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PJ

PJ  n.— «Upon graduating in 1999, Plite joined the Air Force. He applied and was accepted into the “most grueling training pipeline the military has to offer,” Herter explained. “That training was to become a...

thunder run

thunder run  n.— «“Looks to me like a ‘Thunder Run,’” I said, recalling reconnaissance-in-force operations of that name I’d seen near the Y Bridge in Vietnam in 1968.…A “Thunder Run” was a unit of armor and...

agribition

agribition  n.— «Besides learning a new word—agribition, referring to farm-related shows—in researching the school, I became acquainted with guard Obie Trotter, who leads Division I in steals.» —“ No. 16s will have their day—someday...

3-K job

3-K job  n.— «With Japanese youth shying from so-called 3-K jobs—referring to the Japanese words for labor that is dirty, dangerous or physically taxing—Alsok, the nation’s second-largest security guard company, has developed a line of...

ciao

ciao  n.— «“All those who have chosen public safety as a career, corrections officers and police officers, your byword is “ciao,”” said the Rev. John S. Schiavone, adding the word is slang for “I am your servant...

mayor’s cell

mayor’s cell  n.— «We set up the QRF and such, but the guard duty was run by the mayor’s cell on a DA6 (we had nothing to do with them).» —“Gate Guards” by Pete C. Usenet: alt.folklore.military June 23, 1999...