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« on: 3 November 2008, 23:25:53 »


T: Russian tank designation (f.e. T-55, T-70, ...)

TANGO: T in NATO alphabet
Tactics: Military tactics (Greek: Taktik?, the art of organizing an army) are the techniques for using weapons and/or military units in combination for engaging and defeating an enemy in battle
TAC: Tactical air command (USA)
TACAIR: Tactical Aircraft / Tactical Air / Tactical Air Forces
TAM: Tanque Argentino Mediano
TARFU- Things Are Really Fucked Up, or Totally and Royally Fucked Up
TASFUWMAWST- Things Are So Fucked Up, We Might As Well Stop Trying
TAUFU- Totally And Utterly Fucked Up

Tellermine: German WWII antitankmine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tellermine)

TFS : Tactical figter squadron (USA)
TFW : Tactical fighter wing (USA)

TKN: Tankovyi Kompleks Nabludeniya, Tank Observation Complex

TNA: Tankovaya Navigatsionnaya Apparatura, Tank Navigation Equipment

TOG: TOG 1, 1A & 2: prototype British heavy tank designs produced in the early part of the Second World War
TOW Tube or wire guided missile

TT: Troop Transport (used during WWI)

TU: "Tango Uniform", Tits Up, dead, broken beyond repair

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