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MILITARY ALPHABET

A – Alpha

B – Bravo

C – Charlie

D – Delta

E – Echo

F – Foxtrot

G – Golf

H – Hotel

I – India

J – Juliet

K – Kilo

L – Lima

M – Mike

N – November

O – Oscar

P – Papa

Q – Quebec

R – Romeo

S – Sierra

T – Tango

U – Uniform

V – Victor

W – Whiskey

X – X-Ray

Y – Yankee

Z – Zulu


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MILITARY RANKS

U.S. Air Force

E-1 – Airman Basic

E-2 – Airman

E-3 – Airman First Class

E-4 – Senior Airman

E-5 – Staff Sergeant

E-6 – Technical Sergeant

E-7 – Master Sergeant

– First Sergeant

E-8 – Senior Master Sergeant

– First Sergeant

E-9 – Chief Master Sergeant

– First Sergeant

– Command Chief Master Sergeant

– Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force

O-1 – Second Lieutenant

O-2 – First Lieutenant

O-3 – Captain

O-4 – Major

O-5 – Lieutenant Colonel

O-6 – Colonel

O-7 – Brigadier General

O-8 – Major General

O-9 – Lieutenant General

O-10 – General

U.S. Army

E-1 – Private E-1

E-2 – Private E-2

E-3 -Private First Class

E-4 – Corporal

– Specialist

E-5 – Sergeant

E-6 – Staff Sergeant

E-7 -Sergeant First Class

E-8 – Master Sergeant

– First Sergeant

E-9 – Sergeant Major

– Command Sergeant Major

– Sergeant Major of the Army

W-1 – Warrant Officer

W-2 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-3 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-4 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-5 – Chief Warrant Officer

O-1 – Second Lieutenant

O-2 – First Lieutenant

O-3 – Captain

O-4 – Major

O-5 – Lieutenant Colonel

O-6 – Colonel

O-7 – Brigadier General

O-8 – Major General

O-9 – Lieutenant General

O-10 – General

– General of the Army

Coast Guard

E-1 – Seaman Recruit

E-2 – Seaman Apprentice

E-3 – Seaman

E-4 – Petty Officer Third Class

E-5 – Petty Officer Second Class

E-6 – Petty Officer First Class

E-7 – Chief Petty Officer

E-8 – Senior Chief Petty Officer

E-9 – Master Chief Petty Officer

– Command Master Chief

– Master Chief Petty Officer of the CG

W-2 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-3 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-4 – Chief Warrant Officer

O-1 – Ensign

O-2 – Lieutenant Junior Grade

O-3 – Lieutenant

O-4 – Lieutenant Commander

O-5 – Commander

O-6 – Captain

O-7 – Rear Admiral (Lower Half)

O-8 – Rear Admiral (Upper Half)

O-9 – Vice Admiral

O-10 – Admiral

U.S. Marine Corps

E-1 – Private

E-2 – Private First Class

E-3 – Lance Corporal

E-4 – Corporal

E-5 – Sergeant

E-6 – Staff Sergeant

E-7 – Gunnery Sergeant

E-8 – Master Sergeant

– First Sergeant

E-9 – Master Gunnery Sergeant

– Sergeant Major

– Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps

W-1 – Warrant Officer

W-2 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-3 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-4 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-5 – Chief Warrant Officer

O-1 – Second Lieutenant

O-2 -First Lieutenant

O-3 – Captain

O-4 – Major

O-5 – Lieutenant Colonel

O-6 – Colonel

O-7 – Brigadier General

O-8 – Major General

O-9 – Lieutenant General

O-10 – General

U.S. Navy

E-1 – Seaman Recruit

E-2 – Seaman Apprentice

E-3 – Seaman

E-4 – Petty Officer Third Class

E-5 – Petty Officer Second Class

E-6 – Petty Officer First Class

E-7 – Chief Petty Officer

E-8 – Senior Chief Petty Officer

E-9 – Master Chief Petty Officer

– Force or Fleet Command Master Chief Petty Officer
W-2 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-3 – Chief Warrant Officer

W-4 – Chief Warrant Officer

O-1 – Ensign

O-2 – Lieutenant Junior Grade

O-3 – Lieutenant

O-4 – Lieutenant Commander

O-5 – Commander

O-6 – Captain

O-7 – Rear Admiral (Lower Half)

O-8 – Rear Admiral (Upper Half)

O-9 – Vice Admiral

O-10 – Admiral

– Fleet Admiral


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Military Time Conversion

Civilian Time

Midnight (12:00 AM)

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ACRONYMS

A

A/C – Aircraft

ACU – Army Combat Uniform

AIT – Advanced Individual Training

ANSI – American National Standards Institute

AOG – Aircraft On Ground

APICS – American Production & Inventory Control Society

ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials

ATE – Automated Test Equipment

ATO – Assemble To Order

B

B2B – Business To Business

BCT – Basic Combat Training

BGA – Ball Grid Array

BMP – Best Manufacturing Practices

BOH – Balance On Hand

BOM – Bill of Materials

BTF – Build To Forecast

BTO – Build To Order

BTS – Build To Stock

C

CAD – Computer Aided Design

CAE – Competer Aided Engineering

CAGE – Commercial And Government Entity (as in CAGE Code)

CALS – Continuous Acquisition & Life Cycle Support

CBP – Customs & Border Protection

CCA – Circuit Card Assembly

CCR – Central Contractor Registration

CCS – Central Control Ship; Container Control Site

CMI – Customer Managed Inventory

CofC – Certificate of Compliance/Conformance

CONOPS – Concept of Operations

CPM – Certified Purchasing Manager

CQA – Certified Quality Auditor

CQE – Certified Quality Engineer

CSI – Customer Satisfaction Index

D

DAQ – Data Acquisition

DBMS – Database Management System

DC – Date Code

DEFCON – Defense Readiness Condition

DHS – Department of Homeland Security

DIP – Dual In-Line Package

DLA – Defense Logistics Agency

DMSMS – Diminishing Manufacturing Sources & Material Shortage

DOD – Department of Defense

E

EAI – External Application Interface

ECO – Engineering/Electronic Change Order

EDGAR – Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval

EDWOSB – Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business

EFT – Electronic Funds Transfer

EIN/TIN – Employee Identification Number/Tax Identification Number

EOL – End-Of-Life

ERAI – Electronic Resellers Association International

ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning

ESD – Electrostatic Discharge

F

FA – Flexible Automation

FAA – Federal Aviation Administration

FAR – Federal Acquisition Regulation

FIFO – First In First Out

FOB – Freight On Board/Free On Board

FOD – Foreign Object Debris

FP – Flat Pack

FPCON – Force Protection Conditions FPCON Alpha, Bravo,Charlie, Delta.

FPT – Fine Pitch Technology

FRU – Field Replaceable Units

FUBAR – Frustrated Up Beyond All Recognition

G

GIDEP – Government Industry Data Exchange Program

HACCP – Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points

I

IC – Integrated Circuit

ICE – Immigration & Customs Enforcement

ICON – Imagery Communications and Operations Node; Intermediate Coordination Node

IR – Infrared

ISO – International Standards Organization

ITAR – International Traffic in Arms Regulations

J

JIT – Just In Time

K

KGD – Known Good Die

KPI – Key Preformance Indicator

L

LCC – Life Cycle Cost

LCL – Less Than Container Load

LDO – Laser Designator Operator

LIFO – Last In First Out

LP – Lean Production

LSI – Large Scale Intergration

LTL – Lead Time

LTL – Less Than Truckload

M

MADE – Manufacturing Automation & Design Exploration

MCS – Manufacturing Control System

MCT – Movement Control Team

MEMS – Micro-Electromechanical Systems

MILSPEC – Military Specification

MLB – Multi-Layer Board

MOLLE – Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment

MPS – Master Production Schedule

MRP – Materials Requirement Planning

MRP – Material Resources Planning

MSD – Moisture Sensitive Device

MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheet

N

NAICS – National Association of Woman Business Owners

NAWBO – Non-Destructive Testing

NDT – North American Industry Classiffcation System

NE – New Equipment, Condition

NIIN – National Item Indentification Number

NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology

NORAD – North American Aerospace Defense Command

NPI – New Product Introduction

NS – New Surplus, Condition

NSN – National Stock Number

O

OCR – Optical Character Recognition

OCS – Officer Candidate School

ODM – Orgional Design/Device Manufacture

OEM – Original Equipment Manufacturer

OS/D – Over Short Damaged

OSHA – Occupational Safety & Health Administration

OTC – OnTime Delivery To Commit Date

OTCR – OnTime Delivery Performance To Customer Request Date

OTED – One Touch Exchange of Die

P

PCA – Printed Circuit Assembly

PCB – Printed Circuit Board

PLC – Programmable Logic Controller

PM – Preventive Maintenance

PO – Purchase Order

POC – Point of Contact

PPM – Parts Per Million

PSN – Packet Switching Node; Public Switch Network

PWA – Printed Wiring

PWB – Printed Wiring Board

Q

QA – Quality Assurance

QMS – Quality Management System

QPL – Qualified Products List/ Qualifed Parts List

R

R&D – Research & Design

RFI – Radio Frequency Interference; Ready For Issue; Request For Information

RFP – Request For Proposal

RFQ – Request For Quotation

RMA – Return Material Authorization

ROA – Return on Assets

RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances

ROI – Return On Investment

ROP – Reorder Point

RPM – Revoultions Per Minute

RPM – Rapid Response Manufacturing

RTD – Research & Technical Development

RTM – Read The Manual

S

SCAR – Supplier Corrective Action Request

SCM – Supply Chain Management

SIP – Single-in-Line Package

SKU – Stock Keeping Unit

SMA – Surface Mount Assembly

SMC – Surface Mount Components

SMT – Surface Mount Technology

SO – Small Outline

SOIC – Small Outline Integrated Circuit

SOP – Standard Operating Procedure

SOT – Small Outline Transistor

SPC – Statistical Process Control

STB – Stock To Build

T

TAB – Tape Automated Bonding

TACT – Total Average Cycle Time

TBGA – Tape Ball Grid Array

TCM – Time Critical Manufacturing

TIN/EIN – Tax Identification Number/Employee Identification Number

TMP – Target Materials Program; Telecommunications Management Program

TQC – Total Quality Control

TQM – Total Quality Management

V

VAD – Value Added Distributor

VAR – Value Added Reseller

VFP – Very Fine Pitch

VLSI – Very Large Scale Integration

VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory

VSOIC – Very Small Outline IC

W

WMS – Warehouse Management System

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