Business Insider website shares a somewhat interesting explanation of some slang words, phrases and terminology that has filtered into everyday communications through soldiers merging back into society. I had to laugh at a few of these terms because some of my family members still use them even after 20 years of being a civilian.
What terms and meaning are you familiar with that are not on this list ?
High and tight : very short haircut
Bravo Zulu or “BZ.”: Same as saying “Well Done”
Hit the head : Heading to the restroom
Mandatory fun: command to attend an event
Hooah: anything requiring abundant enthusiasm
Got your 6. I got your back. ( 6 means behind you)
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