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Adopting-an-Airman at BMT Graduation

Nearly 35,000 men and women graduate from Air Force basic training every year. Recruit graduation is the culmination of weeks of physical and mental training and the most significant accomplishment in their life. Unfortunately, many recruits have no family members who attend graduation. However, there is a way for families attending graduation to fill the… Read More ›

The Military Phonetic Alphabet

Welcome to the world of military terms, phrases, acronyms, and alphabet. Don’t feel bad if you find understanding your recruit’s new lingo, you aren’t alone. You can start learning the phonetic alphabet to make you look cool to your new service member. The first phrase you can learn is Bravo Zulu – Good Job or… Read More ›

What not to call your Service Member?

Are you a ‘newbie’ to the military? Do you often feel overwhelmed by all the new military jargon and terminology? Don’t feel bad! The June 2020 edition of the Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms has over 360 pages – and that doesn’t include the 1000s of informal acronyms and phrases service… Read More ›

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