ilitary salutes and addressing category
Posted by Barcaluv some time ago
"I don't know, but I've been told..." what?
Posted by MsVicki some time ago
What is the correct way to write a retired military officers rank on a wedding invitation?
Posted by Coheed some time ago
When women are knighted are they also called 'sir's?
Posted by medzmanrx some time ago
Where can you find the regulation/field manual/DA Pam that covers the propery courtesy when a ranking officer enters a military treatment facility? Is it to call "at ease" since patient care is taking place?
Posted by Anonymous some time ago
I'm a coast guard rescue swimmer and i want to know would you lay your life down for someone you dont even know,to let them live because i'm willing too just are you
Posted by chiwasnm some time ago
How does a Colonel address a Lieutenant Colonel in daily conversation, and how does a General address another General in daily conversation?
Posted by simpsongeorgia some time ago
What is the proper way to address a wedding envelope to a retired Army General?
Posted by Knohea some time ago
Why is the term "TOP" used sometimes when addressing a USMC Master Sergeant? Is there a history behind this term?
Posted by Maxima some time ago
Does a Warrant Officer salute a 1st or 2nd Lieutenant?
Posted by misshell on fire some time ago
Don't you think that peace enforcer is an oxymoron?
Posted by Nelson - Jetpacking from bed some time ago
NO POINTS PLEASE!!! Just a simple question. Who here is a brother or sister in arms? Keep the answers simple. 1984-1989: US Army. Shout out!
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