For better or worse, gossip is a fact of American life. We have entire media industries built on spreading rumors and churning the gossip mill. The motivation is always clear: Smut sells.
These media hubs wouldn’t exist without an audience. For whatever reason there’s a segment of our population that loves the smell of dirty laundry. It happens in Hollywood, it happens in suburbia and it happens in the military, too.
If you searched for this article and are reading it, chances are you are in a very special group of American parents known as Blue Star parents. Welcome aboard!
The “Blue Star” refers to a star on a banner that the family of a service member, serving during a time of war, displays. This tradition of displaying a Blue Star banner or flag dates back to WWI. It is a public symbol of your child’s service to our Country. See More
Have you ever talked to your soldier and had to ask for him or her to interpret what was just said? The military, like many other professions, has commonly used terms and acronyms. Like any other professional, soldiers have learned the language of their profession.
Here’s a brief list as an introduction to these military acronyms and terms. See More