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  • HMAS (category Australian English)
    Her Majesty's Australian Ship Wikipedia HMAS (nautical, military, Australia) Her Majesty's Australian Ship. The designation of Australian ships and naval
    864 bytes (74 words) - 00:39, 24 July 2016
  • DSC (category Australian English)
    Digital Still Camera, more commonly called a digital camera. (military, Britain, US, Australia) Distinguished Service Cross (nautical, radio telephony) digital
    897 bytes (74 words) - 23:17, 22 July 2016
  • lieutenant (category Australian English)
    the rank above sub-lieutenant and below lieutenant commander. (military, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) A naval officer who holds the rank above sub-lieutenant
    8 KB (384 words) - 22:43, 21 July 2016
  • VFL (category Australian English)
    1941. In 1942, however, the VFL lost half of its football fields to ancillary and military services. (Australia, sports) Victorian Football League; a second-tier
    2 KB (217 words) - 00:38, 23 July 2016
  • Bumfuck, Egypt (category English military slang)
    Bumfuck Bumfuck, Egypt (vulgar, idiomatic, US, originally military slang) The middle of nowhere. 1991, William H. Labarge, Hornet's Nest, p. 96 One
    923 bytes (79 words) - 22:50, 23 July 2016
  • URL (category en:Military)
    Acronym; England, Australia, etc: IPA(key): /ɜːl/ Acronym; USA: IPA(key): /ɝl/ Rhymes: -ɜː(r)l Homophones: earl Initialism; England, Australia, etc: IPA(key):
    2 KB (77 words) - 20:35, 21 July 2016
  • unit (category Australian English)
    member of a military organization military: military element with prescribed structure military: subdivision in a task force military: standard
    12 KB (778 words) - 03:18, 13 June 2016
  • SAS (category Australian English)
    (Britain, Australia, New Zealand, military) Special Air Service; an elite unit of the British army. Similar units operate in the Australian and New Zealand
    992 bytes (91 words) - 14:16, 22 July 2016
  • beat up (category English military slang)
    mistake. (military, WW2 air pilots' usage) Repeatedly bomb a military target or targets. To get something done, derived from the idea of beating for
    10 KB (1,058 words) - 19:33, 22 July 2016
  • bogie (category Australian English)
    etc. Alternative form of bogey: various hostile supernatural creatures, especially (Ulster Scots) a ghost. (Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, rail
    2 KB (159 words) - 23:03, 21 July 2016
  • God botherer (category English military slang)
    excessively pious person. (Britain, military slang) A military chaplain. God-bothering (persistent promoter of religious beliefs): Bible basher, Bible
    813 bytes (75 words) - 14:15, 22 July 2016
  • prang (category English military slang)
    ‎(plural prangs) (dated, military slang) A bombing raid. (slang, dated) An aeroplane crash. 2011, Bill Marsh, Great South Australia Stories, HarperCollins
    6 KB (534 words) - 15:00, 22 July 2016
  • trooper (category Australian English)
    French troupe. Sense of cavalry soldier attested 1640, mounted policeman 1858 (Australia), state policeman 1911 (US). The sense of "one who endures adversity"
    2 KB (182 words) - 17:04, 22 July 2016
  • sub-lieutenant (category Australian English)
    sub-lieutenants) (military, navy) A commissioned officer of the navy whose rank is immediately below that of a lieutenant. (Britain) A commissioned officer of the Royal
    1 KB (82 words) - 23:34, 21 July 2016
  • four by two (category Australian English)
    four-by-two four by two ‎(plural four by twos) (Australia, Britain, New Zealand) A length of sawn wood of cross section 4 inches by 2 inches, most often
    2 KB (249 words) - 21:31, 22 July 2016
  • sprog (category Australian English)
    make-believe (p232) is right next door. (Britain, military, RAF, slang) A new recruit. (uncountable, Australia, slang) Semen. (countable, slang) A deflection-limiting
    5 KB (356 words) - 13:14, 25 July 2016
  • skivvy (category English military slang)
    Theresa, and so much has happened since then.” (military slang, Vietnam War) A prostitute. (Australia, New Zealand) A close-fitting, long-sleeved t-shirt
    5 KB (334 words) - 17:29, 23 July 2016
  • pocket (category Australian English)
    pocket of natural gas.‎ (Australia) An area of land surrounded by a loop of a river. (Australian rules football) The area of the field to the side of the
    15 KB (969 words) - 23:45, 21 July 2016
  • major (category Australian English)
    and MAJ. majority sergeant-major military rank From Middle English major, from Latin maior, comparative of magnus ‎(“great”), from Proto-Indo-European
    13 KB (922 words) - 21:56, 21 July 2016
  • battle axe (category Australian English)
    battle-ax, battleax battle axe ‎(plural battle axes) An ancient military weapon, an axe designed for combat. 1786: Another battle-ax, in the same
    3 KB (165 words) - 20:50, 22 July 2016

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