hi there

would you please help me in finding military terminology?

ASAP

thanks in advance
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Hi Sadeem,

What types of words do you need to know? It's a very broad topic - everything from marching commands to ranks to types of tanks. Can you be more specific?
Here's a page of glossaries, Sadeem:

http://dmoz.org/Reference/Dictionaries/By_Subject/Military /

I hope you're not planning a coup at English Forums. Emotion: tongue tied

MrP
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hi there

thanks fro the link ..

actually I want some vocabulary to help me follow the caps in the movies Emotion: smile also, someguys i know want to get Ma in their branch of military Emotion: smile

That's all

by teh way what does coup mean?
Coup d'etat means a hostile takeover. It's often just spoken as a "coup."

What is an Ma in this context?

If you have any specific examples that are confusing you, let me know. I was in the Navy, not the Army, but most of it should be pretty similar.
Grammar GeekCoup d'etat means a hostile takeover. It's often just spoken as a "coup."

What is an Ma in this context?

If you have any specific examples that are confusing you, let me know. I was in the Navy, not the Army, but most of it should be pretty similar.

hi

thanks for clarification

MA means master degree
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i need commands ,some common salutes, ranks and how to request and provide personal information in a military force, i would appretiate if you help me out Emotion: big smile.
The link above from Mr. M. has some good ones.

A salute is a physical move, so I don't know how to help you with that one.

Here's a link for ranks in the U.S. armed forces.

I'm not sure what you mean about peronal information in a military force - no one will, for example, give you a list of names and addresses of the people in a specific unit. Can you restate what you need and I can try to help you?

(My knowledge is limited to the the U.S. If you want information on other countries, I can't help you.)
Hello, I was wondering if you knew of a site where I could find French-English translations of military vocabulary?

Thanks for any help
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