By Sheryl Garrett
Sturdy learn for a primary time army family members. try it out on the library first, then if you would like it purchase it. usual stuff i've got heard repeatedly.
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Just when you think you’re getting ahead, you’re back at square one! Don’t worry about it: Everyone is in the same boat. Even though there is a movement afoot to think “purple” (terms and programs that transcend all services), each branch of service likes its own service idiosyncrasies. So just embrace your service’s culture and language freely. Once you understand the natives, you’ll begin to settle in. Embracing the Place Where Everybody Knows Your Name Forget keeping up with the Joneses. The military is a great equalizer.
15 16 Part I: Reporting for Duty Speaking in Code: Learning the Military Language So what does it mean when you’re telling your family and friends about your impending move and they’re looking at you like you’ve grown three heads? Stop wondering — you’ve become the latest victim of speaking in military colloquialisms and acronyms. Don’t worry: Everyone is guilty of it. Even though you may resist the necessity of learning a second language, eventually, your hand is forced. You try to maintain English as your preferred language, but you find yourself unable to converse with your peers because you don’t speak the same language.
The housing areas are laid out very much like any other street and community you might see in your hometown and can include playgrounds, skate parks, and other amenities for the residents. ߜ Billeting/Lodging facilities: Lodging facilities range from single rooms to larger accommodations designed for families. The larger accommodations are generally called temporary lodging facilities (TLFs). To get an idea of what these are like, imagine an extended stay hotel. TLFs are meant to accommodate families and vary in size, but typically have separate bedrooms, a complete kitchen, eating and living area.
A Family's Guide to the Military For Dummies by Sheryl Garrett