Military Slang in English Speaking Countries

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Military Slang in English Speaking Countries
Military slang in English speaking countries is a fascinating form of English because it applies to situations differently than civilians would like for such language to apply. Often military personnel will use abbreviations for complex items that are pertinent to combat situations. Other times, words are used that are euphemisms intended to neutralize the gory implications of the activity being described. Military English is clipped, concise, and intended to convey information quicker with regard to the pertinent issue.
On the Canadian army’s own forum site, there is an excellent example of how the military has adapted to their needs so that certain information can be conveyed faster. Military...
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..... such a serious deadly job has so many jokes and even attractive language built into its daily jargon.
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