How do you say OK in military terms?

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Ok and the diary of William RichardsonThe word ok has another origin, a date prior to the one mentioned is in 1815 when William Richardson was traveling from Boston to New Orleans and wrote in his diary “I arrived at Princeton…ok and at Trenton, where I dined at 1 o’clock in the afternoon”. However, the date considered official is the one used in the Boston Morning Post newspaper.Young people and the word okIt is also believed that the word ok was used in 1830, when young intellectuals in Boston used humor codes with misspellings: they used ok to refer to “Oll Korrect”.Ok and today Today, the word ok is used with different variations such as “oki doki”, “okis”, “okas”.

Ok historical significance

In such cases it is necessary to collate, or collate, the transmission, which consists of repeating the instructions received, although this need not be verbatim, to demonstrate that they have been received correctly. For example:

The implementation of standard phraseology, although courtesy expressions can be included as in the previous example, and collation are an almost direct consequence of the Los Rodeos accident, produced because the commander of the KLM 747 thought he was authorized to take off when in fact he was not.

Military vocabulary

The green sleeves allude to the Santa Hermandad, a body that we could say was the great grandfather of the Guardia Civil and that was created by Isabel I for the defense of the towns and roads of Castile against bandits, noblemen’s mesnadas levantiscos and if it happened the incursions of the Muslims. But indeed in the kingdom of Aragon was not implanted remaining different brotherhoods , among them and in Barcelona the Somaten.

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@WandenBergh #17Close “OK” is very previous in use to WWI, since the 19th century who told you that? It’s attributed to the American president who signed OK for the popular incorrect form of “orl korrekt”…. OK I was given that it was from the American civil war, from when they were coming back from skirmishes and writing down the dead on the slate 0 Killled, –> OK.

“OK” long predates WWI in use, from the 19th century who told you that? It is attributed to the American president who signed OK for the popular incorrect form of “orl korrekt”….

Porque se dice mi en el ejército argentino

El artículo da cuenta de cuáles fueron los discursos y representaciones sobre emociones y enfermedades que se generaron dentro de una comunidad emocional conformada por altos mandos militares, cuerpo médico y soldados a lo largo de tres conflictos bélicos -Primera Guerra Mundial, Segunda Guerra Mundial y guerra de Vietnam-, todo a partir de una serie de testimonios escritos y orales de los participantes. De esta forma, con el concepto comunidad emocional se identificaron palabras y frases -con su variabilidad semántica y gramatical- por donde transitaron las definiciones de los trastornos de conducta y cambios de personalidad de los soldados. Un tema que requiere ser estudiado en un período de larga duración para observar cómo ciertos términos acabaron imponiéndose sobre otros.

El artículo da cuenta de los discursos y las representaciones de las emociones y las enfermedades que surgieron en el seno de una comunidad emocional formada por oficiales militares superiores, miembros del cuerpo médico y soldados a lo largo de tres guerras: La Primera Guerra Mundial, la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la Guerra de Vietnam. Se basa enteramente en una serie de testimonios escritos y orales de los participantes. Así, utilizando el concepto de comunidad emocional, se identificaron ciertas palabras y frases -con sus variaciones semánticas y gramaticales- por las que habían pasado las definiciones de los trastornos de conducta y los cambios de personalidad de los soldados. Se trata de un tema que debe estudiarse durante un largo período de tiempo para observar cómo ciertos términos llegaron a predominar sobre otros.

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