closeHello! Click here if you would like to know what Factolex is about.

Military designation of days and hours

Start collecting facts
These are the best facts for Military designation of days and hours, collected by our users from the web:
(You can find the source through the icon at the end of each fact)
  1. Those entries marked (US) are specific to the U.S., and defined only in Joint Publication JP 1-02, Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

    Source: Wikipedia Unhappy with this fact? more info
    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. within the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation , is specified in AAP-6 (STANAG 3680), NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions, and marked (NATO) in what follows

    Source: Wikipedia Unhappy with this fact? more info
    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  3. References to days (or hours) preceding or following a designated day (or hour) use a plus or minus sign and an Arabic numeral following the letter

    Source: Wikipedia Unhappy with this fact? more info
    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  4. For example, "D−3" is 3 days prior to D-day, "C+7" is 7 days after C-day, "H−2" is 2 hours before H-hour, and so forth (ref: FM 101-5-1 Operational Terms & Graphics (U.S.))

    Source: Wikipedia Unhappy with this fact? more info
    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  5. In less formal contexts, the time is usually spelled out, so that "D−3" becomes "D minus three" or "D minus 3"

    Source: Wikipedia Unhappy with this fact? more info
    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
Do you know more? Submit a new fact

Add a new fact

A fact should only contain one sentence, describing an aspect of the term.

Fact
Example: located on the west coast of the U.S
Source
Tags
optional

Example: geography location -- separate tags with spaces

Add one more fact or give me some inspiration from:

More lexica »Featured Lexica

Look at what our users have created already.

Feedback

Please tell us what you think about our project

Contribute

On Factolex you can add facts and terms that you believe are missing.

To be sure that the term hasn't already been entered, please use the search function before doing so.

Home  |  About  |  FAQ  |  Feedback  |  Tools  |  Stats  |  Contact Us  |  API  |  Blog
Change language to: