Mountainregions located outside of this area are included in this category of operations
providedthese same temperature conditions exist.
An operational area defined by the joint force commander for land andmaritime forces. Areas of operation do
not typically encompass the entire operational areaof the joint force commander, but should be large enough
for component commanders toaccomplish their missions and protect their forces. Also called AO. See also area
ofresponsibility joint operations area joint special operations area. (JP 3-0)
The geographical area associated with a combatant command withinwhich a geographic combatant
commander has authority to plan and conduct operations.Also called AOR. See also combatant command. (JP
1)
See buffer zone. Also called AOS. See also peace operations. (JP 3-07.3)
In maritime usage, operations conducted in a geographical area and notrelated to the protection of a specific
force.
Personnel or units whose organizations, mission, training, and equipping arebased on projected operational
deployment to a specific geographic or demographic area.(JP 3-05)
Radar target intelligence study designed to provide radar-significant data for use in the preparation of radar
target predictions.
Visual reconnaissance of limited or defined areas.
A target consisting of an area rather than a single point.
Applies to those procedures in the arming or de-arming section of the applicableaircraft loading manual or
checklist that places the ordnance or explosive device in a readyor safe condition i.e., rocket launchers, guided
missiles, guns - internal and pods, paraflares - (external and SUU-44/25 dispenser). (NOTE: The removal or
installation of pylon orbomb rack safety pins from a nonordnance-loaded station is considered a function
requiringcertification within the purview of this publication.) See also arming de-armingordnance. (JP 3-
04.1)armored personnel carrier - A lightly armored, highly mobile, full-tracked vehicle, amphibiousand air-
droppable, used primarily for transporting personnel and their individual equipmentduring tactical operations.
Production modifications or application of special kits permituse as a mortar carrier, command post, flame
thrower, antiaircraft artillery chassis, or limitedrecovery vehicle. Also called APC.

Motion picture, still photography, and video recordingsshowing the delivery and impact of ordnance. This
differs from reconnaissance imagery inthat it records the act of delivery and impact and normally is done by
the weapon systemdelivering the ordnance. Armament delivery recording is used primarily for evaluatingstrike
effectiveness and for combat crew training. It is also one of the principal sources ofover-the-target
documentation in force employments, and may be used for public affairspurposes. Also called ADR.
The military forces of a nation or a group of nations. See also force.
The examination and control of personal communications to orfrom persons in the Armed Forces of the United
States and persons accompanying or servingwith the Armed Forces of the United States. See also censorship.
An officer or enlisted member in the grade of E-7 or above, of the USArmed Forces, assigned to perform Armed
Forces Courier Service duties and identified bypossession of an Armed Forces Courier Service Identification
Card (ARF-COS Form 9).See also courier.
A joint service of the Departments of the Army, the Navy,and the Air Force, with the Chief of Staff, US Army, as
Executive Agent. The courierservice provides one of the available methods for the secure and expeditious
transmissionof material requiring protected handling by military courier.
AnArmy, Navy, or Air Force activity, approved by the respectivemilitary department and officially designated by
Headquarters, Armed Forces CourierService, for the acceptance, processing, and dispatching of Armed Forces
Courier Servicematerial.
A term used to denote collectively all components of theArmy, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast
Guard. See also United States ArmedForces.
A worldwide radio and television broadcastingorganization that provides US military commanders overseas and
at sea with sufficientelectronic media resources to effectively communicate theater, local, Department of
Defense,and Service-unique command information to their personnel and family members. Alsocalled AFRTS.
(JP 3-61)
A helicopter fitted with weapons or weapon systems.
A mine from which all safety devices have been withdrawn and, afterlaying, all automatic safety features
and/or arming delay devices have operated. Such amine is ready to be actuated after receipt of a target signal,
influence, or contact.
A mission with the primary purpose of locating and attacking targetsof opportunity, i.e., enemy materiel,
personnel, and facilities, in assigned general areas oralong assigned ground communications routes, and not
for the purpose of attacking specificbriefed targets.
A sweep fitted with cutters or other devices to increase its ability to cutmine moorings.
As applied to explosives, weapons, and ammunition, the changing from a safe conditionto a state of readiness
for initiation.
A device fitted in a mine to prevent it being actuated for a preset timeafter laying.
See arming wire.
A safety device inserted in a munition, which until its removal, prevents theunintentional action of the arming
cycle. Also called safety pin. See also safety device.
That portion of a weapon that serves to ready (arm), safe, or re-safe (disarm)the firing system and fuzing
system and that may actuate devices in the nuclear system.
A cable, wire or lanyard routed from the aircraft to an expendable aircraftstore in order to initiate the arming
sequence for the store upon release from the aircraft,when the armed release condition has been selected it
also prevents arming initiation priorto store release and during safe jettison. Also called arming lanyard. See
also safetywire.
In international law, a suspension or temporary cessation of hostilities by agreementbetween belligerent
powers. (JP 3-07.3)
A geographically defined line from which disputing or belligerentforces disengage and withdraw to their
respective sides following a truce or cease fireagreement. Also called cease fire line in some United Nations
operations. Also calledADL. See also armistice cease fire cease fire line peace operations. (JP 3-07.3)
The written or unwritten embodiment of the acceptance of one ormore arms control measures by two or
more nations.
A concept that entails the collection, processing, andreporting of data indicating testing or employment of
proscribed weapon systems, includingcountry of origin and location, weapon and payload identification, and
event type.
Any specific arms control course of action.
The tactical headquarters of an Army air defensecommander.
The Army system which provides for interface between Armyand tactical air support agencies of other Services
in the planning, evaluating, processing,and coordinating of air support requirements and operations. It is
composed of appropriatestaff members, including G-2 air and G-3 air personnel, and necessary
communicationequipment. Also called AAGS.
A military-operated retailactivity, usually in remote or forward sites, when regular direct operations exchanges
cannotbe provided. It is a satellite activity of an Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES)direct operation.
The supported unit appoints the officer in charge of an imprest fundactivity, who is issued an initial fund by
AAFES to purchase beginning inventory. Moneygenerated from sales is used to replenish the merchandise
stock. See also imprest fund.(JP 1-0)
A base or group of installations for which a local commander is responsible,consisting of facilities necessary for
support of Army activities including security, internallines of communications, utilities, plants and systems, and
real property for which the Armyhas operating responsibility. See also base complex.
A tactical unit larger than a division and smaller than a field army. A corpsusually consists of two or more
divisions together with auxiliary arms and services. Seealso field army.
The territory between the corps rear boundary and the combat zone rearboundary. Most of the Army
administrative establishment and service troops are usuallylocated in this area. See also rear area.
Command responsible for recommendations to thejoint force commander on the allocation and employment
of Army forces within a combatantcommand. Also called ASCC. (JP 3-31)
The Army component of a joint force special operationscomponent. Also called ARSOC. See also Air Force
special operations componentNavy special operations component. (JP 3-05.1)
Those Active and Reserve Component Army forcesdesignated by the Secretary of Defense that are specifically
organized, trained, and equippedto conduct and support special operations. Also called ARSOF. (JP 3-05)
See tactical digital information link.
See aircraft arresting barrier.
See aircraft arresting gear.
In counterdrug operations, the area in or adjacent to the United States wheresmuggling concludes and
domestic distribution begins (by air, an airstrip by sea, an offloadpoint on land, or transfer to small boats). See
also transit zone. (JP 3-07.4)
See attitude indicator.
A presentation of planned targets giving data for engagement.Scheduled targets are fired in a definite time
sequence. The starting time may be on call, ata prearranged time, or at the occurrence of a specific event.
A point at which the coordinates and the altitude areknown and from which the bearings/azimuths to a
number of reference objects are alsoknown.
1. The climax of an attack, closing with the enemy in hand-to-hand fighting. 2. In anamphibious operation, the
period of time between the arrival of the major assault forces ofthe amphibious task force in the objective area
and the accomplishment of the amphibioustask force mission. 3. To make a short, violent, but well-ordered
attack against a localobjective, such as a gun emplacement, a fort, or a machine gun nest. 4. A phase of
anairborne operation beginning with delivery by air of the assault echelon of the force into theobjective area
and extending through attack of assault objectives and consolidation of theinitial airhead. See also assault
phase landing attack.
A powered aircraft that moves assault troops and/or cargo into an objectivearea.
In amphibious operations, that area that includes the beach area, the boat lanes,the lines of departure, the
landing ship areas, the transport areas, and the fire support areasin the immediate vicinity of the boat lanes.
(JP 3-02)
A graphic means of showing, for amphibious operations, the beachdesignations, boat lanes, organization of the
line of departure, scheduled waves, landingship area, transport areas, and the fire support areas in the
immediate vicinity of the boatlanes.
A landing craft or amphibious vehicle primarily employed for landingtroops and equipment in the assault waves
of an amphibious operation.
A permanently commissioned naval organization, subordinate to thecommander, naval beach group, that
contains landing craft and crews necessary to providelighterage required in an amphibious operation. Also
called ACU. (JP 3-02)
In amphibious operations, the element of a force comprised of tailored unitsand aircraft assigned to conduct
the initial assault on the operational area. Also called AE.See also amphibious operation. (JP 3-02)
1. That fire delivered by attacking troops as they close with the enemy. 2. Inartillery, extremely accurate, short-
range destruction fire at point targets.
In amphibious operations, that echelon of the assault troops,vehicles, aircraft, equipment, and supplies that,
though not needed to initiate the assault, isrequired to support and sustain the assault. In order to accomplish
its purpose, it is normallyrequired in the objective area no later than five days after commencement of the
assaultlanding. Also called AFOE.
1. In an amphibious operation, the period of time between the arrival ofthe major assault forces of the
amphibious task force in the objective area and theaccomplishment of their mission. 2. In an airborne
operation, a phase beginning withdelivery by air of the assault echelon of the force into the objective area and
extendingthrough attack of assault objectives and consolidation of the initial airhead. See also assault.
See landing schedule.
Shipping assigned to the amphibious task force and utilized fortransporting assault troops, vehicles, equipment,
and supplies to the objective area.
See wave.
In logistics, an item forming a portion of an equipment, that can be provisionedand replaced as an entity and
which normally incorporates replaceable parts or groups ofparts. See also component subassembly.
An anchorage intended for the assembly and onward routing ofships.
1. An area in which a command is assembled preparatory to furtheraction. 2. In a supply installation, the gross
area used for collecting and combiningcomponents into complete units, kits, or assemblies.
1. A continuous process that measures the overall effectiveness of employingjoint force capabilities during
military operations. 2. Determination of the progress towardaccomplishing a task, creating an effect, or
achieving an objective. 3. Analysis of thesecurity, effectiveness, and potential of an existing or planned
intelligence activity. 4. Judgment of the motives, qualifications, and characteristics of present or
prospectiveemployees or "agents." (JP 3-0)
The organization responsible for conducting an assessment of an approvedjoint publication. The assessment
agent is assigned by the Director, J-7, Joint Staff normallyUS Joint Forces Command. Also called AA. (CJCSI
5120.02)
Any resource - person, group, relationship, instrument, installation, orsupply - at the disposition of an
intelligence organization for use in an operational orsupport role. Often used with a qualifying term such as
agent asset or propaganda asset.(JP 2-0)
Provides users with information on the location, movement, status, and identityof units, personnel,
equipment, and supplies. It facilitates the capability to act upon thatinformation to improve overall
performance of the Department of Defenses logisticspractices. Also called AV.
1. To place units or personnel in an organization where such placement is relativelypermanent, and/or where
such organization controls and administers the units or personnelfor the primary function, or greater portion of
the functions, of the unit or personnel. 2.(DOD only)To detail individuals to specific duties or functions where
such duties or functionsare primary and/or relatively permanent. See also attach.
The assumption of azimuth origins as a field expedient until the requireddata are available.
A grid constructed using an arbitrary scale superimposed on a map, chart, orphotograph for use in point
designation without regard to actual geographic location. Seealso grid.
A supposition on the current situation or a presupposition on the future course ofevents, either or both
assumed to be true in the absence of positive proof, necessary toenable the commander in the process of
planning to complete an estimate of the situationand make a decision on the course of action.
The transfer of fuel at sea during which the receiving ship(s) keep(s)station astern of the delivering ship.
A sweep whose swept path under conditions of no wind or cross-tideis not equally spaced either side of the
sweepers track.
In artillery and naval gunfire support, the command used when it isdesired to control the exact time of delivery
of fire.
A precedence applied to the task of an artillery unit to provide fire to aformation/unit on a guaranteed basis.
Normally observer, communications, and liaison arenot provided. An artillery unit in "direct support" or "in
support" may simultaneously beplaced "at priority call" to another unit or agency for a particular task and/or
for a specificperiod of time.
Includes the following maritime areas: foreign internal waters, archipelagic waters,and territorial seas foreign
contiguous zones foreign exclusive economic zones the highseas and US-exclusive economic zone, territorial
sea, and internal waters.
The envelope of air surrounding the Earth, including its interfacesand interactions with the Earths solid or liquid
surface.
See airburst.
See nuclear defense.
A nuclear device designed to be detonated on or below theground surface, or under water as a demolition
munition against material-type targets toblock, deny, and/or canalize the enemy.
See nuclear underground burst.
See nuclear underwater burst.
See nuclear warfare.
See nuclear weapon.
1. The placement of units or personnel in an organization where such placement isrelatively temporary. 2. The
detailing of individuals to specific functions where suchfunctions are secondary or relatively temporary, e.g.,
attached for quarters and rationsattached for flying duty. See also assign.
See attach.
An evaluation of information to determine the potential or actual natureand objectives of an attack for the
purpose of providing information for timely decisions.See also damage estimation.
A naval ship designed or converted to transport combat-loaded cargo in anassault landing. Capabilities as to
carrying landing craft, speed of ship, armament, and sizeof hatches and booms are greater than those of
comparable cargo ship types. Designated asLKA.
A subordinate task organization of the navy forces of an amphibious taskforce. It is composed of assault
shipping and supporting naval units designated to transport,protect, land, and initially support a landing group.

1. The interceptor heading during the attack phase that will achieve thedesired track-crossing angle. 2. The
assigned magnetic compass heading to be flown byaircraft during the delivery phase of an air strike.
A helicopter specifically designed to employ various weapons toattack and destroy enemy targets.
1. The location or source from which an attack was initiated. 2. The nationinitiating an attack. See also attack
assessment.
The type and distribution of targets under attack. Also called target pattern.See also attack assessment.
The last position occupied by the assault echelon before crossing the line ofdeparture.
The predicted or actual time of bursts, impacts, or arrival of weapons at theirintended targets.
1. Decrease in intensity of a signal, beam, or wave as a result of absorptionof energy and of scattering out of
the path of a detector, but not including the reduction dueto geometric spreading, i.e., the inverse square of
distance effect. 2. In mine warfare, thereduction in intensity of an influence as distance from the source
increases. 3. In camouflageand concealment, the process of making an object or surface less conspicuous by
reducingits contrast to the surroundings and/or background. Also called tone down.
The ratio of the incident radiation dose or dose rate to the radiationdose or dose rate transmitted through a
shielding material. This is the reciprocal of thetransmission factor.
The position of a body as determined by the inclination of the axes to someframe of reference. If not otherwise
specified, this frame of reference is fixed to the Earth.
An instrument which displays the attitude of the aircraft by referenceto sources of information which may be
contained within the instrument or be external to it.When the sources of information are self-contained, the
instrument may be referred to as anartificial horizon.
The reduction of the effectiveness of a force caused by loss of personnel andmateriel.
In naval mine warfare, a field intended primarily to cause damage toenemy ships. See also minefield.
A factor, normally expressed as a percentage, reflecting the degree oflosses of personnel or materiel due to
various causes within a specified period of time.
Aircraft procured for the specific purpose of replacing the anticipatedlosses of aircraft because of peacetime
and/or wartime attrition.
The continuous sweeping of minefields to keep the risk of mines toall ships as low as possible.
Forces to be transferred from a supporting combatant commander tothe combatant command (command
authority) or operational control of a supportedcombatant commander during the execution of an operation
order approved by the Presidentand Secretary of Defense. (JP 5-0)
A challenge given by voice or electrical means to attest to the authenticity of amessage or transmission.
1. A security measure designed to protect a communications system againstacceptance of a fraudulent
transmission or simulation by establishing the validity of atransmission, message, or originator. 2. A means of
identifying individuals and verifyingtheir eligibility to receive specific categories of information. 3. Evidence by
proper signatureor seal that a document is genuine and official. 4. In personnel recovery missions, theprocess
whereby the identity of an isolated person is confirmed. See also evader evasionrecovery operations security.
(JP 3-50)
A symbol or group of symbols, or a series of bits, selected or derived in aprearranged manner and usually
inserted at a predetermined point within a message ortransmission for the purpose of attesting to the validity
of the message or transmission. authorized departure -A procedure, short of ordered departure, by which
mission employeesor dependents or both, are permitted to leave post in advance of normal rotation when
thenational interests or imminent threat to life require it. (JP 3-68)
An abbreviated and formatted message header used in conjunction withthe mobile cryptologic support facility
(MCSF) to energize the automatic communicationsrelay functions of the MCSF, providing rapid exchange of
data through the system.
See automatic data handling.
A suite of tools for facilitating total asset visibilitysource data capture and transfer. Automated identification
technology includes a variety ofdevices, such as bar codes, magnetic strips, optical memory cards, and radio
frequency tags for marking or "tagging" individual items, multi-packs, equipment, air pallets, or
containers,along with the hardware and software required to create the devices, read the informationon them,
and integrate that information with other logistic information. Also called AIT.(JP 3-35)
The Defense Manpower Data Center uses thissystem to track the status of noncombatant evacuees after they
have arrived in an initialsafe haven in the US. (JP 3-68)
A control mode in which the aircrafts speed and flightpath are automatically controlled for approach, flare-out,
and landing. See also ground-controlled approach procedure.
A generalization of automatic data processing to include theaspect of data transfer.
1. Data processing largely performed by automatic means. 2.That branch of science and technology concerned
with methods and techniques relating todata processing largely performed by automatic means.
A system which includes all equipment to controlautomatically the flight of an aircraft or missile to a path or
attitude described by referencesinternal or external to the aircraft or missile. Also called AFCS.
Any organized assembly of resources and methodsused to collect, process, and distribute messages largely by
automatic means.
A resupply mission fully planned before insertion of a special operationsteam into the operations area that
occurs at a prearranged time and location, unless changedby the operating team after insertion. See also
emergency resupply on-call resupply.(JP 3-50.3)
An intercept receiver and jamming transmitter system whichsearches for and jams signals automatically which
have specific radiation characteristics.
A system by which certain supply requirements are automatically shippedor issued for a predetermined period
of time without requisition by the using unit. It isbased upon estimated or experience-usage factors.
The automation network combines all of the information collectiondevices, automatic identification
technologies, and the automated information systems thateither support or facilitate the joint reception,
staging, onward movement, and integrationprocess. See also automated identification technology joint
reception, staging, onwardmovement, and integration. (JP 3-35)
In air defense, the mode of operation assumed by a unit after it haslost all communications with higher
echelons. The unit commander assumes fullresponsibility for control of weapons and engagement of hostile
targets.
The date after notification of mobilization by which forces will be marshalledat their home station or
mobilization station and available for deployment. See also homestation mobilization mobilization station. (JP
4-05)
The passenger and/or cargo capacity expressed in weight and/or spaceavailable to the user.
A date specified for each unit in a time-phased force and deploymentdata indicating when that unit will be
ready to load at the point of embarkation. Also called ALD.
An air or ground route of an attacking force of a given size leading to itsobjective or to key terrain in its path.
Also called AA.
The average distance traveled per hour, calculated over the whole journey,excluding specifically ordered halts.

The core element of a Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF)that is task-organized to conduct aviation
operations. The aviation combat element (ACE)provides all or a portion of the six functions of Marine aviation
necessary to accomplish theMAGTFs mission. These functions are antiair warfare, offensive air support, assault
support,electronic warfare, air reconnaissance, and control of aircraft and missiles. The ACE isusually
composed of an aviation unit headquarters and various other aviation units or theirdetachments. It can vary in
size from a small aviation detachment of specifically requiredaircraft to one or more Marine aircraft wings. The
ACE itself is not a formal command.Also called ACE. See also combat service support element command
element groundcombat element Marine air-ground task force Marine expeditionary force Marineexpeditionary
force (forward) Marine expeditionary unit special purpose Marineair-ground task force task force.
See life support equipment.
The special field of medicine which is related to the biological andpsychological problems of flight.
An aircraft carrier. See also air-capable ship aircraft amphibious aviationassault ship. (JP 3-04.1)
Individual and/or unit measures taken to avoid or minimize nuclear, biological,and chemical (NBC) attacks and
reduce the effects of NBC hazards. (JP 3-11)
A route running through the rear area and into the forward area. See also route.
A line of advance assigned for purposes of control often a road or a group ofroads, or a designated series of
locations, extending in the direction of the enemy.
Quantities may be expressed in positive quantities increasing in a clockwise direction,or in X, Y coordinates
where south and west are negative. They may be referenced to truenorth or magnetic north depending on the
particular weapon system used.
An angle measured clockwise in the horizontal plane between a referencedirection and any other line.
Information which will enable the pilot or autopilot of an aircraft tofollow the required track.
The ability of radar equipment to separate two reflectors at similarranges but different bearings from a
reference point. Normally the minimum separationdistance between the reflectors is quoted and expressed as
the angle subtended by thereflectors at the reference point.
The transfer of information from a higher to a lower echelon of command. Seealso track telling.
The rearward movement of personnel and materiel from an air terminal inforward deployed areas back to a
staging base (either in-theater or out) after the normalforward delivery. See also staging base. (JP 3-17)
Radio wave propagation in which the direction of the incident and scatteredwaves, resolved along a reference
direction (usually horizontal), are oppositely directed. Asignal received by back-scattering is often referred to
as "back-scatter."
In cartography, an image printed on the reverse side of a map sheet alreadyprinted on one side. Also the
printing of such images.
Reserve Component units and individuals recalled to replace deploying active unitsand/or individuals in the
continental United States and outside the continental United States.See also Reserve Components. (JP 4-05.1)
The evidence or effect on a detector of radiation caused by backgroundradiation. In connection with health
protection, the background count includes but is notlimited to radiations produced by naturally occurring
radioactivity and cosmic rays.
Nuclear (or ionizing) radiations arising from within the body andfrom the surroundings to which individuals are
always exposed.
Refers to a portion of the laser energy that is scattered back in the direction ofthe seeker by an obscurant. See
also laser. (JP 3-09.1)
The area of a beach extending from the limit of high water foam lines to dunes orextreme inland limit of the
beach. (JP 4-01.6)
An even layer of water that moves along the sea floor from the beach through thesurf zone and caused by the
pile-up of water on the beach from incoming breakers. (JP 4-01.6)
A concept as applied to an arms control measure that connotes: a. adjustments ofarmed forces and
armaments in such a manner that one state does not obtain militaryadvantage over other states agreeing to
the measure and b. internal adjustments by onestate of its forces in such manner as to enable it to cope with
all aspects of remaining threatsto its security in a post arms control agreement era.
See reference datum.
1. That condition of supply when availability and requirements are inequilibrium for specific items. 2. An
accumulation of supplies in quantities determinednecessary to meet requirements for a fixed period.
The space available for cargo measured in cubic feet to the inside ofthe cargo battens, on the frames, and to
the underside of the beams. In a general cargo ofmixed commodities, the bale cubic applies. The stowage of
the mixed cargo comes incontact with the cargo battens and as a general rule does not extend to the skin of
the ship.
The marking of a route by a system of dim beacon lights enabling vehicles to bedriven at near day-time speed,
under blackout conditions.
Any missile which does not rely upon aerodynamic surfaces to producelift and consequently follows a ballistic
trajectory when thrust is terminated. See also aerodynamic missile guided missile.
An electronic system for providing detection andearly warning of attack by enemy intercontinental ballistic
missiles. Also called BMEWS.
The trajectory traced after the propulsive force is terminated and thebody is acted upon only by gravity and
aerodynamic drag.
That constant wind that would have the same effect upon the trajectory of abomb or projectile as the wind
encountered in flight.
The science or art that deals with the motion, behavior, appearance, ormodification of missiles or other
vehicles acted upon by propellants, wind, gravity,temperature, or any other modifying substance, condition, or
force.
See barrage, Part 2.
In electronic warfare, a balloon-supported confusion reflector to producefraudulent radar echoes.
The difference between the limiting frequencies of a continuous frequency bandexpressed in hertz (cycles per
second). The term bandwidth is also loosely used to refer tothe rate at which data can be transmitted over a
given communications circuit. In the latterusage, bandwidth is usually expressed in either kilobits per second or
megabits per second.
The angle between the aircrafts normal axis and the Earths vertical planecontaining the aircrafts longitudinal
axis.
A submerged or emerged embankment of sand, gravel, or mud created on the sea floor inshallow water by
waves and currents. A bar may be composed of mollusk shells. (JP 4-01.6)
See graphic scale scale.
A base having minimum essential facilities to house, sustain, and support operationsto include, if required, a
stabilized runway, taxiways, and aircraft parking areas. A barebase must have a source of water that can be
made potable. Other requirements to operateunder bare base conditions form a necessary part of the force
package deployed to the barebase. See also base. (JP 3-05.1)
A flat-bed, shallow-draft vessel with no superstructure that is used for the transport ofcargo and ships stores or
for general utility purposes. See also watercraft. (JP 4-01.6)
The altitude determined by a barometric altimeter by reference to apressure level and calculated according to
the standard atmosphere laws. See also altitude.
1. A prearranged barrier of fires, except that delivered by small arms, designed toprotect friendly troops and
installations by impeding enemy movements across defensivelines or areas. 2. A protective screen of balloons
that is moored to the ground and kept atgiven heights to prevent or hinder operations by enemy aircraft. This
meaning also calledballoon barrage. 3. A type of electronic attack intended for simultaneous jamming over
awide area of frequency spectrum. See also barrage jamming electronic warfare fires.
Fire which is designed to fill a volume of space or area rather than aimedspecifically at a given target. See also
fire.
Simultaneous electromagnetic jamming over a broad band of frequencies.See also jamming.
See aircraft arresting barrier.
A coordinated series of obstacles designed or employed to channel, direct, restrict,delay, or stop the
movement of an opposing force and to impose additional losses inpersonnel, time, and equipment on the
opposing force. Barriers can exist naturally, beman-made, or a combination of both. (JP 3-15)
One or more divisions or elements of fighter aircraft employedbetween a force and an objective area as a
barrier across the probable direction of enemyattack. It is used as far from the force as control conditions
permit, giving added protectionagainst raids that use the most direct routes of approach. See also combat air
patrol.
Air, surface, and submarine units and their supporting systems positionedacross the likely courses of expected
enemy transit for early detection and providing rapidwarning, blocking, and destruction of the enemy.
A comprehensive, coordinated plan that includesresponsibilities general location of unspecified and specific
barriers, obstacles, andminefields special instructions limitations coordination and completion times. The
planmay designate locations of obstacle zones or belts. It is normally prepared as an annex to acampaign plan,
operation plan, or operation order. (JP 3-15)
1. A locality from which operations are projected or supported. 2. An area orlocality containing installations
which provide logistic or other support. See alsoestablishment. 3. (DOD only) Home airfield or home carrier.
See also base of operationsfacility.
A line that delineates the surface area of a base for the purpose of facilitatingcoordination and deconfliction of
operations between adjacent units, formations, or areas.(JP 3-10)
In base defense operations, a collection of bases, geographically grouped formutual protection and ease of
command and control. (JP 3-10)
In base defense operations, a senior base commander designatedby the joint force commander responsible for
coordinating the defense of bases within thebase cluster and for integrating defense plansofbasesinto a base
cluster defense plan. (JP 3-10)
A command and control facility that serves as the basecluster commanders focal point for defense and security
of the base cluster. Also calledBCOC. (JP 3-10)
In base defense operations, the officer assigned to command a base. (JP 3-10)
See Army base installation complex Marine base naval base naval orMarine (air) base. See also noncontiguous
facility.
The local military measures, both normal and emergency, required to nullify orreduce the effectiveness of
enemy attacks on, or sabotage of, a base, to ensure that themaximum capacity of its facilities is available to US
forces.
Troops assigned or attached to a base for the primary purpose of basedefense and security as well as
augmentees and selectively armed personnel available tothe base commander for base defense from units
performing primary missions other thanbase defense. (JP 3-10) base defense operations center -A command
and control facility, with responsibilities similarto a base cluster operations center, established by the base
commander to serve as the focal point for base security and defense. It plans, directs, integrates, coordinates,
and controlsall base defense efforts. Also called BDOC. (JP 3-10)
An air defense zone established around an air base and limited to theengagement envelope of short-range air
defense weapons systems defending that base.Base defense zones have specific entry, exit, and identification,
friend or foe proceduresestablished. Also called BDZ. (JP 3-10)
The acquisition, development, expansion,improvement, and construction and/or replacement of the facilities
and resources of an areaor location to support forces employed in military operations or deployed in
accordancewith strategic plans. (JP 3-34)
A plan for the facilities, installations, and bases required to supportmilitary operations.
See base unit.
1. (surveying) A surveyed line established with more than usual care, to whichsurveys are referred for
coordination and correlation. 2. (photogrammetry) The linebetween the principal points of two consecutive
vertical air photographs. It is usuallymeasured on one photograph after the principal point of the other has
been transferred. 3.(radio navigation systems) The shorter arc of the great circle joining two radio
transmittingstations of a navigation system. 4. (triangulation) The side of one of a series of
coordinatedtriangles the length of which is measured with prescribed accuracy and precision and fromwhich
lengths of the other triangle sides are obtained by computation.
A map or chart showing certain fundamental information, used as a base uponwhich additional data of
specialized nature are compiled or overprinted. Also, a mapcontaining all the information from which maps
showing specialized information can beprepared. See also chart base map.
An area or facility from which a military force begins its offensiveoperations, to which it falls back in case of
reverse, and in which supply facilities areorganized.
That period of time for which factors were determined for use in current planningand programming.
In the context of joint operation planning level 2 planning detail, a type of operationplan that describes the
concept of operations, major forces, sustainment concept, andanticipated timelines for completing the
mission. It normally does not include annexes ora time-phased force and deployment data. (JP 5-0)
An area within the communications zone in an operational area organized toprovide logistic support to forward
areas.
A Department of Defense Service or agency installation withinthe United States and its possessions and
territories tasked to serve as a base for militaryforces engaged in either homeland defense or civil support
operations. Also called BSI.(JP 3-28)
A cloud which rolls out from the bottom of the column produced by asubsurface burst of a nuclear weapon.
For underwater bursts the surge is, in effect, a cloudof liquid droplets which has the property of flowing almost
as if it were a homogeneousfluid. For subsurface land bursts the surge is made up of small solid particles but
stillbehaves like a fluid.
Unit of organization in a tactical operation around which a movement or maneuveris planned and performed.
The continuing annual costs of military operations funded by the operationsand maintenance and military
personnel appropriations. (JP 1-06)
Coverage of any installation or area of a permanent nature with which latercoverage can be compared to
discover any changes that have taken place.
A compilation of identified installations and physical areas of potentialsignificance as objectives for attack. Also
called BE.
Fundamental intelligence concerning the general situation, resources,capabilities, and vulnerabilities of foreign
countries or areas which may be used as referencematerial in the planning of operations at any level and in
evaluating subsequent informationrelating to the same subject.
The quantity of supplies required to be on hand within, and which can bemoved by, a unit or formation. It is
expressed according to the wartime organization of theunit or formation and maintained at the prescribed
levels.
Axial, lateral, and connecting routes designated in peacetimeby the host nation to meet the anticipated
military movements and transport requirements,both Allied and national.
Research directed toward the increase of knowledge, the primary aim beinga greater knowledge or
understanding of the subject under study. See also research.
Stocks to support the execution of approved operational plans for an initialpredetermined period. See also
sustaining stocks.
The probability, expressed as a percentage, of a single vehiclebeing stopped by mines while attempting to cross
a minefield.
The conventional organization of landing force units for combat,involving combinations of infantry, supporting
ground arms, and aviation for accomplishmentof missions ashore. This organizational form is employed as
soon as possible following thelanding of the various assault components of the landing force.
The essential things, expressed in broad terms, that must be done inorder to implement the commanders
concept successfully. These may include military,diplomatic, economic, informational, and other measures. See
also strategic concept.
Authority that prescribes the number of items to be issued to an individual, aunit, a military organization, or for
a unit piece of equipment.
See depth contour.
In an amphibious operation, an infantry battalion normally reinforcedby necessary combat and service
elements the basic unit for planning an assault landing.Also called BLT.
1. Tactical and administrative artillery unit or subunit corresponding to a companyor similar unit in other
branches of the Army. 2. All guns, torpedo tubes, searchlights, ormissile launchers of the same size or caliber or
used for the same purpose, either installed inone ship or otherwise operating as an entity.
A method of fire in which weapons are discharged from the left(right), one after the other, at five second
intervals.
A point on the ground, the coordinates of which are used as a referenceindicating the location of the battery in
the production of firing data. Also called chartlocation of the battery.
The estimate of damage resulting from the application of lethalor nonlethal military force. Battle damage
assessment is composed of physical damageassessment, functional damage assessment, and target system
assessment. Also called BDA.See also combat assessment. (JP 3-0)
Essential repair, which may be improvised, carried out rapidly ina battle environment in order to return
damaged or disabled equipment to temporary service.Also called BDR.
A standing operational naval task force organization of carriers, surfacecombatants, and submarines assigned
to numbered fleets. A battle force is subdivided intobattle groups.
Damage or harm sustained by personnel during or as a result of battle conditions.Also called BI. (JP 4-02)
The management of activities within the operational environment basedon the commands, direction, and
guidance given by appropriate authority. Also called BM.(JP 3-01)
Reserve supplies accumulated by an army, detached corps, or detached divisionin the vicinity of the battlefield,
in addition to unit and individual reserves. See also reservesupplies.
A deliberate daily cycle of command, staff, and unit activities intended tosynchronize current and future
operations. (JP 3-33)
An Army liaison that provides selected operationalfunctions between the Army forces and the air component
commander. Battlefieldcoordination detachment located in the air operations center interface includes
exchanging current intelligence and operational data, support requirements, coordinatingthe integration of
Army forces requirements for airspace coordinating measures, firesupport coordination measures, and theater
airlift. Also called BCD. See also AirForce air and space operations center liaison. (JP 3-03)
The lighting of the battle area by artificial light, either visible orinvisible to the naked eye.
Systematic observation of the battle area for the purpose ofproviding timely information and combat
intelligence. See also surveillance.
The environment, factors, and conditions that must be understood to successfullyapply combat power, protect
the force, or complete the mission. This includes the air, land,sea, space, and the included enemy and friendly
forces facilities weather terrain theelectromagnetic spectrum and the information environment within the
operational areasand areas of interest. See also electromagnetic spectrum information environmentjoint
intelligence preparation of the battlespace.
Knowledge and understanding of the operational areas environment,factors, and conditions, to include the
status of friendly and adversary forces, neutrals andnoncombatants, weather and terrain, that enables timely,
relevant, comprehensive, andaccurate assessments, in order to successfully apply combat power, protect the
force, and/or complete the mission. (JP 2-01)
1. The area extending from the shoreline inland to a marked change in physiographicform or material, or to the
line of permanent vegetation (coastline). 2. In amphibiousoperations, that portion of the shoreline designated
for landing of a tactical organization.
An estimate, expressed in terms of measurement tons, or weight tons, ofcargo that may be unloaded over a
designated strip of shore per day. See also clearancecapacity port capacity.
See naval beach group shore party.
A geographic location selected for across-the-beach infiltration, exfiltration,or resupply operations. Also called
BLS. (JP 3-05)
A sign or device used to identify a beach or certain activities thereon forincoming waterborne traffic. Markers
may be panels, lights, buoys, or electronic devices.
A minefield in the shallow water approaches to a possible amphibiouslanding beach. See also minefield.
In an amphibious operation, the planned arrangement of personnel andfacilities to effect movement, supply,
and evacuation across beaches and in the beach areafor support of a landing force.
The naval component of the shore party. See also beachmaster unit shoreparty.
The naval officer in command of the naval component of theshore party.
Vertical, oblique, ground, and periscope coverage at varying scales toprovide information of offshore, shore,
and inland areas. It covers terrain that providesobservation of the beaches and is primarily concerned with the
geological and tacticalaspects of the beach.
In an amphibious operation, an accumulation of supplies of all classesestablished in dumps in beachhead areas.
See also reserve supplies.
In amphibious operations, the area to the rear of a landing force orelements thereof, established and operated
by shore party units, which contains the facilitiesfor the unloading of troops and materiel and the support of
the forces ashore it includesfacilities for the evacuation of wounded, enemy prisoners of war, and captured
materiel.Also called BSA.
The collection of data describing the physical characteristics of a beach thatis, an area whose boundaries are a
shoreline, a coastline, and two natural or arbitrary assignedflanks.
The horizontal dimensions of the beach measured at right angles to the shorelinefrom the line of extreme low
water inland to the landward limit of the beach (the coastline).
A designated area on a hostile or potentially hostile shore that, when seized andheld, ensures the continuous
landing of troops and materiel, and provides maneuver spacerequisite for subsequent projected operations
ashore. (JP 3-02)
The naval officer in command of the beachmaster unit of the naval beachgroup. Also called BM.
A commissioned naval unit of the naval beach group designed to provideto the shore party a Navy component
known as a beach party, which is capable of supportingthe amphibious landing of one division (reinforced).
Also called BMU. See also beachparty naval beach group shore party. (JP 4-01.6)
A missile guided by an electronic beam.
The angle between the directions, on either side of the axis, at which the intensityof the radio frequency field
drops to one-half the value it has on the axis.
The horizontal angle at a given point measured clockwise from a specific datumpoint to a second point. See
also grid bearing relative bearing true bearing.
The area on the ground upon which the cone of fire falls.
The period of time at which the sun is halfway between beginningmorning and nautical twilight and sunrise,
when there is enough light to see objects clearlywith the unaided eye. At this time, light intensification devices
are no longer effective, andthe sun is six degrees below the eastern horizon. Also called BMCT.
The start of that period where, in good conditions and inthe absence of other illumination, enough light is
available to identify the general outlinesof ground objects and conduct limited military operations. Light
intensification devices arestill effective and may have enhanced capabilities. At this time, the sun is 12 degrees
belowthe eastern horizon. Also called BMNT.
See missing.
The nearly horizontal portion of a beach or backshore having an abrupt falland formed by deposition of
material by wave action. A berm marks the limit of ordinaryhigh tide. For air cushion vehicles, berms
(constructed) are required to protect materialshandling equipment operations. See also backshore. (JP 4-01.6)
See missing.
A bend in a coast forming an open bay or an open bay formed by such a bend. (JP 4-01.6)
Infrastructure which concerns only two NATO members and isfinanced by mutual agreement between them
(e.g., facilities required for the use of forcesof one NATO member in the territory of another). See also
infrastructure.
A ships publication listing operational or administrative procedures. (JP 3-04.1)
1. Shelter for troops. 2. To quarter troops. 3. A personnel position or assignment thatmay be filled by one
person.
Storage of items of supplies and equipment in an individual compartment orsubdivision of a storage unit in less
than bulk quantities. See also bulk storage storage.
A munition in which chemical substances, held in separatecontainers, react when mixed or combined as a
result of being fired, launched, or otherwiseinitiated to produce a chemical agent. See also munition.
The fastening or securing of items to a movable platform called a pallet. Seealso palletized unit load.
That component of intelligence that deals with individual foreignpersonalities of actual or potential
importance.
A microorganism that causes disease in personnel, plants, or animals orcauses the deterioration of materiel.
See also biological operation biological weaponchemical agent.
A type of ammunition, the filler of which is primarily a biologicalagent.
The methods, plans, and procedures involved in establishing andexecuting defensive measures against attacks
using biological agents.
Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persistingeffects of biological weapons.
See half-life.
Employment of biological agents to produce casualties in personnel oranimals or damage to plants. See also
biological agent biological threat. (JP 3-11)
A threat that consists of biological material planned to be deployed toproduce casualties in personnel or
animals or damage plants. See also biological agentbiological ammunition biological defense biological
environment chemical, biological,and radiological operation contamination contamination control. (JP 3-11)
See biological operation.
An item of materiel which projects, disperses, or disseminates abiological agent including arthropod vectors.
Measurable physical characteristic or personal behavior trait used to recognize theidentity or verify the
claimed identity of an individual. (JP 2-0)
The process of recognizing an individual based on measurable anatomical,physiological, and behavioral
characteristics. (JP 2-0)
In intelligence handling, a term used in certain phrases (e.g., living black, black bordercrossing) to indicate
reliance on illegal concealment rather than on cover.
An official counterintelligence listing of actual or potential enemy collaborators, sympathizers, intelligence
suspects, and other persons whose presence menaces the security of friendly forces.
Propaganda that purports to emanate from a source other than the trueone. See also propaganda.
Destruction of or damage to structures and personnel by the force of an explosion on or above the surface of
the ground. Blast effect may be contrasted with the cratering and ground-shock effects of a projectile or
charge that goes off beneath the surface.
A horizontal radial line on the surface of the Earth originating at ground zero onwhich measurements of blast
from an explosion are taken.
A sharply defined wave of increased pressure rapidly propagated through asurrounding medium from a center
of detonation or similar disturbance.
The passage around and envelopment of a structure by the nuclearblast wave.
That edge of a map or chart on which cartographic detail is extended to theedge of the sheet.
Any transmission of information that is made without expectation ofacknowledgement. (JP 3-05)
A chemical agent which injures the eyes and lungs, and burns or blisters theskin. Also called vesicant agent.

A method of shipment of supplies to overseas areas to provide balancedstocks or an arbitrary balanced force
for a specific number of days, e.g., shipment of 30days supply for an average force of 10,000 individuals.
A method of loading whereby all cargo for a specific destinationis stowed together. The purpose is to facilitate
rapid off-loading at the destination, with theleast possible disturbance of cargo intended for other points. See
also loading.
The use of wedges or chocks to prevent the inadvertent shiftingof cargo in transit.
A defensive position so sited as to deny the enemy access to a given areaor to prevent the enemys advance in
a given direction.
A chemical compound, including the cyanide group, that affects bodilyfunctions by preventing the normal
utilization of oxygen by body tissues.
A small sheet of material depicting an American flag and a statement in severallanguages to the effect that
anyone assisting the bearer to safety will be rewarded. See alsoevasion aid. (JP 3-50.3)
See blood chit.
1. Escape, to the rear and under pressure, of gases formed during the firing ofthe weapon. Blowback may be
caused by a defective breech mechanism, a ruptured cartridgecase, or a faulty primer. 2. Type of weapon
operation in which the force of expandinggases acting to the rear against the face of the bolt furnishes all the
energy required toinitiate the complete cycle of operation. A weapon which employs this method of
operationis characterized by the absence of any breech-lock or bolt-lock mechanism.
US military personnel, US citizen civilian employees of the Department of Defense,and the dependents of both
categories who travel in connection with the death of an immediatefamily member. It also applies to
designated escorts for dependents of deceased militarymembers. Furthermore, the term is used to designate
the personal property shipment of adeceased member.
An organized group of individuals within a joint force commanders headquarters,appointed by the commander
(or other authority) that meets with the purpose of gainingguidance or decision. Its responsibilities and
authority are governed by the authority whichestablished the board. (JP 3-33)
In the assault phase of an amphibious operation, a diagram showing the positionsof individuals and equipment
in each boat.
The basic organization of landing craft. One boat group is organized for eachbattalion landing team (or
equivalent) to be landed in the first trip of landing craft oramphibious vehicles.
A lane for amphibious assault landing craft, which extends seaward from thelanding beaches to the line of
departure. The width of a boat lane is determined by thelength of the corresponding beach.
The space and weight factor used to determine the capacity of boats, landingcraft, and amphibious vehicles.
With respect to landing craft and amphibious vehicles, it isbased on the requirements of one person with
individual equipment. The person is assumedto weigh 224 pounds and to occupy 13.5 cubic feet of space. See
also man space.
See wave.
The conical section of a ballistic body that progressively decreases in diametertoward the tail to reduce overall
aerodynamic drag.
See explosive ordnance disposal unit.
A graphic representation of the target area, usually a pre-strike airphotograph, on which prominent dots are
plotted to mark the impact or detonation points ofbombs dropped on a specific bombing attack.
An imaginary line around a defended area or objective over which anaircraft should release its bomb in order
to obtain a hit or hits on an area or objective.
The point in space at which bombs must be released to reach thedesired point of detonation.
See intermediate-range bomber aircraft long-range bomber aircraftmedium-range bomber aircraft.
The angle between the vertical and a line joining the aircraft to whatwould be the point of impact of a bomb
released from it at that instant.
In air bombing, that part of the flight that begins, normally from an initialpoint, with the approach to the
target, includes target acquisition, and ends normally at theweapon release point.
Good faith. In personnel recovery, the use of verbal or visual communication byindividuals who are unknown
to one another, to establish their authenticity, sincerity, honesty,and truthfulness. See also evasion recovery
recovery operations. (JP 3-50)
In electrical engineering, the process of connecting together metal parts so thatthey make low resistance
electrical contact for direct current and lower frequency alternatingcurrents. See also earthing.
An explosive or nonexplosive device or other material, deliberately placed tocause casualties when an
apparently harmless object is disturbed or a normally safe act isperformed.
That portion of the flight of a ballistic missile or space vehicle during which thebooster and sustainer engines
operate. See also midcourse phase terminal phase. (JP 3-01)
1. A high-explosive element sufficiently sensitive so as to be actuated by smallexplosive elements in a fuze or
primer and powerful enough to cause detonation of themain explosive filling. 2. An auxiliary or initial
propulsion system which travels with amissile or aircraft and which may or may not separate from the parent
craft when its impulsehas been delivered. A booster system may contain, or consist of, one or more units.
In cartography, the area of a map or chart lying between the neatline and thesurrounding framework.
A cartographic technique used when it is required to extend a portion ofthe cartographic detail of a map or
chart beyond the sheetlines into the margin.
An individual, living close to a frontier, who normally has to cross thefrontier frequently for legitimate
purposes.
Type of fuze having an interrupter in the explosive train that prevents aprojectile from exploding until after it
has cleared the muzzle of a weapon.
A mine with negative buoyancy which remains on the seabed. Also calledground mine. See also mine. (JP 3-15)
1. In land warfare, a single movement, usually from cover to cover, made bytroops often under enemy fire. 2.
(DOD only) Distance covered in one movement by aunit that is advancing by bounds.
A line that delineates surface areas for the purpose of facilitating coordination anddeconfliction of operations
between adjacent units, formations, or areas. See also airspacecontrol boundary. (JP 3-0)
In naval mine warfare, a mine in which a number of buoyant mine casesare attached to the same sinker, so
that when the mooring of one mine case is cut, anothermine rises from the sinker to its set depth. See also
mine.
A method of adjusting fire in which a bracket is established by obtaining anover and a short along the spotting
line, and then successively splitting the bracket in halfuntil a target hit or desired bracket is obtained.
1. A subdivision of any organization. 2. A geographically separate unit of an activity,which performs all or part
of the primary functions of the parent activity on a smaller scale.Unlike an annex, a branch is not merely an
overflow addition. 3. An arm or service of theArmy. 4. The contingency options built into the base plan. A
branch is used for changingthe mission, orientation, or direction of movement of a force to aid success of the
operationbased on anticipated events, opportunities, or disruptions caused by enemy actions andreactions.
See also sequel. (JP 5-0)
1. In detection by radar, the separation of one solid return into a number ofindividual returns which
correspond to the various objects or structure groupings. Thisseparation is contingent upon a number of
factors including range, beam width, gain setting,object size and distance between objects. 2. In imagery
interpretation, the result ofmagnification or enlargement which causes the imaged item to lose its identity and
theresultant presentation to become a random series of tonal impressions. Also called split-up.
1. The onset of a condition in which the shock front moves away from theexterior of the expanding fireball
produced by the explosion of a nuclear weapon. 2. (DODonly) After completion of attack, turn to heading as
directed.
Any commodity that, because of its weight, dimensions, or incompatibilitywith other cargo, must be shipped
by mode other than military van or SEAVAN. See alsobreakbulk ship. (JP 4-01.7)
A ship with conventional holds for stowage of breakbulk cargo, below orabove deck, and equipped with cargo-
handling gear. Ships also may be capable of carryinga limited number of containers, above or below deck. See
also breakbulk cargo. (JP 4-01.7)
A wave in the process of losing energy where offshore energy loss is caused by windaction and nearshore
energy loss is caused by the impact of the sea floor as the wave entersshallow (shoaling) water. Breakers either
plunge, spill, or surge. See also breaker angle.(JP 4-01.6)
The angle a breaker makes with the beach. See also breaker. (JP 4-01.6)
The position at which a leaver or leaver section breaks off from themain convoy to proceed to a different
destination.
A code which provides no security but which has as its sole purpose theshortening of messages rather than the
concealment of their content.
An area of ground held or to be gained on the enemys side of an obstacle. Seealso airhead beachhead.
The limit of the objective area in the development of the bridgehead.See also objective area.
The act of giving in advance specific instructions or information.
A unit usually smaller than a division to which are attached groups and/or battalionsand smaller units tailored
to meet anticipated requirements. Also called BDE.
When a water craft is thrown broadside to the wind and waves, against a bar, oragainst the shoreline. (JP 4-
01.6)
Acute medical care (first aid) provided by a non-medical Service member toanother person. (JP 4-02)
In nuclear warfare: 1. The horizontal distance which, when added to theradius of safety, will give the desired
assurance that the specified degree of risk will not beexceeded. The buffer distance is normally expressed
quantitatively in multiples of thedelivery error. 2. The vertical distance which is added to the fallout safe-height
of burst inorder to determine a desired height of burst which will provide the desired assurance thatmilitarily
significant fallout will not occur. It is normally expressed quantitatively in multiplesof the vertical error.

1. A defined area controlled by a peace operations force from which disputing orbelligerent forces have been
excluded. A buffer zone is formed to create an area of separationbetween disputing or belligerent forces and
reduce the risk of renewed conflict. Also calledarea of separation in some United Nations operations. Also
called BZ. See also area ofseparation line of demarcation peace operations. 2. A conical volume centered on
thelasers line of sight with its apex at the aperture of the laser, within which the beam will becontained with a
high degree of certainty. It is determined by the buffer angle. See alsolaser. (JP 3-07.3)
1. A concealed microphone or listening device or other audiosurveillance device. 2. Toinstall means for
audiosurveillance.
Room or object that contains a concealed listening device.
Structures assembled from manufactured components designed to providespecific building configurations
(e.g., large steel arch structures, large span tension fabricstructures, panelized buildings, and pre-engineered
buildings). (JP 3-34)
The process of attaining prescribed strength of units and prescribed levels ofvehicles, equipment, stores, and
supplies. Also may be applied to the means of accomplishingthis process.
That which is generally shipped in volume where the transportation conveyanceis the only external container
such as liquids, ore, or grain.
A liquid petroleum product transported by various means andstored in tanks or containers having an individual
fill capacity greater than 250 liters.
1. Storage in a warehouse of supplies and equipment in large quantities, usuallyin original containers, as
distinguished from bin storage. 2. Storage of liquids, such aspetroleum products in tanks, as distinguished from
drum or packaged storage. See also binstorage storage.
An established reference point from which the position of an object can be referenced.See also reference
point. (JP 3-60)
A long-standing functional organization, with a supporting staff designed to performa specific function or
activity within a joint force commanders headquarters. (JP 3-33)
An official statement by one intelligence agency to other agencies, domestic orforeign, that an individual or
group is unreliable for any of a variety of reasons.
The distance at which a specific radar can discern targets through theexternal interference being received.
The point in time or in the missile trajectory when combustion of fuels in therocket engine is terminated by
other than programmed cutoff.
The velocity attained by a missile at the point of burnout.
See times.
A source of subsistence and supplies, typically containing items such as food, water,medical items, and/or
communications equipment, packaged to prevent damage fromexposure and hidden in isolated locations by
such methods as burial, concealment, and/orsubmersion, to support isolated personnel. See also concealment
evader evasionrecovery recovery operations. (JP 3-50)
An adjusted value of the equivalent focal length, so computed asto equalize the positive and negative values of
distortion over the entire field used in acamera.
Fire delivered on a specific target in response to a request from the supported unit.See also fire.
A request for fire containing data necessary for obtaining the required fire ona target.
Any combination of characters or pronounceable words, which identifies acommunication facility, a command,
an authority, an activity, or a unit used primarily forestablishing and maintaining communications. Also called
CS. See also collective callsign indefinite call sign international call sign net call sign tactical call sign visualcall
sign voice call sign.
An imaginary line through the optical center of the lens perpendicular to thenegative photo plane.
Direction on the horizontal plane of the optical axis of the cameraat the time of exposure. This direction is
defined by its azimuth expressed in degrees inrelation to true/magnetic north.
The determination of the calibrated focal length, the location of theprincipal point with respect to the fiducial
marks and the lens distortion effective in thefocal plane of the camera referred to the particular calibrated
focal length.
The frequency with which camera frames are exposed, expressedas cycles per second.
See photo nadir.
The use of natural or artificial material on personnel, objects, or tacticalpositions with the aim of confusing,
misleading, or evading the enemy.
Photography utilizing a special type of film (usuallyinfrared) designed for the detection of camouflage.

The resulting cavity in a deep underground burst when there is no rupture ofthe surface. See also crater.
A series of related major operations aimed at achieving strategic and operationalobjectives within a given time
and space. See also campaign plan. (JP 5-0)
A joint operation plan for a series of related major operations aimed atachieving strategic or operational
objectives within a given time and space. See alsocampaign campaign planning. (JP 5-0)
The process whereby combatant commanders and subordinate jointforce commanders translate national or
theater strategy into operational concepts throughthe development of an operation plan for a campaign.
Campaign planning may beginduring contingency planning when the actual threat, national guidance, and
availableresources become evident, but is normally not completed until after the President or Secretaryof
Defense selects the course of action during crisis action planning. Campaign planning isconducted when
contemplated military operations exceed the scope of a single major jointoperation. See also campaign
campaign plan. (JP 5-0)
To restrict operations to a narrow zone by use of existing or reinforcing obstacles orby fire or bombing.
A list of objects or entities submitted by component commanders,appropriate agencies, or the joint force
commanders staff for further development andinclusion on the joint target list and/or restricted target list, or
moved to the no-strikelist. Also called CTL. See also joint integrated prioritized target list target,
targetnomination list. (JP 3-60)
To remove serviceable parts from one item of equipment in order to install themon another item of
equipment.
A type of fire control which indicates that the observer or spotter will beunable to adjust fire, but believes a
target exists at the given location and is of sufficientimportance to justify firing upon it without adjustment or
observation.
Used to move Navy lighterage causeway systems on to and off oflighter aboard ship (LASH) vessels. This device
is suspended from the Morgan LASHbarge crane and can lift one causeway section at a time. It is designed to
allow the longsections to clear the rear of the ship as they are lowered into the water. Also called CLF.See also
causeway lighterage. (JP 4-01.6)
The ability to execute a specified course of action. (A capability may or may notbe accompanied by an
intention.)
The maximum quantity of all supplies (ammunition petroleum, oils,and lubricants rations general stores
maintenance stores etc.) which each vessel cancarry in proportions prescribed by proper authority. See also
wartime load.
The top joint doctrine publication in the hierarchy of joint publications.The capstone publication links joint
doctrine to national strategy and the contributions ofother government agencies, alliances, and coalitions, and
reinforces policy for commandand control. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff signs this publication, and
it isintended to be used by combatant commanders, subunified commanders, joint task forcecommanders,
Service Chiefs, and Joint Staff directors. See also joint publication keystonepublications. (CJCSI 5120.02A)
A document that contains performance-based requirementsto facilitate development of individual operational
requirements documents by providing acommon framework and operational concept to guide their
development. Also called CRD.
1. A sealed, pressurized cabin for extremely high altitude or space flight whichprovides an acceptable
environment for man, animal, or equipment. 2. An ejectable sealedcabin having automatic devices for safe
return of the occupants to the surface.
A firing test of short duration, conducted with the missile propulsionsystem operating while secured to a test
stand.
See missing.
The increased intensity of a line or group of returns on the radarscopeoccurring when the radar beam is
perpendicular to the rectangular surface of a line or groupof similarly aligned features in the ground pattern.
A nonoperating condition in which the installations, materiel, and facilitiesare in a care and limited
preservation status. Only a minimum of personnel is required tosafeguard against fire, theft, and damage from
the elements.
The division of military cargo into categories forcombat loading aboard ships.
A seven-character alphanumeric field that uniquely describes anon-unit-cargo entry (line) in the Joint
Operation Planning and Execution System time-phased force and deployment data.
A brief message report transmitted within 48 hours of completion ofship discharge to advise both the Military
Sealift Command and the terminal of loading of the condition of the cargo, including any discrepancies in the
form of overages, shortages,or damages between cargo as manifested and cargo as checked at time of
discharge.
A detailed report prepared by a discharging terminal to recorddiscrepancies in the form of over, short, and
damaged cargo as manifested, and cargo checkedat a time and place of discharge from ship.
A strap, chain, or other material used to hold cargo items securely which areto be hoisted, lowered, or
suspended.
A point on military materiel designed for attachment of various meansfor securing the item for transport.
A reusable metal shipping container designed for worldwide surface andair movement of suitable military
supplies and equipment through the cargo transporterservice.
The progressive distribution of a mass bomb load upon an area definedby designated boundaries, in such
manner as to inflict damage to all portions thereof.
Two or more aircraft squadrons formed under one commander foradministrative and tactical control of
operations from a carrier.
A standing naval task group consisting of a carrier, surface combatants,and submarines as assigned in direct
support, operating in mutual support with the task ofdestroying hostile submarine, surface, and air forces
within the groups assigned operationalarea and striking at targets along hostile shore lines or projecting fire
power inland. Alsocalled CVBG. (JP 3-33)
A naval task force composed of aircraft carriers and supportingcombatant ships capable of conducting strike
operations.
A special operations forces acronym used throughout the targeting and missionplanning cycle to assess mission
validity and requirements. The acronym stands for criticality,accessibility, recuperability, vulnerability, effect,
and recognizability. (JP 3-05.1)
1. An intelligence operation in its entirety. 2. Record of the development of an intelligenceoperation, including
personnel, modus operandi, and objectives.
See transient.
Any person who is lost to the organization by having been declared dead, dutystatus - whereabouts unknown,
missing, ill, or injured. See also casualty categorycasualty status casualty type duty status - whereabouts
unknown hostile casualtynonhostile casualty.
A term used to specifically classify a casualty for reporting purposesbased upon the casualty type and the
casualty status. Casualty categories include killed inaction, died of wounds received in action, and wounded in
action. See also casualtycasualty status casualty type duty status - whereabouts unknown missing.
The unregulated movement of casualties that can include movementboth to and between medical treatment
facilities. Also called CASEVAC. See also casualtyevacuation medical treatment facility. (JP 4-02)

In amphibious operations, a ship designated to receive,provide treatment for, and transfer casualties. (JP 3-02)
A term used to classify a casualty for reporting purposes. There are sevencasualty statuses: (1) deceased (2)
duty status - whereabouts unknown (3) missing (4)very seriously ill or injured (5) seriously ill or injured (6)
incapacitating illness or injuryand (7) not seriously injured. See also casualty casualty category casualty
typedeceased duty status - whereabouts unknown incapacitating illness or injury missingnot seriously injured
seriously ill or injured very seriously ill or injured.
A term used to identify a casualty for reporting purposes as either a hostilecasualty or a nonhostile casualty.
See also casualty casualty category casualty statushostile casualty nonhostile casualty.
An attack designed to bring about a war between major powers through thedisguised machinations of a third
power.
Not to be used. See catalytic attack.
A structure which provides an auxiliary source of thrust to a missile or aircraftmust combine the functions of
directing and accelerating the missile during its travel on thecatapult serves the same functions for a missile as
does a gun tube for a shell.
Any natural or man-made incident, including terrorism, which results inextraordinary levels of mass casualties,
damage, or disruption severely affecting thepopulation, infrastructure, environment, economy, national
morale, and/or governmentfunctions. (JP 3-28)
In the context of perception management and its constituent approaches,data obtained by adversary
individuals, groups, intelligence systems, and officials. Suchdata fall in two categories: a. information - A
compilation of data provided by protectedor open sources that would provide a substantially complete picture
of friendly intentions,capabilities, or activities. b. indicators - Data derived from open sources or from
detectableactions that adversaries can piece together or interpret to reach personal conclusions orofficial
estimates concerning friendly intentions, capabilities, or activities. (Note: Inoperations security, actions that
convey indicators exploitable by adversaries, but that must be carried out regardless, to plan, prepare for, and
execute activities, are called "observables.")See also operations security.

A craft similar in design to a barge, but longer and narrower, designed to assist inthe discharge and transport of
cargo from vessels. See also barge watercraft. (JP 4-01.6)causeway launching area - An area located near the
line of departure but clear of the approachlanes, where ships can launch pontoon causeways. (JP 3-02)

A designator used with a classification to further limit the dissemination of restrictedinformation. (JP 3-07.4)
See chain of command.
1. A command given to any unit or individual firing any weapon to stop engagingthe target. See also call for fire
fire mission. 2. A command given to air defense artilleryunits to refrain from firing on, but to continue to track,
an airborne object. Missiles alreadyin flight will be permitted to continue to intercept.
See armistice demarcation line. See also armistice cease fire. (JP 3-07.3)
The height above the Earths surface of the lowest layer of clouds or obscurationphenomena that is reported as
"broken," "overcast," or "obscured" and not classified as"thin" or "partial."
The guidance of a missile or other vehicle by reference to celestial bodies.
An imaginary sphere of infinite radius concentric with the Earth, onwhich all celestial bodies except the Earth
are imagined to be projected. cell -A subordinate organization formed around a specific process, capability, or
activity withina designated larger organization of a joint force commanders headquarters. A cell usuallyis part
of both a functional and traditional staff structures. (JP 3-33)
See net, chain, cell system.
See armed forces censorship civil censorship field press censorship nationalcensorship primary censorship
prisoner of war censorship secondary censorship.
An enduring functional organization, with a supporting staff, designed to perform ajoint function within a joint
force commanders headquarters. (JP 3-33)
See mean point of impact.
The source of power that provides moral or physical strength, freedom ofaction, or will to act. Also called COG.
See also decisive point. (JP 3-0)
A unit of absorbed dose of radiation (one centigray equals one rad).
The officer designated by the amphibious task force commander forthe overall coordination of the waterborne
ship-to-shore movement. The central controlofficer is embarked in the central control ship. Also called CCO. (JP
3-02.2)
The procurement of materiel, supplies, or services by an officiallydesignated command or agency with funds
specifically provided for such procurement forthe benefit and use of the entire component or, in the case of
single managers, for theMilitary Departments as a whole.
1. In air defense, the control mode whereby a higher echelon makesdirect target assignments to fire units. 2. In
joint air operations, placing within onecommander the responsibility and authority for planning, directing, and
coordinating amilitary operation or group/category of operations. See also decentralized control. (JP3-30)
Actual location where containers with cargo mustbe sorted before transshipment to the appropriate supply
support activity or owning unit.Single consignee cargo and ammunition will not pass through the centralized
receiving andshipping point. Cargo will be shipped directly to the owner with the movement
organizationmaintaining visibility, and ammunition will go directly to the appropriate ammunition
storagefacility. Also called CRSP. (JP 4-01.7)
An item of materiel subject to inventory control point (wholesalelevel) management.
Radar confusion reflectors, consisting of thin, narrow metallic strips of various lengthsand frequency
responses, which are used to reflect echoes for confusion purposes. Causesenemy radar guided missiles to lock
on to it instead of the real aircraft, ship, or otherplatform. See also deception rope.
See net, chain, cell system.
The succession of commanding officers from a superior to asubordinate through which command is exercised.
Also called command channel.
A replacement document for all types ofcorrespondence containing Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff policy
and guidance thatdoes not involve the employment of forces. An instruction is of indefinite duration and
isapplicable to external agencies, or both the Joint Staff and external agencies. It remains ineffect until
superseded, rescinded, or otherwise canceled. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs ofStaff instructions, unlike joint
publications, will not contain joint doctrine. Terminology Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff manual. (CJCSI
5120.02)
A document containing detailed proceduresfor performing specific tasks that do not involve the employment
of forces. A manual is ofindefinite duration and is applicable to external agencies or both the Joint Staff and
externalagencies. It may supplement a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff instruction or standalone and
remains in effect until superseded, rescinded, or otherwise canceled. Chairmanof the Joint Chiefs of Staff
manuals, unlike joint publications, will not contain joint doctrine.See also Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
instruction. (CJCSI 5120.02)
A statement of policyapproved by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and issued for the guidance of
theServices, the combatant commands, and the Joint Staff.
Provides the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffspersonal appraisal on alternative program recommendations
and budget proposals to theSecretary of Defense for consideration in refining the defense program and budget
inaccordance with 10 United States Code. The Chairmans program assessment commentson the risk associated
with the programmed allocation of Defense resources and evaluatesthe conformance of program objective
memoranda to the priorities established in strategicplans and combatant commanders priority requirements.
Also called CPA.
Provides the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs ofStaffs personal recommendations to the Secretary of Defense for
the programming andbudgeting process before publishing the Defense Planning Guidance (DPG) in
accordancewith 10 United States Code. The Chairmans program recommendations articulates programsthe
Chairman deems critical for the Secretary of Defense to consider when identifyingDepartment of Defense
(DOD) priorities and performance goals in the DPG and emphasizesspecific recommendations that will enhance
joint readiness, promote joint doctrine andtraining, improve joint warfighting capabilities, and satisfy joint
warfighting requirementswithin DOD resource constraints and within acceptable risk levels. Also called CPR.
The commander of all troops embarked under one chalk number.See also chalk number chalk troops.
The number given to a complete load and to the transporting carrier. Seealso chalk commander chalk troops.
A load of troops defined by a particular chalk number. See also chalkcommander chalk number.
Any process carried out by one unit or person with the object of ascertainingthe friendly or hostile character or
identity of another. See also countersign password.
The building upon a diplomatic or consular compound which houses the offices ofthe chief of mission or
principal officer.
An image enhancement technique that compares two images of the samearea from different time periods.
Identical picture elements are eliminated, leaving signaturesthat have undergone change. (JP 2-03)

Common-user airlift service provided on a scheduled basis between twopoints. There are two types of channel
airlift. A requirements channel serves two or morepoints on a scheduled basis depending upon the volume of
traffic a frequency channel istime-based and serves two or more points at regular intervals.
In naval mine warfare, the average probability of amine of a given type being actuated by one run of the sweep
within the characteristicactuation width.
In naval mine warfare, the width of path over which minescan be actuated by a single run of the sweep gear.
In naval mine warfare, the ratio of the number ofmines detected on a single run to the number of mines which
could have been detectedwithin the characteristic detection width.
In naval mine warfare, the width of path over which minescan be detected on a single run.
A demolition target on which all charges have been placedand which is in the states of readiness, either state 1-
-safe, or state 2--armed. See also stateof readiness--state 1--safe state of readiness--state 2--armed.
A chart used as a primary source for compilation or as a framework on whichnew detail is printed. Also called
topographic base.
See map index.
See battery center.
See map map series.
See map map sheet.
In artillery, mortar, and naval gunfire support, a command to cause a temporaryhalt in firing. See also cease
fire fire mission.
A sequence of functional, operational, and calibrational tests to determine thecondition and status of a
weapon system or element thereof.
1. A predetermined point on the surface of the Earth used as a means ofcontrolling movement, a registration
target for fire adjustment, or reference for location. 2.Center of impact a burst center. 3. Geographical location
on land or water above whichthe position of an aircraft in flight may be determined by observation or by
electrical means. 4. A place where military police check vehicular or pedestrian traffic in order to
enforcecirculation control measures and other laws, orders, and regulations.check sweeping - In naval mine
warfare, sweeping to check that no moored mines are leftafter a previous clearing operation.
Any toxic chemical intended for use in military operations. See also chemicalammunition chemical defense
chemical dose chemical environment chemicalwarfare riot control agent. (JP 3-11)
The building up, within the human body, of smallineffective doses of certain chemical agents to a point where
eventual effect is similar toone large dose.
A type of ammunition, the filler of which is primarily a chemicalagent.
Cargo such as white phosphorous munitions (shell andgrenades).
See contamination. (JP 3-11)
The methods, plans, and procedures involved in establishing andexecuting defensive measures against attack
utilizing chemical agents. See also nuclear,biological, and chemical defense.
The amount of chemical agent, expressed in milligrams, that is taken orabsorbed by the body.
Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persistingeffects of chemical weapons.
In naval mine warfare, a mine horn containing an electric battery, theelectrolyte for which is in a glass tube
protected by a thin metal sheet. Also called HertzHorn.
The continued or periodic process of determining whether or nota chemical agent is present. See also chemical
survey.
Employment of chemical agents to kill, injure, or incapacitate for asignificant period of time, man or animals,
and deny or hinder the use of areas, facilities, ormateriel or defense against such employment.
The directed effort to determine the nature and degree of chemicalhazard in an area and to delineate the
perimeter of the hazard area.
All aspects of military operations involving the employment of lethal andincapacitating munitions/agents and
the warning and protective measures associated withsuch offensive operations. Since riot control agents and
herbicides are not considered to bechemical warfare agents, those two items will be referred to separately or
under the broaderterm "chemical," which will be used to include all types of chemical
munitions/agentscollectively. Also called CW. See also chemical agent chemical defense chemicaldose chemical
environment chemical weapon riot control agent. (JP 3-11)
Together or separately, (a) a toxic chemical and its precursors, exceptwhen intended for a purpose not
prohibited under the Chemical Weapons Convention (b) a munition or device, specifically designed to cause
death or other harm through toxicproperties of those chemicals specified in (a), above, which would be
released as a result ofthe employment of such munition or device (c) any equipment specifically designed
foruse directly in connection with the employment of munitions or devices specified in (b),above. See also
chemical agent chemical defense chemical dose chemicalenvironment chemical warfare riot control agent. (JP
3-11)
A collective term used only whenreferring to a combined chemical, biological, and radiological operation.

Efforts to protect personnel onmilitary installations and facilities from chemical, biological, radiological, and
nuclearincidents. Also called CBRN defense. (JP 3-07.2)
Thosechemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive elements that pose orcould pose a
hazard to individuals. Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive hazards include those
created from accidental releases, toxic industrialmaterials (especially air and water poisons), biological
pathogens, radioactive matter, andhigh-yield explosives. Also included are any hazards resulting from the
deliberateemployment of weapons of mass destruction during military operations. Also called CBRNEhazards.
(JP 3-07.2)
The consequence management activities for all deliberate and inadvertent releases of chemical, biological,
radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives that areundertaken when directed or authorized by the
President. Also calledCBRNE CM. (JP 3-41)
An emergencyresulting from the deliberate or unintentional release of nuclear, biological, radiological, ortoxic
or poisonous chemical materials, or the detonation of a high-yield explosive. Alsocalled CBRNE incident. (JP 3-
28)
An officer appointed by thecommander of the Army, Navy,Air Force, or Marine Corps component of a unified
commandto supervise all censorship activities of that Service.
The principal officer (the ambassador) in charge of a diplomatic facility ofthe United States, including any
individual assigned to be temporarily in charge of such afacility. The chief of mission is the personal
representative of the President to the countryof accreditation. The chief of mission is responsible for the
direction, coordination, andsupervision of all US Government executive branch employees in that country
(exceptthose under the command of a US area military commander). The security of the diplomaticpost is the
chief of missions direct responsibility. Also called COM. (JP 3-10)
The senior or principal member or head of a staff, or the principal assistant in astaff capacity to a person in a
command capacity the head or controlling member of a staff,for purposes of the coordination of its work a
position that in itself is without inherentpower of command by reason of assignment, except that which is
invested in such a positionby delegation to exercise command in anothers name.
A dose of ionizing radiation received either continuously orintermittently over a prolonged period of time. A
chronic radiation dose may be highenough to cause radiation sickness and death but, if received at a low dose
rate, a significantportion of the acute cellular damage may be repaired. See also acute radiation doseradiation
dose radiation dose rate.
The characteristic of some rockets to burn intermittently and with an irregularnoise.
Any cryptographic system in which arbitrary symbols (or groups of symbols) representunits of plain text of
regular length, usually single letters units of plain text are rearrangedor both, in accordance with certain
predetermined rules. See also cryptosystem.
An indicator of the delivery accuracy of a weapon system, used asa factor in determining probable damage to a
target. It is the radius of a circle within whichhalf of a missiles projectiles are expected to fall. Also called CEP.
See also deliveryerror deviation dispersion error horizontal error.
See military civic action.
An administration established by a foreign government in (1) friendlyterritory, under an agreement with the
government of the area concerned, to exercise certainauthority normally the function of the local government
or (2) hostile territory, occupiedby United States forces, where a foreign government exercises executive,
legislative, andjudicial authority until an indigenous civil government can be established. Also called CA.(JP 3-
05)
Designated Active and Reserve component forces and units organized, trained,and equipped specifically to
conduct civil affairs activities and to support civil-militaryoperations. Also called CA. See also civil affairs
activities civil-military operations.(JP 3-57)
Activities performed or supported by civil affairs that (1) enhance therelationship between military forces and
civil authorities in areas where military forces arepresent and (2) involve application of civil affairs functional
specialty skills, in areas normallythe responsibility of civil government, to enhance conduct of civil-military
operations. Seealso civil affairs civil-military operations. (JP 3-57)
An agreement that governs the relationship between allied armedforces located in a friendly country and the
civil authorities and people of that country. Seealso civil affairs.
Standing, long-term contacts designed to augment Servicelogistic capabilities with contract support in both
preplanned and short notice contingencies.Examples include US Army Logistics Civilian Augmentation Program,
US Air ForceContract Augmentation Program, and US Navy Construction Capabilities Contract. Seealso
contingency. (JP 4-07)
Those elected and appointed officers and employees who constitute thegovernment of the United States, the
governments of the 50 states, the District of Columbia,the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, United States
possessions and territories, and politicalsubdivisions thereof. (JP 3-28)
Censorship of civilian communications, such as messages, printed matter,and films entering, leaving, or
circulating within areas or territories occupied or controlledby armed forces. See also censorship.
An appraisal of damage to a nations population, industry, utilities,communications, transportation, food,
water, and medical resources to support planningfor national recovery. See also damage assessment.
All those activities and measures designed or undertaken to: a. minimize theeffects upon the civilian
population caused or which would be caused by an enemy attackon the United States b. deal with the
immediate emergency conditions that would be created by any such attack and c. effectuate emergency
repairs to, or the emergencyrestoration of, vital utilities and facilities destroyed or damaged by any such
attack.
See domestic emergencies.
The product resulting from the collection and evaluation ofinformation concerning all aspects of the situation
in the United States and its territoriesthat are potential or actual targets of any enemy attack including, in the
preattack phase, theemergency measures taken and estimates of the civil populations preparedness. In
theevent of an actual attack, the information will include a description of conditions in theaffected area with
emphasis on the extent of damage, fallout levels, and casualty and resourceestimates. The product is required
by civil and military authorities for use in the formulationof decisions, the conduct of operations, and the
continuation of the planning processes.
Group acts of violence and disorder prejudicial to public law and order.See also domestic emergencies. (JP 3-
28)
Required conditions of preparedness to be attainedby military forces in preparation for deployment to an
objective area in response to anactual or threatened civil disturbance.
Any occasion or instance for which, in the determination of the President,federal assistance is needed to
supplement state and local efforts and capabilities to savelives and to protect property and public health and
safety, or to lessen or avert the threat ofa catastrophe in any part of the United States. (JP 3-28)
A nation that has the potential to employ nuclear technology fordevelopment of nuclear weapons but has
deliberately decided against doing so.
The necessary production and distribution of all types of services, supplies,and equipment during periods of
armed conflict or occupation to ensure the productiveefficiency of the civilian economy and to provide to
civilians the treatment and protectionto which they are entitled under customary and conventional
international law.
A program in which the Department of Defense contracts for theservices of specific aircraft, owned by a US
entity or citizen, during national emergenciesand defense-oriented situations when expanded civil
augmentation of military airlift activityis required. These aircraft are allocated, in accordance with Department
of Defenserequirements, to segments, according to their capabilities, such as international long rangeand short
range cargo and passenger sections, national (domestic and Alaskan sections)and aeromedical evacuation and
other segments as may be mutually agreed upon by theDepartment of Defense and the Department of
Transportation. Also called CRAF. Seealso reserve. (JP 3-17)
Department of Defense support to US civil authorities for domestic emergencies,and for designated law
enforcement and other activities. Also called CS. See also militaryassistance to civil authorities. (JP 3-28)
The movement of persons, property, or mail by civil facilities, and theresources (including storage, except that
for agricultural and petroleum products) necessaryto accomplish the movement. (Excludes transportation
operated or controlled by the militaryas well as petroleum and gas pipelines.)
A discipline within operational medicine comprising public healthand medical issues that involve a civil-military
interface (foreign or domestic), includingmilitary medical support to civil authorities (domestic), medical
engagement cooperationactivities, and medical civil-military operations. (JP 4-02)
The activities of a commander that establish, maintain, influence,or exploit relations between military forces,
governmental and nongovernmental civilianorganizations and authorities, and the civilian populace in a
friendly, neutral, or hostileoperational area in order to facilitate military operations, to consolidate and
achieveoperational US objectives. Civil-military operations may include performance by military forces of
activities and functions normally the responsibility of the local, regional, or nationalgovernment. These
activities may occur prior to, during, or subsequent to other militaryactions. They may also occur, if directed, in
the absence of other military operations. Civil-military operations may be performed by designated civil affairs,
by other military forces,or by a combination of civil affairs and other forces. Also called CMO. See also
civilaffairs operation. (JP 3-57)
An ad hoc organization, normally established by thegeographic combatant commander or subordinate joint
force commander, to assist in thecoordination of activities of engaged military forces, and other United States
Governmentagencies, nongovernmental organizations, and regional and intergovernmental
organizations.There is no established structure, and its size and composition are situation dependent.Also
called CMOC. See also civil affairs activities civil-military operations operation.(JP 3-08)

1. A civilian who is interned during armed conflict or occupation forsecurity reasons or for protection or
because he or she has committed an offense against thedetaining power. 2. A term used to refer to persons
interned and protected in accordancewith the Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons
in Time of War,12 August 1949 (Geneva Convention). Also called CI. See also prisoner of war.
An installation established for the internment and administration ofcivilian internees.
An operation sponsored or conducted by governmental departmentsor agencies in such a way as to assure
secrecy or concealment. A clandestine operationdiffers from a covert operation in that emphasis is placed on
concealment of the operation rather than on concealment of the identity of the sponsor. In special operations,
an activitymay be both covert and clandestine and may focus equally on operational considerationsand
intelligence-related activities. See also covert operation overt operation. (JP 3-05.1)
There are ten categories into which supplies are grouped in order to facilitatesupply management and
planning. I. Rations and gratuitous issue of health, morale, andwelfare items. II. Clothing, individual equipment,
tentage, tool sets, and administrative andhousekeeping supplies and equipment. III. Petroleum, oils, and
lubricants. IV. Constructionmaterials. V. Ammunition. VI. Personal demand items. VII. Major end items,
includingtanks, helicopters, and radios. VIII. Medical. IX. Repair parts and components for
equipmentmaintenance. X. Nonstandard items to support nonmilitary programs such as agricultureand
economic development. See also ammunition petroleum, oils, and lubricants. (JP 4-09)
The determination that official information requires, in the interests of nationalsecurity, a specific degree of
protection against unauthorized disclosure, coupled with adesignation signifying that such a determination has
been made. See also securityclassification.
See military load classification.
Any contract that requires or will require access to classified informationby the contractor or the employees in
the performance of the contract. (A contract may beclassified even though the contract document itself is not
classified.)
Official information that has been determined to require, in the interestsof national security, protection
against unauthorized disclosure and which has been sodesignated.
Official information or matter in any form or of any nature whichrequires protection in the interests of national
security. See also unclassified matter.
1. An aircraft in flight configuration (versus landing configuration) i.e.,landing gear and flaps retracted, etc. 2.
An aircraft that does not have external stores.
See decontamination station.
1. To approve or authorize, or to obtain approval or authorization for: a. a person orpersons with regard to
their actions, movements, duties, etc. b. an object or group ofobjects, as equipment or supplies, with regard to
quality, quantity, purpose, movement,disposition, etc. and c. a request, with regard to correctness of form,
validity, etc. 2. Togive one or more aircraft a clearance. 3. To give a person a security clearance. 4. To flyover an
obstacle without touching it. 5. To pass a designated point, line, or object. The endof a column must pass the
designated feature before the latter is cleared. 6. a. To operatea gun so as to unload it or make certain no
ammunition remains and b. to free a gun ofstoppages. 7. To clear an engine to open the throttle of an idling
engine to free it from carbon. 8. To clear the air to gain either temporary or permanent air superiority or
controlin a given sector.
An estimate expressed in terms of measurement or weight tons per dayof the cargo that may be transported
inland from a beach or port over the available means ofinland communication, including roads, railroads, and
inland waterways. The estimate isbased on an evaluation of the physical characteristics of the transportation
facilities in thearea. See also beach capacity port capacity.
The area which would be cleared per unit time with a stated minimumpercentage clearance, using specific
minehunting and/or minesweeping procedures.
An operation designed to clear or neutralize all mines and obstacles froma route or area. (JP 3-15)
The position of a target in relation to an aircraft or ship with dead-aheadposition considered as 12 oclock.

Air action by fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft against hostile targets that arein close proximity to friendly forces
and that require detailed integration of each air missionwith the fire and movement of those forces. Also called
CAS. See also air interdictionair support immediate mission request preplanned mission request. (JP 3-0)

That action of the supporting force against targets or objectives which aresufficiently near the supported force
as to require detailed integration or coordination of thesupporting action with the fire, movement, or other
actions of the supported force. See alsodirect support general support mutual support support.
Those parts of the ocean operating areas nearest to, but not necessarily in,the objective area. They are
assigned to naval support carrier battle groups, surface actiongroups, surface action units, and certain logistic
combat service support elements. (JP 3-02)
An interception in which the interceptor is continuouslycontrolled to a position from which the target is within
visual range or radar contact. Seealso air interception.
A designated area in or over which passage of any kind is prohibited. Seealso prohibited area.
In transportation, the process of a unit arriving at a specified location. It begins whenthe first element arrives
at a designated location, e.g., port of entry and/or port of departure,intermediate stops, or final destination,
and ends when the last element does likewise. Forthe purposes of studies and command post exercises, a unit
is considered essentially closedafter 95 percent of its movement requirements for personnel and equipment
are completed.
In naval mine warfare, a minefield which is planned to present such athreat that waterborne shipping is
prevented from moving.
The specified movement requirement or portion thereof that did not meetscheduling criteria and/or
movement dates.
The proportion of sky obscured by cloud, expressed as a fraction of skycovered.
See condensation cloud.
The maximal altitude to which a nuclear mushroom cloud rises.
An aircraft store composed of a dispenser and submunitions. Alsocalled CBU.
Permanent echoes, cloud, or other atmospheric echo on radar scope as contact hasentered scope clutter. See
also radar clutter.
An ad hoc arrangement between two or more nations for common action. See alsoalliance multinational. (JP 5-
0)
Multinational action outside the bounds of established alliances, usually forsingle occasions or longer
cooperation in a narrow sector of common interest. See alsoalliance coalition multinational operations. (JP 5-0)
In naval mine warfare, a relatively insensitive influence mine.
With respect to exports, a cooperative arrangement (e.g., US Government orcompany with foreign
government or company) by which finished parts, components,assemblies, or subassemblies are provided to
an eligible foreign government, internationalorganization, or commercial producer for the assembly of an end-
item or system. This isnormally accomplished under the provisions of a manufacturing license agreement per
theUS International Traffic in Arms Regulation and could involve the implementation of agovernment-to-
government memorandum of understanding.
A convoy whose voyage lies in general on the continental shelf and incoastal waters.
A geographic division of a coastal area, established for organization andcommand purposes in order to ensure
the effective coordination of military forces employedin military operations within the coastal frontier area.
The change of the direction of travel of a radio ground wave as itpasses from land to sea or from sea to land.
Also called land effect or shoreline effect.
The employment of forces to ensure the unimpeded use of an offshorecoastal area by friendly forces and, as
appropriate, to deny the use of the area to enemyforces. (JP 3-10)
1. Any system of communication in which arbitrary groups of symbols represent unitsof plain text of varying
length. Codes may be used for brevity or for security. 2. Acryptosystem in which the cryptographic equivalents
(usually called "code groups"), typicallyconsisting of letters or digits (or both) in otherwise meaningless
combinations, are substitutedfor plain text elements which are primarily words, phrases, or sentences. See
alsocryptosystem.
1. A word that has been assigned a classification and a classified meaning tosafeguard intentions and
information regarding a classified plan or operation. 2. A cryptonymused to identify sensitive intelligence data.
A state of international tension wherein political, economic, technological,sociological, psychological,
paramilitary, and military measures short of overt armed conflictinvolving regular military forces are employed
to achieve national objectives.
A method of purchase whereby, in buying similar commodities,buyers for two or more departments exchange
information concerning planned purchasesin order to minimize competition between them for commodities in
the same market.
The design depth, referenced to the axis of the pressure hull, beyondwhich the hull structure or hull
penetrations are presumed to suffer catastrophic failure tothe point of total collapse.
1. The grouping together of related items to provide a record of events and facilitatefurther processing. 2. To
compare critically two or more items or documents concerningthe same general subject normally
accomplished in the processing and exploitation portionof the intelligence process. See also intelligence
process. (JP 2-0)
Unintentional or incidental injury or damage to persons or objects thatwould not be lawful military targets in
the circumstances ruling at the time. Such damageis not unlawful so long as it is not excessive in light of the
overall military advantageanticipated from the attack. (JP 3-60)
In intelligence usage, the acquisition of information and the provision of thisinformation to processing
elements. See also intelligence process. (JP 2-01)
The obtaining of information in any manner, including directobservation, liaison with official agencies, or
solicitation from official, unofficial, or publicsources.
Any individual, organization, or unit that has access to sources of informationand the capability of collecting
information from them. See also agency.
A collection system, platform, or capability that is supporting, assigned, orattached to a particular commander.
See also capability collection. (JP 2-01)
An arbitrary number assigned to contingencyintelligence reconnaissance objectives by the Defense Intelligence
Agency collectioncoordination facility to facilitate all-source collection.
In intelligence usage, the process of converting intelligencerequirements into collection requirements,
establishing priorities, tasking or coordinatingwith appropriate collection sources or agencies, monitoring
results, and retasking, as required.See also collection collection requirement collection requirements
managementintelligence intelligence process. (JP 2-0) collection management authority -Within the
Department of Defense, collection managementauthority constitutes the authority to establish, prioritize, and
validate theater collectionrequirements, establish sensor tasking guidance, and develop theater-wide
collection policies.Also called CMA. See also collection manager collection plan collection requirement.(JP 2-
01.2)
An individual with responsibility for the timely and efficient tasking oforganic collection resources and the
development of requirements for theater and nationalassets that could satisfy specific information needs in
support of the mission. Also calledCM. See also collection collection management authority. (JP 2-01)
The authoritative direction, scheduling, and control ofspecific collection operations and associated processing,
exploitation, and reportingresources. Also called COM. See also collection management collection
requirementsmanagement. (JP 2-0)
A plan for collecting information from all available sources to meetintelligence requirements and for
transforming those requirements into orders and requeststo appropriate agencies. See also information
information requirements intelligenceprocess.
A continuous process that coordinates and integrates the efforts of allcollection units and agencies. See also
collection. (JP 2-0)
A point designated for the assembly of personnel casualties, stragglers,disabled materiel, salvage, etc., for
further movement to collecting stations or rearinstallations.
1. An intelligence need considered in the allocation of intelligenceresources. Within the Department of
Defense, these collection requirements fulfill theessential elements of information and other intelligence
needs of a commander, or an agency. 2.An established intelligence need, validated against the appropriate
allocation of intelligenceresources (as a requirement) to fulfill the essential elements of information and
otherintelligence needs of an intelligence consumer. (JP 2-01.2)collection requirements management - The
authoritative development and control ofcollection, processing, exploitation, and/or reporting requirements
that normally result ineither the direct tasking of assets over which the collection manager has authority, or
thegeneration of tasking requests to collection management authorities at a higher, lower, orlateral echelon to
accomplish the collection mission. Also called CRM. See also collectioncollection management collection
operations management. (JP 2-0)
A collection system, platform, or capability that is not assigned or attachedto a specific unit or echelon which
must be requested and coordinated through the chain ofcommand. See also collection management. (JP 2-01)

Any call sign which represents two or more facilities, commands,authorities, or units. The collective call sign for
any of these includes the commanderthereof and all subordinate commanders therein. See also call sign.
Protection provided to a groupof individuals in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment which permits
relaxationof individual nuclear, biological, and chemical protection.
Collective self-defense is the act of defending other designated non-US forces. Only the President or Secretary
of Defense may authorize US forces to exercisethe right of collective self-defense.
The physical placement of two or more detachments, units, organizations, orfacilities at a specifically defined
location.
That portion of usable coastline sufficient for the assault landing of a regimentallanding team or similar sized
unit. In the event that the landing force consists of a singlebattalion landing team, a colored beach will be used
and no further subdivision of the beachis required. See also numbered beach. (JP 3-02)
A formation in which elements are placed one behind the other.
The space between two consecutive elements proceeding on the same route.It can be calculated in units of
length or in units of time measured from the rear of oneelement to the front of the following element.
The length of the roadway occupied by a column or a convoy in movement.See also road space.
An aircraft patrol provided over an objective area, the force protected,the critical area of a combat zone, or in
an air defense area, for the purpose of interceptingand destroying hostile aircraft before they reach their
targets. Also called CAP. See alsoairborne alert barrier combat air patrol patrol rescue combat air patrol.
See airspace control in the combat zone. (JP 3-52)
The expected and predictable emotional, intellectual, physical,and/or behavioral reactions of Service members
who have been exposed to stressful eventsin war or military operations other than war. Combat stress
reactions vary in quality andseverity as a function of operational conditions, such as intensity, duration, rules
ofengagement, leadership, effective communication, unit morale, unit cohesion, and perceivedimportance of
the mission. (JP 4-02)
Programs developed and actions taken by militaryleadership to prevent, identify, and manage adverse combat
and operational stress reactionsin units optimize mission performance conserve fighting strength prevent or
minimizeadverse effects of combat and operational stress on members physical, psychological,intellectual and
social health and to return the unit or Service member to duty expeditiously.(JP 4-02)
A restricted area (air, land, or sea) that is established to prevent or minimizemutual interference between
friendly forces engaged in combat operations. See also combatzone.
The determination of the overall effectiveness of force employmentduring military operations. Combat
assessment is composed of three major components: (a) battle damage assessment (b) munitions
effectiveness assessment and (c) reattackrecommendation. Also called CA. See also battle damage assessment
munitionseffectiveness assessment reattack recommendation. (JP 3-60)combat camera - The acquisition and
utilization of still and motion imagery in support ofcombat, information, humanitarian, special force,
intelligence, reconnaissance, engineering,legal, public affairs, and other operations involving the Military
Services. Also calledCOMCAM. See also visual information visual information documentation. (JP 3-61)
An embarkation officer assigned to major amphibious ships or navalstaffs, functioning primarily as an adviser
to and representative of the naval commander inmatters pertaining to embarkation and debarkation of troops
and their supplies and equipment.Also called CCO. See also embarkation officer.
A special naval chart, at a scale of 1:50,000, designed for naval surface firesupport and close air support during
coastal or amphibious operations and showing detailedhydrography and topography in the coastal belt. See
also amphibious chart.
A small task organized team of Air Force parachute and combat diverqualified personnel trained and equipped
to rapidly establish and control drop, landing, andextraction zone air traffic in austere or hostile conditions.
They survey and establish terminalairheads as well as provide guidance to aircraft for airlift operations. They
provide commandand control, and conduct reconnaissance, surveillance, and survey assessments of
potentialobjective airfields or assault zones. They also can perform limited weather observationsand removal
of obstacles or unexploded ordinance with demolitions. Also called CCT.(JP 3-17)
Those engineering capabilities and activities that support the maneuverof land combat forces and that require
close support to those forces. Combat engineeringconsists of three types of capabilities and activities: mobility,
countermobility, andsurvivability. (JP 3-34)
Those forces whose primary missions are to participate in combat. See alsooperating forces.
The process of attaining an accurate characterization of detectedobjects in the operational environment
sufficient to support an engagement decision. Alsocalled CID. (JP 3-0)
Unevaluated data, gathered by or provided directly to the tacticalcommander which, due to its highly
perishable nature or the criticality of the situation,cannot be processed into tactical intelligence in time to
satisfy the users tactical intelligencerequirements. See also information.
The agency in a ship or aircraft manned and equipped tocollect, display, evaluate, and disseminate tactical
information for the use of the embarkedflag officer, commanding officer, and certain control agencies. Certain
control, assistance,and coordination functions may be delegated by command to the combat information
center.Also called action information center CIC. See also air defense control center.
That knowledge of the enemy, weather, and geographical features requiredby a commander in the planning
and conduct of combat operations. (JP 2-0)
The arrangement of personnel and the stowage of equipment and suppliesin a manner designed to conform to
the anticipated tactical operation of the organizationembarked. Each individual item is stowed so that it can be
unloaded at the required time.See also loading.
The total means of destructive and/or disruptive force which a militaryunit/formation can apply against the
opponent at a given time.
Synonymous with operational readiness, with respect to missions orfunctions performed in combat.
The tactics, techniques, and procedures performed by forces toeffect the recovery of isolated personnel during
combat. Also called CSAR. See alsosearch and rescue. (JP 3-50)
All forces committed to a specific combat search andrescue operation to locate, identify, support, and recover
isolated personnel during combat.This includes those elements assigned to provide command and control and
to protect therecovery vehicle(s) from attack. Also called CSARTF. See also combat search andrescue search
search and rescue. (JP 3-50)
The essential capabilities, functions, activities, and tasks necessaryto sustain all elements of operating forces in
theater at all levels of war. Within the nationaland theater logistic systems, it includes but is not limited to that
support rendered by serviceforces in ensuring the aspects of supply, maintenance, transportation, health
services, andother services required by aviation and ground combat troops to permit those units toaccomplish
their missions in combat. Combat service support encompasses those activitiesat all levels of war that produce
sustainment to all operating forces on the battlefield. Alsocalled CSS. See also combat support. (JP 4-0)

An area ashore that is organized to contain the necessarysupplies, equipment, installations, and elements to
provide the landing force with combatservice support throughout the operation. Also called CSSA. (JP 3-02)
The core element of a Marine air-ground task force(MAGTF) that is task-organized to provide the combat
service support necessary toaccomplish the MAGTF mission. The combat service support element varies in size
froma small detachment to one or more force service support groups. It provides supply,maintenance,
transportation, general engineering, health services, and a variety of otherservices to the MAGTF. The combat
service support element itself is not a formal command.Also called CSSE. See also aviation combat element
command element groundcombat element Marine air-ground task force Marine expeditionary force
Marineexpeditionary force (forward) Marine expeditionary unit special purpose Marineair-ground task force
task force.
Those elements whose primary missions are to provideservice support to combat forces and which are a part,
or prepared to become a part, of atheater, command, or task force formed for combat operations. See also
operating forcesservice troops troops.
Fire support and operational assistance provided to combat elements. Alsocalled CS. See also combat service
support. (JP 4-0)
A Department of Defense agency so designated by Congress or theSecretary of Defense that supports military
combat operations. Also called CSA. (JP 5-0)
Those elements whose primary missions are to provide combatsupport to the combat forces and which are a
part, or prepared to become a part, of a theater,command, or task force formed for combat operations. See
also operating forces.
Those units or organizations whose primary mission is to furnishoperational assistance for the combat
elements. See also troops.
A continuous, all-weather, day-and-night, systematic watch over thebattle area in order to provide timely
information for tactical combat operations.
Radar with the normal function of maintaining continuous watchover a combat area.
Those measures to be taken by Service personnel when involuntarilyseparated from friendly forces in combat,
including procedures relating to individual survival,evasion, escape, and conduct after capture.
A vehicle, with or without armor, designed for a specific fighting function.Armor protection or armament
mounted as supplemental equipment on noncombat vehicleswill not change the classification of such vehicles
to combat vehicles.
A visual information support facility establishedat a base of operations during war or military operations other
than war to provide limitedvisual information support to the base and its supported elements. Also called
CVISC.
1. That area required by combat forces for the conduct of operations. 2. Theterritory forward of the Army rear
area boundary. See also combat area communicationszone.
A unified or specified command with a broad continuing missionunder a single commander established and so
designated by the President, through theSecretary of Defense and with the advice and assistance of the
Chairman of the Joint Chiefsof Staff. Combatant commands typically have geographic or functional
responsibilities.See also specified command unified command. (JP 5-0)
Nontransferable command authority establishedby title 10 ("Armed Forces"), United States Code, section 164,
exercised only by commandersof unified or specified combatant commands unless otherwise directed by the
President orthe Secretary of Defense. Combatant command (command authority) cannot be delegatedand is
the authority of a combatant commander to perform those functions of command over assigned forces
involving organizing and employing commands and forces, assigningtasks, designating objectives, and giving
authoritative direction over all aspects of militaryoperations, joint training, and logistics necessary to
accomplish the missions assigned tothe command. Combatant command (command authority) should be
exercised throughthe commanders of subordinate organizations. Normally this authority is exercised
throughsubordinate joint force commanders and Service and/or functional component
commanders.Combatant command (command authority) provides full authority to organize and
employcommands and forces as the combatant commander considers necessary to accomplishassigned
missions. Operational control is inherent in combatant command (commandauthority). Also called COCOM.
The senior chaplain assigned to the staff of, or designatedby, the combatant commander to provide advice on
religion, ethics, and morale of assignedpersonnel and to coordinate religious ministries within the combatant
commanders area ofresponsibility. See also command chaplain lay leader religious support religioussupport
plan religious support team. (JP 1-05)
The original date relative to C-day, specified bythe combatant commander for arrival of forces or cargo at the
destination shown in thetime-phased force and deployment data to assess the impact of later arrival. Also
calledCRD.
Actions, including antiterrorism (defensive measures taken to reducevulnerability to terrorist acts) and
counterterrorism (offensive measures taken to prevent,deter, and respond to terrorism), taken to oppose
terrorism throughout the entire threatspectrum. Also called CbT. See also antiterrorism counterterrorism. (JP 3-
07.2)
A mine designed to actuate only when two or more differentinfluences are received either simultaneously or in
a predetermined order. Also calledcombined influence mine. See also mine.
Items for which requirementcomputations are based on the criteria used for both level of effort-oriented
andmission-oriented items.
Between two or more forces or agencies of two or more allies. (When all allies orservices are not involved, the
participating nations and services shall be identified, e.g.,combined navies.) See also joint.
An instrument which displays both indicated airspeed andmach number.
The full integration and application of two or more arms or elementsof one Military Service into an operation.
(JP 3-18)
A military force composed of elements of two or more allied nations. Seealso force(s).
See combination influence mine.
A task force composed of special operationsunits from one or more foreign countries and more than one US
Military Department formedto carry out a specific special operation or prosecute special operations in support
of atheater campaign or other operations. The combined joint special operations task forcemay have
conventional nonspecial operations units assigned or attached to support theconduct of specific missions. Also
called CJSOTF. See also joint special operationstask force special operations task force. (JP 3-05)
An operation conducted by forces of two or more Allied nationsacting together for the accomplishment of a
single mission.
A name generally assigned to the combination of flame holder or stabilizer,igniter, combustion chamber, and
injection system of a ramjet or gas turbine.
1. The authority that a commander in the armed forces lawfully exercises oversubordinates by virtue of rank or
assignment. Command includes the authority andresponsibility for effectively using available resources and for
planning the employmentof, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling military forces for the
accomplishmentof assigned missions. It also includes responsibility for health, welfare, morale, and disciplineof
assigned personnel. 2. An order given by a commander that is, the will of the commanderexpressed for the
purpose of bringing about a particular action. 3. A unit or units, anorganization, or an area under the command
of one individual. Also called CMD. See alsoarea command combatant command combatant command
(command authority).(JP 1)
The exercise of authority and direction by a properly designatedcommander over assigned and attached forces
in the accomplishment of the mission.Command and control functions are performed through an arrangement
of personnel,equipment, communications, facilities, and procedures employed by a commander in planning,
directing, coordinating, and controlling forces and operations in theaccomplishment of the mission. Also called
C2. (JP 1)
The facilities, equipment, communications, procedures, andpersonnel essential to a commander for planning,
directing, and controlling operations ofassigned and attached forces pursuant to the missions assigned. (JP 6-0)

The small team of personnel sent by the United States NorthernCommand or United States Pacific Command
to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear,or high-yield explosives incident site to conduct a consequence
management assessmentand make an evaluation of potential shortfalls in federal and state capabilities, which
maybecome requests for Department of Defense assistance. Also called CAE. (JP 3-41)
A line along which a headquarters will move.
A facility from which a commander and his or her representatives directoperations and control forces. It is
organized to gather, process, analyze, display, anddisseminate planning and operational data and perform
other related tasks. Also called
The senior chaplain assigned to or designated by a commander of astaff, command, or unit. See also
combatant command chaplain lay leader religioussupport religious support plan. (JP 1-05)
Stocks which are placed at the disposal of a designatedNATO commander in order to provide him with a
flexibility with which to influence thebattle logistically. "Placed at the disposal of" implies responsibility for
storage, maintenance,accounting, rotation or turnover, physical security, and subsequent transportation to
aparticular battle area.
A signal used to operate intentionally the destruction signal ina missile.
A mine detonated by remotely controlled means.
See ejection systems.
The core element of a Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF) that is theheadquarters. The command element is
composed of the commander, general or executiveand special staff sections, headquarters section, and
requisite communications support,intelligence, and reconnaissance forces necessary to accomplish the MAGTF
mission. Thecommand element provides command and control, intelligence, and other support essentialfor
effective planning and execution of operations by the other elements of the MAGTF. The command element
varies in size and composition. Also called CE. See also aviationcombat element combat service support
element ground combat element Marineair-ground task force Marine expeditionary force Marine
expeditionary force(forward) Marine expeditionary unit special purpose Marine air-ground task forcetask
force.
A guidance system wherein intelligence transmitted to the missilefrom an outside source causes the missile to
traverse a directed flight path.
Communication by a military organization with Service members,civilian employees, retirees, and family
members of the organization that creates an awarenessof the organizations goals, informs them of significant
developments affecting them andthe organization, increases their effectiveness as ambassadors of the
organization, and keepsthem informed about what is going on in the organization. Also called internal
information.See also command information public affairs. (JP 3-61)
A communications network which connects an echelon of command withsome or all of its subordinate
echelons for the purpose of command and control.
A units or subunits headquarters where the commander and the staffperform their activities. In combat, a
units or subunits headquarters is often divided intoechelons the echelon in which the unit or subunit
commander is located or from whichsuch commander operates is called a command post. Also called CP.
An exercise in which the forces are simulated, involving thecommander, the staff, and communications within
and between headquarters. Also calledCPX. See also exercise maneuver.
The interrelated responsibilities between commanders, as well asthe operational authority exercised by
commanders in the chain of command defined furtheras combatant command (command authority),
operational control, tactical control, or support.See also chain of command combatant command (command
authority) commandoperational control support tactical control. (JP 1)
See ejection systems.
A dependent entitled to travel to overseas commands atGovernment expense and endorsed by the
appropriate military commander to be present ina dependents status.
The Navy officer designated in the order initiating theamphibious operation as the commander of the
amphibious task force. Also called CATF.See also amphibious operation amphibious task force commander,
landing force.(JP 3-02)
The officer designated in the order initiating the amphibiousoperation as the commander of the landing force
for an amphibious operation. Also calledCLF. See also amphibious operation commander, amphibious task
force landingforce. (JP 3-02)
See concept of operations.
An information requirement identified bythe commander as being critical to facilitating timely decision-making.
The two key elementsare friendly force information requirements and priority intelligence requirements.
Alsocalled CCIR. See also information information requirements intelligence priorityintelligence requirement.
(JP 3-0)
In the context of the Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systemlevel 1 planning detail for contingency
planning, a developed course of action. The productfor this level can be a course of action briefing, command
directive, commanders estimate,or a memorandum. The commanders estimate provides the Secretary of
Defense withmilitary courses of action to meet a potential contingency. See also commanders estimateof the
situation. (JP 5-0)
A process of reasoning by which a commanderconsiders all the circumstances affecting the military situation
and arrives at a decision asto a course of action to be taken to accomplish the mission. A commanders
estimate,which considers a military situation so far in the future as to require major assumptions, iscalled a
commanders long-range estimate of the situation (JP 3-0)
A concise expression of the purpose of the operation and the desiredend state. It may also include the
commanders assessment of the adversary commandersintent and an assessment of where and how much risk
is acceptable during the operation.See also assessment end state. (JP 3-0)
On a ship that has embarked units, a designated officer(usually the senior embarking unit commander) who is
responsible for the administration,discipline, and training of all embarked units. Also called COT. (JP 3-02.2)
Articles of supply readily available from established commercialdistribution sources which the Department of
Defense or inventory managers in the MilitaryServices have designated to be obtained directly or indirectly
from such sources.
See administrative loading.
A vehicle that has evolved in the commercial market to meet civilianrequirements and which is selected from
existing production lines for military use.
1. To put in or make ready for service or use, as to commission an aircraft or aship. 2. A written order giving a
person rank and authority as an officer in the armed forces. 3. The rank and the authority given by such an
order. See also constitute.commit - The process of committing one or more air interceptors or surface-to-air
missiles forinterception against a target track.
A method of loading in which various types of cargoes are loadedtogether, such as ammunition, rations, or
boxed vehicles, in order that each commodity canbe discharged without disturbing the others. See also combat
loading loading.
An individual within the organization of an inventory control point orother such organization assigned
management responsibility for homogeneous grouping ofmateriel items.
Horizontal and vertical map or chart location of points in thetarget area and position area, tied in with the
horizontal and vertical control in use by two ormore units. May be established by firing, survey, or combination
of both, or by assumption.See also control point ground control.
Infrastructure essential to the training of NATO forces or to theimplementation of NATO operational plans
which, owing to its degree of common use orinterest and its compliance with criteria laid down from time to
time by the North AtlanticCouncil, is commonly financed by NATO members. See also infrastructure.

1. Any item of materiel that is required for use by more than one activity. 2.Sometimes loosely used to denote
any consumable item except repair parts or other technicalitems. 3. Any item of materiel that is procured for,
owned by (Service stock), or used byany Military Department of the Department of Defense and is also
required to be furnishedto a recipient country under the grant-aid Military Assistance Program. 4. Readily
availablecommercial items. 5. Items used by two or more Military Services of similar manufactureor fabrication
that may vary between the Services as to color or shape (as vehicles orclothing). 6. Any part or component that
is required in the assembly of two or morecomplete end-items.

Automation services that support the development of thecommon reusable software modules that enable
interoperability across multiple combatsupport applications. This includes segmentation of common software
modules from existing applications, integration of commercial products, development of a common
architecture,and development of common tools for application developers. Also called COE. (JP 4-01)
A single identical display of relevant information shared bymore than one command. A common operational
picture facilitates collaborative planningand assists all echelons to achieve situational awareness. Also called
COP. (JP 3-0)
That function performed by one Military Service in support of anotherMilitary Service for which
reimbursement is not required from the Service receiving support.See also servicing.
Those supplies common to two or more Services.
An accurate and complete display of relevant tactical data thatintegrates tactical information from the multi-
tactical data link network, ground network,intelligence network, and sensor networks. Also called CTP. (JP 3-
01)
Services, materiel, or facilities provided by a Department of Defense agency ora Military Department on a
common basis for two or more Department of Defense agencies,elements, or other organizations as directed.
Systems, subsystems, devices, components, and materials, alreadydeveloped or under development, that
could be used to reduce the cost of new systemsacquisition and support by reducing duplication of research
and development effort and bylimiting the addition of support base.
Any Department of Defense-owned, -leased, or -controlled 20- or40-foot International Organization for
Standardization container managed by USTransportation Command as an element of the Department of
Defense common-use containersystem. See also component- owned container Service-unique container. (JP 4-
01.7)
The airlift service provided on a common basis for all Departmentof Defense agencies and, as authorized, for
other agencies of the US Government.
An item of an interchangeable nature which is in common use by two ormore nations or Services of a nation.
(JP 4-07)
Materiel or service support shared with or provided by two or moreServices, Department of Defense (DOD)
agencies, or multinational partners to anotherService, DOD agency, non-DOD agency, and/or multinational
partner in an operation.Common-user logistics is usually restricted to a particular type of supply and/or
serviceand may be further restricted to specific unit(s) or types of units, specific times, missions,and/or
geographic areas. Also called CUL. See also common use. (JP 4-07)
Point-to-point land transportation serviceoperated by a single Service for common use by two or more
Services.
A system of circuits or channels allocated to furnish communicationpaths between switching centers to
provide communication service on a common basis toall connected stations or subscribers. It is sometimes
described as a general purpose network.
A military installation, part of a military installation, or acommercial facility operated under contract or
arrangement by the Surface Deploymentand Distribution Command which regularly provides for two or more
Services terminalfunctions of receipt, transit storage or staging, processing, and loading and unloading
ofpassengers or cargo aboard ships. (JP 4-01.2)
The sealift services provided on a common basis for all Department ofDefense agencies and, as authorized, for
other agencies of the US Government. The MilitarySealift Command, a transportation component command of
the US TransportationCommand, provides common-user sealift for which users reimburse the
transportationaccounts of the Transportation Working Capital Fund. See also Military Sealift
Commandtransportation component command. (JP 3-35)
Transportation and transportation services provided on acommon basis for two or more Department of
Defense agencies and, as authorized, non-Department of Defense agencies. Common-user assets are under the
combatant command(command authority) of Commander, United States Transportation Command,
excludingService-organic or theater-assigned transportation assets. See also common use. (JP 4-01.2)
A quality that applies to materiel or systems: a. possessing like andinterchangeable characteristics enabling
each to be utilized, or operated and maintained, bypersonnel trained on the others without additional
specialized training b. havinginterchangeable repair parts and/or components and c. applying to consumable
itemsinterchangeably equivalent without adjustment.
To use any means or method to convey information of any kind from oneperson or place to another. (JP 6-0)
Use of devices, operations, and techniques with the intent ofconfusing or misleading the user of a
communications link or a navigation system.
See signal operation instructions.
An agency charged with the responsibility for handling andcontrolling communications traffic. The center
normally includes message center,transmitting, and receiving facilities. Also called COMCEN. See also
telecommunicationscenter.
Technical information and intelligence derived from foreigncommunications by other than the intended
recipients. Also called COMINT. (JP 2-0)
The aggregate of technical information andintelligence derived from the interception and analysis of foreign
communications (excluding press, propaganda, and public broadcast) used in the direction and redirection
ofcommunications intelligence intercept, analysis, and reporting activities.
An electronic indicator used for directing attention to a particularobject or position of mutual interest within or
between command and control systems.
An organization of stations capable of direct communications on acommon channel or frequency.
An organization of stations capable of intercommunications, butnot necessarily on the same channel.
An orbiting vehicle, which relays signals betweencommunications stations. There are two types: a. active
communications satellite - Asatellite that receives, regenerates, and retransmits signals between stations b.
passivecommunications satellite - A satellite which reflects communications signals betweenstations. Also
called COMSAT.
The protection resulting from all measures designed to denyunauthorized persons information of value that
might be derived from the possession andstudy of telecommunications, or to mislead unauthorized persons in
their interpretation ofthe results of such possession and study. Also called COMSEC. (JP 6-0)

Equipment designed to provide security totelecommunications by converting information to a form
unintelligible to an unauthorizedinterceptor and by reconverting such information to its original form for
authorized recipients,as well as equipment designed specifically to aid in (or as an essential element of)
theconversion process. Communications security equipment is cryptoequipment,cryptoancillary equipment,
cryptoproduction equipment, and authentication equipment.
All documents, devices, equipment, or apparatus,including cryptomaterial, used in establishing or maintaining
secure communications.
The act of listening to, copying, or recordingtransmissions of ones own circuits (or when specially agreed, e.g.,
in allied exercises,those of friendly forces) to provide material for communications security analysis in orderto
determine the degree of security being provided to those transmissions. In particular, thepurposes include
providing a basis for advising commanders on the security risks resultingfrom their transmissions, improving
the security of communications, and planning andconducting manipulative communications deception
operations.
Communications networks and information services that enablejoint and multinational warfighting capabilities.
See also command and control. (JP 6-0)
Terminus of a communications circuit at which data can be eitherentered or received located with the
originator or ultimate addressee. Also called CT.
Rear part of a theater of war or theater of operations (behind butcontiguous to the combat zone) which
contains the lines of communications, establishmentsfor supply and evacuation, and other agencies required
for the immediate support andmaintenance of the field forces. Also called COMMZ. See also combat zone line
ofcommunications rear area theater of operations theater of war. (JP 4-0)
1. The relationship between military and civilian communities. 2.Those public affairs programs that address
issues of interest to the general public, business,academia, veterans, Service organizations, military-related
associations, and other non-news media entities. These programs are usually associated with the interaction
betweenUS military installations and their surrounding or nearby civilian communities. Interactionwith
overseas non-news media civilians in an operational area is handled by civil-militaryoperations with public
affairs support as required. See also public affairs. (JP 3-61)
That command function that evaluates public attitudes,identifies the mission of a military organization with the
public interest, and executes aprogram of action to earn public understanding and acceptance.
Coverage of the same area or object taken at different times, to showany changes in details. See also cover.
1. Establishment and management of an organization so that informationabout the personnel, internal
organization, or activities of one component is made availableto any other component only to the extent
required for the performance of assigned duties. 2. Effects of relief and drainage upon avenues of approach so
as to produce areas boundedon at least two sides by terrain features such as woods, ridges, or ravines that
limit observationor observed fire into the area from points outside the area. (JP 3-05.1)compass rose - A
graduated circle, usually marked in degrees, indicating directions andprinted or inscribed on an appropriate
medium.
A counterintelligence investigation in which sabotage,espionage, treason, sedition, subversive activity, or
disaffection is suspected.
A term applied to an assemblage of explosive and nonexplosive componentsdesigned to perform a specific
function at the time and under the conditions desired. Examples of complete rounds of ammunition are: a.
separate loading, consisting of aprimer, propelling charge and, except for blank ammunition, a projectile and a
fuze b.fixed or semifixed, consisting of a primer, propelling charge, cartridge case, a projectileand, except when
solid projectiles are used, a fuze c. bomb, consisting of all componentparts required to drop and function the
bomb once d. missile, consisting of a completewarhead section and a missile body with its associated
components and propellants and e.rocket, consisting of all components necessary to function.
The joint operation plan review criterion for assessing whether operation plansincorporate major operations
and tasks to be accomplished and to what degree they includeforces required, deployment concept,
employment concept, sustainment concept, timeestimates for achieving objectives, description of the end
state, mission success criteria,and mission termination criteria. (JP 5-0)
Large-scale peace operations (or elements thereof)conducted by a combination of military forces and
nonmilitary organizations that involveone or more of the elements of peace operations that include one or
more elements of othertypes of operations such as foreign humanitarian assistance, nation assistance, support
toinsurgency, or support to counterinsurgency. Also called CCOs. See also operationpeace operations. (JP 3-08)
1. One of the subordinate organizations that constitute a joint force. Normallya joint force is organized with a
combination of Service and functional components. 2. Inlogistics, a part or combination of parts having a
specific function, which can be installed orreplaced only as an entity. Also called COMP. See also functional
component commandService component command. (JP 1)
An assembly or any combination of parts, subassemblies, andassemblies mounted together in manufacture,
assembly, maintenance, or rebuild.
A 20- or 40-foot International Organization for Standardizationcontainer procured and owned by a single
Department of Defense component. May beeither on an individual unit property book or contained within a
component pool (e.g.,Marine Corps maritime pre-positioning force containers). May be temporarily assigned
tothe Department of Defense common-use container system. Also called Service-uniquecontainer. See also
common-use container. (JP 4-01.7)
Air photographs made with a camera having one principal lensand two or more surrounding and oblique
lenses. The several resulting photographs arecorrected or transformed in printing to permit assembly as
verticals with the same scale.
The officer in tactical command is normally the compositewarfare commander. However the composite
warfare commander concept allows an officerin tactical command to delegate tactical command to the
composite warfare commander.The composite warfare commander wages combat operations to counter
threats to the forceand to maintain tactical sea control with assets assigned while the officer in tactical
commandretains close control of power projection and strategic sea control operations. (JP 3-02)
An Air Force wing that operates more than one type of weapon system.Some composite wings are built from
the ground up and designed to put all resourcesrequired to meet a specific warfighting objective in a single
wing under one commander at one location. Other composite wings need not be built from the ground up but
combinedifferent weapon systems operating at the same base into a single wing.
See hyperbaric chamber.
The known or suspected exposure of clandestine personnel, installations, orother assets or of classified
information or material, to an unauthorized person.
A term applied to classified matter, knowledge of which has, in whole orin part, passed to an unauthorized
person or persons, or which has been subject to risk ofsuch passing. See also classified matter.

A computed air position where the first paratroop or cargoitem is released to land on a specified impact point.
An incident of unauthorized access to data or an automated informationsystem.
The process of identifying that a computer intrusion has beenattempted, is occurring, or has occurred.
See configuration management independent review validationverification.
Actions taken through the use of computer networks to disrupt,deny, degrade, or destroy information resident
in computers and computer networks, or thecomputers and networks themselves. Also called CNA. See also
computer networkdefense computer network exploitation computer network operations. (JP 3-13)
Actions taken to protect, monitor, analyze, detect, and respondto unauthorized activity within the Department
of Defense information systems and computernetworks. Also called CND. See also computer network attack
computer networkexploitation computer network operations. (JP 6-0)
Enabling operations and intelligence collection capabilitiesconducted through the use of computer networks to
gather data from target or adversaryautomated information systems or networks. Also called CNE. See also
computer networkattack computer network defense computer network operations. (JP 3-13)
Comprised of computer network attack, computer networkdefense, and related computer network
exploitation enabling operations. Also called CNO.See also computer network attack computer network
defense computer networkexploitation. (JP 3-13)
The protection resulting from all measures to deny unauthorized accessand exploitation of friendly computer
systems. Also called COMPUSEC. See alsocommunications security. (JP 6-0)
See configuration management independent review validationverification.
The protection from observation or surveillance. See also camouflagecover screen.
1. An area, usually in the theater of operations, where troops areassembled before beginning active
operations. 2. A limited area on which a volume ofgunfire is placed within a limited time.
A verbal or graphic statement, in broad outline, of anintelligence directorates assumptions or intent in regard
to intelligence support of anoperation or series of operations. The concept of intelligence operations, which
supportsthe commanders concept of operations, is contained in the intelligence annex of operationplans. The
concept of intelligence operations is designed to give an overall picture ofintelligence support for joint
operations. It is included primarily for additional clarity ofpurpose. See also concept of operations. (JP 2-0)
A verbal or graphic statement, in a broad outline, of how acommander intends to support and integrate with a
concept of operations in an operation orcampaign. (JP 4-0)
A verbal or graphic statement that clearly and concisely expresseswhat the joint force commander intends to
accomplish and how it will be done using availableresources. The concept is designed to give an overall picture
of the operation. Also calledcommanders concept or CONOPS. (JP 5-0)
In the context of joint operation planning level 3 planning detail, an operationplan in an abbreviated format
that may require considerable expansion or alteration toconvert it into a complete operation plan or operation
order. Also called CONPLAN. Seealso operation plan. (JP 5-0)
A mist or fog of minute water droplets that temporarily surrounds thefireball following a nuclear (or atomic)
detonation in a comparatively humid atmosphere.The expansion of the air in the negative phase of the blast
wave from the explosion resultsin a lowering of the temperature, so that condensation of water vapor present
in the airoccurs and a cloud forms. The cloud is soon dispelled when the pressure returns to normaland the air
warms up again. The phenomenon is similar to that used by physicists in theWilson cloud chamber and is
sometimes called the cloud chamber effect.
A visible cloud streak, usually brilliantly white in color, which trailsbehind a missile or other vehicle in flight
under certain conditions. Also called CONTRAIL.
Those variables of an operational environment or situation in which a unit, system,or individual is expected to
operate and may affect performance. See also joint mission-essential tasks.
See exercise directing staff.
A discipline applying technical and administrative directionand surveillance to: (1) identify and document the
functional and physical characteristicsof a configuration item (2) control changes to those characteristics and
(3) record andreport changes to processing and implementation status.
An information item is said to be confirmedwhen it is reported for the second time, preferably by another
independent source whosereliability is considered when confirming information. (JP 2-0)
An armed struggle or clash between organized groups within a nation or betweennations in order to achieve
limited political or military objectives. Although regular forcesare often involved, irregular forces frequently
predominate. Conflict often is protracted,confined to a restricted geographic area, and constrained in
weaponry and level of violence.Within this state, military power in response to threats may be exercised in an
indirectmanner while supportive of other instruments of national power. Limited objectives maybe achieved
by the short, focused, and direct application of force. (JP 3-0)
A peace operation employing complementary diplomatic, civil, and,when necessary, military means, to
monitor and identify the causes of conflict, and taketimely action to prevent the occurrence, escalation, or
resumption of hostilities. Activitiesaimed at conflict prevention are often conducted under Chapter VI of the
United NationsCharter. Conflict prevention can include fact-finding missions, consultations,
warnings,inspections, and monitoring. (JP 3-07.3)
An individual who is dispatched by the sponsor for the primary purpose ofconfounding the intelligence or
counterintelligence apparatus of another country ratherthan for the purpose of collecting and transmitting
information.
A reflector of electromagnetic radiations used to create echoes forconfusion purposes. Radar confusion
reflectors include such devices as chaff, rope, andcorner reflectors.
A route connecting axial and/or lateral routes. See also route.
The ability to exchange information by electronic means. (JP 3-18)
A contract by which a commercial ship is chartered by theMilitary Sealift Command for a series of specified
voyages. (JP 3-02.2) consequence management -Actions taken to maintain or restore essential services and
manageand mitigate problems resulting from disasters and catastrophes, including natural, man-made, or
terrorist incidents. Also called CM. (JP 3-28)
A grouping of controls, indicators, and similar electronic or mechanical equipment,used to monitor readiness
of, and/or control specific functions of, a system, such as missilecheckout, countdown, or launch operations.
A summary of all vehicles loaded on a ship, listed by types andshowing the units to which they belong.
The combining or merging of elements to perform a common or related function.
Organizing and strengthening a newly captured position sothat it can be used against the enemy.
A number of like satellites that are part of a system. Satellites in a constellationgenerally have a similar orbit.
For example, the Global Positioning System constellationconsists of 24 satellites distributed in six orbital planes
with similar eccentricities, altitudes,and inclinations. See also global positioning system. (JP 3-14)
To provide the legal authority for the existence of a new unit of the Armed Services.The new unit is designated
and listed, but it has no specific existence until it is activated.See also commission.
In the context of joint operation planning, a requirement placed on the commandby a higher command that
dictates an action, thus restricting freedom of action. See alsooperational limitation restraint. (JP 5-0)

See expendable supplies and materiel.

Person or agency that uses information or intelligence produced by either its ownstaff or other agencies.

That part of logistics concerning reception of the initial product, storage,inspection, distribution, transport,
maintenance (including repair and serviceability), anddisposal of materiel as well as the provision of support
and services. In consequence,consumer logistics includes materiel requirements determination, follow-on
support, stockcontrol, provision or construction of facilities (excluding any materiel element and thosefacilities
needed to support production logistic activities), movement control, codification,reliability and defect
reporting, storage, transport and handling safety standards, and relatedtraining.
The average quantity of an item consumed or expended during agiven time interval, expressed in quantities by
the most appropriate unit of measurementper applicable stated basis.
1. In air intercept, a term meaning, "Unit has an unevaluated target." 2. In healthservices, an unevaluated
individual who is known to have been sufficiently near an infectedindividual to have been exposed to the
transfer of infectious material.
A fuzing arrangement that prevents an unwanted surface burst inthe event of failure of the air burst fuze.
A mine detonated by physical contact. See also mine.
1. In land warfare, a point on the terrain, easily identifiable, where two ormore units are required to make
contact. 2. In air operations, the position at which a missionleader makes radio contact with an air control
agency. 3. (DOD only) In personnel recovery,a location where isolated personnel can establish contact with
recovery forces. Also calledCP. See also checkpoint control point coordinating point. (JP 3-50)
A print made from a negative or a diapositive in direct contact with sensitizedmaterial.
Those predesignated actions taken by isolated personnel and recoveryforces that permit link-up between the
two parties in hostile territory and facilitate thereturn of isolated personnel to friendly control. See also evader
hostile recovery force.(JP 3-50)
Locating isolated units out of contact with the main force.
A report indicating any detection of the enemy.
To stop, hold, or surround the forces of the enemy or to cause the enemy to centeractivity on a given front and
to prevent the withdrawal of any part of the enemys forces foruse elsewhere.
An article of transport equipment that meets American National Standards Institute/International Organization
for Standardization standards that is designed to be transportedby various modes of transportation. These
containers are also designed to facilitate andoptimize the carriage of goods by one or more modes of
transportation without intermediatehandling of the contents and equipped with features permitting ready
handling and transferfrom one mode to another. Containers may be fully enclosed with one or more doors,
opentop, refrigerated, tank, open rack, gondola, flatrack, and other designs. See alsocontainerization. (JP 4-01)
A sheltered anchorage (not a port) with the appropriatefacilities for the transshipment of containerized cargo
from containerships to other vessels.
A designated official (E6 or above or civilian equivalent) within acommand, installation, or activity who is
responsible for control, reporting, use, andmaintenance of all Department of Defense-owned and controlled
intermodal containersand equipment. This officer has custodial responsibility for containers from time
receiveduntil dispatched. (JP 4-01.7)
Items of materials-handling equipment required to specificallyreceive, maneuver, and dispatch International
Organization for Standardization containers.Also called CHE. See also materials handling equipment. (JP 4-01.7)
The use of containers to unitize cargo for transportation, supply, and storage.Containerization incorporates
supply, transportation, packaging, storage, and securitytogether with visibility of container and its contents
into a distribution system from sourceto user. See also container. (JP 4-01)
A ship specially constructed and equipped to carry only containers withoutassociated equipment, in all
available cargo spaces, either below or above deck.Containerships are usually non-self-sustaining, do not have
built-in capability to load oroff-load containers, and require port crane service. A containership with shipboard-
installedcranes capable of loading and off-loading containers without assistance of port crane serviceis
considered self-sustaining. See also non-self-sustaining containership self-sustainingcontainership. (JP 4-01.7)
Serves as the bottom-most temporary deck andprecludes the necessity of strengthening of tank tops or the
installation of hard points ondecks, thereby accelerating containership readiness. (JP 4-01.6)
See contamination. (JP 3-11)
Remains of personnel which have absorbed or upon which havebeen deposited radioactive material, or
biological or chemical agents. See also mortuaryaffairs. (JP 4-06)
1. The deposit, absorption, or adsorption of radioactive material, or ofbiological or chemical agents on or by
structures, areas, personnel, or objects. See alsofallout induced radiation residual radiation. 2. (DOD only) Food
and/or water madeunfit for consumption by humans or animals because of the presence of
environmentalchemicals, radioactive elements, bacteria or organisms, the byproduct of the growth ofbacteria
or organisms, the decomposing material (to include the food substance itself), orwaste in the food or water.
Procedures to avoid, reduce, remove, or render harmless (temporarilyor permanently) nuclear, radiological,
biological, and chemical contamination for the purposeof maintaining or enhancing the efficient conduct of
military operations. See also biologicalagent biological ammunition biological defense biological environment
biologicalthreat chemical agent chemical ammunition chemical, biological, and radiologicaloperation chemical
defense chemical environment contamination. (JP 3-41)
1. A maritime zone adjacent to the territorial sea that may not extendbeyond 24 nautical miles (nms) from the
baselines from which the breadth of the territorialsea is measured. Within the contiguous zone the coastal
state may exercise the controlnecessary to prevent and punish infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration,
or sanitarylaws and regulations within its territory or territorial sea. In all other respects the contiguouszone is
an area subject to high seas freedom of navigation, overflight, and related freedoms,such as the conduct of
military exercises. 2. The zone of the ocean extending 3-12 nmsfrom the US coastline.
United States territory, including the adjacent territorial waters,located within North America between Canada
and Mexico. Also called CONUS. contingency -A situation requiring military operations in response to natural
disasters, terrorists,subversives, or as otherwise directed by appropriate authority to protect US interests.
Seealso contingency contracting. (JP 5-0)
Contracting performed in support of a peacetime contingency inan overseas location pursuant to the policies
and procedures of the Federal AcquisitionRegulatory System. See also contingency.
Defense contractors and employees of defense contractorsand associated subcontractors, including US
citizens, US legal aliens, third country nationalpersonnel, and citizens of host nations, who are authorized to
accompany US militaryforces in contingency operations, other military operations, or exercises designated by
thegeographic combatant commander. This includes employees of external support, systemssupport, and
theater support contractors. (JP 4-02)
An organization that may be formedby the combatant commander or subordinate joint force commander to
augment thecombatant command or subordinate joint force staffs to provide additional Serviceengineering
expertise to support both contingency and crisis action planning and to provideconstruction management in
contingency and wartime operations. See also combatengineering contingency crisis action planning geospatial
engineering. (JP 3-34)
A military operation that is either designated by the Secretary ofDefense as a contingency operation or
becomes a contingency operation as a matter of law(Title 10 United States Code, Section 101[a][13]). It is a
military operation that: a. isdesignated by the Secretary of Defense as an operation in which members of the
Armed Forces are or may become involved in military actions, operations, or hostilities against anenemy of the
United States or against an opposing force or b. is created by definition oflaw. Under Title 10 United States
Code, Section 101 [a][13][B], a contingency operationexists if a military operation results in the (1) call-up to
(or retention on) active duty ofmembers of the uniformed Services under certain enumerated statutes (Title 10
UnitedStates Code, Sections 688, 12301(a), 12302, 12304, 12305, 12406, or 331-335) and (2) thecall-up to (or
retention on) active duty of members of the uniformed Services under other(non-enumerated) statutes during
war or national emergency declared by the President orCongress. See also contingency operation. (JP 1)
contingency planning -The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System planning activitiesthat occur in
noncrisis situations. The Joint Planning and Execution Community usescontingency planning to develop
A joint Defense Intelligence Agency and unifiedand specified command program for the production and
maintenance of current targetdocumentation of all countries of contingency planning interest to US military
planners.
The Contingency Planning Guidance (CPG) fulfills thestatutory duty of the Secretary of Defense to furnish
written policy guidance annually to theChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for contingency planning. The
Secretary issues thisguidance with the approval of the President after consultation with the Chairman of
theJoint Chiefs of Staff. The CPG focuses the guidance given in the National Security Strategyand Defense
Planning Guidance, and is the principal source document for the Joint StrategicCapabilities Plan. Also called
CPG.
Fast reaction transportation procedures intended to providefor priority use of land transportation assets by
Department of Defense when required.Also called CORE. (JP 4-01)
That portion of the quantity of an item excess to the approvedforce retention level for which there is no
predictable demand or quantifiable requirement,and which normally would be allocated as potential DOD
excess stock, except for adetermination that the quantity will be retained for possible contingencies for United
Statesforces. (Category C ships, aircraft, and other items being retained as contingency reserveare included in
this stratum.)
A ZIP Code assigned by Military Postal Service Agency to acontingency post office for the tactical use of the
Armed Forces on a temporary basis. Thenumber consists of a five-digit base with a four-digit add-on to assist in
routing and sorting.(JP 1-0)
The effects, both desirable and undesirable, that are in addition to theprimary effects associated with a nuclear
detonation.
The degree or state of being continuous in the exercise of theauthority vested in an individual of the Armed
Forces for the direction, coordination, andcontrol of military forces.
The degree or state of being continuous in the conduct of functions,tasks, or duties necessary to accomplish a
military action or mission in carrying out thenational military strategy. It includes the functions and duties of
the commander, as well asthe supporting functions and duties performed by the staff and others acting under
theauthority and direction of the commander. Also called COOP.
1. Fire conducted at a normal rate without interruption for application ofadjustment corrections or for other
causes. 2. In field artillery and naval gunfire support,loading and firing at a specified rate or as rapidly as
possible consistent with accuracywithin the prescribed rate of fire for the weapon. Firing will continue until
terminated bythe command "end of mission" or temporarily suspended by the command "cease loading"or
"check firing."
A type of fire in which illuminating projectiles are fired atspecified time intervals to provide uninterrupted
lighting on the target or specified area.
A camera in which the film moves continuously past a slit inthe focal plane, producing a photograph in one
unbroken length by virtue of the continuousforward motion of the aircraft.
Imagery of a strip of terrain in which the image remainsunbroken throughout its length, along the line of flight.
See terrain flight.
Difference in elevation between two adjacent contour lines.
A line on a map or chart connecting points of equal elevation.
The maintenance of materiel performed under contract by commercialorganizations (including prime
contractors) on a one-time or continuing basis, withoutdistinction as to the level of maintenance
accomplished.
Defense procurement: the cessation or cancellation, in whole or inpart, of work under a prime contract or a
subcontract thereunder for the convenience of, orat the option of, the government, or due to failure of the
contractor to perform in accordancewith the terms of the contract (default).
Support in which maintenance operations for a particular militarysystem are performed exclusively by contract
support personnel. Also called CLS. Seealso logistic support support. (JP 4-07)
A US military officer or civilian employee who has a valid appointmentas a contracting officer under the
provisions of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Theindividual has the authority to enter into and administer
contracts and determinations aswell as findings about such contracts. (JP 1-06)
A sub-category of "contingency contractor personnel."Contractors deploying with the force are employees of
system support and external supportcontractors and associated subcontractor, at all tiers, who are specifically
authorized intheir contract to deploy through a deployment center or process and provide support to
USmilitary forces in contingency operations or in other military operations, or exercisesdesignated by a
geographic combatant commander. Also called CDF. (JP 4-02)
1. Authority that may be less than full command exercised by a commander overpart of the activities of
subordinate or other organizations. 2. In mapping, charting, andphotogrammetry, a collective term for a
system of marks or objects on the Earth or on amap or a photograph, whose positions or elevations (or both)
have been or will be determined. 3. Physical or psychological pressures exerted with the intent to assure that
an agent orgroup will respond as directed. 4. An indicator governing the distribution and use ofdocuments,
information, or material. Such indicators are the subject of intelligencecommunity agreement and are
specifically defined in appropriate regulations. See alsoadministrative control operational control tactical
control.
See control, Parts 3 and 4.
A controlled airspace extending upwards from a specified limit above theEarth. See also controlled airspace
control zone terminal control area.
Personnel, ships, and craft designated to control the waterborne ship-to-shoremovement. (JP 3-02)
A national operation plan to minimize the use ofelectromagnetic radiation in the United States and its
possessions and the Panama CanalZone in the event of attack or imminent threat thereof, as an aid to the
navigation of hostileaircraft, guided missiles, or other devices. See also emission control orders.
1. A position along a route of march at which men are stationed to giveinformation and instructions for the
regulation of supply or traffic. 2. A position marked bya buoy, boat, aircraft, electronic device, conspicuous
terrain feature, or other identifiableobject which is given a name or number and used as an aid to navigation or
control of ships,boats, or aircraft. 3. In marking mosaics, a point located by ground survey with which
acorresponding point on a photograph is matched as a check.
A controlled airspace extending upwards from the surface of the Earth to aspecified upper limit. See also
control area controlled airspace terminal control area.
A mine which after laying can be controlled by the user, to the extentof making the mine safe or live, or to fire
the mine. See also mine.
An airspace of defined dimensions within which air traffic controlservice is provided to controlled flights.
Cargo which is regarded as highly dangerous andwhich may only be carried by cargo aircraft operating within
specific safety regulations.
Nuclear weapons designed to achieve variation in theintensity of specific effects other than normal blast effect.

An exercise characterized by the imposition of constraints on someor all of the participating units by planning
authorities with the principal intention ofprovoking types of interaction. See also free play exercise.
An area in which ordnance firing is conducted under controlledconditions so as to eliminate hazard to aircraft
in flight. See also restricted area.
Military or paramilitary forces under effective and sustained political andmilitary direction.
1. Information conveyed to an adversary in a deception operation toevoke desired appreciations. 2.
Information and indicators deliberately conveyed or deniedto foreign targets to evoke invalid official estimates
that result in foreign official actionsadvantageous to US interests and objectives.
See regulated item.
A map with precise horizontal and vertical ground control as a basis. Scale,azimuth, and elevation are accurate.
See also map.
A mosaic corrected for scale, rectified and laid to ground control toprovide an accurate representation of
distances and direction. See also mosaic rectification.
A traffic movement procedure whereby two lines of traffic travellingin opposite directions are enabled to
traverse alternately a point or section of route whichcan take only one line of traffic at a time.
A harbor or anchorage at which entry and departure, assignment ofberths, and traffic within the harbor or
anchorage are controlled by military authorities.
Not to be used. See controlled response.
The selection from a wide variety of feasible options one of which willprovide the specific military response
most advantageous in the circumstances.
A route, the use of which is subject to traffic or movement restrictionswhich may be supervised. See also
route.
Shipping that is controlled by the Military Sealift Command. Includedin this category are Military Sealift
Command ships (United States Naval Ships),government-owned ships operated under a general agency
agreement, and commercial ships under charter to the Military Sealift Command. See also Military Sealift
CommandUnited States Naval Ship. (JP 3-02.2)
A drug or other substance, or immediate precursor included in ScheduleI, II, III, IV, or V of the Controlled
Substances Act. (JP 3-07.4)
Not to be used. See limited war.
1. Those forces capable of conducting operations using nonnuclearweapons. 2. Those forces other than
designated special operations forces. (JP 3-05)
Land mines, other than nuclear or chemical, that are not designed toself-destruct. They are designed to be
emplaced by hand or mechanical means. Conventionalmines can be buried or surface laid and are normally
emplaced in a pattern to aid in recording.See also mine. (JP 3-15)
A weapon which is neither nuclear, biological, nor chemical.
A request or command used in a call for fire to indicate that the observer or spotterdesires a sheaf in which the
planes of fire intersect at a point.
The lateral distribution of fire of two or more pieces so that the planes offire intersect at a given point. See also
parallel sheaf.
See convergence factor grid convergence grid convergence factor mapconvergence true convergence.
The ratio of the angle between any two meridians on the chart totheir actual change of longitude. See also
convergence.
That region in the deep ocean where sound rays, refractured from thedepths, return to the surface.
The angle between a great circle (orthodromic) bearing and a rhumbline (loxodromic) bearing of a point,
measured at a common origin.
A scale indicating the relationship between two different units ofmeasurement. See also scale.
1. A number of merchant ships and/or naval auxiliaries usually escorted by warshipsand/or aircraft - or a single
merchant ship or naval auxiliary under surface escort -assembled and organized for the purpose of passage
together. 2. A group of vehiclesorganized for the purpose of control and orderly movement with or without
escort protectionthat moves over the same route at the same time and under one commander. See also
coastal convoy evacuation convoy ocean convoy.
A naval officer, or master of one of the ships in a convoy, designated tocommand the convoy, subject to the
orders of the officer in tactical command. If no surfaceescort is present, the convoy commodore takes entire
command.
The position at sea where a convoy breaks up, each ship proceedingindependently thereafter.
1. A naval ship(s) or aircraft in company with a convoy and responsiblefor its protection. 2. An escort to protect
a convoy of vehicles from being scattered, destroyed,or captured. See also escort.
See joiner. See also joiner convoy joiner section.
See leaver. See also leaver convoy leaver section.
The loading of troop units with their equipment and supplies in vesselsof the same movement group, but not
necessarily in the same vessel. See also loading.
The specific route assigned to each convoy by the appropriate routingauthority.
Planned convoy sailings showing the shipping lanes, assembly andterminal areas, scheduled speed, and sailing
interval.
For ships, the speed which the convoy commodore orders the guide of theconvoy to make good through the
water.
A geographical area, designated by the name of a port or anchorageon which it is centered, at which convoys
or sections of convoys arrive and from whichthey will be dispersed to coastal convoy systems or as
independents to their final destination.
Those ships of the close escort which normally remain with theconvoy from its port of assembly to its port of
arrival.
A combination of letters and numbers that gives the port of departure andarrival, speed, and serial number of
each convoy.
An agency that provides technical and resource support (includingplanning, training, and exercising), at the
request of the coordinating agency, to conductoperations using their own authorities, subject-matter experts,
capabilities or resources (i.e.,personnel, equipment, or other resource support). The Department of Defense is
considereda cooperating agency for the majority of the National Response Plan support annexes.(JP 3-28)

The combining term for procedural arrangements(cooperative logistic arrangements) and implementing
procedures (supplementaryprocedures) that together support, define, or implement cooperative logistic
understandingsbetween the United States and a friendly foreign government under peacetime conditions.
The logistic support provided a foreign government or agency throughits participation in the US Department of
Defense logistic system, with reimbursement tothe United States for support provided.
A facility located outside the United States and US territorieswith little or no permanent US presence,
maintained with periodic Service, contractor, orhost-nation support. Cooperative security locations provide
contingency access, logisticsupport, and rotational use by operating forces and are a focal point for security
cooperationactivities. Also called CSL. See also forward operating site main operating base.(CJCS CM-0007-05)
A plan for which a draft plan has been coordinated with thenations involved. It may be used for future planning
and exercises and may be implementedduring an emergency. See also draft plan final plan initial draft plan
operation plan.
A line beyond which conventional and indirect surface fire supportmeans may fire at any time within the
boundaries of the establishing headquarters withoutadditional coordination. The purpose of the coordinated
fire line is to expedite the surfaceto-surface attack of targets beyond the coordinated fire line without
coordination with theground commander in whose area the targets are located. Also called CFL. See also
firesupport. (JP 3-09)
The agency or Military Service assigned purchaseresponsibility for all Department of Defense requirements of a
particular Federal SupplyGroup/class, commodity, or item.
An atomic time scale that is the basis for broadcast timesignals. Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) differs from
International Atomic Time by anintegral number of seconds it is maintained within 0.9 seconds of UT1 (see
UniversalTime) by introduction of Leap Seconds. The rotational orientation of the Earth, specifiedby UT1, may
be obtained to an accuracy of a tenth of a second by applying the UTC to theincrement DUT1 (where DUT1 =
UT1 - UTC) that is broadcast in code with the timesignals. Also called UTC. See also International Atomic Time
Universal Time ZULUTime.
Linear or angular quantities which designate the position that a point occupiesin a given reference frame or
system. Also used as a general term to designate the particularkind of reference frame or system such as plane
rectangular coordinates or sphericalcoordinates. See also geographic coordinates georef grid coordinates.
coordinating agency -An agency that supports the incident management mission by providingthe leadership,
expertise, and authorities to implement critical and specific aspects of theresponse. Responsible for
orchestrating a coordinated response, provides staff for operationsfunctions, notifies and tasks cooperating
agencies, manages tasks with cooperating agencies,works with private-sector organizations, communicates
ongoing activities to organizationalelements, plans for short- and long-term incident management and
maintains trainedpersonnel to execute their appropriate support responsibilities. (JP 3-28)
A procedural airspace control method to separate fixed- and rotary-wingaircraft by determining an altitude
below which fixed-wing aircraft will normally not flyand above which rotary-wing aircraft normally will not fly.
The coordinating altitude isnormally specified in the airspace control plan and may include a buffer zone for
smallaltitude deviations. (JP 3-52)
A commander or individual assigned responsibility for coordinatingspecific functions or activities involving
forces of two or more Military Departments, twoor more joint force components, or two or more forces of the
same Service. The commanderor individual has the authority to require consultation between the agencies
involved, butdoes not have the authority to compel agreement. In the event that essential agreementcannot
be obtained, the matter shall be referred to the appointing authority. Coordinatingauthority is a consultation
relationship, not an authority through which command may beexercised. Coordinating authority is more
applicable to planning and similar activities thanto operations. (JP 1)
Designated point at which, in all types of combat, adjacent units/formations must make contact for purposes
of control and coordination.
1. With respect to exports, a cooperative manufacturing arrangement (e.g.,US Government or company with
foreign government or company) providing for the transferof production information that enables an eligible
foreign government, internationalorganization, or commercial producer to manufacture, in whole or in part, an
item of USdefense equipment. Such an arrangement would include the functions of productionengineering,
controlling, quality assurance, and determination of resource requirements.This is normally accomplished
under the provisions of a manufacturing license agreementper the US International Traffic in Arms Regulation
and could involve the implementationof a government-to- government memorandum of understanding. 2. A
cooperativemanufacturing arrangement (US Government or company with foreign government orcompany)
providing for the transfer of production information which enables the receivinggovernment, international
organization, or commercial producer to manufacture, in wholeor in part, an item of defense equipment. The
receiving party could be an eligible foreigngovernment, international organization, or foreign producer or the
US Government or aUS producer, depending on which direction the information is to flow. A typical
A negative produced from an original not necessarily at the same scale.
1. A device, normally consisting of three metallic surfaces or screensperpendicular to one another, designed to
act as a radar target or marker. 2. In radarinterpretation, an object which, by means of multiple reflections
from smooth surfaces,produces a radar return of greater magnitude than might be expected from the physical
sizeof the object.
Provides corps logistic support and command and control of watersupply battalions. (JP 4-01.6)
Troops assigned or attached to a corps, but not a part of one of the divisionsthat make up the corps.
The ratio of a ground dose rate reading to a reading taken atapproximately the same time at survey height
over the same point on the ground.
1. A contract that provides for payment to the contractor of allowable costs, tothe extent prescribed in the
contract, incurred in performance of the contract. 2. Acost-reimbursement type contract under which the
contractor receives no fee.
A cost-reimbursement type contract under which the contractor receivesno fee but is reimbursed only for an
agreed portion of its allowable costs.
A cost-reimbursement type contract that provides for thepayment of a fixed fee to the contractor. The fixed
fee, once negotiated, does not vary withactual cost but may be adjusted as a result of any subsequent changes
in the scope of workor services to be performed under the contract.
A mission that integrates offensive and defensive operations to attain and maintaina desired degree of air
superiority. Counterair missions are designed to destroy or negateenemy aircraft and missiles, both before and
after launch. See also air superiority missionoffensive counterair. (JP 3-01)
Attack by part or all of a defending force against an enemy attacking force,for such specific purposes as
regaining ground lost or cutting off or destroying enemyadvance units, and with the general objective of
denying to the enemy the attainment of theenemys purpose in attacking. In sustained defensive operations, it
is undertaken to restorethe battle position and is directed at limited objectives. See also
countermovecounteroffensive.
Fire delivered for the purpose of destroying or neutralizing indirectfire weapon systems.
Efforts to negate, neutralize, diminish the effects of, or gain advantagefrom a foreign deception operation.
Counterdeception does not include the intelligencefunction of identifying foreign deception operations. See
also deception.
Those active measures taken to detect, monitor, and counter the production,trafficking, and use of illegal
drugs. Also called CD and counternarcotics (CN). (JP 3-07.4) counterdrug activities. Those measures taken to
detect, interdict, disrupt, or curtail any activitythat is reasonably related to illicit drug trafficking. This includes,
but is not limited to,measures taken to detect, interdict, disrupt, or curtail activities related to substances,
materiel,weapons, or resources used to finance, support, secure, cultivate, process, or transport illegaldrugs.
(JP 3-07.4)
Support provided to law enforcement agencies orhost nations that includes loan or lease of equipment without
operators, use of facilities(such as buildings, training areas, and ranges), training conducted in formal schools,
transferof excess equipment, or other support provided by the Services from forces not assigned ormade
available to the combatant commanders. See also counterdrug operational supportcounterdrug operations. (JP
3-07.4)
Support to host nations and drug law enforcement agenciesinvolving military personnel and their associated
equipment, provided by the geographiccombatant commanders from forces assigned to them or made
available to them by theServices for this purpose. See also counterdrug nonoperational support
counterdrugoperations. (JP 3-07.4)
Civil or military actions taken to reduce or eliminate illicit drugtrafficking. See also counterdrug counterdrug
nonoperational support counterdrugoperational support. (JP 3-07.4) counternarcotics. See counterdrug. (JP 3-
07.4)
That aspect of counterintelligence designed to detect, destroy, neutralize,exploit, or prevent espionage
activities through identification, penetration, manipulation,deception, and repression of individuals, groups, or
organizations conducting or suspectedof conducting espionage activities.
Fire intended to destroy or neutralize enemy weapons. (DOD only) Includescounterbattery,
counterbombardment, and countermortar fire. See also fire.
The employment of strategic air and missile forces in an effort to destroy, orrender impotent, selected military
capabilities of an enemy force under any of thecircumstances by which hostilities may be initiated.
Operations and activities conducted by armed forces,paramilitary forces, or nonmilitary agencies against
guerrillas.
Those military, paramilitary, political, economic, psychological, andcivic actions taken by a government to
defeat insurgency. Also called COIN.
Information gathered and activities conducted to protect against espionage,other intelligence activities,
sabotage, or assassinations conducted by or on behalf of foreigngovernments or elements thereof, foreign
organizations, or foreign persons, or internationalterrorist activities. Also called CI. See also counterespionage
countersabotagecountersubversion security security intelligence. (JP 2-0)
One or more of the five functions of counterintelligence:operations, investigations, collection, analysis and
production, and functional services. Seealso analysis and production collection counterintelligence operation.
(JP 2-01.2)
The systematic acquisition of information (throughinvestigations, operations, or liaison) concerning espionage,
sabotage, terrorism, otherintelligence activities or assassinations conducted by or on behalf of foreign
governmentsor elements thereof, foreign organizations, or foreign persons that are directed against
orthreaten Department of Defense interests. See also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2) counterintelligence
investigation -An official, systematic search for facts to determine whethera person(s) is engaged in activities
that may be injurious to US national security oradvantageous to a foreign power. See also counterintelligence.
(JP 2-01.2)
The levying of counterintelligencerequirements specific to joint military activities and operations.
Counterintelligenceoperational tasking authority is exercised through supporting components. Also
calledCIOTA. See also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2)
Proactive activities designed to identify, exploit, neutralize,or deter foreign intelligence collection and terrorist
activities directed against the UnitedStates. See also counterintelligence operation. (JP 2-01.2)
The process of analyzing all-source information concerningespionage or other multidiscipline intelligence
collection threats, sabotage, terrorism, andother related threats to US military commanders, the Department
of Defense, and the USIntelligence Community and developing it into a final product that is
disseminated.Counterintelligence production is used in formulating security policy, plans, and operations.See
also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2)
Conducting counterintelligence activities to protect againstespionage and other foreign intelligence activities,
sabotage, international terrorist activities,or assassinations conducted for or on behalf of foreign powers,
organizations, or persons.See also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2)
That form of military science that, by the employment of devices and/ortechniques, has as its objective the
impairment of the operational effectiveness of enemyactivity. See also electronic warfare.
To explode the main charge in a mine by the shock of a nearby explosionof another mine or independent
explosive charge. The explosion of the main charge maybe caused either by sympathetic detonation or through
the explosive train and/or firingmechanism of the mine.
In land mine warfare, an operation to reduce or eliminate theeffects of mines or minefields. See also
countermine mine warfare.
The construction of obstacles and emplacement of minefieldsto delay, disrupt, and destroy the enemy by
reinforcement of the terrain. See also minefieldoperation target acquisition. (JP 3-34)
An operation undertaken in reaction to or in anticipation of a move by theenemy. See also counterattack.
A large scale offensive undertaken by a defending force to seize the initiativefrom the attacking force. See also
counterattack.
Intensive prearranged fire delivered when the imminence ofthe enemy attack is discovered. (DOD only) It is
designed to: break up enemy formations disorganize the enemys systems of command, communications, and
observation decreasethe effectiveness of artillery preparation and impair the enemys offensive spirit. See also
fire.
Those actions (e.g., detect and monitor, prepare to conductcounterproliferation operations, offensive
operations, weapons of mass destruction, activedefense, and passive defense) taken to defeat the threat
and/or use of weapons of massdestruction against the United States, our military forces, friends, and allies.
Also calledCP. See also nonproliferation. (JP 3-40)
Those psychological operations activities that identifyadversary propaganda, contribute to situational
awareness, and serve to expose adversaryattempts to influence friendly populations and military forces. (JP 3-
53)
All measures taken to prevent hostile observation of a force, area, orplace.
That aspect of counterintelligence designed to detect, destroy, neutralize,or prevent sabotage activities
through identification, penetration, manipulation, deception,and repression of individuals, groups, or
organizations conducting or suspected of conductingsabotage activities.
A secret challenge and its reply. See also challenge password.
That aspect of counterintelligence designed to detect, destroy, neutralize,or prevent subversive activities
through the identification, exploitation, penetration,manipulation, deception, and repression of individuals,
groups, or organizations conductingor suspected of conducting subversive activities.
All measures, active or passive, taken to counteract hostile surveillance.See also surveillance.
Operations that include the offensive measures taken to prevent, deter,preempt, and respond to terrorism.
Also called CT. See also antiterrorism combatingterrorism terrorism. (JP 3-05)
A small scale index, by country, depicting the existence of airphotography for planning purposes only.
The senior, in-country, US coordinating and supervising body, headed by thechief of the US diplomatic mission,
and composed of the senior member of each representedUS department or agency, as desired by the chief of
the US diplomatic mission. (JP 3-07.4)
An offensive operation that capitalizes on surprise and simultaneous executionof supporting operations to
achieve success in one swift stroke. (JP 3-0)
A messenger (usually a commissioned or warrant officer) responsible for the securephysical transmission and
delivery of documents and material. Generally referred to as acommand or local courier. See also armed forces
courier.
The intended direction of movement in the horizontal plane.
1. Any sequence of activities that an individual or unit may follow. 2. Apossible plan open to an individual or
commander that would accomplish, or is related tothe accomplishment of the mission. 3. The scheme adopted
to accomplish a job or mission. 4. A line of conduct in an engagement. 5. A product of the Joint Operation
Planning andExecution System concept development phase and the course-of-action determination stepsof the
joint operation planning process. Also called COA. (JP 5-0)cover - 1. The action by land, air, or sea forces to
protect by offense, defense, or threat ofeither or both. 2. Those measures necessary to give protection to a
person, plan, operation,formation, or installation from the enemy intelligence effort and leakage of
information. 3.The act of maintaining a continuous receiver watch with transmitter calibrated and available,but
not necessarily available for immediate use. 4. Shelter or protection, either natural orartificial. 5. (DOD only)
Photographs or other recorded images which show a particulararea of ground. 6. (DOD only) A code meaning,
"Keep fighters between force/base andcontact designated at distance stated from force/base" (e.g., "cover
bogey twenty-seven tothirty miles").
Actions to conceal actual friendly intentions, capabilities, operations, andother activities by providing a
plausible yet erroneous explanation of the observable.
In air photographic reconnaissance, the process of selection of the mostsuitable existing cover for a specific
requirement.
1. The ground area represented on imagery, photomaps, mosaics, maps, andother geographical presentation
systems. 2. (DOD only) Cover or protection, as thecoverage of troops by supporting fire. 3. (DOD only) The
extent to which intelligenceinformation is available in respect to any specified area of interest. 4. (DOD only)
Thesummation of the geographical areas and volumes of aerospace under surveillance. Seealso comparative
cover.
1. Fire used to protect troops when they are within range of enemy smallarms. 2. In amphibious usage, fire
delivered prior to the landing to cover preparatoryoperations such as underwater demolition or minesweeping.
See also fire.
1. A force operating apart from the main force for the purpose ofintercepting, engaging, delaying,
disorganizing, and deceiving the enemy before the enemycan attack the force covered. 2. Any body or
detachment of troops which provides securityfor a larger force by observation, reconnaissance, attack, or
defense, or by any combinationof these methods. See also force(s).
The area forward of the forward edge of the battle area out to theforward positions initially assigned to the
covering forces. It is here that the coveringforces execute assigned tasks.
An operation that is so planned and executed as to conceal the identityof or permit plausible denial by the
sponsor. A covert operation differs from a clandestineoperation in that emphasis is placed on concealment of
the identity of the sponsorrather than on concealment of the operation. See also clandestine operation
overtoperation. (JP 3-60)
A person in charge of a small craft (in the Army, a Class B or smaller craft) whooften functions as the
helmsman. For a causeway ferry, the pilot is in charge with thecoxswain performing helmsman functions. See
causeway. (JP 4-01.6)
An automatic emergency radio locator beacon to help searchingforces locate a crashed aircraft. See also
emergency locator beacon personal locatorbeacon.
See crash locator beacon.
Extraction of aircrew members from crashed or burningaircraft and the control and extinguishing of aircraft
and structural fires. (JP 3-34)
The pit, depression, or cavity formed in the surface of the Earth by an explosion. Itmay range from saucer
shaped to conical, depending largely on the depth of burst. In thecase of a deep underground burst, no rupture
of the surface may occur. The resulting cavityis termed a "camouflet."
The maximum depth of the crater measured from the deepest point of the pit tothe original ground level.

The average radius of the crater measured at the level corresponding to theoriginal surface of the ground.
A charge placed at an adequate depth to produce a crater.
A barrage in which the fire of all units participating remains in thesame relative position throughout and which
advances in steps of one line at a time.
In naval mine warfare, a buoyant mine held below the surface by aweight, usually in the form of a chain, which
is free to creep along the seabed under theinfluence of stream or current.
A terrain feature of such altitude that it restricts fire or observation in an areabeyond, resulting in dead space,
or limiting the minimum elevation, or both.
A report that indicates that engagement of a target or observation of an area is notpossible because of an
obstacle or intervening crest.
An incident or situation involving a threat to a nation, its territories, citizens, militaryforces, possessions, or
vital interests that develops rapidly and creates a condition of suchdiplomatic, economic, political, or military
importance that commitment of military forcesand resources is contemplated to achieve national objectives.
(JP 3-0)
One of the two types of joint operation planning. The Joint OperationPlanning and Execution System process
involving the time-sensitive development of jointoperation plans and operation orders for the deployment,
employment, and sustainment ofassigned and allocated forces and resources in response to an imminent crisis.
Crisis actionplanning is based on the actual circumstances that exist at the time planning occurs. Alsocalled
CAP. See also contingency planning joint operation planning Joint OperationPlanning and Execution System. (JP
5-0)
Measures to identify, acquire, and plan the use of resources needed toanticipate, prevent, and/or resolve a
threat or an act of terrorism. It is predominantly a lawenforcement response, normally executed under federal
law. Also called CrM. (JP 3-28)
See critical intelligence.
A specific entity that is of such extraordinary importance that its incapacitationor destruction would have a
very serious, debilitating effect on the ability of a nation tocontinue to function effectively. (JP 3-07.2) critical
asset list -A prioritized list of assets, normally identified by phase of the operation andapproved by the joint
force commander, that should be defended against air and missilethreats. Also called the CAL. (JP 3-01)
A means that is considered a crucial enabler for a center of gravity tofunction as such and is essential to the
accomplishment of the specified or assumedobjective(s). (JP 3-0)
Specific facts about friendly intentions, capabilities, and activities vitallyneeded by adversaries for them to plan
and act effectively so as to guarantee failure orunacceptable consequences for friendly mission
accomplishment.
Actions taken to prevent, remediate, or mitigate the risksresulting from vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure
assets. Depending on the risk, theseactions could include: changes in tactics, techniques, or procedures adding
redundancyselection of another asset isolation or hardening guarding, etc. Also called CIP. See alsodefense
critical infrastructure national critical infrastructure and key assets. (JP 3-28)
Intelligence that is crucial and requires the immediate attention of thecommander. It is required to enable the
commander to make decisions that will provide atimely and appropriate response to actions by the potential
or actual enemy. It includes butis not limited to the following: a. strong indications of the imminent outbreak of
hostilitiesof any type (warning of attack) b. aggression of any nature against a friendly country c.indications or
use of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosivesweapons and d. significant events
within adversary countries that may lead to modificationsof nuclear strike plans. (JP 2-0)
An essential item which is in short supply or expected to be in short supply foran extended period. See also
critical supplies and materiel regulated item.
Prioritized list, compiled from a subordinate commanders composite criticalitem lists, identifying supply items
and weapon systems that assist Service and DefenseLogistics Agencys selection of supply items and systems for
production surge planning.Also may be used in operational situations by the combatant commander and/or
subordinatejoint force commander (within combatant commander directives) to cross-level criticalsupply items
between Service components. Also called CIL. See also critical item. (JP4-07)
A joint duty assignment position for which, consideringthe duties and responsibilities of the position, it is highly
important that the assigned officerbe particularly trained in, and oriented toward, joint matters. Critical billets
are selected byheads of joint organizations, approved by the Secretary of Defense and documented in theJoint
Duty Assignment List.
The minimum amount of fissionable material capable of supporting a chainreaction under precisely specified
conditions.
An element, position, or command and control entity whose disruption ordestruction immediately degrades
the ability of a force to command, control, or effectivelyconduct combat operations. Also called target critical
damage point.
A military occupational specialty selected from among thecombat arms in the Army or equivalent military
specialties in the Navy,Air Force, or MarineCorps. Equivalent military specialties are those engaged in
operational art in order to attainstrategic goals in an operational area through the design, organization, and
conduct ofcampaigns and major operations. Critical occupational specialties are designated by theSecretary of
Defense. Also called COS.
1. A key geographical point or position important to the success of an operation. 2. In point of time, a crisis or a
turning point in an operation. 3. A selected point along aline of march used for reference in giving instructions.
4. A point where there is a changeof direction or change in slope in a ridge or stream. 5. Any point along a
route of marchwhere interference with a troop movement may occur.critical requirement - An essential
condition, resource, and means for a critical capability tobe fully operational. (JP 3-0)
A part, assembly, installation, or production system with one or moreessential characteristics that, if not
conforming to the design data or quality requirements,would result in an unsafe condition that could cause
loss or serious damage to the end itemor major components, loss of control, or serious injury to personnel.
Also called CSI.
A speed or range of speeds which a ship cannot sustain due to vibration orother similar phenomena.
Those supplies vital to the support of operations, whichowing to various causes are in short supply or are
expected to be in short supply. See alsocritical item regulated item.
Any item described at National Stock Number level of detail, byfederal supply class, as part of the logistic
factors file, that significantly affect thecommanders ability to execute an operation plan. Also called CSI.
An aspect of a critical requirement which is deficient or vulnerable todirect or indirect attack that will create
decisive or significant effects. (JP 3-0)
An assessment that identifies key assets and infrastructure that supportDepartment of Defense missions, units,
or activities and are deemed mission critical bymilitary commanders or civilian agency managers. It addresses
the impact of temporary orpermanent loss of key assets or infrastructures to the installation or a units ability
to performits mission. It examines costs of recovery and reconstitution including time, dollars,capability, and
infrastructure support. (JP 3-07.2)
The transfer of information between facilities at the same operational level.See also track telling.
The distribution of leaders, key weapons, personnel, and keyequipment among the aircraft, vessels, or vehicles
of a formation to preclude the total lossof command and control or unit effectiveness if an aircraft, vessel, or
vehicle is lost. It is also an important factor in aiding rapid assembly of units at the drop zone or landing
zone.See also loading.
A subset of common-user logistics in which a function is performed by oneMilitary Service in support of
another Military Service and for which reimbursement isrequired from the Service receiving support. See also
acquisition and cross-servicingagreement common-user logistics servicing. (JP 4-07)
The layering of weapons from different delivery platforms toincrease the probability of target damage or
destruction.
1. A number of adjacent crossing sites under the control of one commander. 2. (DOD only) A controlled access
area for a river crossing operation used to decreasetraffic congestion at the river. It is normally a brigade-sized
area defined by lateral boundariesand release lines 3 to 4 kilometers (based on mission, enemy, terrain and
weather, troopsand support available-time available) from each side of the river.cross-leveling - The authority
and ability to shift materiel inventory from one owner to meetthe requirement of another. At the theater
strategic level and operational level, it is theprocess of diverting en route or in-theater materiel from one
military element to meet thehigher priority of another within the combatant commanders directive authority
for logistics.Cross-leveling plans must include specific reimbursement procedures. (JP 4-07)

Guided missile, the major portion of whose flight path to its target is conductedat approximately constant
velocity depends on the dynamic reaction of air for lift and uponpropulsion forces to balance drag.

A level determined by vertical measurement from mean sea level,maintained during a flight or portion thereof.
A level maintained during a significant portion of a flight. See alsoaltitude.
See collapse depth.
Liquefied gas at very low temperature, such as liquid oxygen, nitrogen, orargon.
The steps and operations performed in converting encrypted messages intoplain text without initial knowledge
of the key employed in the encryption.
1. A complete system of crypto-communications between two or more holders. 2. The basic unit for naval
cryptographic communication. It includes: a. the cryptographicaids prescribed b. the holders thereof c. the
indicators or other means of identification d.the area or areas in which effective e. the special purpose, if any,
for which provided andf. pertinent notes as to distribution, usage, etc. A cryptochannel is analogous to a
radiocircuit.cryptographic information - All information significantly descriptive of cryptographictechniques and
processes or of cryptographic systems and equipment (or their functionsand capabilities) and all
cryptomaterial.
Of or pertaining to cryptology.
The science that deals with hidden, disguised, or encrypted communications. Itincludes communications
security and communications intelligence.
All material including documents, devices, equipment, and apparatus essentialto the encryption, decryption, or
authentication of telecommunications. When classified, itis designated CRYPTO and subject to special
safeguards.
A division of a message as prescribed for security reasons. The operatinginstructions for certain cryptosystems
prescribe the number of groups which may beencrypted in the systems, using a single message indicator.
Cryptoparts are identified inplain language. They are not to be confused with message parts.
The component of communications security that results from the provisionof technically sound cryptosystems
and their proper use. See also communications security.(JP 6-0)
The associated items of cryptomaterial that are used as a unit and provide asingle means of encryption and
decryption. See also cipher code decrypt encipher.
The point at which a force no longer has the capability to continue itsform of operations, offense or defense. a.
In the offense, the point at which effectivelycontinuing the attack is no longer possible and the force must
consider reverting to a defensiveposture or attempting an operational pause. b. In the defense, the point at
which effectivecounteroffensive action is no longer possible. (JP 5-0)
A deliberate and calculated association with a person for the purpose of recruitment,obtaining information, or
gaining control for these or other purposes.
A feature of the terrain that has been constructed by man. Included are suchitems as roads, buildings, and
canals boundary lines and, in a broad sense, all names andlegends on a map.
Weight of a ground vehicle including fuel, lubricants, coolant, and on-vehiclemateriel, excluding cargo and
operating personnel.
A body of water moving in a certain direction and caused by wind and densitydifferences in water. The effects
of a current are modified by water depth, underwatertopography, basin shape, land masses, and deflection
from the earths rotation. (JP 4-01.6)
The force that exists today. The current force represents actual force structureand/or manning available to
meet present contingencies. It is the basis for operations andcontingency plans and orders. See also force
Intermediate Force Planning LevelProgrammed Forces.
One of two categories of descriptive intelligence that is concerned withdescribing the existing situation. (JP 2-0)
Deep water movements caused by tides or seasonal changes in oceanwater level. (JP 4-01.6)
A water movement that flows from the beach through the surf zone in swiftlymoving narrow channels. See
also surf zone. (JP 4-01.6)
The curved path described by a fighter plane making an attack on amoving target while holding the proper
aiming allowance.
Ridges of beach material extending seaward from the beach face with interveningtroughs. (JP 4-01.6)
Members of the US Armed Forces or Department of Defensecivilian employees accountable for administration
of the postal effects entrusted to them bythe United States Postal Service. Civilian custodians of postal effects
are supervised by themembers of the US Armed Forces. Also called COPE.
1. The responsibility for the control of, transfer and movement of, and access to,weapons and components.
Custody also includes the maintenance of accountability forweapons and components. 2. Temporary restraint
of a person.
The ship in a replenishment unit that receives the transferred personneland/or supplies.
The total elapsed time between issuance of a customer order andsatisfaction of that order. Also called CWT.
(JP 4-09)
United States Customs Servicelong-range voice communications system. Also called COTHEN. (JP 3-07.4)
The deliberate shutting off of a reaction engine.
The velocity attained by a missile at the point of cut-off.
An attack that provides a direct vector from the interceptors position to anintercept point with the target
track.
An intermediary or device used to obviate direct contact between members of aclandestine organization.
1. In naval mine warfare, a device fitted to a sweep wire to cut or part themoorings of mines or obstructors it
may also be fitted in the mooring of a mine or obstructor to part a sweep. 2. (DOD only) Coast Guard
watercraft 65 feet long or larger. See alsomine warfare watercraft. (JP 3-33)
A charge which produces a cutting effect in line with its plane of symmetry.
Measures to identify, penetrate, or neutralize foreign operationsthat use cyber means as the primary
tradecraft methodology, as well as foreign intelligenceservice collection efforts that use traditional methods to
gauge cyber capabilities andintentions. See also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2)
The notional environment in which digitized information is communicated overcomputer networks. (JP 2-01.3)
See times.
As applied to the D-to-P concept, theseassets are required to compensate for the inability of the production
base to meet expenditure(consumption) requirements during the D-to-P period. See also D-to-P concept.

As applied to the D-to-P concept, this capabilityrepresents the sum of all assets on hand on D-day and the gross
production capability(funded and unfunded) between D-day and P-day. When this capability equals the D-to-
Pmateriel readiness gross requirement, requirements and capabilities are in balance. Seealso D-to-P concept.
As applied to the D-to-P concept, these assets represent the sum ofcontinental United States and overseas
operating and safety levels and intransit levels ofsupply. See also D-to-P concept.
As applied to the D-to-P concept, this asset requirementrepresents those stocks that must be physically
available on D-day to meet initial allowancerequirements, to fill the wartime pipeline between the producers
and users (even if P-day and D-day occur simultaneously), and to provide any required D-to-P consumption
orproduction differential stockage. The D-to-P assets required on D-day are also representedas the difference
between the D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirements and the cumulativesum of all production deliveries
during the D-to-P period. See also D-to-P concept.
A logistic planning concept by which the gross materiel readiness requirementin support of approved forces at
planned wartime rates for conflicts of indefinite durationwill be satisfied by a balanced mix of assets on hand
on D-day and assets to be gained fromproduction through P-day when the planned rate of production
deliveries to the users equalsthe planned wartime rate of expenditure (consumption). See also D-day
consumption/production differential assets D-day pipeline assets D-to-P assets required on D-dayD-to-P
materiel readiness gross requirement.
As applied to the D-to-P concept, the grossrequirement for all supplies and materiel needed to meet all initial
pipeline and anticipatedexpenditure (consumption) requirements between D-day and P-day. Includes
initialallowances, continental United States and overseas operating and safety levels, intransitlevels of supply,
and the cumulative sum of all items expended (consumed) during theD-to-P period. See also D-to-P concept.
A report prepared in message form at the joint force headquartersthat provides higher, lateral, and
subordinate headquarters with a summary of all significantintelligence produced during the previous 24-hour
period. The "as of" time for information,content, and submission time for the report will be as specified by the
joint force commander.Also called DISUM.
A tabulation of departures and arrivals of all merchantshipping (including neutrals) arriving or departing ports
during a 24-hour period.
In naval mine warfare, the plan area around a minesweeper inside which amine explosion is likely to interrupt
operations.
1. The determination of the effect of attacks on targets. 2. (DODonly) A determination of the effect of a
compromise of classified information on nationalsecurity. See also civil damage assessment military damage
assessment.
In naval usage, measures necessary aboard ship to preserve and reestablishwatertight integrity, stability,
maneuverability, and offensive power to control list and trimto effect rapid repairs of materiel to limit the
spread of and provide adequate protectionfrom fire to limit the spread of, remove the contamination by, and
provide adequate protectionfrom chemical, biological, and radiological agents and to provide for care of
woundedpersonnel. See also area damage control disaster control.
The critical levels of various effects, such as blast pressure and thermalradiation, required to achieve specified
levels of damage.
A preliminary appraisal of the potential effects of an attack. See alsoattack assessment.
The probability that a weapon will arrive, detonate, andachieve at least a specified level of damage (severe or
moderate) against a given target.Damage expectancy is a function of both probability of arrival and probability
of damageof a weapon.
In naval mine warfare, the average distance from a ship within which amine containing a given weight and type
of explosive must detonate if it is to inflict aspecified amount of damage.
The probability that a target ship passing once through a minefield willexplode one or more mines and sustain
a specified amount of damage.
1. In air traffic control, an airspace of defined dimensions within whichactivities dangerous to the flight of
aircraft may exist at specified times. 2. (DOD only) Aspecified area above, below, or within which there may be
potential danger. See alsoclosed area prohibited area restricted area.
In close air support, artillery, mortar, and naval gunfire support fires, it is theterm included in the method of
engagement segment of a call for fire which indicates thatfriendly forces are within close proximity of the
target. The close proximity distance isdetermined by the weapon and munition fired. See also call for fire final
protective fire.
That space between the weapon and the target where the trajectory does notrise 1.8 meters (the average
height of a standing human). This includes the area encompassedby the beaten zone. See also beaten zone.
Cargo which, because of its dangerous properties, is subject to specialregulations for its transport.
Representation of facts, concepts, or instructions in a formalized manner suitable forcommunication,
interpretation, or processing by humans or by automatic means. Anyrepresentations such as characters or
analog quantities to which meaning is or might beassigned.
Information presented on air imagery relevant to the geographical position, altitude,attitude, and heading of
the aircraft and, in certain cases, administrative information andinformation on the sensors employed.
A number, letter, character, or any combination thereof used to represent a dataelement or data item.
1. A basic unit of information built on standard structures having a uniquemeaning and distinct units or values.
2. In electronic recordkeeping, a combination ofcharacters or bytes referring to one separate item of
information, such as name, address, orage.
A subunit of descriptive information or value classified under a data element. Forexample, the data element
"military personnel grade" contains data items such as sergeant,captain, and colonel.
The means of connecting one location to another for the purpose of transmittingand receiving data. See also
tactical digital information link.
A voice coordination net of voice circuits used to coordinatetechnical operation of data terminal equipment.
One voice circuit is required for eachtactical digital information link (TADIL)-B pair, and one net is required for
participants oneach TADIL-A, TADIL-J, or interim Joint Tactical Information Distribution System
messagespecification net. The net is normally secure or covered. Also called DCN.
A standard unit of distance
Information that is normally structured and indexed for user access and review.Databases may exist in the
form of physical files (folders, documents, etc.) or formattedautomated data processing system data files. (JP 2-
0)
See international date line.
The date and time, expressed in digits and time zone suffix, at which themessage was prepared for
transmission. (Expressed as six digits followed by the time zonesuffix first pair of digits denotes the date,
second pair the hours, third pair the minutes,followed by a three-letter month abbreviation and two-digit year
abbreviation.) Also called DTG.
Any numerical or geometrical quantity or set of such quantities which may serveas reference or base for other
quantities. Where the concept is geometric, the plural form is"datums" in contrast to the normal plural "data."
A datum is the last known position of a submarine, orsuspected submarine, after contact has been lost.
1. A reference surface consisting of five quantities: the latitude and longitudeof an initial point, the azimuth of
a line from that point, and the parameters of the referenceellipsoid. 2. The mathematical model of the earth
used to calculate the coordinates on anymap. Different nations use different datums for printing coordinates
on their maps. Thedatum is usually referenced in the marginal information of each map.

An estimate of the degree of accuracy in the reportedposition of datum.
A surface to which elevations, heights, or depths on a map or chart arerelated. See also altitude.
Any reference point of known or assumed coordinates from which calculationor measurements may be taken.
See also pinpoint.
The time when contact with the submarine, orsuspected submarine, was lost.
A small crane on a vessel that is used to raise and lower small boats, such as lifeboats,side loadable warping
tugs, or causeway sections. (JP 4-01.6)
See one days supply.
Temporary loss of vision or a temporary reduction in visual acuity may also beapplied to effects on optics. See
also directed-energy warfare flash blindness.
An international or administrative boundary whose existence andlegality is not recognized, but which is a
practical division between separate national andprovincial administering authorities.
An international or administrative boundary whose existence andlegality is recognized.
An operation in which a weapon is changed from a state of readiness for initiationto a safe condition. Also
called safing. See also arm or de-arm. (JP 3-04.1)
A mine which has been neutralized, sterilized, or rendered safe. See alsomine.
1. An area within the maximum range of a weapon, radar, or observer, whichcannot be covered by fire or
observation from a particular position because of interveningobstacles, the nature of the ground, or the
characteristics of the trajectory, or the limitationsof the pointing capabilities of the weapon. 2. An area or zone
which is within range of aradio transmitter, but in which a signal is not received. 3. The volume of space above
andaround a gun or guided missile system into which it cannot fire because of mechanical orelectronic
limitations.
To remove a vehicle or piece of equipment from operation or use for one of thefollowing reasons: a. is
inoperative due to damage, malfunctioning, or necessary repairs(the term does not include items temporarily
removed from use by reason of routinemaintenance and repairs that do not affect the combat capability of the
item) b. is unsafeand c. would be damaged by further use.
The unloading of troops, equipment, or supplies from a ship or aircraft.
A specially prepared type of cargo net employed for the debarkation oftroops over the side of a ship.
A schedule that provides for the timely and orderly debarkation oftroops and equipment and emergency
supplies for the waterborne ship-to-shore movement.
A casualty status applicable to a person who is either known to have died, determinedto have died on the basis
of conclusive evidence, or declared to be dead on the basis of apresumptive finding of death. The recovery of
remains is not a prerequisite to determiningor declaring a person deceased. See also casualty status.
In air defense, the normal mode whereby a higher echelon monitorsunit actions, making direct target
assignments to units only when necessary to ensure properfire distribution or to prevent engagement of
friendly aircraft. See also centralized control.
Delegation of execution authority to subordinate commanders.(JP 3-30)
Those items of supply for which appropriate authority has prescribedlocal management and procurement.
Those measures designed to mislead the enemy by manipulation, distortion, orfalsification of evidence to
induce the enemy to react in a manner prejudicial to the enemysinterests. See also counterdeception military
deception.
A collection of related deception events that form a major component of adeception operation. (JP 3-13.4)
The deception course of action forwarded to the Chairman of the JointChiefs of Staff for review as part of the
combatant commanders strategic concept.
A deception scheme developed during the estimate process insufficient detail to permit decisionmaking. At a
minimum, a deception course of action willidentify the deception objective, the deception target, the desired
perception, the deceptionstory, and tentative deception means. (JP 3-13.4)

A deception means executed at a specific time and location in support of adeception operation. (JP 3-13.4)
Methods, resources, and techniques that can be used to convey informationto the deception target. There are
three categories of deception means: a. physical means.Activities and resources used to convey or deny
selected information to a foreign power. b. technical means. Military material resources and their associated
operating techniquesused to convey or deny selected information to a foreign power. c. administrative
means.Resources, methods, and techniques to convey or deny oral, pictorial, documentary, orother physical
evidence to a foreign power. (JP 3-13.4)
The desired result of a deception operation expressed in terms of whatthe adversary is to do or not to do at
the critical time and/or location. (JP 3-13.4)
A scenario that outlines the friendly actions that will be portrayed to causethe deception target to adopt the
desired perception. (JP 3-13.4)
The adversary decisionmaker with the authority to make the decision thatwill achieve the deception objective.
(JP 3-13.4)
In an estimate of the situation, a clear and concise statement of the line of actionintended to be followed by
the commander as the one most favorable to the successfulaccomplishment of the assigned mission.
An altitude related to the highest elevation in the touchdown zone,specified for a glide slope approach, at
which a missed-approach procedure must be initiatedif the required visual reference has not been established.
See also decision height.
A height above the highest elevation in the touchdown zone, specifiedfor a glide slope approach, at which a
missed-approach procedure must be initiated if therequired visual reference has not been established. See also
decision altitude.
A point in space and time when the commander or staff anticipates making akey decision concerning a specific
course of action. See also course of action decisionsupport template target area of interest. (JP 5-0)

A graphic record of wargaming. The decision support templatedepicts decision points, timelines associated
with movement of forces and the flow of theoperation, and other key items of information required to execute
a specific friendly courseof action. See also course of action decision point. (JP 2-01.3)
In land and naval warfare, an engagement in which a unit is consideredfully committed and cannot maneuver
or extricate itself. In the absence of outside assistance,the action must be fought to a conclusion and either
won or lost with the forces at hand.
A geographic place, specific key event, critical factor, or function that, whenacted upon, allows commanders to
gain a marked advantage over an adversary or contributematerially to achieving success. See also center of
gravity. (JP 3-0)
See ground alert.
The continuous speed which a master declares the ship can maintain on aforthcoming voyage under moderate
weather conditions having due regard to the shipspresent condition.
The determination that, in the interests of national security, classifiedinformation no longer requires any
degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure,coupled with removal or cancellation of the classification
designation.
To cancel the security classification of an item of classified matter. Also calledDECL. See also downgrade.
The angular distance to a body on the celestial sphere measured north orsouth through 90 degrees from the
celestial equator along the hour circle of the body.Comparable to latitude on the terrestrial sphere. See also
magnetic declination magneticvariation.
In personnel recovery, the process of normalizing psychological and behavioralreactions that recovered
isolated personnel experienced or are currently experiencing as aresult of their isolation and recovery. (JP 3-
50)
See hyperbaric chamber.
A syndrome, including bends, chokes, neurological disturbances,and collapse, resulting from exposure to
reduced ambient pressure and caused by gas bubblesin the tissues, fluids, and blood vessels.
The process of making any person, object, or area safe by absorbing,destroying, neutralizing, making harmless,
or removing chemical or biological agents, orby removing radioactive material clinging to or around it.
A building or location suitably equipped and organized wherepersonnel and materiel are cleansed of chemical,
biological, or radiological contaminants.
An imitation in any sense of a person, object, or phenomenon which is intended todeceive enemy surveillance
devices or mislead enemy evaluation. Also called dummy.
A ship camouflaged as a noncombatant ship with its armament and otherfighting equipment hidden and with
special provisions for unmasking its weapons quickly.Also called Q-ship.
To convert encrypted text into its equivalent plain text by means of a cryptosystem.(This does not include
solution by cryptanalysis.) (Note: The term "decrypt" covers themeanings of "decipher" and "decode.") See
also cryptosystem.
The characteristic of a self-propelled gun or ground vehicleequipped with built-in waterproofing and/or a
special waterproofing kit, to negotiate awater obstacle with its wheels or tracks in contact with the ground.
An antisubmarine minefield which is safe for surface ships to cross. Seealso minefield.
In defensive counterair operations, a listing of those assets from thecritical asset list prioritized by the joint
force commander to be defended with the resourcesavailable. Also called DAL. (JP 3-01)
For any particular command, the area extending from the forward edge ofthe battle area to its rear boundary.
It is here that the decisive defensive battle is fought.
A revolving industrial fund concept for a large numberof Defense support functions, including transportation.
Utilizes business-like cost accountingto determine total cost of a business activity. Defense Business
OperationsFund-Transportation is comprised of those Defense Business Operations Fund accountsassigned by
the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Commander in Chief, United StatesTransportation Command control.
Also called DBOF. (JP 4-01.7)
See security classification.
Department of Defense long-haul voice, data, and recordtraffic system which includes the Defense Data
Network, Defense Satellite CommunicationsSystem, and Defense Switched Network. Also called DCS. See also
Defense SwitchedNetwork. (JP 3-07.4)
A staff and military liaison officers who assist the defensecoordinating officer in facilitating coordination and
support to activated emergency supportfunctions. Also called DCE. (JP 3-28)
Department of Defense single point of contact for domesticemergencies. Assigned to a joint field office to
process requirements for military support,forward mission assignments through proper channels to the
appropriate militaryorganizations, and assign military liaisons, as appropriate, to activated emergency
supportfunctions. Also called DCO. (JP 3-28)
Department of Defense and non-Department of Defensenetworked assets and essential to project, support,
and sustain military forces and operationsworldwide. Also called DCI. (JP 3-27)
An emergency condition that exists when: a. a major attack is madeupon US forces overseas or on allied forces
in any theater and is confirmed by either thecommander of a command established by the Secretary of
Defense or higher authority or b. an overt attack of any type is made upon the United States and is confirmed
either by thecommander of a command established by the Secretary of Defense or higher authority.defense in
depth - The siting of mutually supporting defense positions designed to absorb andprogressively weaken
attack, prevent initial observations of the whole position by the enemy,and to allow the commander to
maneuver the reserve.
The Department of Defense, government, and private sectorworldwide industrial complex with capabilities to
perform research and development, design,produce, and maintain military weapon systems, subsystems,
components, or parts to meetmilitary requirements. (JP 3-27)
The shared or interconnected system of computers,communications, data applications, security, people,
training, and other support structuresserving Department of Defense (DOD) local, national, and worldwide
information needs.The defense information infrastructure connects DOD mission support, command
andcontrol, and intelligence computers through voice, telecommunications, imagery, video,and multimedia
services. It provides information processing and services to subscribersover the Defense Information Systems
Network and includes command and control, tactical,intelligence, and commercial communications systems
used to transmit DOD information.Also called DII. See also global information infrastructure information
infrastructurenational information infrastructure. (JP 3-13)
Integrated network, centrally managed andconfigured to provide long-haul information transfer services for all
Department of Defenseactivities. It is an information transfer utility designed to provide dedicated point-to-
point,switched voice and data, imagery, and video teleconferencing services. Also called DISN.(JP 2-01)
Consists of all hardware, software, procedures, standards, facilities,and personnel used to exchange messages
electronically.
Military weather satellite controlled by NationalOceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Also called DMSP.
This document, issued by the Secretary of Defense, providesfirm guidance in the form of goals, priorities, and
objectives, including fiscal constraints,for the development of the Program Objective Memorandums by the
Military Departmentsand Defense agencies. Also called DPG.
A uniform system of progressive alert postures for use betweenthe Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and
the commanders of unified and specifiedcommands and for use by the Services. Defense readiness conditions
are graduated tomatch situations of varying military severity (status of alert). Defense readiness conditions are
identified by the short title DEFCON (5), (4), (3), (2), and (1), as appropriate. Alsocalled DEFCON.

Geosynchronous military communicationssatellites that provide high data rate communications for military
forces, diplomatic corps,and the White House. The Defense Satellite Communications System provides long-
haulsuper-high frequency 7/8 gigahertz voice and high data rate communications for fixed andtransportable
terminals, and extends mobile service to a limited number of ships and aircraft.Also called DSCS.

Civil support provided under the auspices of the NationalResponse Plan. Also called DSCA. (JP 3-28)
Satellites that provide early warning of missile launches thefirst line of defense against missile attack against
North America. Also called DSP.
Those activities and measures taken by the Departmentof Defense components to support and facilitate public
diplomacy efforts of the UnitedStates Government. Also called DSPD. (JP 3-13)
Component of the Defense Communications System that handlesDepartment of Defense voice, data, and video
communications. Also called DSN. Seealso Defense Communications System. (JP 3-07.4)
That portion of the Nations transportation infrastructurethat supports Department of Defense common-user
transportation needs across the rangeof military operations. It consists of those common-user military and
commercial assets,services, and systems organic to, contracted for, or controlled by the Department of
Defense.Also called DTS. See also common-user transportation transportation system.
A part of a coastal area and of the air, land, and water areaadjacent to the coastline within which defense
operations may involve land, sea, and airforces.
All defensive measures designed to detect, identify, intercept, anddestroy or negate enemy forces attempting
to penetrate or attack through friendly airspace.Also called DCA. See also counterair offensive counterair. (JP 3-
01)
1. In naval mine warfare, a minefield laid in international waters orinternational straits with the declared
intention of controlling shipping in defense of seacommunications. 2. (DOD only) In land mine warfare, a
minefield laid in accordancewith an established plan to prevent a penetration between positions and to
strengthen thedefense of the positions themselves. See also minefield.
A sea area, usually including the approaches to and the waters of importantports, harbors, bays, or sounds, for
the control and protection of shipping for the safeguardingof defense installations bordering on waters of the
areas and for provision of other securitymeasures required within the specified areas. It does not extend
seaward beyond the territorialwaters. See also maritime control area.
A belt of terrain, generally parallel to the front, that includes two or moreorganized, or partially organized,
battle positions.
1. Protection from hostile observation and fire provided by an obstacle such asa hill, ridge, or bank. 2. A vertical
distance by which a position is concealed from enemyobservation. 3. To shield from enemy fire or observation
by using natural or artificialobstacles.
Care rendered to conclusively manage a patients condition. It includes thefull range of preventive, curative
acute, convalescent, restorative, and rehabilitative medicalcare. This normally leads to rehabilitation, return to
duty, or discharge from the Service.(JP 4-02)
The employment of defoliating agents on vegetated areas in supportof military operations.
A chemical which causes trees, shrubs, and other plants to shed theirleaves prematurely.
The process whereby a ships magnetic field is reduced by the use ofelectromagnetic coils, permanent magnets,
or other means.
As specified by the commander, the risk to which friendly forces may besubjected from the effects of the
detonation of a nuclear weapon used in the attack of aclose-in enemy target acceptable degrees of risk under
differing tactical conditions areemergency, moderate, and negligible. See also emergency risk (nuclear)
negligible risk(nuclear).
A sinker which holds a moored mine on the sea-bed for apredetermined time after laying.
A program under which an individual may enlist in a ReserveComponent of a military service and specify a
future reporting date for entry on active dutythat would coincide with availability of training spaces and with
personal plans such ashigh school graduation. Also called DEP. See also active duty. (JP 4-05)
See delaying operation.
An operation in which a force under pressure trades space for timeby slowing down the enemys momentum
and inflicting maximum damage on the enemywithout, in principle, becoming decisively engaged.
The action by which a commander assigns part of his or her authoritycommensurate with the assigned task to a
subordinate commander. While ultimateresponsibility cannot be relinquished, delegation of authority carries
with it the impositionof a measure of responsibility. The extent of the authority delegated must be clearly
stated.
A type of offensive action characterized by preplanned coordinatedemployment of firepower and maneuver to
close with and destroy or capture the enemy.
The creation of a lane through a minefield or a clear route througha barrier or fortification, which is
systematically planned and carried out.
The crossing of an inland water obstacle that requires extensiveplanning and detailed preparations. See also
hasty crossing.
A defense normally organized when out of contact with the enemy orwhen contact with the enemy is not
imminent and time for organization is available. Itnormally includes an extensive fortified zone incorporating
pillboxes, forts, andcommunications systems. See also hasty defense.
The ship in a replenishment unit that delivers the rig(s).
The inaccuracy associated with a given weapon system resulting in adispersion of shots about the aiming point.
See also circular error probable deviationdispersion dispersion error horizontal error.
1. Periodic estimates of contract production deliveries used as a measureof the effectiveness of production and
supply availability scheduling and as a guide tocorrective actions to resolve procurement or production
bottlenecks. 2. Estimates ofdeliveries under obligation against procurement from appropriated or other funds.
The stipulation that requires that an item of materiel must be deliveredin the total quantity required by the
date required.
A defined area in which the stationing or concentrating of militaryforces, or the retention or establishment of
military installations of any description, isprohibited. (JP 3-07.3)
The process of transitioning a conflict or wartime military establishment anddefense-based civilian economy to
a peacetime configuration while maintaining nationalsecurity and economic vitality. See also mobilization. (JP 4-
05)
A selected land area sown with explosive charges, mines, and other availableobstacles to deny use of the land
to enemy operations, and as a protection to friendly troops.There are two types of demolition belts: a.
primary. A continuous series of obstaclesacross the whole front, selected by the division or higher commander.
The preparation ofsuch a belt is normally a priority engineer task. b. subsidiary. A supplement to theprimary
belt to give depth in front or behind or to protect the flanks.
Space intentionally provided in a structure for the emplacement ofexplosive charges.
The party at the site that is technically responsible for the demolitionand that actually initiates detonation or
fires the demolitions. See also demolition guardstate of readiness.
A local force positioned to ensure that a target is not captured by an enemybefore orders are given for its
demolition and before the demolition has been successfullyfired. The commander of the demolition guard is
responsible for the tactical control of alltroops at the demolition site, including the demolition firing party. The
commander of thedemolition guard is responsible for transmitting the order to fire to the demolition
firingparty.
The demolition tool kit complete with explosives. See also demolitiontool kit.
A target of known military interest identified for possible futuredemolition. See also charged demolition target
preliminary demolition targetprewithdrawal demolition target reserved demolition target uncharged
demolitiontarget.
The tools, materials and accessories of a nonexplosive nature necessaryfor preparing demolition charges. See
also demolition kit.
1. An attack or show of force on a front where a decision is not sought,made with the aim of deceiving the
enemy. See also amphibious demonstration diversiondiversionary attack. 2. (DOD only) In military deception, a
show of force in an areawhere a decision is not sought that is made to deceive an adversary. It is similar to a
feintbut no actual contact with the adversary is intended. (JP 3-13.4)
An action to hinder or deny the enemy the use of territory, personnel, orfacilities. It may include destruction,
removal, contamination, or erection ofobstructions. (JP 3-15)
An area under enemy or unfriendly control in which friendly forces cannotexpect to operate successfully within
existing operational constraints and force capabilities.(JP 3-05)
An atmospheric density expressed in terms of the altitude whichcorresponds with that density in the standard
atmosphere.
A Federal civilian employee of the Department of Defensedirectly hired and paid from appropriated or
nonappropriated funds, under permanent ortemporary appointment. Specifically excluded are contractors and
foreign host nationalsas well as third country civilians. (JP 1-0)
The Office of the Secretary of Defense, the MilitaryDepartments, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the
combatant commands, theOffice of the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, the Department of
Defenseagencies, field activities, and all other organizational entities in the Department of Defense.(JP 1)
The Corps of Engineers, Naval FacilitiesEngineering Command, or other such approved Department of Defense
activity, that isassigned design or execution responsibilities associated with military construction
programs,facilities support, or civil engineering support to the combatant commanders in
contingencyoperations. See also contingency operation. (JP 3-34)
All Department of Defense (DOD)-owned, leased,and controlled 20- or 40-foot intermodal International
Organization for Standardizationcontainers and flatracks, supporting equipment such as generator sets and
chassis, containerhandling equipment, information systems, and other infrastructure that supports
DODtransportation and logistic operations, including commercially provided transportationservices. This also
includes 463L pallets, nets, and tie down equipment as integralcomponents of the DOD Intermodal Container
System. Size and configuration of thecommon-use portion of the DOD container system controlled by US
TransportationCommand (USTRANSCOM), will be determined by USTRANSCOM based on
establishedrequirements and availability of commercially owned containers and equipment.USTRANSCOM will
lease or procure additional containers as required to augment theDOD container system. See also container-
handling equipment containerizationInternational Organization for Standardization. (JP 4-01.7)
The combination of Departmentof Defense personnel, procedures, equipment, computer programs, and
supportingcommunications that support the timely and comprehensive preparation and presentation of
intelligence and information to military commanders and national-level decision makers.Also called DODIIS. (JP
2-0)
The global set ofresources (people, facilities, hardware, software and processes) that provide
informationtechnology and information management services to the military intelligence communitythrough a
tightly-integrated, interconnected and geographically distributed regional servicecenter architecture. (JP 2-0)
The integration, evaluation, analysis, andinterpretation of information from single or multiple sources into
finished intelligence forknown or anticipated military and related national security consumer requirements.
(JP2-0)
The Army Audit Agency NavalAudit Service Air Force Audit Agency and the Office of the Assistant Inspector
Generalfor Auditing, Office of the Inspector General, Department of Defense.
Support provided by theDepartment of Defense to law enforcement agencies to detect, monitor, and counter
theproduction, trafficking, and use of illegal drugs. See also counterdrug operations. (JP 3-07.4)
The executive part of the Department of the Air Force at theseat of government and all field headquarters,
forces, Reserve Components, installations,activities, and functions under the control or supervision of the
Secretary of the Air Force.Also called DAF. See also Military Department.
The executive part of the Department of the Army at the seat ofgovernment and all field headquarters, forces,
Reserve Components, installations, activities,and functions under the control or supervision of the Secretary of
the Army. Also calledDA. See also Military Department.
The executive part of the Department of the Navy at the seat ofgovernment the headquarters, US Marine
Corps the entire operating forces of the UnitedStates Navy and of the US Marine Corps, including the Reserve
Components of suchforces all field activities, headquarters, forces, bases, installations, activities, and
functionsunder the control or supervision of the Secretary of the Navy and the US Coast Guardwhen operating
as a part of the Navy pursuant to law. Also called DON. See also MilitaryDepartment.

Intelligence that any department or agency of the FederalGovernment requires to execute its own mission.
An airfield on which troops and/or materiel are enplaned for flight. Seealso airfield.
The general area encompassing all base camps, bivouacs, and departureairfield facilities. (JP 3-17)
That end of a runway nearest to the direction in which initial departure ismade.
1. A navigational check point used by aircraft as a marker for settingcourse. 2. In amphibious operations, an air
control point at the seaward end of the helicopterapproach lane system from which helicopter waves are
dispatched along the selectedhelicopter approach lane to the initial point.
An employees spouse children who are unmarried andunder age 21 years or who, regardless of age, are
physically or mentally incapable of self-support dependent parents, including step and legally adoptive parents
of the employeesspouse and dependent brothers and sisters, including step and legally adoptive brothersand
sisters of the employees spouse who are unmarried and under 21 years of age or who,regardless of age, are
physically or mentally incapable of self support. (JP 3-68)
A combatant commander asset composed ofpersonnel from the combatant command and components staffs.
The members are a joint,multidisciplined group of planners and operators who operationally report to the
combatantcommanders operations directorate until deployed to a joint task force. Also calledDJTFAC. (JP 3-0)
1. When used in connection with the transfer of weapons betweenthe Department of Energy and the
Department of Defense, this term describes those weaponstransferred to and in the custody of the
Department of Defense. 2. Those nuclear weaponsspecifically authorized by the Joint Chiefs of Staff to be
transferred to the custody of thestorage facilities or carrying or delivery units of the Armed Forces.
1. In naval usage, the change from a cruising approach or contact disposition toa disposition for battle. 2. The
movement of forces within operational areas. 3. Thepositioning of forces into a formation for battle. 4. The
relocation of forces and materiel todesired operational areas. Deployment encompasses all activities from
origin or homestation through destination, specifically including intra-continental United States,
intertheater,and intratheater movement legs, staging, and holding areas. See also deployment
orderdeployment planning prepare to deploy order. (JP 4-0)
The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System databasecontaining the necessary information on forces,
materiel, and filler and replacement personnelmovement requirements to support execution. The database
reflects information containedin the refined time-phased force and deployment data from the contingency
planning processor developed during the various phases of the crisis action planning process, and
themovement schedules or tables developed by the transportation component commands tosupport the
deployment of required forces, personnel, and materiel. See also time-phasedforce and deployment data. (JP 5-
0)
In the assault phase of an amphibious operation, a diagram showingthe formation in which the boat group
proceeds from the rendezvous area to the line ofdeparture and the method of deployment into the landing
formation.
The regular or repeated collection, analysis, archiving,interpretation, and distribution of health-related data
used for monitoring the health of apopulation or of individuals, and for intervening in a timely manner to
prevent, treat, orcontrol the occurrence of disease or injury. It includes occupational and environmentalhealth
surveillance and medical surveillance subcomponents. (JP 4-02) deployment order -A planning directive from
the Secretary of Defense, issued by the Chairmanof the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that authorizes and directs the
transfer of forces betweencombatant commands by reassignment or attachment. A deployment order
normally specifiesthe authority that the gaining combatant commander will exercise over the
transferredforces. Also called DEPORD. See also deployment deployment planning prepare todeploy order. (JP
5-0)
Operational planning directed toward the movement of forces andsustainment resources from their original
locations to a specific operational area forconducting the joint operations contemplated in a given plan.
Encompasses all activitiesfrom origin or home station through destination, specifically including intra-
continentalUnited States, intertheater, and intratheater movement legs, staging areas, and holding areas.See
also deployment deployment order prepare to deploy order. (JP 5-0)
1. supply - An activity for the receipt, classification, storage, accounting, issue,maintenance, procurement,
manufacture, assembly, research, salvage, or disposal of material. 2. personnel - An activity for the reception,
processing, training, assignment, andforwarding of personnel replacements.depot maintenance - That
maintenance performed on materiel requiring major overhaul or acomplete rebuild of parts, assemblies,
subassemblies, and end-items, including themanufacture of parts, modifications, testing, and reclamation as
required. Depot maintenanceserves to support lower categories of maintenance by providing technical
assistance andperforming that maintenance beyond their responsibility. Depot maintenance providesstocks of
serviceable equipment by using more extensive facilities for repair than are availablein lower level
maintenance activities.
In maritime/hydrographic use, the vertical distance from the plane of thehydrographic datum to the bed of the
sea, lake, or river.
A line connecting points of equal depth below the hydrographic datum.Also called bathymetric contour or
depth curve.
See depth contour.
Written indication on maps and charts, used to specify the nature of afeature (natural or artificial) shown by a
general symbol.
The threat against which an asset must be protected and upon which theprotective systems design is based. It
is the baseline type and size of threat that buildingsor other structures are designed to withstand. The design
basis threat includes the tacticsaggressors will use against the asset and the tools, weapons, and explosives
employed inthese tactics. Also called DBT. (JP 3-07.2)
The commander responsible for planning, coordinating, andexecuting military taskings in civil emergencies for
a particular branch or agency of theDepartment of Defense. (JP 3-28)
See appreciations.
The damage or casualties to the enemy or materiel that a commander desiresto achieve from a nuclear
weapon detonation. Damage effects on materiel are classified aslight, moderate, or severe. Casualty effects on
personnel may be immediate, prompt, ordelayed.
The point on the surface of the Earth at, or vertically below orabove, the center of a planned nuclear
detonation. Also called DGZ. See also actualground zero ground zero.
A precise point, associated with a target, and assigned asthe center for impact of multiple weapons or area
munitions to create a desired effect.May be defined descriptively, by grid reference, or by geolocation. Also
called DMPI.See also aimpoint desired point of impact. (JP 3-60)
In military deception, what the deception target must believe for it tomake the decision that will achieve the
deception objective. (JP 3-13.4)
A precise point, associated with a target, and assigned as theimpact point for a single unitary weapon to create
a desired effect. May be defineddescriptively, by grid preferences, or geolocation. Also called DPI. See also
aimpointdesired mean point of impact. (JP 3-60)
A condition of a target so damaged that it can neither function as intended nor berestored to a usable
condition. In the case of a building, all vertical supports and spanningmembers are damaged to such an extent
that nothing is salvageable. In the case of bridges,all spans must have dropped and all piers must require
replacement.
A type of adjustment for destroying a given target.
Fire delivered for the sole purpose of destroying material objects. See alsofire.
In artillery, fire delivered for the purpose of destroying a pointtarget. See also fire.
In mine warfare, the maximum distance from an exploding charge ofstated size and type at which a mine will
be destroyed by sympathetic detonation of themain charge, with a stated probability of destruction, regardless
of orientation.
1. A part of a unit separated from its main organization for duty elsewhere. 2. A temporary military or naval
unit formed from other units or parts of units. Also calledDET.
A comprehensive, analytical, intelligence report writtenas a result of the interpretation of photography usually
covering a single subject, a target,target complex, and of a detailed nature.
See missing.
A term used to refer to any person captured or otherwise detained by an armedforce.
A facility or other location where detainees are assembled forsubsequent movement to a detainee processing
station.
A facility or other location where detainees are administrativelyprocessed and provided custodial care pending
disposition and subsequent release, transfer,or movement to a prisoner-of-war or civilian internee camp.
The part of a mine firing circuit which responds to the influence of atarget.
1. In tactical operations, the perception of an object of possible military interestbut unconfirmed by
recognition. 2. In surveillance, the determination and transmission bya surveillance system that an event has
occurred. 3. In arms control, the first step in theprocess of ascertaining the occurrence of a violation of an arms
control agreement. 4. Innuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) environments, the act of locating NBC hazards
byuse of NBC detectors or monitoring and/or survey teams. See also hazard monitoringnuclear, biological, and
chemical environment. (JP 3-11)
A limit placed on a particular product characteristic to define theminimum acceptable quality requirement for
the product to retain its NATO code number.
The prevention from action by fear of the consequences. Deterrence is a state ofmind brought about by the
existence of a credible threat of unacceptable counteraction.
A course of action, developed on the best economic, diplomatic, political,and military judgment, designed to
dissuade an adversary from a current course of action orcontemplated operations. (In constructing an
operation plan, a range of options should bepresented to effect deterrence. Each option requiring deployment
of forces should be aseparate force module.)
A waterproof, flexible fabric tube containing a high explosive designedto transmit the detonation wave.
A device containing a sensitive explosive intended to produce a detonationwave.
US Agency for International Development function charteredunder chapter one of the Foreign Assistance Act
of 1961, primarily designed to promoteeconomic growth and the equitable distribution of its benefits. (JP 3-08)

1. The distance by which a point of impact or burst misses the target. See alsocircular error probable delivery
error dispersion error horizontal error. 2. Theangular difference between magnetic and compass headings.
See relative aperture.
A positive photograph on a transparent medium.
A casualty category applicable to a hostile casualty, otherthan the victim of a terrorist activity, who dies of
wounds or other injuries received in actionafter having reached a medical treatment facility. Also called
DWRIA. See also casualtycategory.
In bombing, a hypothetical wind equal to the difference invelocity between the ballistic wind and the actual
wind at a release altitude.
The total force which is exerted on the sides of a structure by theadvancing shock front of a nuclear explosion.
In naval mine warfare, the amount by which a moored mine is carried beneath its setdepth by a current or tidal
stream acting on the mine casing and mooring.
In naval mine warfare, a mechanism which responds to a change in themagnitude of the vertical component of
the total magnetic field.
Any Foreign Service establishment maintained by theUS Department of State abroad. It may be designated a
"mission" or "consular office," orgiven a special designation for particular purposes, such as "United States
Liaison Office."A "mission" is designated as an embassy and is maintained in order to conduct
normalcontinuing diplomatic relations between the US Government and other governments. A"consular office"
is any consulate general or consulate that may participate in most foreignaffairs activities, and varies in size
and scope.
Authority for overflight or landing obtained atgovernment-to-government level through diplomatic channels.
Short-duration strikes and other small-scale offensive actions conducted asa special operation in hostile,
denied, or politically sensitive environments and whichemploy specialized military capabilities to seize, destroy,
capture, exploit, recover, ordamage designated targets. Direct action differs from conventional offensive
actionsin the level of physical and political risk, operational techniques, and the degree ofdiscriminate and
precise use of force to achieve specific objectives. Also called DA.See also special operations special operations
forces. (JP 3-05)
See impact action fuze proximity fuze self-destroying fuse timefuze.
The principal air control agency of the US Marine air commandand control system responsible for the direction
and control of air operations directlysupporting the ground combat element. It processes and coordinates
requests for immediateair support and coordinates air missions requiring integration with ground forces and
othersupporting arms. It normally collocates with the senior fire support coordination centerwithin the ground
combat element and is subordinate to the tactical air command center.Also called DASC. See also Marine air
command and control system tactical airoperations center. (JP 3-09.3)

An airborne aircraft equipped with the necessary staffpersonnel, communications, and operations facilities to
function as a direct air supportcenter. Also called DASC(A). See also direct air support center.
A supply method of issuing serviceable materiel in exchange for unserviceablemateriel on an item-for-item
basis. Also called DX.
Fire delivered on a target using the target itself as a point of aim for either theweapon or the director. (JP 3-
09.3)
Illumination provided by direct light from pyrotechnics or searchlights.
Laying in which the sights of weapons are aligned directly on the target. Normallyused in conjunction with
mortars and sometimes artillery. See also lay.
That authority granted by a commander (any level) to a subordinateto directly consult or coordinate an action
with a command or agency within or outside ofthe granting command. Direct liaison authorized is more
applicable to planning thanoperations and always carries with it the requirement of keeping the commander
grantingdirect liaison authorized informed. Direct liaison authorized is a coordination relationship,not an
authority through which command may be exercised. Also called DIRLAUTH.(JP 1)
A mission requiring a force to support another specific force and authorizingit to answer directly to the
supported forces request for assistance. Also called DS. Seealso close support general support mission mutual
support support. (JP 3-09.1)
Artillery whose primary task is to provide fire requested by thesupported unit.
Fire delivered in support of part of a force, as opposed to generalsupporting fire which is delivered in support
of the force as a whole. See also supportingfire.
A materiel acquisition and distribution method that requires vendordelivery directly to the customer. Also
called DVD. See also distribution. (JP 4-09)
An umbrella term covering technologies that relate to the production of abeam of concentrated
electromagnetic energy or atomic or subatomic particles. Also calledDE. See also directed-energy device
directed-energy weapon.
A system using directed energy primarily for a purpose other than asa weapon. Directed-energy devices may
produce effects that could allow the device to beused as a weapon against certain threats for example, laser
rangefinders and designatorsused against sensors that are sensitive to light. See also directed energy directed-
energyweapon.
That division of directed-energy warfare involvingactions taken to protect friendly equipment, facilities, and
personnel to ensure friendlyeffective uses of the electromagnetic spectrum that are threatened by hostile
directed-energyweapons and devices.
Military action involving the use of directed-energy weapons,devices, and countermeasures to either cause
direct damage or destruction of enemyequipment, facilities, and personnel, or to determine, exploit, reduce,
or prevent hostile useof the electromagnetic spectrum through damage, destruction, and disruption. It also
includesactions taken to protect friendly equipment, facilities, and personnel and retain friendly useof the
electromagnetic spectrum. Also called DEW. See also directed energydirected-energy device directed-energy
weapon electromagnetic spectrum electronicwarfare.
A system using directed energy primarily as a direct means todamage or destroy enemy equipment, facilities,
and personnel. See also directed energydirected-energy device.
See exercise directing staff.
In artillery and naval gunfire support, a term used by a spotter and/or observer in acall for fire to indicate the
bearing of the spotting line. See also bearing call for firenaval gunfire support spotter spotting line. (JP 2-0)
A procedure for obtaining bearings of radio frequency emitters by using ahighly directional antenna and a
display unit on an intercept receiver or ancillary equipment.
A specific direction or route that the main attack or center of mass of theunit will follow. The unit is restricted,
required to attack as indicated, and is not normallyallowed to bypass the enemy. The direction of attack is used
primarily in counterattacks orto ensure that supporting attacks make maximal contribution to the main attack.
An azimuth gyro with a direct display and means for setting thedatum to a specified compass heading.
1. A military communication in which policy is established or a specific actionis ordered. 2. A plan issued with a
view to putting it into effect when so directed, or in the event that a stated contingency arises. 3. Broadly
speaking, any communication whichinitiates or governs action, conduct, or procedure.
Combatant commander authority to issue directives tosubordinate commanders, including peacetime
measures, necessary to ensure the effectiveexecution of approved operation plans. Essential measures include
the optimized use orreallocation of available resources and prevention or elimination of redundant
facilitiesand/or overlapping functions among the Service component commands. Also called DAFL.See also
combatant command (command authority) logistics. (JP 1)
Normally a senior officer who is familiar with the area ofresponsibility or joint operations area and possesses
an extensive background in air mobilityoperations. When established, the director of mobility forces serves as
the designatedagent for all air mobility issues in the area of responsibility or joint operations area, and forother
duties as directed. The director of mobility forces exercises coordinating authoritybetween the air operations
center (or appropriate theater command and control node), thetanker airlift control center, the air mobility
operations control center (when establishedand when supporting subordinate command objectives), and the
joint movement center, inorder to expedite the resolution of air mobility issues. The director of mobility forces
maybe sourced from the theaters organizations or US Transportation Command. Additionally,the director of
mobility forces, when designated, will ensure the effective integration ofintertheater and intratheater air
mobility operations, and facilitate the conduct of intratheaterair mobility operations. Also called DIRMOBFOR.
See also Air Force air and spaceoperations center coordinating authority joint movement center Tanker
AirliftControl Center. (JP 3-30)
The firing of ordnance by ships or aircraft at the steering or propulsion systemof a vessel. The intent is to
disable with minimum injury to personnel or damage to vessel.
A person who is alienated or estranged from those in authority or lacksloyalty to the government a state of
mind.
The reduction of a military establishment to some level set by internationalagreement. See also arms control
agreement arms control measure.
A mine for which the arming procedure has been reversed, rendering themine inoperative. It is safe to handle
and transport and can be rearmed by simple action.
United States Agency for International Developments(USAID) Office of United States Foreign Disaster
Assistance provides this rapidly deployableteam in response to international disasters. A disaster assistance
response team providesspecialists, trained in a variety of disaster relief skills, to assist US embassies and
USAIDmissions with the management of US Government response to disasters. Also called DART.See also
foreign disaster foreign disaster relief. (JP 3-08)
Measures taken before, during, or after hostile action or natural or manmadedisasters to reduce the
probability of damage, minimize its effects, and initiate recovery.See also area damage control damage control.
That part of the operating circuit of a sea mine which distinguishesbetween the response of the detecting
circuit to the passage of a ship and the response toother disturbances (e.g., influence sweep, countermining,
etc.)
All illnesses and injuries not resulting from enemy or terroristaction or caused by conflict. Indigenous disease
pathogens, biological warfare agents, heatand cold, hazardous noise, altitude, environmental, occupational,
and industrial exposures,and other naturally occurring disease agents may cause disease and nonbattle injury.
Diseaseand nonbattle injuries include injuries and illnesses resulting from training or fromoccupational,
environmental, or recreational activities, and may result in short- or long-term, acute, or delayed illness, injury,
disability, or death. Also called DNBI. (JP 4-02)
A person who is not a battle casualty but who is lostto the organization by reason of disease or injury, including
persons dying of disease or injury, by reason of being missing where the absence does not appear to be
voluntary, ordue to enemy action or being interned. Also called DNBI casualty. (JP 4-02)
See debarkation schedule.
In arms control, a general term for proposals that would result in the geographicseparation of opposing
nonindigenous forces without directly affecting indigenous militaryforces. dislocated civilian -A broad term that
includes a displaced person, an evacuee, an expellee, aninternally displaced person, a migrant, a refugee, or a
stateless person. Also called DC.See also displaced person evacuee expellee internally displaced person
migrantrefugee stateless person. (JP 3-57.1)
In road traffic, a roadway over which full control, both as to priorities ofuse and the regulation of movement of
traffic in time and space, is exercised. Movementauthorization is required for its use, even by a single vehicle.
See also route.
In air armament, a container or device which is used to carry and releasesubmunitions. See also cluster bomb
unit.
Relocation of forces for the purpose of increasing survivability. See also dispersion.
An airfield, military or civil, to which aircraft might move before H-houron either a temporary duty or
permanent change of station basis and be able to conductoperations. See also airfield.
A pattern for ship-to-shore movement which providesadditional separation of landing craft both laterally and
in depth. This pattern is used whennuclear weapon threat is a factor.
A site selected to reduce concentration and vulnerability by its separationfrom other military targets or a
recognized threat area.
1. A scattered pattern of hits around the mean point of impact of bombs andprojectiles dropped or fired under
identical conditions. 2. In antiaircraft gunnery, thescattering of shots in range and deflection about the mean
point of explosion. 3. Thespreading or separating of troops, materiel, establishments, or activities which are
usuallyconcentrated in limited areas to reduce vulnerability. 4. In chemical and biological operations,the
dissemination of agents in liquid or aerosol form. 5. In airdrop operations, the scatterof personnel and/or cargo
on the drop zone. 6. In naval control of shipping, the reberthingof a ship in the periphery of the port area or in
the vicinity of the port for its own protectionin order to minimize the risk of damage from attack. See also
circular error probableconvoy dispersal point delivery error deviation dispersion error horizontal error.
The distance from the point of impact or burst of a round to the meanpoint of impact or burst.
The distribution of a series of rounds fired from one weapon or agroup of weapons under conditions as nearly
identical as possible the points of burst orimpact being dispersed about a point called the mean point of
impact.
A civilian who is involuntarily outside the national boundaries of his or hercountry. See also evacuee refugee.
In military deception, a static portrayal of an activity, force, or equipment intended todeceive the adversarys
visual observation. (JP 3-13.4)
1. Distribution of the elements of a command within an area usually theexact location of each unit
headquarters and the deployment of the forces subordinate to it. 2. A prescribed arrangement of the stations
to be occupied by the several formations andsingle ships of a fleet, or major subdivisions of a fleet, for any
purpose, such as cruising,approach, maintaining contact, or battle. 3. A prescribed arrangement of all the
tacticalunits composing a flight or group of aircraft. See also deployment dispersion. 4. (DODonly) The removal
of a patient from a medical treatment facility by reason of return to duty,transfer to another treatment facility,
death, or other termination of medical case.disruptive pattern - In surveillance, an arrangement of suitably
colored irregular shapeswhich, when applied to the surface of an object, is intended to enhance its camouflage.
In intelligence usage, the delivery of intelligence to users ina suitable form and the application of the
intelligence to appropriate missions, tasks, andfunctions. See also intelligence process. (JP 2-01)
1. The space between adjacent individual ships or boats measured in any directionbetween foremasts. 2. The
space between adjacent men, animals, vehicles, or units in aformation measured from front to rear. 3. The
space between known reference points or aground observer and a target, measured in meters (artillery), in
yards (naval gunfire), or inunits specified by the observer. See also interval.
In amphibious operations, that sea area located to seaward of thelanding area. This area is divided into a
number of operating areas to which assault shipsmay retire and operate in the event of adverse weather or to
prevent concentration of shipsin the landing area. See also amphibious operation landing area retirement. (JP 3-
02)
In amphibious operations, the area located in the vicinity of the landingarea but at considerable distance
seaward of it. These areas are assigned to distant supportforces, such as striking forces, surface action groups,
surface action units, and their logisticgroups. See also amphibious operation landing area. (JP 3-02)
An individual who requires search and rescue assistance to remove he orshe from life-threatening or isolating
circumstances in a permissive environment. (JP 3-50)
Fire so dispersed as to engage most effectively an area target. See alsofire.
1. The arrangement of troops for any purpose, such as a battle, march, ormaneuver. 2. A planned pattern of
projectiles about a point. 3. A planned spread of fire tocover a desired frontage or depth. 4. An official delivery
of anything, such as orders orsupplies. 5. The operational process of synchronizing all elements of the logistic
system todeliver the "right things" to the "right place" at the "right time" to support the geographiccombatant
commander. 6. The process of assigning military personnel to activities, units,or billets. (JP 4-0)
The executive agent for managing distribution with the combatantcommanders area of responsibility. See also
area of responsibility distribution. (JP 4-01.4)
Continuum or channel through which the Department of Defenseconducts distribution operations. The
distribution pipeline represents the end-to-end flowof resources from supplier to consumer and, in some
cases, back to the supplier in retrogradeactivities. See also distribution pipeline. (JP 4-01.4)
A reporting system comprising reports, updates, and information systemsfeeds that articulate the
requirements of the theater distribution system to the strategic andoperational resources assigned
responsibility for support to the theater. It portrays theinterface of the physical, financial, information and
communications networks for gainingvisibility of the theater distribution system and communicates control
activities necessaryfor optimizing capacity of the system. It depicts, and is continually updated to
reflectchanges in, infrastructure, support relationships, and customer locations to all elements ofthe
distribution system (strategic operational, and tactical). See also distributiondistribution system theater
distribution theater distribution system. (JP 4-01.4)
A point at which supplies and/or ammunition, obtained from supportingsupply points by a division or other
unit, are broken down for distribution to subordinateunits. Distribution points usually carry no stocks items
drawn are issued completely assoon as possible.
That complex of facilities, installations, methods, and procedures designedto receive, store, maintain,
distribute, and control the flow of military materiel between thepoint of receipt into the military system and
the point of issue to using activities and units.
Controlled landing of a distressed aircraft on water.
1. The act of drawing the attention and forces of an enemy from the point of theprincipal operation an attack,
alarm, or feint that diverts attention. 2. A change made in aprescribed route for operational or tactical reasons.
A diversion order will not constitute achange of destination. 3. A rerouting of cargo or passengers to a new
transshipment pointor destination or on a different mode of transportation prior to arrival at ultimate
destination. 4. In naval mine warfare, a route or channel bypassing a dangerous area. A diversion mayconnect
one channel to another or it may branch from a channel and rejoin it on the otherside of the danger. See also
demonstration.diversion airfield - An airfield with at least minimum essential facilities, which may beused as an
emergency airfield or when the main or redeployment airfield is not usable or asrequired to facilitate tactical
operations. Also called divert field. See also airfielddeparture airfield main airfield redeployment airfield.
An attack wherein a force attacks, or threatens to attack, a targetother than the main target for the purpose of
drawing enemy defenses away from the maineffort. See also demonstration.
An operation in which troops are actually landed for the purpose ofdiverting enemy reaction away from the
main landing.
See diversion airfield.
See hyperbaric chamber.
1. A tactical unit/formation as follows: a. A major administrative and tacticalunit/formation which combines in
itself the necessary arms and services required for sustainedcombat, larger than a regiment/brigade and
smaller than a corps. b. A number of navalvessels of similar type grouped together for operational and
administrative command, or atactical unit of a naval aircraft squadron, consisting of two or more sections. c.
An airdivision is an air combat organization normally consisting of two or more wings withappropriate service
units. The combat wings of an air division will normally contain similartype units. 2. An organizational part of a
headquarters that handles military matters of aparticular nature, such as personnel, intelligence, plans, and
training, or supply andevacuation. 3. (DOD only) A number of personnel of a ships complement
groupedtogether for tactical and administrative control.
Artillery that is permanently an integral part of a division. For tacticalpurposes, all artillery placed under the
command of a division commander is considereddivision artillery.
A model based on known or postulated adversary doctrine. Doctrinaltemplates illustrate the disposition and
activity of adversary forces and assets conducting aparticular operation unconstrained by the effects of the
battlespace. They represent the application of adversary doctrine under ideal conditions. Ideally, doctrinal
templates depictthe threats normal organization for combat, frontages, depths, boundaries and other
controlmeasures, assets available from other commands, objective depths, engagement areas, battlepositions,
and so forth. Doctrinal templates are usually scaled to allow ready use withgeospatial products. See also
doctrine. (JP 2-01.3)
Fundamental principles by which the military forces or elements thereof guide theiractions in support of
national objectives. It is authoritative but requires judgment inapplication. See also multinational doctrine joint
doctrine multi-Service doctrine.
Airborne data link equipment.
See spray dome.
Air traffic within the continental United States.
Emergencies affecting the public welfare and occurring within the50 states, District of Columbia,
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, US possessions andterritories, or any political subdivision thereof, as a result of
enemy attack, insurrection,civil disturbance, earthquake, fire, flood, or other public disasters or equivalent
emergenciesthat endanger life and property or disrupt the usual process of government. Domesticemergencies
include civil defense emergencies, civil disturbances, major disasters, andnatural disasters. See also civil
defense emergency civil disturbance major disasternatural disaster. (JP 3-27)
Intelligence relating to activities or conditions within the United Statesthat threaten internal security and that
might require the employment of troops andintelligence relating to activities of individuals or agencies
potentially or actually dangerousto the security of the Department of Defense.
The Service or multinational partner who is the principal consumer of aparticular common-user logistic supply
or service within a joint or multinational operation.The dominant user will normally act as the lead Service to
provide this particular common-user logistic supply or service to other Service components, multinational
partners, othergovernmental agencies, or nongovernmental agencies as directed by the
combatantcommander. See also common-user logistics lead Service or agency for common-userlogistics. (JP 4-
07)
The concept that the Service that is the principal consumer will havethe responsibility for performance of a
support workload for all using Services.
The phenomenon evidenced by the change in the observed frequency ofa sound or radio wave caused by a
time rate of change in the effective length of the path oftravel between the source and the point of
observation.
A radar system that differentiates between fixed and moving targets by detectingthe apparent change in
frequency of the reflected wave due to motion of target or theobserver.
In mine warfare, the state of a mine during which a time delay feature in a mineprevents it from being
actuated.
A line on a map, diagram, or overlay joining all points at whichthe radiation dose rate at a given time is the
same.
The measurement of radiation doses. It applies to both the devices used(dosimeters) and to the techniques.
Agent in contact with two opposing intelligence services, only one of which isaware of the double contact or
quasi-intelligence services.
A route of at least two lanes allowing two columns of vehicles toproceed simultaneously, either in the same
direction or in opposite directions. See also single flow route.
A device for locking retractable landing gear in the down or extended position.
To determine that classified information requires, in the interests of nationalsecurity, a lower degree of
protection against unauthorized disclosure than currently provided,coupled with a changing of the
classification designation to reflect such a lower degree.
An operation that removes airborne weapons or stores from an aircraft. (JP 3-04.1)
1. The conscription of qualified citizens in military service. 2. The depth of water thata vessel requires to float
freely the depth of a vessel from the water line to the keel. Seealso active duty Military Service watercraft. (JP
4-01.6)
A plan for which a draft plan has been coordinated and agreed with the othermilitary headquarters and is
ready for coordination with the nations involved, that is thosenations who would be required to take national
actions to support the plan. It may be usedfor future planning and exercises and may form the basis for an
operation order to beimplemented in time of emergency. See also coordinated draft plan final plan initialdraft
plan operation plan.
Force of aerodynamic resistance caused by the violent currents behind the shock front.
The force on an object or structure due to transient winds accompanying thepassage of a blast wave. The drag
pressure is the product of the dynamic pressure and thedrag coefficient which is dependent upon the shape (or
geometry) of the structure or object.
In ballistics, a shift in projectile direction due to gyroscopic action which resultsfrom gravitational and
atmospherically induced torques on the spinning projectile.
The angle measured in degrees between the heading of an aircraft or ship andthe track made good.
An inert filled mine or mine-like body, used in loading, laying, or dischargepractice and trials. See also mine.
A land, sea, or air vehicle that is remotely or automatically controlled. See alsoremotely piloted vehicle
unmanned aerial vehicle. (JP 4-01.5)
A device to limit downward vertical motion of helicopter rotor blades uponrotor shutdown.
The altitude above mean sea level at which airdrop is executed. See alsoaltitude drop height.
The vertical distance between the drop zone and the aircraft. See alsoaltitude drop altitude.
A message dropped from an aircraft to a ground or surface unit.
A specific area upon which airborne troops, equipment, or supplies areairdropped. Also called DZ.
1. An individual qualified to prepare, perform acceptance inspection, load, lash,and eject material for airdrop.
2. An aircrew member who, during parachute operations,will relay any required information between pilot and
jumpmaster.
A continuum of events focused on interrupting illegal drugs smuggled byair, sea, or land. Normally consists of
several phases - cueing, detection, sorting, monitoring,interception, handover, disruption, endgame, and
apprehension - some which may occursimultaneously. See also counterdrug operations. (JP 3-07.4)
A shelter module that attaches to the hull of a specially configured submarineto provide the submarine with
the capability to launch and recover special operationspersonnel, vehicles, and equipment while submerged.
The dry deck shelter provides aworking environment at one atmosphere for the special operations element
during transitand has structural integrity to the collapse depth of the host submarine. Also called DDS.(JP 3-
05.1)
1. Weapons, weapon systems, or vehicles capable of selectiveequipage with different types or mixes of
armament or firepower. 2. Sometimes restrictedto weapons capable of handling either nuclear or non-nuclear
munitions.
Weapons which possess the capability for effective applicationin two or more basically different military
functions and/or levels of conflict.
One who is simultaneously and independently employed by two or moreintelligence agencies, covering targets
for both.
A nuclear certified delivery unit capable of executing both conventionaland nuclear missions.
Allied and US fighter aircraft tasked and configured to perform eitherconventional or theater nuclear missions.
Also called DCA.
Forces capable of employing dual-capable weapons.
An assembly comprising two independent firing systems, both electricor both non-electric, so that the firing of
either system will detonate all charges.
A weapon designed for delivering effective fire against air or surfacetargets.
Dual-role tankers carry support personnel, supplies, and equipment for thedeploying force while escorting
and/or refueling combat aircraft to the area of responsibility.Dual-role tankers can minimize the total lift
requirement while providing critical cargo andpersonnel at the combat aircrafts time of arrival. See also air
refueling. (JP 3-17)
Explosive munition which has not been armed as intended or which has failed toexplode after being armed.
See also absolute dud dwarf dud flare dud nuclear dud.
The expected percentage of failures in a given number of firings.
Quantities of materiel scheduled to be received from vendors, repair facilities, assemblyoperation, interdepot
transfers, and other sources.
See decoy.
A message sent for some purpose other than its content, which mayconsist of dummy groups or may have a
meaningless text.
In naval mine warfare, a minefield containing no live mines andpresenting only a psychological threat.
Any simulated firing practice, particularly a dive bombing approach madewithout release of a bomb. Also called
dry run.
A temporary storage area, usually in the open, for bombs, ammunition, equipment,or supplies.
A negative reproduced from a negative or diapositive.
See nonexpendable supplies and materiel.
whereabouts unknown - A transitory casualty status, applicable only to militarypersonnel, that is used when
the responsible commander suspects the member may be acasualty whose absence is involuntary, but does
not feel sufficient evidence currently existsto make a definite determination of missing or deceased. Also called
DUSTWUN. Seealso casualty status.
A nuclear weapon that, when launched at or emplaced on a target, fails to providea yield within a reasonable
range of that which could be anticipated with normal operationof the weapon. This constitutes a dud only in a
relative sense.
(1) The time cargo remains in a terminals in-transit storage area while awaitingshipment by clearance
transportation. (2) The length of time a target is expected toremain in one location. See also storage. (JP 3-60)
Targeting that prosecutes targets identified too late, or not selectedfor action in time to be included in
deliberate targeting. (JP 3-60) dynamic threat assessment -An intelligence assessment developed by the
Defense IntelligenceAgency that details the threat, capabilities, and intentions of adversaries in each of
thepriority plans in the Contingency Planning Guidance. Also called DTA. (JP 2-0)
The earliest time expected for a special operations tacticalelement and its supporting platform to depart the
staging or marshalling area together enroute to the operations area. Also called EALT. (JP 3-05.1)
A day, relative to C-day, that is specified by a planner as the earliest datewhen a unit, a resupply shipment, or
replacement personnel can be accepted at a port ofdebarkation during a deployment. Used with the latest
arrival data, it defines a deliverywindow for transportation planning. Also called EAD. See also latest arrival
date.
An antireconnaissance satellite weapon system.
See span of detonation (atomic demolition munition employment).
Early notification of the launch or approach of unknown weapons orweapons carriers. Also called EW. See also
attack assessment tactical warning.
The arrangement whereby nations agree, normally in peacetime,to identify a proportion of selected items of
their war reserve stocks to be called for byspecified NATO commanders.
The process of making a satisfactory electrical connection between the structure,including the metal skin, of an
object or vehicle, and the mass of the Earth, to ensure acommon potential with the Earth. See also bonding.

1. A subdivision of a headquarters, i.e., forward echelon, rear echelon. 2.Separate level of command. As
compared to a regiment, a division is a higher echelon, abattalion is a lower echelon. 3. A fraction of a
command in the direction of depth to whicha principal combat mission is assigned i.e., attack echelon, support
echelon, reserve echelon. 4. A formation in which its subdivisions are placed one behind another, with a lateral
andeven spacing to the same side.echeloned displacement - Movement of a unit from one position to another
withoutdiscontinuing performance of its primary function. (DOD only) Normally, the unit dividesinto two
functional elements (base and advance) and, while the base continues to operate,the advance element
displaces to a new site where, after it becomes operational, it is joinedby the base element.

The planned use of economic measures designed to influence the policiesor actions of another state, e.g., to
impair the war-making potential of a hostile power or togenerate economic stability within a friendly power.
That quantity derived from a mathematical technique used todetermine the optimum (lowest) total variable
costs required to order and hold inventory.
The total capacity of a nation to produce goods and services.
That share of the total economic capacity of a nation that can beused for the purposes of war.
That portion of the quantity of an item excess of the approvedforce retention level that has been determined
will be more economical to retain for futurepeacetime issue in lieu of replacement of future issues by
procurement. To warrant economicretention, items must have a reasonably predictable demand rate.
Aggressive use of economic means to achieve national objectives.
1. The physical or behavioral state of a system that results from an action, a set ofactions, or another effect. 2.
The result, outcome, or consequence of an action. 3. A changeto a condition, behavior, or degree of freedom.
(JP 3-0)
That damage necessary to render a target element inoperative, unserviceable,nonproductive, or uninhabitable.
US-owned foreign flagships that can be tasked by the MaritimeAdministration to support Department of
Defense requirements when necessary. Alsocalled EUSCS.
1. Escape from an aircraft by means of an independently propelled seat orcapsule. 2. In air armament, the
process of forcefully separating an aircraft store from anaircraft to achieve satisfactory separation.
a. command ejection system - A system in which the pilot of anaircraft or the occupant of the other ejection
seat(s) initiates ejection resulting in the automaticejection of all occupants. b. command select ejection system -
A system permitting theoptional transfer from one crew station to another of the control of a command
ejectionsystem for automatic ejection of all occupants. c. independent ejection system - Anejection system
which operates independently of other ejection systems installed in oneaircraft. d. sequenced ejection system -
A system which ejects the aircraft crew insequence to ensure a safe minimum total time of escape without
collision.
An explosive or pyrotechnic component that initiates an explosive,burning, electrical, or mechanical train and is
activated by the application of electricalenergy. Also called EED.
Intelligence other than signals intelligence derived from theoptical monitoring of the electromagnetic spectrum
from ultraviolet (0.01 micrometers)through far infrared (1,000 micrometers). Also called ELECTRO-OPTINT. See
alsointelligence laser intelligence. (JP 2-0)
The technology associated with those components, devices and systemswhich are designed to interact
between the electromagnetic (optical) and the electric(electronic) state.
In naval mine warfare, a magnetic cable sweep in which the water formspart of the electric circuit.
The ability of systems, equipment, and devices that utilizethe electromagnetic spectrum to operate in their
intended operational environments withoutsuffering unacceptable degradation or causing unintentional
degradation because ofelectromagnetic radiation or response. It involves the application of sound
electromagneticspectrum management system, equipment, and device design configuration that
ensuresinterference-free operation and clear concepts and doctrines that maximize operationaleffectiveness.
Also called EMC. See also electromagnetic spectrum electromagneticspectrum management electronic
warfare.
The deliberate radiation, re-radiation, alteration, suppression,absorption, denial, enhancement, or reflection of
electromagnetic energy in a manner intendedto convey misleading information to an enemy or to enemy
electromagnetic-dependentweapons, thereby degrading or neutralizing the enemys combat capability. See
alsoelectronic warfare. (JP 3-13.4)
The resulting product of the power and time distribution, invarious frequency ranges, of the radiated or
conducted electromagnetic emission levelsthat may be encountered by a military force, system, or platform
when performing itsassigned mission in its intended operational environment. It is the sum of
electromagneticinterference electromagnetic pulse hazards of electromagnetic radiation to
personnel,ordnance, and volatile materials and natural phenomena effects of lightning and precipitationstatic.
Also called EME.
The impact of the electromagnetic environmentupon the operational capability of military forces, equipment,
systems, and platforms. Itencompasses all electromagnetic disciplines, including electromagnetic compatibility
andelectromagnetic interference electromagnetic vulnerability electromagnetic pulseelectronic protection,
hazards of electromagnetic radiation to personnel, ordnance, andvolatile materials and natural phenomena
effects of lightning and precipitation static. Alsocalled E3.

Action taken to protect personnel, facilities, and/or equipmentby filtering, attenuating, grounding, bonding,
and/or shielding against undesirable effectsof electromagnetic energy. See also electronic warfare.
Any electromagnetic disturbance that interrupts, obstructs, orotherwise degrades or limits the effective
performance of electronics and electricalequipment. It can be induced intentionally, as in some forms of
electronic warfare, orunintentionally, as a result of spurious emissions and responses, intermodulation
products,and the like. Also called EMI.
The intentional insertion of electromagnetic energy intotransmission paths in any manner, with the objective
of deceiving operators or of causingconfusion. See also electronic warfare.
The deliberate radiation, reradiation, or reflection ofelectromagnetic energy for the purpose of preventing or
reducing an enemys effective useof the electromagnetic spectrum, and with the intent of degrading or
neutralizing the enemyscombat capability. See also electromagnetic spectrum electromagnetic
spectrummanagement electronic warfare.
The electromagnetic radiation from a strong electronic pulse, mostcommonly caused by a nuclear explosion
that may couple with electrical or electronicsystems to produce damaging current and voltage surges. Also
called EMP. See alsoelectromagnetic radiation. (JP 3-13.1)
Radiation made up of oscillating electric and magnetic fields andpropagated with the speed of light. Includes
gamma radiation, X-rays, ultraviolet, visible,and infrared radiation, and radar and radio waves.
Hazards caused by transmitter or antenna installationthat generates electromagnetic radiation in the vicinity of
ordnance, personnel, or fuelingoperations in excess of established safe levels or increases the existing levels to
a hazardouslevel or a personnel, fueling, or ordnance installation located in an area that is illuminatedby
electromagnetic radiation at a level that is hazardous to the planned operations oroccupancy. Also called EMR
hazards or RADHAZ.
The range of frequencies of electromagnetic radiation from zeroto infinity. It is divided into 26 alphabetically
designated bands. See also electronic warfare.
Planning, coordinating, and managing joint useof the electromagnetic spectrum through operational,
engineering, and administrativeprocedures. The objective of spectrum management is to enable electronic
systems toperform their functions in the intended environment without causing or sufferingunacceptable
interference. See also electromagnetic spectrum. (JP 6-0)
The characteristics of a system that cause it to suffer a definitedegradation (incapability to perform the
designated mission) as a result of having beensubjected to a certain level of electromagnetic environmental
effects. Also called EMV.
Division of electronic warfare involving the use of electromagnetic energy,directed energy, or antiradiation
weapons to attack personnel, facilities, or equipment withthe intent of degrading, neutralizing, or destroying
enemy combat capability and is considereda form of fires. Also called EA. See also electronic protection
electronic warfareelectronic warfare support. (JP 3-13.1)
The transmission of imagery or imagery products by anyelectronic means. This includes the following four
categories. a. primary imagerydissemination system - The equipment and procedures used in the electronic
transmissionand receipt of un-exploited original or near-original quality imagery in near real time. b. primary
imagery dissemination - The electronic transmission and receipt of unexploitedoriginal or near-original quality
imagery in near real time through a primary imagerydissemination system. c. secondary imagery dissemination
system - The equipmentand procedures used in the electronic transmission and receipt of exploited non-
originalquality imagery and imagery products in other than real or near real time. d. secondaryimagery
dissemination - The electronic transmission and receipt of exploited non-originalquality imagery and imagery
products in other than real or near real time through a secondaryimagery dissemination system.

Technical and geolocation intelligence derived from foreignnoncommunications electromagnetic radiations
emanating from other than nucleardetonations or radioactive sources. Also called ELINT. See also electronic
warfareforeign instrumentation signals intelligence intelligence signals intelligence. (JP 3-13.1)

The path traversed by electromagnetic waves that is not subject toreflection or refraction by the atmosphere.
The controlled radiation of electromagnetic energy on friendlyfrequencies in a manner to protect the
emissions of friendly communications and electronicsystems against enemy electronic warfare support
measures/signals intelligence withoutsignificantly degrading the operation of friendly systems.
Intentional radiation designed to be introduced into the devices or systemsof potential enemies for the
purpose of learning the functions and operational capabilitiesof the devices or systems.
Division of electronic warfare involving actions taken to protectpersonnel, facilities, and equipment from any
effects of friendly or enemy use of theelectromagnetic spectrum that degrade, neutralize, or destroy friendly
combat capability.Also called EP. See also electronic attack, electronic warfare electronic warfaresupport. (JP 3-
13.1)
The detection, location, identification, and evaluation of foreignelectromagnetic radiations. See also
electromagnetic radiation reconnaissance. (JP 3-13.1)
Military action involving the use of electromagnetic and directed energyto control the electromagnetic
spectrum or to attack the enemy. Electronic warfare consistsof three divisions: electronic attack, electronic
protection, and electronic warfare support.Also called EW. See also directed energy electromagnetic spectrum
electronic attackelectronic protection electronic warfare support. (JP 3-13.1)
Actions taken to integrate those frequenciesused by electronic warfare systems into the overall frequency
deconfliction process. Seealso electronic warfare. (JP 3-13.1)
The deliberate alteration or modification of electronicwarfare or target sensing systems, or the tactics and
procedures that employ them, in responseto validated changes in equipment, tactics, or the electromagnetic
environment. Thesechanges may be the result of deliberate actions on the part of friendly, adversary or
thirdparties or may be brought about by electromagnetic interference or other inadvertentphenomena. The
purpose of electronic warfare reprogramming is to maintain or enhancethe effectiveness of electronic warfare
and target sensing system equipment. Electronicwarfare reprogramming includes changes to self defense
systems, offensive weaponssystems, and intelligence collection systems. See also electronic warfare. (JP 3-
13.1)
Division of electronic warfare involving actions tasked by, orunder direct control of, an operational commander
to search for, intercept, identify, andlocate or localize sources of intentional and unintentional radiated
electromagnetic energyfor the purpose of immediate threat recognition, targeting, planning and conduct of
futureoperations. Also called ES. See also electronic attack electronic protection electronicwarfare. (JP 3-13.1)
electro-optical-infrared countermeasure -Any device or technique employing electro-opticalinfraredmaterials
or technology that is intended to impair the effectiveness of enemy activity,particularly with respect to
precision guided weapons and sensor systems. Electro-opticalinfraredis the part of the electromagnetic
spectrum between the high end of the far infraredand the low end of ultraviolet. Electro-optical-infrared
countermeasure may use laser andbroadband jammers, smokes/aerosols, signature suppressants, decoys,
pyrotechnics/pyrophorics, high-energy lasers, or directed infrared energy countermeasures. Also calledEO-IR
CM. (JP 3-13.1)
The protection resulting from all measures designed to deny unauthorizedpersons information of value that
might be derived from their interception and study ofnoncommunications electromagnetic radiations, e.g.,
radar.
An organization formed around a specific function within a designated directorateof a joint force commanders
headquarters. The subordinate components of an elementusually are functional cells. (JP 3-33)
Three lines of data which define the location of a satellite in space. Also calledELSET.
An elevated causeway pier that provides a means of deliveringcontainers, certain vehicles, and bulk cargo
ashore without the lighterage contending withthe surf zone. See also causeway. (JP 4-01.6)
The vertical distance of a point or level on or affixed to the surface of the Earthmeasured from mean sea level.
See also altitude.
See hypsometric tinting.
Acquisition of information from a person or group in a manner thatdoes not disclose the intent of the interview
or conversation. A technique of human sourceintelligence collection, generally overt, unless the collector is
other than he or she purportsto be. (JP 2-0)
Traffic for which movement requirements are submitted and space is assignedor allocated. Such traffic must
meet eligibility requirements specified in Joint TravelRegulations for the Uniformed Services and publications
of the Department of Defenseand Military Departments governing eligibility for land, sea, and air
transportation, and bein accordance with the guidance of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The process of putting personnel and/or vehicles and their associatedstores and equipment into ships and/or
aircraft. See also loading.
A consolidated table showing personnel and cargo, bytroop or naval units, loaded aboard a combat-loaded
ship.
An area ashore, including a group of embarkation points, in whichfinal preparations for embarkation are
completed and through which assigned personneland loads for craft and ships are called forward to embark.
See also mounting area.
A temporary administrative formation of personnelwith supplies and equipment embarking or to be embarked
(combat loaded) aboard theships of one transport element (unit) (group). It is dissolved upon completion of
theembarkation. An embarkation element normally consists of two or more embarkationteams: a unit, of two
or more elements and a group, of two or more units. See alsoembarkation organization embarkation team.
An officer on the staff of units of the landing force who advises thecommander thereof on matters pertaining
to embarkation planning and loading ships. Seealso combat cargo officer.
An order specifying dates, times, routes, loading diagrams, andmethods of movement to shipside or aircraft for
troops and their equipment. See alsomovement table.
A temporary administrative formation of personnel with suppliesand equipment embarking or to be embarked
(combat loaded) aboard amphibious shipping.See also embarkation element (unit) (group) embarkation team.
In amphibious operations, the phase that encompasses the orderlyassembly of personnel and materiel and
their subsequent loading aboard ships and/or aircraftin a sequence designed to meet the requirements of the
landing force concept of operationsashore. (JP 3-02.2)
The plans prepared by the landing force and appropriate subordinatecommanders containing instructions and
information concerning the organization forembarkation, assignment to shipping, supplies and equipment to
be embarked, location andassignment of embarkation areas, control and communication arrangements,
movementschedules and embarkation sequence, and additional pertinent instructions relating to
theembarkation of the landing force. (JP 3-02)
A temporary administrative formation of all personnel with supplies andequipment embarking or to be
embarked (combat loaded) aboard one ship. See alsoembarkation element (unit) (group) embarkation
organization.
An organization established at a foreign service post by thechief of mission or principal officer for the purpose
of directing and coordinating the postsresponse to contingencies. It consists of consular representatives and
members of otherlocal US Government agencies in a foreign country who assist in the implementation of
aDepartment of State emergency action plan. Also called EAC. (JP 3-68)
An anchorage, which may have a limited defense organization,for naval vessels, mobile support units,
auxiliaries, or merchant ships. See also assemblyanchorage holding anchorage working anchorage.
See aircraft arresting barrier.
An interment, usually on the battlefield, when conditions do not permiteither evacuation for interment in an
interment site or interment according to national or international legal regulations. See also mortuary affairs
temporary interment trenchinterment. (JP 4-06)
A generic term for all radio beacons used for emergencylocating purposes. See also crash locator beacon
personal locator beacon.
The physical location at which the coordination of informationand resources to support domestic incident
management activities normally takes place.An emergency operations center may be a temporary facility or
may be located in a morecentral or permanently established facility, perhaps at a higher level of organization
withina jurisdiction. Emergency operations centers may be organized by major functionaldisciplines (e.g., fire,
law enforcement, and medical services), by jurisdiction (e.g., Federal,state, regional, county, city, tribal),
orbysome combination thereof. Also calledEOC. (JP 3-41)
Measures taken in advance of an emergency to reduce the loss oflife and property and to protect a nations
institutions from all types of hazards through acomprehensive emergency management program of
preparedness, mitigation, response,and recovery. Also called EP. (JP 3-28) emergency preparedness liaison
officer -A senior reserve officer who represents their Serviceat the appropriate joint field office conducting
planning and coordination responsibilities insupport of civil authorities. Also called EPLO. (JP 3-28)
A category of immediate mission request that takes precedence over allother priorities, e.g., an enemy
breakthrough. See also immediate mission request priorityof immediate mission requests.
A site located where practicable outside a prime target area towhich all or portions of a civilian or military
headquarters may be moved. As a minimum,it is manned to provide for the maintenance of the facility,
communications, and database.It should be capable of rapid activation, of supporting the initial requirements
of the relocatedheadquarters for a predetermined period, and of expansion to meet wartime requirementsof
the relocated headquarters.
The least amount of immediate repair to damaged facilities necessary forthe facilities to support the mission.
These repairs will be made using expedient materialsand methods (such as AM-2 aluminum matting, cold-mix
asphalt, plywood scabs, temporaryutility lines, and emergency generators). Modular or kit-type facility
substitutes would beappropriate if repairs cannot be made in time to meet mission requirements. See
alsofacility substitutes. (JP 3-34)
A resupply mission that occurs based on a predetermined set ofcircumstances and time interval should radio
contact not be established or, once established,is lost between a special operations tactical element and its
base. See also automaticresupply on-call resupply. (JP 3-05.1)
A degree of risk where anticipated effects may cause sometemporary shock, casualties and may significantly
reduce the units combat efficiency. Seealso degree of risk negligible risk (nuclear).
A product which may be used, in an emergency only, in place ofanother product, but only on the advice of
technically qualified personnel of the nationusing the product, who will specify the limitations.
A grouping of government and certain private-sectorcapabilities into an organizational structure to provide the
support, resources, programimplementation, and services that are most likely to be needed to save lives,
protect propertyand the environment, restore essential services and critical infrastructure, and help victimsand
communities return to normal, when feasible, following domestic incidents. Also calledESFs. (JP 3-28)
A Department of Defense civilian employee whose assignedduties and responsibilities must be accomplished
following the evacuation of non-essentialpersonnel (including dependents) during a declared emergency or
outbreak of war. Theposition occupied cannot be converted to a military billet because it requires
uninterruptedperformance so as to provide immediate and continuing support for combat operations and/or
combat systems support functions. See also evacuation. (JP 1-0)
The selective and controlled use of electromagnetic, acoustic, or otheremitters to optimize command and
control capabilities while minimizing, for operationssecurity: a. detection by enemy sensors b. mutual
interference among friendly systemsand/or c. enemy interference with the ability to execute a military
deception plan. Alsocalled EMCON. See also electronic warfare.
Orders used to authorize, control, or prohibit the use of electronicemission equipment. Also called EMCON
orders. See also control of electromagneticradiation.
The component of communications security that results from all measurestaken to deny unauthorized persons
information of value that might be derived from interceptand analysis of compromising emanations from
crypto-equipment and telecommunicationssystems. See also communications security. (JP 6-0)
1. A prepared position for one or more weapons or pieces of equipment,for protection against hostile fire or
bombardment, and from which they can execute theirtasks. 2. The act of fixing a gun in a prepared position
from which it may be fired.
The strategic, operational, or tactical use of forces. (JP 5-0)
Continuation of the provision of care during movement (evacuation) betweenthe health service support
capabilities in the continuum of care, without clinicallycompromising the patients condition. See also
evacuation patient. (JP 4-02)
Early deploying forces that establish critical capabilities to facilitate deploymentand initial employment
(including sustainment) of a force. See also deploymentemployment force. (JP 4-08)
Countermeasures designed to counter mines once theyhave been laid. This includes both passive and active
mine countermeasures. See alsomine countermeasures. (JP 3-15)
To convert plain text into unintelligible form by means of a cipher system.
The time period when the sun has dropped 6 degrees beneath thewestern horizon it is the instant at which
there is no longer sufficient light to see objectswith the unaided eye. Light intensification devices are
recommended from this time untilbegin morning civil twilight. Also called EECT.
A final combination of end products, component parts, and/or materials that isready for its intended use, e.g.,
ship, tank, mobile machine shop, or aircraft.
Occurs when the sun has dropped 12 degrees below thewestern horizon, and is the instant of last available
daylight for the visual control of limitedground operations. At end of evening nautical twilight there is no
further sunlight available.See also horizon. (JP 2-01.3)
In artillery, mortar, and naval gunfire support, an order given to terminatefiring on a specific target. See also
cease loading call for fire fire mission.
The set of required conditions that defines achievement of the commandersobjectives. (JP 3-0)
The time an aircraft can continue flying, or a ground vehicle or ship cancontinue operating, under specified
conditions, e.g., without refueling. See also endurancedistance.
Total distance that a ground vehicle or ship can be self-propelled atany specified endurance speed.
The stocking aboard ship for a period of time, normally covering thenumber of months between overhauls, of
items with all of the following characteristics: a.low price b. low weight and cube c. a predictable usage rate
and d. nondeteriorative.See also loading.
Those courses of action of which the enemy is physically capable andthat, if adopted, will affect
accomplishment of the friendly mission. The term "capabilities"includes not only the general courses of action
open to the enemy, such as attack, defense,reinforcement, or withdrawal, but also all the particular courses of
action possible undereach general course of action. "Enemy capabilities" are considered in the light of all
knownfactors affecting military operations, including time, space, weather, terrain, and the strengthand
disposition of enemy forces. In strategic thinking, the capabilities of a nation representthe courses of action
within the power of the nation for accomplishing its national objectivesthroughout the range of military
operations. See also capability course of action mission.(JP 2-01.3)
Any person in an armed conflict who could be properly detained underthe laws and customs of war. Also called
EC. (JP 2-01)
1. In air defense, a fire control order used to direct or authorize units and/orweapon systems to fire on a
designated target. See also cease engagement hold fire. 2.(DOD only) To bring the enemy under fire.
1. In air defense, an attack with guns or air-to-air missiles by an interceptoraircraft, or the launch of an air
defense missile by air defense artillery and the missilessubsequent travel to intercept. 2. A tactical conflict,
usually between opposing lowerechelons maneuver forces. See also battle campaign.
An appendix to the logistics annex or separate annex of an operationplan that identifies the minimum essential
engineering services and construction requirementsrequired to support the commitment of military forces.
Also called ESP. See also operationplan. (JP 3-34)
Tactical air party member who assists in mission planningand provides final control of close air support aircraft
in support of ground forces. Alsocalled ETAC. See also close air support mission terminal. (JP 3-09.1)
An offensive maneuver in which the main attacking force passes around orover the enemys principal defensive
positions to secure objectives to the enemys rear.See also turning movement.
A multi-disciplinary site survey conducted prior to or in theinitial stage of a joint operational deployment. The
survey documents existing deploymentarea environmental conditions, determines the potential for present
and past sitecontamination (e.g., hazardous substances, petroleum products, and derivatives), andidentified
potential vulnerabilities (to include occupational and environmental health risks).Surveys accomplished in
conjunction with joint operational deployments that do not involvetraining or exercises (e.g., contingency
operations) should be completed to the extentpracticable consistent with operational requirements. This
survey is performed in conjunctionwith the environmental health site assessment whenever possible. Also
called EBS. Seealso general engineering survey. (JP 3-34)
The process of removing solid, liquid, and hazardous wastes, exceptfor unexploded ordnance, resulting from
the joint operation of US forces to a condition thatapproaches the one existing prior to operation as
determined by the environmental baselinesurvey, if one was conducted. The extent of this process will depend
upon the operationalsituation at the time that cleanup is accomplished.
The spectrum of environmental media, resources, or programsthat may impact on, or are affected by, the
planning and execution of military operations. Factors may include, but are not limited to, environmental
compliance, pollution prevention,conservation, protection of historical and cultural sites, and protection of
flora and fauna.(JP 3-34)
The various combinations of scientific, technical, and advisoryactivities (including modification processes, i.e.,
the influence of manmade and naturalfactors) required to acquire, produce, and supply information on the
past, present, andfuture states of space, atmospheric, oceanographic, and terrestrial surroundings for use
inmilitary planning and decisionmaking processes, or to modify those surroundings to enhancemilitary
operations.
The integration and application of environmental values intothe military mission in order to sustain readiness,
improve quality of life, strengthen civilrelations, and preserve valuable natural resources.
In logistics, all nonexpendable items needed to outfit or equip an individual ororganization. See also assembly
component subassembly supplies.
The status of an item of equipment in the possession of anoperating unit that indicates it is capable of fulfilling
its intended mission and in a systemconfiguration that offers a high assurance of an effective, reliable, and safe
performance.
A deliberate or unpremeditated increase in scope or violence of a conflict.
A planned route to allow personnel engaged in clandestine activity to depart froma site or area when
possibility of compromise or apprehension exists.
Any person who has been physically captured by the enemy and succeeds in gettingfree. See also evasion and
escape.
1. A combatant unit(s) assigned to accompany and protect another force orconvoy. 2. Aircraft assigned to
protect other aircraft during a mission. 3. An armed guardthat accompanies a convoy, a train, prisoners, etc. 4.
An armed guard accompanyingpersons as a mark of honor. 5. (DOD only) To convoy. 6. (DOD only) A member
of theArmed Forces assigned to accompany, assist, or guide an individual or group, e.g., anescort officer.
Combat forces of various types provided to protect other forces against enemyattack.
The act of obtaining, delivering, transmitting, communicating, or receivinginformation about the national
defense with an intent, or reason to believe, that the informationmay be used to the injury of the United
States or to the advantage of any foreign nation.Espionage is a violation of 18 United States Code 792-798 and
Article 106, Uniform Codeof Military Justice. See also counterintelligence. (JP 2-01.2)
Overt, covert, or clandestine activity designed to obtaininformation relating to the national defense with intent
or reason to believe that it will beused to the injury of the United States or to the advantage of a foreign
nation. For espionagecrimes see Chapter 37 of Title 18, United States Code.
Medical treatment provided to manage the casualty throughout the range ofcare. This includes all care and
treatment to either return the patient to duty (within thetheater evacuation policy), or begin initial treatment
required for optimization of outcome,and/or stabilization to ensure the patient can tolerate evacuation. See
also en route carefirst responders forward resuscitative care patient theater. (JP 4-02)
In counterdrug operations, compounds that are required in the syntheticor extraction processes of drug
production, but in most cases do not become part of the drugmolecule. Essential chemicals are used in the
production of cocaine or heroin. (JP 3-07.4)
Transmissions (record or voice) of any precedence thatmust be sent electrically in order for the command or
activity concerned to avoid a seriousimpact on mission accomplishment or safety or life.
Key questions likely to be asked by adversaryofficials and intelligence systems about specific friendly
intentions, capabilities, and activities,so they can obtain answers critical to their operational effectiveness. Also
called EEFI.
The most critical information requirements regarding theadversary and the environment needed by the
commander by a particular time to relatewith other available information and intelligence in order to assist in
reaching a logicaldecision. Also called EEIs. (JP 2-0)
Any industry necessary to the needs of a civilian or war economy. Theterm includes the basic industries as well
as the necessary portions of those other industriesthat transform the crude basic raw materials into useful
intermediate or end products, e.g.,the iron and steel industry, the food industry, and the chemical industry.
The condition achieved from the denial of critical information to adversaries.
In the context of joint operation planning, a specified or implied task that anorganization must perform to
accomplish the mission. An essential task is typically includedin the mission statement. See also implied task
specified task. (JP 5-0)
An installation, together with its personnel and equipment, organized asan operating entity. See also activity
base equipment.
1. An analysis of a foreign situation, development, or trend that identifies its majorelements, interprets the
significance, and appraises the future possibilities and the prospectiveresults of the various actions that might
be taken. 2. An appraisal of the capabilities, vulnerabilities, and potential courses of action of a foreign nation
or combination of nationsin consequence of a specific national plan, policy, decision, or contemplated course
ofaction. 3. An analysis of an actual or contemplated clandestine operation in relation to thesituation in which
it is or would be conducted in order to identify and appraise such factorsas available as well as needed assets
and potential obstacles, accomplishments, andconsequences. See also intelligence estimate.
Intelligence that identifies, describes, and forecasts adversarycapabilities and the implications for planning and
executing military operations. (JP 2-0)
1. Removal of a patient by any of a variety of transport means (air, ground, rail,or sea) from a theater of
military operation, or between health service support capabilities,for the purpose of preventing further illness
or injury, providing additional care, or providingdisposition of patients from the military health care system. 2.
The clearance of personnel,animals, or materiel from a given locality. 3. The controlled process of collecting,
classifying,and shipping unserviceable or abandoned materiel, US or foreign, to appropriate
reclamation,maintenance, technical intelligence, or disposal facilities. 4. The ordered or authorizeddeparture of
noncombatants from a specific area by Department of State, Department ofDefense, or appropriate military
commander. This refers to the movement from one area toanother in the same or different countries. The
evacuation is caused by unusual or emergencycircumstances and applies equally to command or non-
command sponsored family members.See also evacuee noncombatant evacuation operations. (JP 4-02)
In an amphibious operation, a ship designated as a control pointfor landing craft, amphibious vehicles, and
helicopters evacuating casualties from thebeaches. Medical personnel embarked in the evacuation control ship
effect distribution ofcasualties throughout the attack force in accordance with ships casualty capacities
andspecialized medical facilities available, and also perform emergency surgery.
A convoy which is used for evacuation of dangerously exposedwaters. See also evacuation of dangerously
exposed waters.
The movement of merchant ships undernaval control from severely threatened coastlines and dangerously
exposed waters to saferlocalities. See also dangerously exposed waters.
The transfer of mobile/movable equipment from athreatened port to another port or to a working anchorage.
A civilian removed from a place of residence by military direction for reasons ofpersonal security or the
requirements of the military situation. See also displaced personexpellee refugee.
Any person isolated in hostile or unfriendly territory who eludes capture.
In intelligence usage, appraisal of an item of information in terms of credibility,reliability, pertinence, and
accuracy.
In intelligence usage, continuous assessment of intelligenceoperations throughout the intelligence process to
ensure that the commanders intelligencerequirements are being met. See intelligence process. (JP 2-01)
The process whereby isolated personnel avoid capture with the goal of successfullyreturning to areas under
friendly control. (JP 3-50)
In personnel recovery, any piece of information or equipment designed to assistan individual in avoiding
capture. Evasion aids include, but are not limited to, blood chits,pointee-talkees, evasion charts, barter items,
and equipment designed to complement issuedsurvival equipment. See also blood chit evasion evasion chart
pointee-talkee recoveryrecovery operations. (JP 3-50)
The procedures and operations whereby military personnel and otherselected individuals are enabled to
emerge from an enemy-held or hostile area to areasunder friendly control. Also called E&E.
A special map or chart designed as an evasion aid. Also called EVC. See alsoevasion evasion aid. (JP 3-50)
A course of action, developed prior to executing a combat mission,that is intended to improve a potential
isolated persons chances of successful evasion andrecovery by providing the recovery forces with an additional
source of information that canincrease the predictability of the evaders action and movement. Also called EPA.
Seealso course of action evader evasion recovery force. (JP 3-50)
A description of the indicators and activity expected to occur in each namedarea of interest. It normally cross-
references each named area of interest and indicator withthe times they are expected to occur and the courses
of action they will confirm or deny.There is no prescribed format. See also activity area of interest indicator. (JP
2-01.3)
A guide for collection planning. The event template depicts the named areasof interest where activity, or its
lack of activity, will indicate which course of action theadversary has adopted. See also activity area of interest
collection planning course ofaction. (JP 2-01.3)
See hyperstereoscopy.
In railway terminology, transport of a load whose size, weight, orpreparation entails special difficulties vis-a-vis
the facilities or equipment of even one ofthe railway systems to be used. See also ordinary transport.
The quantity of property in possession of any component of the Departmentof Defense that exceeds the
quantity required or authorized for retention by that component.
A zone established by a sanctioning body to prohibit specific activities in aspecific geographic area. The purpose
may be to persuade nations or groups to modifytheir behavior to meet the desires of the sanctioning body or
face continued imposition ofsanctions, or use or threat of force. (JP 3-0)
A maritime zone adjacent to the territorial sea that may not extendbeyond 200 nautical miles from the
baselines from which the breadth of the territorial seais measured. Within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ),
the coastal state has sovereignrights for the purpose of exploring, exploiting, conserving, and managing natural
resources,both living and nonliving, of the seabed, subsoil, and the subjacent waters and, with regardto other
activities, for the economic exploitation and exploration of the zone (e.g., theproduction of energy from the
water, currents, and winds). Within the EEZ, the coastalstate has jurisdiction with regard to establishing and
using artificial islands, installations,and structures having economic purposes as well as for marine scientific
research and theprotection and preservation of the marine environment. Other states may, however,
exercisetraditional high seas freedoms of navigation, overflight, and related freedoms, such asconducting
military exercises in the EEZ. Also called EEZ.
1. An order issued by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at the directionof the Secretary of Defense, to
implement a decision by the President to initiate militaryoperations. 2. An order to initiate military operations
as directed. Also called EXORD.(JP 5-0)
A commander to whom nuclear weapons arereleased for delivery against specific targets or in accordance with
approved plans. Seealso commander(s) releasing commander (nuclear weapons).
The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System translation of anapproved course of action into an
executable plan of action through the preparation of acomplete operation plan or operation order. Execution
planning is detailed planning for thecommitment of specified forces and resources. During crisis action
planning, an approvedoperation plan or other approved course of action is adjusted, refined, and translated
into anoperation order. Execution planning can proceed on the basis of prior contingency planning,or it can
take place in the absence of prior planning. Also called EP. See also JointOperation Planning and Execution
System. (JP 5-0) executive agent -A term used to indicate a delegation of authority by the Secretary of
Defenseto a subordinate to act on behalf of the Secretary of Defense. Designation as executiveagent, in and of
itself, confers no authority. The exact nature and scope of the authoritydelegated must be stated in the
document designating the executive agent. An executiveagent may be limited to providing only administration
and support or coordinating common functions, or it may be delegated authority, direction, and control over
specified resourcesfor specified purposes. Also called EA. (JP 1)
A military maneuver or simulated wartime operation involving planning, preparation,and execution. It is
carried out for the purpose of training and evaluation. It may be amultinational, joint, or single-Service
exercise, depending on participating organizations.See also command post exercise field exercise maneuver.
A group of officers who by virtue of experience, qualifications,and a thorough knowledge of the exercise
instructions, are selected to direct or control anexercise.
In naval mine warfare, a mine containing an inert filling and anindicating device. See also explosive filled mine
fitted mine mine.
An occurrence injected by directing staffs into the exercise which willhave an effect on the forces being
exercised, or their facilities, and which will require actionby the appropriate commander and/or staff being
exercised.
In naval mine warfare, a mine suitable for use in mine warfare exercises,fitted with visible or audible indicating
devices to show where and when it would normallyfire. See also drill mine mine practice mine.

The fundamental requirements for an exercise, providing inadvance an outline of the concept, form, scope,
setting, aim, objectives, force requirements,political implications, analysis arrangements, and costs.
The commander who conceives a particular exercise and orders that itbe planned and executed either by the
commanders staff or by a subordinate headquarters.
An activity which may take the form of a map exercise, a war game, aseries of lectures, a discussion group, or
an operational analysis.
A combination of two words, normally unclassified, used exclusively todesignate a test, drill, or exercise. An
exercise term is employed to preclude the possibilityof confusing exercise directives with actual operations
directives.
The removal of personnel or units from areas under enemy control by stealth,deception, surprise, or
clandestine means. See also special operations unconventionalwarfare.
Consists of items other than those in the fighting load that are required tosustain or protect the combat
soldier. These items may be necessary for increased personaland environmental protection and are not
normally carried by the individual. See alsofighting load.
See nuclear exoatmospheric burst.
A military operation conducted by an armed force to accomplish a specific objectivein a foreign country. (JP 3-
0) expeditionary force -An armed force organized to accomplish a specific objective in a foreigncountry. (JP 3-0)
A civilian outside the boundaries of the country of his or her nationality or ethnicorigin who is being forcibly
repatriated to that country or to a third country for political orother purposes. See also displaced person
evacuee refugee.
Property that may be consumed in use or loses its identity in use andmay be dropped from stock record
accounts when it is issued or used.
Supplies that are consumed in use, such as ammunition,paint, fuel, cleaning and preserving materials, surgical
dressings, drugs, medicines, etc., orthat lose their identity, such as spare parts, etc. Also called consumable
supplies andmateriel.
A device designed to generate an electric current in a firing circuit after deliberateaction by the user in order to
initiate an explosive charge or charges.
1. (DOD only) Taking full advantage of success in military operations,following up initial gains, and making
permanent the temporary effects already achieved. 2. Taking full advantage of any information that has come
to hand for tactical, operational,or strategic purposes. 3. An offensive operation that usually follows a
successful attackand is designed to disorganize the enemy in depth. See also attack pursuit.exploratory hunting
- In naval mine warfare, a parallel operation to search sweeping, inwhich a sample of the route or area is
subjected to minehunting procedures to determine thepresence or absence of mines.
In mine warfare, a mine containing an explosive charge but notnecessarily the firing train needed to detonate
it. See also exercise filled mine fittedmine.
Any hazard containing an explosive component. Explosive hazardsinclude unexploded explosive ordnance
(including land mines), booby traps (somebooby traps are nonexplosive), improvised explosive devices (which
are an improvisedtype of booby trap), captured enemy ammunition, and bulk explosives. Also calledEH. (JP 3-
15)
All munitions containing explosives, nuclear fission or fusionmaterials, and biological and chemical agents. This
includes bombs and warheads guided and ballistic missiles artillery, mortar, rocket, and small arms ammunition
all mines,torpedoes, and depth charges demolition charges pyrotechnics clusters and dispenserscartridge and
propellant actuated devices electro-explosive devices clandestine andimprovised explosive devices and all
similar or related items or components explosive innature.
The detection, identification, on-site evaluation, renderingsafe, recovery, and final disposal of unexploded
explosive ordnance. It may also includeexplosive ordnance which has become hazardous by damage or
deterioration. Also calledEOD.
The suspected or detected presence of unexplodedor damaged explosive ordnance which constitutes a hazard
to operations, installations,personnel, or material. Not included in this definition are the accidental arming or
otherconditions that develop during the manufacture of high explosive material, technical serviceassembly
operations or the laying of mines and demolition charges.
Those particular courses or modes of actiontaken by explosive ordnance disposal personnel for access to,
diagnosis, rendering safe,recovery, and final disposal of explosive ordnance or any hazardous material
associatedwith an explosive ordnance disposal incident. a. access procedures - Those actionstaken to locate
exactly and gain access to unexploded explosive ordnance. b. diagnosticprocedures - Those actions taken to
identify and evaluate unexploded explosive ordnance. c. render safe procedures - The portion of the explosive
ordnance disposal proceduresinvolving the application of special explosive ordnance disposal methods and
tools to providefor the interruption of functions or separation of essential components of unexplodedexplosive
ordnance to prevent an unacceptable detonation. d. recovery procedures -Those actions taken to recover
unexploded explosive ordnance. e. final disposal procedures- The final disposal of explosive ordnance which
may include demolition or burning inplace, removal to a disposal area, or other appropriate means.explosive
ordnance disposal unit - Personnel with special training and equipment who renderexplosive ordnance safe
(such as bombs, mines, projectiles, and booby traps), makeintelligence reports on such ordnance, and
A succession of initiating and igniting elements arranged to cause acharge to function.
The exposure dose at a given point is a measurement of radiation inrelation to its ability to produce ionization.
The unit of measurement of the exposure doseis the roentgen.
See air station.
In search and rescue operations, consists of contactingall possible sources of information on the missing craft,
including physically checkingpossible locations such as harbors, marinas, and airport ramps. An extended
communicationssearch is normally conducted after a preliminary communications search has yielded noresults
and when the mission is upgraded to the alert phase. Also called EXCOM. See alsopreliminary communications
search search and rescue incident classification, Subpart b.extent of a military exercise - The scope of an
exercise in relation to the involvement ofNATO and/or national commands. See also intra-command exercise.
The visible plan area of damage to a target element, usually expressed inunits of 1,000 square feet, in detailed
damage analysis and in approximate percentages inimmediate-type damage assessment reports e.g., 50
percent structural damage.
All people who are not part of the internal audience of US military membersand civilian employees and their
immediate families. Part of the concept of "publics."Includes many varied subsets that may be referred to as
"audiences" or "publics." See alsointernal audience public.
A reinforcing force which is principally stationed in peacetimeoutside its intended Major NATO Command area
of operations.
US national or third party contract personnel hired from outsidethe operational area. See also systems support
contractors theater support contractors.(JP 4-07)
An auxiliary parachute designed to release and extract and deploycargo from aircraft in flight and deploy cargo
parachutes. See also gravity extraction.
A specified drop zone used for the delivery of supplies and/or equipmentby means of an extraction technique
from an aircraft flying very close to the ground. fabricator -An individual or group who, usually without genuine
resources, invents or inflatesinformation for personal or political gain or political purposes. (JP 2-01.2)
See times.
A real property entity consisting of one or more of the following: a building, astructure, a utility system,
pavement, and underlying land. See also air facility.
Items such as tents and prepackaged structures requisitioned through thesupply system that may be used to
substitute for constructed facilities. (JP 3-34)
A channel either from offshore, in a river, or in a harbor that has enough depth toaccommodate the draft of
large vessels. See also draft watercraft. (JP 4-01.6)
The precipitation to Earth of radioactive particulate matter from a nuclear cloud alsoapplied to the particulate
matter itself.
Lines joining points which have the same radiation intensity that definea fallout pattern, represented in terms
of roentgens per hour.
The distribution of fallout as portrayed by fallout contours.
An estimate, made before and immediately after a nuclear detonation, ofthe location and intensity of militarily
significant quantities of radioactive fallout.
The height of burst at or above which no militarily significantfallout will be reproduced as a result of a nuclear
weapon detonation. See also types ofburst.
A wind vector diagram based on the wind structure from thesurface of the Earth to the highest altitude of
interest.
A fixed point to the south and west of a grid zone from which grid distancesare measured eastward and
northward.
Photography taken simultaneously by an assembly of three ormore cameras systematically installed at fixed
angles relative to each other so as to providewide lateral coverage with overlapping images. See also tri-
camera photography.
An assembly of three or more cameras systematically disposed at fixedangles relative to each other so as to
provide wide lateral coverage with overlapping images.See also split cameras.
A type of radio beacon, the emissions of which radiate in a vertical,fan-shaped pattern. The signal can be keyed
for identification purposes. See also radiobeacon.
Operational assistance and specialized tactical training providedto a friendly foreign air force by the Armed
Forces of the United States to include, undercertain specified conditions, the flying of operational missions in
combat by combinedUnited States and foreign aircrews as a part of the training being given when such
missionsare beyond the capability of the foreign air force.
The joint operation plan review criterion for assessing whether the assigned missioncan be accomplished using
available resources within the time contemplated by the plan.See also acceptability adequacy. (JP 5-0)
A basic target analysis that provides an initial determination of theviability of a proposed target for special
operations forces employment. Also called FA.(JP 3-05.1)
An operation plan review criteria to determine whether or not a plan is withinthe capacity of the resources
that can be made available. See also logistic implicationstest.
The federal officer who is appointed to manage Federal resourcesupport activities related to Stafford Act
disasters and emergencies. The federal coordinatingofficer is responsible for coordinating the timely delivery of
federal disaster assistanceresources and programs to the affected state and local governments, individual
victims, andthe private sector. Also called FCO. (JP 3-41)
See transportation operating agencies.
A term applied to National Guard members and units when called to activeduty to serve the Federal
Government under Article I, Section 8 and Article II, Section 2 ofthe Constitution and the US Code, title 10
(Department of Defense), sections 12401 to12408. See also active duty Reserve Components. (JP 4-05)
Those functions of materiel management that can best beaccomplished by federal supply classification, such as
cataloging, characteristic screening,standardization, interchangeability and substitution grouping, multi-item
specificationmanagement, and engineering support of the foregoing.
See transportation operating agencies.
In military deception, an offensive action involving contact with the adversary conductedfor the purpose of
deceiving the adversary as to the location and/or time of the actual mainoffensive action. (JP 3-13.4)
An object, usually made of rope or rubber, hung over the side of a vessel to protect thesides from damage
caused by impact with wharves or other craft. (JP 4-01.6)
An aircraft, ship, or vehicle especially equipped for the detection, location, recording,and analyzing of
electromagnetic radiation.
Administrative and tactical organization composed of a headquarters, certainorganic Army troops, service
support troops, a variable number of corps, and a variablenumber of divisions. See also Army corps.
Equipment, supplies, ammunition, and personnel involved in the use of cannon,rocket, or surface-to-surface
missile launchers. Field artillery cannons are classifiedaccording to caliber as follows.Light - 120mm and
less.Medium - 121-160mm.Heavy - 161-210mm.Very heavy - greater than 210mm.Also called FA. See also
direct support artillery general support artillery.
A person who watches the effects of artillery fire, adjusts the centerof impact of that fire onto a target, and
reports the results to the firing agency. See also naval gunfire spotting team spotter.
An exercise conducted in the field under simulated war conditions inwhich troops and armament of one side
are actually present, while those of the other sidemay be imaginary or in outline. See also command post
exercise.
An emplacement or shelter of a temporary nature which can beconstructed with reasonable facility by units
requiring no more than minor engineersupervisory and equipment participation.
See command post.
The area which a weapon or a group of weapons may cover effectively withfire from a given position.
1. In photography, the angle between two rays passing through the perspectivecenter (rear nodal point) of a
camera lens to the two opposite sides of the format. Not to beconfused with "angle of view." 2. The total solid
angle available to the gunner whenlooking through the gunsight. Also called FOV.
The total solid angle available to the gunner from his or her normalposition. See also field of view.
The security review of news material subject to the jurisdiction of theArmed Forces of the United States,
including all information or material intended fordissemination to the public. Also called FPC. See also
censorship.
An exercise in which actual forces are used to train commanders,staffs, and individual units in basic,
intermediate, and advanced-level warfare skills. Alsocalled FTX. See also exercise maneuver.
The maintenance of a number of fighter aircraft over a specified area orforce for the purpose of repelling
hostile air activities. See also airborne alert cover.
See weapon engagement zone.
An offensive counterair operation providing protection sorties by air-to-aircapable fighters in support of other
offensive air and air support missions over enemyterritory, or in a defensive counterair role to protect high
value airborne assets. (JP 3-01)
An offensive mission by fighter aircraft to seek out and destroy enemy aircraftor targets of opportunity in a
designated area. (JP 3-01)
Consists of items of individual clothing, equipment, weapons, and ammunitionthat are carried by and are
essential to the effectiveness of the combat soldier and theaccomplishment of the immediate mission of the
unit when the soldier is on foot. See alsoexistence load.
A substance carried in an ammunition container such as a projectile, mine, bomb, orgrenade. A filler may be an
explosive, chemical, or inert substance.
Individuals of suitable grade and skill initially required to bring a unit ororganization to its authorized strength.
A photographic film packet to be carried by personnel, in the form of a badge,for measuring and permanently
recording (usually) gamma-ray dosage.
In electronics, a device which transmits only part of the incident energy and maythereby change the spectral
distribution of energy: a. High pass filters transmit energyabove a certain frequency b. Low pass filters transmit
energy below a certain frequency c. Band pass filters transmit energy of a certain bandwidth d. Band stop
filters transmitenergy outside a specific frequency band.final approach - That part of an instrument approach
procedure in which alignment anddescent for landing are accomplished. a. In a non-precision approach it
normally begins atthe final approach fix or point and ends at the missed approach point or fix. b. In aprecision
approach the final approach commences at the glide path intercept point and endsat the decision
height/altitude.
The magnetic bearing assigned by an air operations center, helicopter directioncenter, or carrier air traffic
control center for final approach an extension of the landingarea centerline. See also final approach helicopter
direction center. (JP 3-04.1)
In naval control of shipping, the final destination of a convoy or of anindividual ship (whether in convoy or
independent) irrespective of whether or not routinginstructions have been issued.
See explosive ordnance disposal procedures.
A comprehensive set of country-specific substantive environmentalprovisions, typically technical limitations on
effluent, discharges, etc., or a specificmanagement practice. (JP 3-34)
A plan for which drafts have been coordinated and approved and which hasbeen signed by or on behalf of a
competent authority. See also operation plan.
An immediately available prearranged barrier of fire designed toimpede enemy movement across defensive
lines or areas.
The execution of the joint finance mission to provide financial adviceand guidance, support of the procurement
process, providing pay support, and providingdisbursing support. See also financial management. (JP 1-06)
Financial management encompasses the two core processes ofresource management and finance operations.
Also called FM. See also finance operationsresource management operations. (JP 1-06)
The establishment and maintenance of property accounts inmonetary terms the rendition of property reports
in monetary terms.
1. The command given to discharge a weapon(s). 2. To detonate the main explosivecharge by means of a firing
system. See also barrage fire call fire counterfirecounterpreparation fire covering fire destruction fire direct fire
direct supportingfire distributed fire grazing fire harassing fire indirect fire neutralization fireobserved fire
preparation fire radar fire registration fire scheduled fire searchingfire supporting fire suppressive fire.
An order to deliver a prearranged barrier of fire. Specification of theparticular barrage may be by code name,
numbering system, unit assignment, or otherdesignated means.
A chart, usually in the form of an overlay, showing the areaswhich can be reached by the fire of the bulk of the
weapons of a unit.
The control of all operations in connection with the application of fire on atarget.
Radar used to provide target information inputs to a weapon firecontrol system.
A group of interrelated fire control equipments and/or instrumentsdesigned for use with a weapon or group of
weapons.
See fire support coordination.
That element of a command post, consisting of gunnery andcommunications personnel and equipment, by
means of which the commander exercisesfire direction and/or fire control. The fire direction center receives
target intelligence andrequests for fire, and translates them into appropriate fire direction. The fire
directioncenter provides timely and effective tactical and technical fire control in support of currentoperations.
Also called FDC.
That volume of fires delivered on a target to achieve the desired effect. Alsocalled FFE. See also final protective
fire fire mission neutralize suppression.
See call for fire.
1. Specific assignment given to a fire unit as part of a definite plan. 2. Orderused to alert the weapon/battery
area and indicate that the message following is a call forfire.
A tactical plan for using the weapons of a unit or formation so that their fire willbe coordinated.
Stationary mass fire, generally in built-up urban areas, generating strong,inrushing winds from all sides the
winds keep the fires from spreading while adding freshoxygen to increase their intensity.
Fires that directly support land, maritime, amphibious, and special operationsforces to engage enemy forces,
combat formations, and facilities in pursuit of tactical andoperational objectives. See also fires. (JP 3-09.3)
An appropriate maneuver area assigned to fire support ships by the navalforce commander from which they
can deliver gunfire support to an amphibious operation.Also called FSA. See also amphibious operation fire
support naval support area.(JP 3-09)
The planning and executing of fire so that targets are adequatelycovered by a suitable weapon or group of
weapons.
A single location in which are centralized communicationsfacilities and personnel incident to the coordination
of all forms of fire support. Also calledFSCC. See also fire fire support fire support coordination support
supportingarms coordination center. (JP 3-09.1)
A fire support coordination measure that is established andadjusted by appropriate land or amphibious force
commanders within their boundaries inconsultation with superior, subordinate, supporting, and affected
commanders. Fire supportcoordination lines facilitate the expeditious attack of surface targets of opportunity
beyondthe coordinating measure. A fire support coordination line does not divide an area ofoperations by
defining a boundary between close and deep operations or a zone for closeair support. The fire support
coordination line applies to all fires of air, land, and sea-basedweapon systems using any type of ammunition.
Forces attacking targets beyond a firesupport coordination line must inform all affected commanders in
sufficient time to allownecessary reaction to avoid fratricide. Supporting elements attacking targets beyond
thefire support coordination line must ensure that the attack will not produce adverse effectson, or to the rear
of, the line. Short of a fire support coordination line, all air-to-ground andsurface-to-surface attack operations
are controlled by the appropriate land or amphibiousforce commander. The fire support coordination line
should follow well-defined terrainfeatures. Coordination of attacks beyond the fire support coordination line is
That portion of the force tactical operations center at every echelonabove company or troop (to corps) that is
responsible for targeting coordination and forintegrating fires delivered on surface targets by fire-support
means under the control, or insupport, of the force. Also calledFSE. See also fire fire support force support. (JP
3-09.1)
A temporary grouping of ships under a single commander chargedwith supporting troop operations ashore by
naval gunfire. A fire support group may befurther subdivided into fire support units and fire support elements.
Senior field artillery officer assigned to Army maneuver battalions andbrigades. Advises commander on fire-
support matters. Also called FSO. See also fieldartillery fire fire support support. (JP 3-09.1)
An exact location at sea within a fire support area from which a firesupport ship delivers fire. fire support team -
A team provided by the field artillery component to each maneuver companyand troop to plan and coordinate
all supporting fires available to the unit, including mortars,field artillery, naval surface fire support, and close
air support integration. Also calledFIST. See also close air support field artillery fire fire support support. (JP 3-
09.3)
The luminous sphere of hot gases which forms a few millionths of a second afterdetonation of a nuclear
weapon and immediately starts expanding and cooling.
1. The amount of fire which may be delivered by a position, unit, or weaponsystem. 2. Ability to deliver fire.
fires -The use of weapon systems to create a specific lethal or nonlethal effect onatarget. (JP 3-0)
In a sweeper-sweep combination it is the horizontal area at the depth of aparticular mine in which the mine
will detonate. The firing area has exactly the samedimensions as the interception area but will lie astern of it
unless the mine detonatesimmediately when actuated.
Map, photo map, or grid sheet showing the relative horizontal and verticalpositions of batteries, base points,
base point lines, check points, targets, and other detailsneeded in preparing firing data.
1. In land operations, an electrical circuit and/or pyrotechnic loop designedto detonate connected charges
from a firing point. 2. In naval mine warfare, that part of amine circuit which either completes the detonator
circuit or operates a ship counter.
See firing circuit.
That point in the firing circuit where the device employed to initiate thedetonation of the charges is located.
Also called FP.
In demolition, a system composed of elements designed to fire the main chargeor charges.
The beginning of morning nautical twilight i.e., when the center of the morningsun is 12 degrees below the
horizon.
The health care capability that provides immediate clinical care andstabilization to the patient in preparation
for evacuation to the next health service supportcapability in the continuum of care. (JP 4-02)
The primary health care providers whose responsibility is the provision ofimmediate clinical care and
stabilization in preparation for evacuation to the next healthservice support capability in the continuum of
care. In addition to treating injuries, theytreat Service members for common acute minor illnesses. See also
essential careevacuation patient. (JP 4-02)
The first offensive move of a war. (Generally associated with nuclear operations.)
A general term for the complex mixture of substances produced as aresult of nuclear fission.
The ratio of the yield derived from nuclear fission to the total yieldit is frequently expressed in percent.
In naval mine warfare, a mine containing an explosive charge, a primer,detonator, and firing system. See also
exercise filled mine explosive filled mine.
A position determined from terrestrial, electronic, or astronomical data.
Ammunition in which the cartridge case is permanently attached tothe projectile. See also munition.
1. Assets of a permanent character having continuing value. 2. Asused in military establishments, includes real
estate and equipment installed or in use, eitherin productive plants or in field operations. Synonymous with
fixed assets.
A medical treatment facility which is designed tooperate for an extended period of time at a specific site.
Water terminals with an improved network of cargo-handling facilities designedfor the transfer of oceangoing
freight. See also water terminal. (JP 4-01.5)
A fixed price type of contract with provision for the adjustmentof profit and price by a formula based on the
relationship that final negotiated total costbears to negotiated target cost as adjusted by approved changes.
A type of contract that generally provides for a firm price or, underappropriate circumstances, may provide for
an adjustable price for the supplies or servicesbeing procured. Fixed price contracts are of several types so
designed as to facilitate properpricing under varying circumstances.
One in which each scout maintains station relative to an assignedpoint on a barrier line while searching the
surrounding area. Scouts are not stationary butremain underway and patrol near the center of their assigned
stations. A scout is a surfaceship, submarine, or aircraft.
See fixer network.
Red flag days are those during which movement requirementscannot be met green flag days are those during
which the requisite amount or a surplus oftransportation capability exists.
A term applied to an officer holding the rank of general, lieutenant general, majorgeneral, or brigadier general
in the US Army, Air Force or Marine Corps or admiral, viceadmiral, or rear admiral in the US Navy or Coast
Guard.
Simple, handmade devices used to produce flame or illumination.Also called FFE. (JP 3-15)
A weapon that projects incendiary fuel and has provision for ignition ofthis fuel.
See inflammable cargo.
A security element operating to the flank of a moving or stationary force toprotect it from enemy ground
observation, direct fire, and surprise attack.
An offensive maneuver directed at the flank of an enemy. See alsofrontal attack.
The change in the flight path of an aircraft so as to reduce the rate of descent fortouchdown.
A nuclear weapon that, when launched at a target, detonates with anticipated yieldbut at an altitude
appreciably greater than intended. This is not a dud insofar as yield isconcerned, but it is a dud with respect to
the effects on the target and the normal operationof the weapon.
Impairment of vision resulting from an intense flash of light. It includestemporary or permanent loss of visual
functions and may be associated with retinal burns.See also dazzle.
A burn caused by excessive exposure (of bare skin) to thermal radiation.
A category of precedence reserved for initial enemy contact messages oroperational combat messages of
extreme urgency. Brevity is mandatory. See also precedence.
Finding the position of the burst of a projectile or of an enemy gun by observingits flash.
Not to be used. See inflight report.
Device attached to the muzzle of the weapon which reduces the amountof visible light or flash created by
burning propellant gases.
The time from light being first observed until the sound of thenuclear detonation is heard.
Portable, open-topped, open-sided units that fit into existing below-deck containercell guides and provide a
capability for container ships to carry oversized cargo and wheeledand tracked vehicles. (JP 4-01.7)

Cargo placed in the bottom of the holds, covered with planks and dunnage, andheld for future use. Flatted
cargo usually has room left above it for the loading of vehiclesthat may be moved without interfering with the
flatted cargo. Frequently, flatted cargoserves in lieu of ballast. Sometimes called understowed cargo.
An organization of ships, aircraft, Marine forces, and shore-based fleet activities allunder the command of a
commander or commander in chief who may exercise operationalas well as administrative control. See also
major fleet numbered fleet.
A nuclear-powered submarine designed to deliver ballisticmissile attacks against assigned targets from either a
submerged or surfaced condition.Designated as SSBN.
A fleet (force) that avoids decisive action, but, because of its strength andlocation, causes or necessitates
counter-concentrations and so reduces the number of opposingunits available for operations elsewhere.

A balanced force of combined arms comprising land, air, and serviceelements of the US Marine Corps. A Fleet
Marine Force is an integral part of a US fleet andhas the status of a type command. Also called FMF.
A planning construct intended to facilitate early decision makingby developing a wide range of interrelated
responses that begin with deterrent-orientedactions carefully tailored to produce a desired effect. The flexible
deterrent option is themeans by which the various diplomatic, information, military, and economic
deterrentmeasures available to the President are included in the joint operation planning process.Also called
FDO. See also deterrent options. (JP 3-0)
The capability of military forces for effective reaction to any enemy threator attack with actions appropriate
and adaptable to the circumstances existing.
1. In Navy and Marine Corps usage, a specified group of aircraft usually engaged in acommon mission. 2. The
basic tactical unit in the Air Force, consisting of four or moreaircraft in two or more elements. 3. A single
aircraft airborne on a nonoperational mission.
A message dispatched to aircraft in flight or to interested stations to advise ofany deviation or irregularity.
1. In certain airplanes, an elevated compartment occupied by the crew for operatingthe airplane in flight. 2.
The upper deck of an aircraft carrier that serves as a runway.
The task of maintaining contact with specified aircraft for the purpose ofdetermining en route progress and/or
flight termination.
A unit established to provide flight information service andalerting service.
An airspace of defined dimensions within which flightinformation service and alerting service are provided.
Also called FIR. See also air trafficcontrol center area control center.
A service provided for the purpose of giving advice andinformation useful for the safe and efficient conduct of
flights. Also called FIS.
Surfaces of constant atmospheric pressure which are related to a specificpressure datum, 1013.2 mb (29.92 in),
and are separated by specific pressure intervals.(Flight levels are expressed in three digits that represent
hundreds of feet e.g., flight level250 represents a barometric altimeter indication of 25,000 feet and flight level
255 is anindication of 25,500 feet.)
The line connecting the successive positions occupied, or to be occupied, byan aircraft, missile, or space vehicle
as it moves through air or space.
Specified information provided to air traffic services units relative to anintended flight or portion of a flight of
an aircraft.
A means of identifying aircraft by association with known flightplans.
Trajectory, or its graphic representation, followed by its altitude, speed, distanceflown, and maneuver.
A ship configuration that assigns and stations personnel at critical positionsto conduct safe flight operations.
(JP 3-04.1)
A missile system test of short duration conducted with the propulsionsystem operating while the missile is
secured to the launcher. Such a test is performed todetermine the readiness of the missile system and launch
facilities prior to flight test.
A physician specially trained in aviator medical practice whose primaryduty is the medical examination and
medical care of aircrew.
Test of an aircraft, rocket, missile, or other vehicle by actual flight or launching.Flight tests are planned to
achieve specific test objectives and gain operational information.
The average forward horizontal distance from the cockpit of an aircraft inflight at which prominent unlighted
objects may be seen and identified by day and prominentlighted objects may be seen and identified by night.
A form of logistic support in which supplies, repairs, maintenance,and other services are provided in harbor or
at an anchorage for operating forces fromships.
A company-sized unit made up of various watercraft teams such astugs, barges, and barge cranes. See also
watercraft. (JP 4-01.6)
Emergency supplies preloaded in landing craft, amphibious vehicles, or inlanding ships. Floating dumps are
located in the vicinity of the appropriate control officer,who directs their landing as requested by the troop
commander concerned. (JP 3-02)
In naval mine warfare, a mine visible on the surface. See also free minemine watching mine.
In an amphibious operation, reserve troops which remain embarkeduntil needed. See also general reserve.
In naval mine warfare, a device fitted to a buoyant mine which, on operation aftera preset time, floods the
mine case and causes it to sink to the bottom.
The capability of a vehicle to float in water.
Includes the balance of the initial assault force, not included in the assaultechelon, and some aviation support
equipment. Also called FIE. (JP 4-01.2)
A path of fire extinguisher foam laid on a runway to assist aircraft in an emergencylanding.
In amphibious operations, the reinforcements and stores carried on transport shipsand aircraft (not originally
part of the amphibious force) that are offloaded after the assault and assault follow-on echelons have been
landed. See also amphibious operation assaultassault follow-on echelon. (JP 3-02)
In air transport operations, elements moved into the objective areaafter the assault echelon.
Ships not originally a part of the amphibious task force but which delivertroops and supplies to the objective
area after the assault phase has begun. (JP 3-02.2)
Supplies delivered after the initial landings or airdrop to resupply unitsuntil routine supply procedures can be
instituted. These supplies may be delivered eitherautomatically or on an on-call basis and are prepared for
delivery by supporting supplyunits. See also resupply routine supplies supplies. (JP 3-17)
1. The area on the surface of the earth within a satellites transmitter or sensor fieldof view. 2. The amount of
personnel, spares, resources, and capabilities physically presentand occupying space at a deployed location.
1. An aggregation of military personnel, weapon systems, equipment, and necessarysupport, or combination
thereof. 2. A major subdivision of a fleet. (JP 1)
Numbers used in conjunction with urgency of need designators toestablish a matrix of priorities used for
supply requisitions. Defines the relative importanceof the unit to accomplish the objectives of the Department
of Defense. Also called FADs.See also force. (JP 4-09)
The provision of expedient facilities for troop support to provide a platformfor the projection of force. These
facilities may include modular or kit-type facilitysubstitutes. See also facility substitutes. (JP 3-34)
The point in time when a supported joint force commander determines thatsufficient personnel and
equipment resources are in the assigned operational area to carryout assigned tasks. See also closure force. (JP
3-35)
Air refueling and other actions that increase an aircrafts range, payload,loiter time, and flexibility, to allow it to
accomplish a wider range of missions. See also airrefueling. (JP 3-17)
Tankers escorting fighters are force extended when they are refueled byother tankers en route to their
destination. Force extension is normally required whentankers are acting in a dual-role capacity because their
cargo will likely preclude carryingenough fuel for the tanker and receivers to reach the final destination. On
global attackmissions, force extension can also be used to extend the effective range, payload, and loitertime
of combat aircraft due to the increased offload capacity of the force extended tanker.See also air refueling dual-
role tanker. (JP 3-17)
Measures to promote, improve, or conserve the mental and physicalwell-being of Service members. These
measures enable a healthy and fit force, preventinjury and illness, and protect the force from health hazards.
Also called FHP. See alsoforce protection. (JP 4-02)
A total list of forces required by an operation plan, including assigned forces,augmentation forces, and other
forces to be employed in support of the plan.
A grouping of combat, combat support, and combat service support forces,with their accompanying supplies
and the required nonunit resupply and personnel necessaryto sustain forces for a minimum of 30 days. The
elements of force modules are linkedtogether or are uniquely identified so that they may be extracted from or
adjusted as anentity in the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System databases to enhance flexibilityand
usefulness of the operation plan during a crisis. Also called FM. See also forcemodule package.
A force module with a specific functional orientation (e.g. airsuperiority, close air support, reconnaissance,
ground defense) that include combat, associatedcombat support, and combat service support forces.
Additionally, force module packageswill contain sustainment in accordance with logistic policy contained in
Joint StrategicCapabilities Plan Annex B. Also called FMP. See also force module.
A capability that, when added to and employed by a combat force, significantlyincreases the combat potential
of that force and thus enhances the probability of successfulmission accomplishment. (JP 3-05.1)
1. Planning associated with the creation and maintenance of militarycapabilities. It is primarily the
responsibility of the Military Departments, Services, andUS Special Operations Command and is conducted
under the administrative control thatruns from the Secretary of Defense to the Military Departments and
Services. 2. In theJoint Operation Planning and Execution System, the planning conducted by the
supportedcombatant command and its components to determine required force capabilities toaccomplish an
assigned mission, as well as by the Military Departments, Services, andService component commands of the
combatant commands, to develop forces lists, sourceand tailor required force capabilities with actual units,
identify and resolve shortfalls, anddetermine the routing and time-phasing of forces into the operational area.
(JP 5-0)
The ability to project the military instrument of national power from theUnited States or another theater, in
response to requirements for military operations. Seealso force. (JP 5-0)
Preventive measures taken to mitigate hostile actions against Departmentof Defense personnel (to include
family members), resources, facilities, and criticalinformation. Force protection does not include actions to
defeat the enemy or protect against accidents, weather, or disease. Also called FP. See also force force
protectioncondition protection. (JP 3-0)
A Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff-approved programstandardizing the Military Services identification of
and recommended responses to terroristthreats against US personnel and facilities. This program facilitates
inter-Servicecoordination. Also called FPCON. There are four FPCONs above normal. a. FPCONALPHA - This
condition applies when there is an increased general threat of possibleterrorist activity against personnel and
facilities, the nature and extent of which areunpredictable, and circumstances do not justify full
implementation of FPCON BRAVOmeasures. However, it may be necessary to implement certain measures
from higherFPCONs resulting from intelligence received or as a deterrent. The measures in this FPCONmust be
capable of being maintained indefinitely. b. FPCON BRAVO - This conditionapplies when an increased or more
predictable threat of terrorist activity exists. Sustainingthe measures in this FPCON for a prolonged period may
affect operational capability andrelations with local authorities. c. FPCON CHARLIE - This condition applies
when anincident occurs or intelligence is received indicating some form of terrorist action or targetingagainst
personnel or facilities is likely. Prolonged implementation of measures in thisFPCON may create hardship and
Cross-functional working group whose purpose is to conductrisk assessment and risk management and to
recommend mitigating measures to thecommander. Also called FPWG. (JP 3-10)
A checkpoint at which formations of aircraft or ships join and becomepart of the main force. Also called group
rendezvous.
An alphanumeric code used to uniquely identify force entries ina given operation plan time-phased force and
deployment data. Also called FRN.
The phased introduction of forces into and out of the operational area. (JP 3-68)
A deficiency in the number or types of units available for planning within thetime required for the performance
of an assigned task. (JP 4-05)
The identification of the actual units, their origins, ports of embarkation, andmovement characteristics to
satisfy the time-phased force requirements of a supportedcommander.
See military capability.
With reference to war plans, the statement of time-phased deployments of majorcombat units by major
commands and geographical areas.
The process of gathering and maintaining information on the location,status, and predicted movement of each
element of a unit including the units commandelement, personnel, and unit-related supplies and equipment
while in transit to thespecified operational area. (JP 3-35)
The current and accurate status of forces their current mission futuremissions location mission priority and
readiness status. Force visibility providesinformation on the location, operational tempo, assets, and
sustainment requirementsof a force as part of an overall capability for a combatant commander.
See airborne force armed forces covering force garrison force multinationalforce Navy cargo handling force
task force underway replenishment force.
Forces classified as being in state of readiness "A" or "B" as prescribedin the appropriate Military Committee
document.
Seizing and holding of a military lodgment in the face of armed opposition.See also lodgment. (JP 3-18)
See shallow fording.
Assistance to foreign nations ranging from the sale of military equipmentto donations of food and medical
supplies to aid survivors of natural and manmade disasters.US assistance takes three forms - development
assistance, humanitarian assistance, andsecurity assistance. See also domestic emergencies foreign disaster
foreignhumanitarian assistance security assistance. (JP 3-08)
Assistance provided by the United States Governmentto a host nation to mitigate the effects of a deliberate or
inadvertent chemical, biological,radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosives attack or event and restore
essentialgovernment services. Also called FCM. (JP 3-41)
An act of nature (such as a flood, drought, fire, hurricane, earthquake,volcanic eruption, or epidemic), or an act
of man (such as a riot, violence, civil strife,explosion, fire, or epidemic), which is or threatens to be of sufficient
severity and magnitudeto warrant United States foreign disaster relief to a foreign country, foreign persons, or
to anintergovernmental organization. See also foreign disaster relief. (JP 3-08)
Prompt aid that can be used to alleviate the suffering of foreigndisaster victims. Normally it includes
humanitarian services and transportation the provisionof food, clothing, medicine, beds, and bedding
temporary shelter and housing the furnishing of medical materiel and medical and technical personnel and
making repairs to essentialservices. See also foreign disaster. (JP 3-07.6)
Programs conducted to relieve or reduce the results ofnatural or man-made disasters or other endemic
conditions such as human pain, disease,hunger, or privation that might present a serious threat to life or that
can result in greatdamage to or loss of property. Foreign humanitarian assistance provided by US forces
islimited in scope and duration. The foreign assistance provided is designed to supplementor complement the
efforts of the host nation civil authorities or agencies that may have theprimary responsibility for providing
foreign humanitarian assistance. Foreign humanitarianassistance operations are those conducted outside the
United States, its territories, andpossessions. Also called FHA. See also foreign assistance. (JP 3-33)
Technical information and intelligence derivedfrom the intercept of foreign electromagnetic emissions
associated with the testing andoperational deployment of non-US aerospace, surface, and subsurface systems.
Foreigninstrumentation signals intelligence is a subcategory of signals intelligence. Foreigninstrumentation
signals include but are not limited to telemetry, beaconry, electronicinterrogators, and video data links. Also
called FISINT. See also signals intelligence.(JP 2-01)
Information relating to capabilities, intentions, and activities of foreignpowers, organizations, or persons, but
not including counterintelligence, except forinformation on international terrorist activities. See also
intelligence. (JP 2-0)
Participation by civilian and military agencies of a governmentin any of the action programs taken by another
government or other designatedorganization to free and protect its society from subversion, lawlessness, and
insurgency.Also called FID. (JP 3-05)
That portion of United States security assistance authorized by theForeign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended,
and the Arms Export Control Act of 1976, asamended. This assistance differs from the Military Assistance
Program and the InternationalMilitary Education and Training Program in that the recipient provides
reimbursement fordefense articles and services transferred. Also called FMS.
Foreign nationals receiving training conducted by theDepartment of Defense on a reimbursable basis, at the
countrys request.
Civil and/or military assistance rendered to a nation when operatingoutside its national boundaries during war,
or operations other than war based on agreementsmutually concluded between nations or on behalf of
international organizations. Support may come from the nation in which forces are operating. Foreign nation
support also maybe from third party nations and include support or assistance, such as logistics,
renderedoutside the operational area. Also called FNS. See also host-nation support. (JP 3-57.1)

Any person other than a US citizen, US permanent or temporary legalresident alien, or person in US custody.
Rags, pieces of paper, line, articles of clothing, nuts, bolts, or toolsthat, when misplaced or caught by air
currents normally found around aircraft operations(jet blast, rotor or prop wash, engine intake), cause damage
to aircraft systems or weaponsor injury to personnel. Also called FOD. (JP 3-04.1)
Foreign nationals who provide clerical, administrative, technical,fiscal, and other support at foreign service
posts abroad and are not citizens of the UnitedStates. The term includes third country nationals who are
individuals employed by a UnitedStates mission abroad and are neither a citizen of the US nor of the country to
whichassigned for duty. Also called FSN. (JP 3-68)
That portion of a beach extending from the low water (datum) shoreline to thelimit of normal high water wave
wash. (JP 4-01.6)
Lines resembling contours, but representing no actual elevations, which havebeen sketched from visual
observation or from inadequate or unreliable map sources, toshow collectively the configuration of the terrain.
1. In photography, the size and/or shape of a negative or of the print therefrom. 2. In cartography, the shape
and size of a map or chart.formation - 1. An ordered arrangement of troops and/or vehicles for a specific
purpose. 2. An ordered arrangement of two or more ships, units, or aircraft proceeding togetherunder a
commander.formatted message text - A message text composed of several sets ordered in a
specifiedsequence, each set characterized by an identifier and containing information of a specifiedtype, coded
and arranged in an ordered sequence of character fields in accordance with theNATO message text formatting
rules. It is designed to permit both manual and automatedhandling and processing. See also free form message
text structured message text.
Information removed from the restricted data category upon ajoint determination by the Department of
Energy (or antecedent agencies) and Departmentof Defense that such information relates primarily to the
military utilization of atomicweapons and that such information can be adequately safeguarded as classified
defenseinformation. (Section 142d, Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.) See also restricteddata.

That phase of evacuation which provides airlift forpatients between points within the battlefield, from the
battlefield to the initial point oftreatment, and to subsequent points of treatment within the combat zone.
An officer (aviator/pilot) member of the tactical air control partywho, from a forward ground or airborne
position, controls aircraft in close air support ofground troops. Also called FAC. See also close air support. (JP 3-
09.1)
A specifically trained and qualified aviation officer whoexercises control from the air of aircraft engaged in
close air support of ground troops. Theforward air controller (airborne) is normally an airborne extension of
the tactical air controlparty. Also called FAC(A). (JP 3-09.3)
An area in proximity to combat.
A temporary facility - organized, equipped, anddeployed by an aviation commander, and normally located in
the main battle area closer tothe area where operations are being conducted than the aviation units combat
service area - to provide fuel and ammunition necessary for the employment of aviation maneuverunits in
combat. The forward arming and refueling point permits combat aircraft to rapidlyrefuel and rearm
simultaneously. Also called FARP.forward aviation combat engineering - A mobility operation in which
engineers performtasks in support of forward aviation ground facilities. Tasks include
reconnaissanceconstruction of low altitude parachute extraction zones, landing strips, and airstrips
andproviding berms, revetments, and trenches for forward arming and refueling points. Alsocalled FACE. See
also combat engineering reconnaissance. (JP 3-34)
The foremost limits of a series of areas in which groundcombat units are deployed, excluding the areas in
which the covering or screening forcesare operating, designated to coordinate fire support, the positioning of
forces, or the maneuverof units. Also called FEBA.
A line that indicates the most forward positions of friendlyforces in any kind of military operation at a specific
time. The forward line of owntroops normally identifies the forward location of covering and screening forces.
Theforward line of own troops may be at, beyond, or short of the forward edge of the battlearea. An enemy
forward line of own troops indicates the forward-most position ofhostile forces. Also called FLOT.
See naval forward logistic site. Also called FLS. (JP 4-01.3)
Oblique photography of the terrain ahead of the aircraft.
An observer operating with front line troops and trained to adjust groundor naval gunfire and pass back
battlefield information. In the absence of a forward aircontroller, the observer may control close air support
strikes. Also called FO. See alsoforward air controller spotter. (JP 3-09.1)
An airfield used to support tactical operations without establishingfull support facilities. The base may be used
for an extended time period. Support by amain operating base will be required to provide backup support for a
forward operatingbase. Also called FOB. (JP 3-09.3)
Primarily used for counterdrug operations. Similar to a forwardoperating base (FOB) but without the in-place
infrastructure associated with a FOB. Alsocalled FOL.
A scaleable location outside the United States and US territoriesintended for rotational use by operating forces.
Such expandable "warm facilities" may bemaintained with a limited US military support presence and possibly
pre-positionedequipment. Forward operating sites support rotational rather than permanently stationedforces
and are a focus for bilateral and regional training. Also called FOS. See alsocooperative security location main
operating base. (CJCS CM-0007-05)
In special operations, a base usually located in friendly territory orafloat that is established to extend command
and control or communications or to providesupport for training and tactical operations. Facilities may be
established for temporary orlonger duration operations and may include an airfield or an unimproved airstrip,
ananchorage, or a pier. A forward operations base may be the location of special operationscomponent
headquarters or a smaller unit that is controlled and/or supported by a mainoperations base. Also called FOB.
See also advanced operations base main operationsbase. (JP 3-05.1)
A mission profile that involves the recovery of an aircraftat a neutral or friendly forward area airfield or landing
site.
Care provided as close to the point of injury as possible based oncurrent operational requirements to attain
stabilization and achieve the most efficient use oflife-and-limb saving medical treatment. Forward resuscitative
care typically providesessential care for stabilization to ensure the patient can tolerate evacuation. Also
calledFRC. See also essential care evacuation medical treatment facility patient. (JP 4-02)
Any slope which descends towards the enemy.
The transfer of information to a higher level of command. See also tracktelling.
An airborne, electro-optical thermal imaging device that detectsfar-infrared energy, converts the energy into
an electronic signal, and provides a visibleimage for day or night viewing. Also called FLIR. (JP 3-09.3)
Specific information on essential features that change rarely or slowly,such as point positioning data,
topographic features, elevation data, geodetic information,and safety of navigation data. (JP 2-03)
A method of distributing the fire of illuminationshells which, by a combination of lateral spread and range
spread, provides illumination ofa large area. 463L system - Aircraft pallets, nets, tie down, and coupling
devices, facilities, handlingequipment, procedures, and other components designed to interface with military
and civilianaircraft cargo restraint systems. Though designed for airlift, system components may haveto move
intermodally via surface to support geographic combatant commander objectives.(JP 4-01.7)
See force protection condition.
See force protection condition.
See force protection condition.
See force protection condition.
An abbreviated form of an operation order issued as needed after anoperation order to change or modify that
order or to execute a branch or sequel to that order.Also called FRAGORD. (JP 5-0)
In photography, any single exposure contained within a continuous sequence ofphotographs.
The difference between observed gravity and theoretical gravity that hasbeen computed for latitude and
corrected for elevation of the station above or below thegeoid, by application of the normal rate of change of
gravity for change of elevation, as infree air.
The unreflected pressure, in excess of the ambient atmosphericpressure, created in the air by the blast wave
from an explosion. See also overpressure.
The dropping of equipment or supplies from an aircraft without the use ofparachutes. See also airdrop air
movement free fall high velocity drop low velocitydrop.
A parachute maneuver in which the parachute is manually activated at the discretionof the jumper or
automatically at a preset altitude. See also airdrop air movement freedrop high velocity drop low velocity drop.
See free air overpressure.
A message text without prescribed format arrangements. It isintended for fast drafting as well as manual
handling and processing. See also formattedmessage text structured message text.
Materiel provided for use or consumption without charge to the fund or fundsubdivision that finances the
activity to which it is issued.
Correspondence of a personal nature that weighs less than 11 ounces, to includeaudio and video recording
tapes, from a member of the Armed Forces or designated civilian,mailed postage free from a Secretary of
Defense approved free mail zone. (JP 1-0)
In naval mine warfare, a moored mine whose mooring has parted or been cut.
An exercise to test the capabilities of forces under simulated contingencyand/or wartime conditions, limited
only by those artificialities or restrictions required bypeacetime safety regulations. See also controlled exercise.
A rocket not subject to guidance or control in flight.
A specific area into which any weapon system may fire without additionalcoordination with the establishing
headquarters. Also called FFA. See also fire. (JP 3-09)
Operations conducted to demonstrate US or internationalrights to navigate air or sea routes. (JP 3-0)
A transportation activity that receives less than car- or truckloadshipments of materiel for the purpose of
assembling them into car- or truckload lots foronward movement to the ultimate consignee or to a freight
distributing activity or otherbreak bulk point. See also freight distributing activity.
A transportation activity that receives and unloads consolidatedcar- or truckloads of less than car- or truckload
shipments of material and forwards theindividual shipments to the ultimate consignee. See also freight
consolidating activity.
A systematic management procedure to coordinate the use of theelectromagnetic spectrum for operations,
communications, and intelligence functions.Frequency deconfliction is one element of electromagnetic
spectrum management. Seealso electromagnetic spectrum electromagnetic spectrum management
electronicwarfare. (JP 3-13.1)
The requesting, recording, deconfliction of and issuance ofauthorization to use frequencies (operate
electromagnetic spectrum dependent systems)coupled with monitoring and interference resolution processes.
(JP 6-0)
A contact positively identified as friendly. See also hostile.
In casualty reporting, a casualty circumstance applicable to persons killed inaction or wounded in action
mistakenly or accidentally by friendly forces actively engagedwith the enemy, who are directing fire at a hostile
force or what is thought to be a hostileforce. See also casualty.
Information the commander and staff need tounderstand the status of friendly force andsupporting
capabilities. Also calledFFIR. (JP 3-0)
1. The lateral space occupied by an element measured from the extremity of oneflank to the extremity of the
other flank. 2. The direction of the enemy. 3. The line ofcontact of two opposing forces. 4. When a combat
situation does not exist or is not assumed,the direction toward which the command is faced.
1. An offensive maneuver in which the main action is directed against thefront of the enemy forces. 2. (DOD
only) In air intercept, an attack by an interceptoraircraft that terminates with a heading crossing angle greater
than 135 degrees.
Any shipment of supplies and/or equipment which, while en route todestination, is stopped prior to receipt
and for which further disposition instructions mustbe obtained.
The larger of the two propelling charges available for naval guns.
Material condition of any piece of military equipment, aircraft, ortraining device indicating that it can perform
all of its missions. Also called FMC. See alsodeadline mission-capable partial mission-capable partial mission-
capable,maintenance partial mission-capable, supply.
See mobilization.
The cumulative effect of dominance in the air, land, maritime,and space domains and information environment
that permits the conduct of joint operationswithout effective opposition or prohibitive interference. (JP 3-0)

A command normally, but not necessarily, composed offorces of two or more Military Departments which may
be established across the range ofmilitary operations to perform particular operational missions that may be of
short durationor may extend over a period of time. See also component Service component command.(JP 1)
The estimate of the effect of military force to degrade ordestroy the functional or operational capability of the
target to perform its intended missionand on the level of success in achieving operational objectives
established against the target.This assessment is based upon all-source information, and includes an estimation
of thetime required for recuperation or replacement of the target function. See also damageassessment target.
(JP 3-60)
To render a targeted installation, facility, or target system unable to fulfill itsprimary function.
The appropriate or assigned duties, responsibilities, missions, or tasks of anindividual, office, or organization.
As defined in the National Security Act of 1947, asamended, the term "function" includes functions, powers,
and duties (5 United States Code171n (a)).
In intelligence usage, the process of examining all sources of intelligence andinformation to derive a complete
assessment of activity. (JP 2-0)
A recess in a charge for receiving a fuze.
Radar equipment (type of equipment may be indicated by a letter as listed in operationorders). May be
followed by a color to indicate state of jamming. Colors will be used asfollows: a. green - Clear of jamming. b.
amber - Sector partially jammed. c. red -Sector completely jammed. d. blue - Completely jammed.
An area within a minefield or obstacle belt, free of live mines or obstacles, whose widthand direction will allow
a friendly force to pass through in tactical formation. See also phoney minefield.
Any space where imagery fails to meet minimum coverage requirements.This might be a space not covered by
imagery or a space where the minimum specifiedoverlap was not obtained.
A radar used to supplement the coverage of the principal radar in areaswhere coverage is inadequate.
In landmine warfare, markers used to indicate a minefield gap. Gap markersat the entrance to, and exit from,
the gap will be referenced to a landmark or intermediatemarker. See also marker.
An error in transmission, reception, encryption, or decryption that changes the text ofa message or any portion
thereof in such a manner that it is incorrect or undecryptable.
In surveillance, natural or artificial material applied to an object to achieve orassist camouflage.
All units assigned to a base or area for defense, development, operation,and maintenance of facilities. See also
force(s).
A general term for a collection of spars, ropes, blocks, and equipment used for liftingand stowing cargo and
ships stores. (JP 4-01.6)
A contract between the Maritime Administration and a steamshipcompany which, as general agent, exercises
administrative control over a government-owned ship for employment by the Military Sealift Command. Also
called GAA. See alsoMilitary Sealift Command. (JP 3-02.2)
Cargo without hazardous or dangerous properties and not requiringextra precautions for air transport.
Reductions of armed forces and armaments by allstates to levels required for internal security and for an
international peace force. Connotationis "total disarmament" by all states.
Cargo that is susceptible for loading in general, nonspecialized stowage areasor standard shipping containers
e.g., boxes, barrels, bales, crates, packages, bundles, andpallets.
Those engineering capabilities and activities, other than combatengineering, that modify, maintain, or protect
the physical environment. Examples include:the construction, repair, maintenance, and operation of
infrastructure, facilities, lines ofcommunication and bases terrain modification and repair and selected
explosive hazardactivities. Also called GE. (JP 3-34)
A map of small scale used for general planning purposes. See also map.
Intelligence concerning the (1) military capabilities of foreigncountries or organizations or (2) topics affecting
potential US or multinational militaryoperations, relating to the following subjects: armed forces capabilities,
including order ofbattle, organization, training, tactics, doctrine, strategy, and other factors bearing on
militarystrength and effectiveness area and terrain intelligence, including urban areas, coasts andlanding
beaches, and meteorological, oceanographic, and geological intelligencetransportation in all modes military
materiel production and support industries militaryand civilian communications systems military economics,
including foreign militaryassistance insurgency and terrorism military-political-sociological intelligence
location,identification, and description of military-related installations government control escapeand evasion
and threats and forecasts. (Excludes scientific and technical intelligence.)Also called GMI. See also intelligence
military intelligence. (JP 2-0)

1. Permanent instructions, issued in order form, that apply to all members ofa command, as compared with
special orders, which affect only individuals or small groups.General orders are usually concerned with matters
of policy or administration. 2. A seriesof permanent guard orders that govern the duties of a sentry on post.

Agents who have been appointed in the principal overseas areasto supervise, control, coordinate, negotiate,
and develop the local procurement of supplies,services, and facilities by Armed Forces of the United States, in
order that the most effectiveutilization may be made of local resources and production.
A condition of readiness when naval action is imminent. All battle stationsare fully manned and alert
ammunition is ready for instant loading guns and guided missilelaunchers may be loaded.
A group of officers in the headquarters of Army or Marine divisions, Marinebrigades, and aircraft wings, or
similar or larger units that assist their commanders in planning, coordinating, and supervising operations. A
general staff may consist of four or moreprincipal functional sections: personnel (G-1), military intelligence (G-
2), operations andtraining (G-3), logistics (G-4), and (in Army organizations) civil affairs and militarygovernment
(G-5). (A particular section may be added or eliminated by the commander,dependent upon the need that has
been demonstrated.) The comparable Air Force staff isfound in the wing and larger units, with sections
designated personnel, operations, etc. G-2Air and G-3 Air are Army officers assigned to G-2 or G-3 at division,
corps, and Armyheadquarters level who assist in planning and coordinating joint operations of ground andair
units. Naval staffs ordinarily are not organized on these lines, but when they are, theyare designated N-1, N-2,
etc. Similarly, a joint staff may be designated J-1, J-2, etc. InArmy brigades and smaller units and in Marine
Corps units smaller than a brigade oraircraft wing, staff sections are designated S-1, S-2, etc., with
corresponding duties referredto as a unit staff in the Army and as an executive staff in the Marine Corps. See
The percentage of a group of vehicles in battle formation likelyto be stopped by mines when attempting to
cross a minefield.
1. That support which is given to the supported force as a whole and notto any particular subdivision thereof.
See also close support direct support mutualsupport support. 2. (DOD only) A tactical artillery mission. Also
called GS. See alsodirect support general support-reinforcing reinforcing.
Artillery which executes the fire directed by the commander ofthe unit to which it organically belongs or is
attached. It fires in support of the operation asa whole rather than in support of a specific subordinate unit.
Also called GSA. See alsodirect support artillery general support-reinforcing reinforcing.
General support-reinforcing artillery has the mission ofsupporting the force as a whole and of providing
reinforcing fires for other artillery units.Also called GSR. See also direct support artillery reinforcing.
In amphibious operations, that part of the ship-to-shoremovement in which unloading is primarily logistic in
character, and emphasizes speed andvolume of unloading operations. It encompasses the unloading of units
and cargo from theships as rapidly as facilities on the beach permit. It proceeds without regard to class, type,or
priority of cargo, as permitted by cargo handling facilities ashore. See also initialunloading period.
Armed conflict between major powers in which the total resources of thebelligerents are employed, and the
national survival of a major belligerent is in jeopardy.
The preparation of successive positive and/or negativereproductions from an original negative and/or positive
(first-generation). For example,the first positive produced from an original negative is a second-generation
product the negative made from this positive is a third-generation product and the next positive orprint from
that negative is a fourth-generation product.
The quantities of latitude and longitude which define the positionof a point on the surface of the Earth with
respect to the reference spheroid. See alsocoordinates.
A means of indicating position, usually expressed either asdouble letters or as code words that are established
in operation orders or by other means.
A worldwide position reference system that may be applied to any map or chartgraduated in latitude and
longitude regardless of projection. It is a method of expressinglatitude and longitude in a form suitable for
rapid reporting and plotting. (This term isderived from the words "The World Geographic Reference System.")
Those engineering capabilities and activities that contribute to aclear understanding of the physical
environment by providing geospatial information andservices to commanders and staffs. Examples include:
terrain analyses, terrain visualization,digitized terrain products, nonstandard tailored map products, precision
survey, geospatialdata management, baseline survey data, and force beddown analysis. See also
geospatialinformation and services. (JP 3-34)
Information that identifies the geographic location and characteristicsof natural or constructed features and
boundaries on the Earth, including: statistical dataand information derived from, among other things, remote
sensing, mapping, and surveyingtechnologies and mapping, charting, geodetic data and related products. (JP 2-
03)
The collection, information extraction, storage,dissemination, and exploitation of geodetic, geomagnetic,
imagery (both commercial andnational source), gravimetric, aeronautical, topographic, hydrographic, littoral,
cultural,and toponymic data accurately referenced to a precise location on the Earths surface.Geospatial
services include tools that enable users to access and manipulate data, and alsoinclude instruction, training,
laboratory support, and guidance for the use of geospatialdata. Also called GI&S. (JP 2-03)
The exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial informationto describe, assess, and visually depict
physical features and geographically referencedactivities on the Earth. Geospatial intelligence consists of
imagery, imagery intelligence,and geospatial information. Also called GEOINT. (JP 2-03)
Preassembled package of selected maps, charts,and other geographic materials of various scales to support the
planning and conduct ofnoncombatant evacuation operations in selected countries or areas. Also called GCP.
NOTE:Geospatial-intelligence contingency packages are replacing NEOPACKs when updated.See also
noncombatant evacuation operations noncombatant evacuees. (JP 3-68)
A bomb fitted with airfoils to provide lift and which is carried and released in thedirection of a target by an
airplane.
In a flight control system, a control mode in which an aircraft is automaticallypositioned to the center of the
glide slope course.
The Air Mobility Commands aerial portoperations and management information system designed to support
automated cargo andpassenger processing, the reporting of in-transit visibility data to the Global
TransportationNetwork, and billing to Air Mobility Commands financial management directorate. Alsocalled
GATES. See also Air Mobility Command Global Transportation Network.(JP 3-17)
A strategy that provides information interoperability acrosscombat support functions and between combat
support and command and control functionsthrough the Global Command and Control System. Also called
GCSS. See also combatforces combat support. (JP 4-0)
A deployable command and control systemsupporting forces for joint and multinational operations across the
range of military operationswith compatible, interoperable, and integrated communications systems. Also
called GCCS.See also command and control command and control system. (JP 6-0)
Command and control system for Air Mobility Commandsmobility airlift and air refueling assets. Provides
aircraft schedules, arrival and/or departure,and aircraft status data to support in-transit visibility of aircraft and
aircrews. Also calledGDSS. See also Air Mobility Command in-transit visibility. (JP 3-17)
The process that synchronizes and integrates fulfillment of joint forcerequirements with employment of the
joint force. It provides national resources (personneland materiel) to support execution of joint operations. The
ultimate objective of this processis the effective and efficient accomplishment of the joint force mission. See
also distribution.(JP 4-09)
The process of providing materiel from the source of supplyto its point of consumption or use on a worldwide
basis. See also global distribution. (JP 4-09)
The globally interconnected, end-to-end set of informationcapabilities, associated processes and personnel for
collecting, processing, storing,disseminating, and managing information on demand to warfighters, policy
makers, andsupport personnel. The Global Information Grid includes owned and leased communicationsand
computing systems and services, software (including applications), data, securityservices, other associated
services and National Security Systems. Also called GIG. Seealso grid information. (JP 6-0)

The worldwide interconnection of communicationsnetworks, computers, databases, and consumer electronics
that make vast amounts ofinformation available to users. The global information infrastructure encompasses a
widerange of equipment, including cameras, scanners, keyboards, facsimile machines, computers,switches,
compact disks, video and audio tape, cable, wire, satellites, fiber-optic transmissionlines, networks of all types,
televisions, monitors, printers, and much more. The friendlyand adversary personnel who make decisions and
handle the transmitted informationconstitute a critical component of the global information infrastructure.
Also called GII.See also defense information infrastructure information information system nationalinformation
infrastructure. (JP 3-13)
United States Strategic Command operational elementresponsible for: providing global satellite
communications system status maintaining globalsituational awareness to include each combatant
commanders planned and current operationsas well as contingency plans supporting radio frequency
interference resolutionmanagement supporting satellite anomaly resolution and management facilitating
satellitecommunications interface to the defense information infrastructure and managing theregional satellite
communications support centers. Also called GNC. (JP 6-0)
A joint activity reporting directly to theCommander, US Transportation Command, the Department of Defense
single manager forthe strategic and continental United States regulation and movement of uniformed
servicesand other authorized patients. The Global Patient Movement Requirements Center providesmedical
regulating and aeromedical evacuation scheduling for the continental United Statesand intertheater operations
and provides support to the theater patient movement requirementscenters. The Global Patient Movement
Requirements Center coordinates with supportingresource providers to identify available assets and
communicates transport to bed plans tothe appropriate transportation agency for execution. Also called
GPMRC. See also medicaltreatment facility. (JP 4-02)
A satellite constellation that provides highly accurate position,velocity, and time navigation information to
users. Also called GPS.
The integrated process of satisfying transportationrequirements using the Defense Transportation System to
meet national security objectives.The process begins with planning, programming, and budgeting for
transportation assets,services, and associated systems and continues through delivery of the users
transportationmovement requirements. Also called GTM. See also Defense Transportation SystemGlobal
Transportation Network. (JP 4-01)
The automated support necessary to enable USTransportation Command and its components to provide global
transportation management.The Global Transportation Network provides the integrated transportation data
and systemsnecessary to accomplish global transportation planning, command and control, and in-transit
visibility across the range of military operations. The designated Department of Defense in-transit visibility
system provides customers with the ability to track the identity,status, and location of Department of Defense
units and non-unit cargo, passengers, patients,forces, and military and commercial airlift, sealift, and surface
assets from origin todestination across the range of military operations. The Global Transportation
Networkcollects, integrates, and distributes transportation information to combatant commanders,Services,
and other Department of Defense customers. Global Transportation Networkprovides US Transportation
Command with the ability to perform command and controloperations, planning and analysis, and business
operations in tailoring customer requirementsthroughout the requirements process. Also called GTN. See also
global transportationmanagement in-transit visibility United States Transportation Command. (JP 3-17)
The condition or state of operability of a component or system: "go," functioningproperly or "no-go," not
functioning properly. Alternatively, a critical point at which adecision to proceed or not must be made.
In the context of joint operation planning, those aspects of the situation(or externally imposed factors) that the
commander deems critical to the accomplishmentof the mission. (JP 5-0)
Those ships to which the US Governmentholds title and which the Military Sealift Command operates under a
contract (i.e.,nongovernment-manned). These ships are designated United States Naval Ships and usethe prefix
"USNS" with the ship name and the letter "T" as a prefix to the ship classification(e.g., T-AKR). See also Military
Sealift Command United States Naval Ship. (JP 3-02.2)
Those ships to which theUS Government holds title and which the Military Sealift Command operates with
USGovernment (civil service) employees. These ships are designated United States NavalShips and use the
prefix "USNS" with the ship name and the letter "T" as a prefix to theship classification (e.g., T-AKR). See also
Military Sealift Command United StatesNaval Ship. (JP 3-02.2)
The rate of inclination to horizontal expressed as a ratio, such as 1:25, indicating aone unit rise to 25 units of
horizontal distance. (JP 4-01.6)
In mine warfare, a circuit which is actuated when the rate of change,with time, of the magnitude of the
influence is within predetermined limits.
See national security strategy.
Any and all products of the cartographic and photogrammetric art. A graphicmay be a map, chart, or mosaic or
even a film strip that was produced using cartographictechniques.
A graduated line by means of which distances on the map, chart, orphotograph may be measured in terms of
ground distance. See also scale.
In naval mine warfare, a device fitted to a mine mooring designed to grapple thesweep wire when the mooring
is cut.
1. In cartography, a network of lines representing the Earths parallels oflatitude and meridians of longitude. 2.
In imagery interpretation, see reticle.
In cartography, short lines indicating where selected meridians and parallelsintersect.
A program that provides for search, recovery, tentativeidentification, and evacuation or temporary interment.
Temporary interment is onlyauthorized by the geographic combatant commander. Disposition of personal
effects isincluded in this program. See also personal effects. (JP 4-06)
The extraction of cargoes from the aircraft by influence of their ownweight. See also extraction parachute.
Fire approximately parallel to the ground where the c