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Offline tuyetvan

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T́m hiểu về chữ ... TROOP
« on: November 14, 2022, 10:19:02 am »
không biết các bạn thế nào, chứ Vân , th́ confused chữ "troop" thiệt sự nó nghĩa là ǵ ??

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Re: T́m hiểu về chữ ... TROOP
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2022, 10:20:17 am »



How many soldiers is a troop?
Others, such as Bryan Garner, hold that any number of people can be referred to as troops, so long as there are at least two. But when the plural appears with a large number, it is understood to mean individuals: There were an estimated 150,000 troops in Iraq.

(btw, Bryan Garner là 1 luật sư ... hiểu thế này ... chữ TROOPS nói chung là chỉ 1 nhóm người - dĩ nhiên là nhiều hơn 2 ..... nhưng , nếu chữ TROOPS đi với 1 con số khỗng lồ , th́ nó không phải chỉ "1 nhóm người" nữa , mà nó chỉ "cá nhân" , tỉ dụ như ... TROOPS là 1 nhóm người (lính, hướng đạo sinh) ... nhưng 300,000 TROOPS th́ lại là 300,000 người lính , chứ không phải 300,000 nhóm người)




Does troop mean one soldier?
In the news media, troops is used as a stand-in for “soldiers.” Troop can refer to a group of soldiers, or Boy or Girl Scouts. But, conventionally, 1,000 troops is also used to mean 1,000 soldiers



What is group of soldiers called?
A brigade consists of a few battalions and anywhere from 3,000 to 5,000 soldiers. A colonel is generally in command. For historical reasons, armor and Ranger units of brigade size are called regiments, and the equivalent Special Forces units are called groups.

- Company (130-150 người lính) ... lănh đạo bởi A CAPTAIN
- Battalion (4-6 companies , khoăng 1000 người lính) ... TIỄU ĐOÀN ... lănh đạo bởi A LIEUTENANT COLONEL
- Briagade (a few battalions , khoăng 3000-5000 người lính) ... LỮ ĐOÀN ... lănh đạo bởi A COLONEL




What is a small group of soldiers called?
Squad. A small military unit consisting of ten to eleven soldiers, normally led by a staff sergeant. Platoon. A platoon is four squads: generally three rifle squads and one weapons squad, normally armed with machine guns and anti-tank weapons.



Why are they called troops?
A 'troop' was originally the collective noun for a platoon of cavalry, the singular is 'trooper'. Thus the original meaning of the plural 'troops' was many platoons of cavalry, not many individual cavalrymen or infantrymen.



What are synonyms for troops?
troop
group.
band.
body.
company.
crowd.
horde.
multitude.
squad.




Does troops mean all military?
Troops is often used to refer to the other members of one's company or cause, but because of its military connotations, it conveys a particularly altruistic type of dedicated worker. Traditionally, troops refers to the soldiers in a military.




What type of word is troop?
Noun. troop (plural troops) (collective) A collection of people; a number; a multitude (in general). quotations ▼ (military) A small unit of cavalry or armor commanded by a captain, corresponding to a platoon or company of infantry



What are army soldiers called?
“Troops” or “service members” are the umbrella terms that refer to all the members of the military



What are 30 soldiers called?
A platoon is typically the smallest military unit led by a commissioned officer. The platoon leader is usually a junior officer—a second or first lieutenant or an equivalent rank. The officer is usually assisted by a platoon sergeant.



What is a group of 12 soldiers called?
(A slightly larger unit is a section, which consists of 10 to 40 soldiers but is usually used only within headquarters or support organizations.) Three or four squads make up a platoon, which has 20 to 50 soldiers and is commanded by a lieutenant.




What are common soldiers called?
In modern usage, foot soldiers of any era are now considered infantry and infantrymen. From the mid-18th century until 1881 the British Army named its infantry as numbered regiments "of Foot" to distinguish them from cavalry and dragoon regiments (see List of Regiments of Foot).


What do you call a large amount of troops?
brigade. noun. a large group of soldiers, larger than a battalion.



What is the opposite of troops?
We have listed all the opposite words for troops alphabetically. individual. alone.

What is the antonym of troop?
We have listed all the opposite words for troop alphabetically. individual. alone. characteristic. definite




What is a group of 4 friends called?
Quad Squad. Four Suits. Final Four. Four Fine Friends. Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind.




Are navy called troops?
Unless you wish to cause mild offense, refer to them as Marines (usually capitalized). Members of the U.S. Army and National Guard are soldiers. Members of the Air Force are airmen. Members of the Navy are sailors.




What are the 3 types of military?
The US military has five branches: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.



What are the types of soldiers?
The following are Officer Branch Specialties of the US Army:
Infantry. ...
Air Defense Artillery. ...
Armor. ...
Aviation. ...
Corps of Engineers. ...
Field Artillery. ...
Special Forces.




What is a nickname for a soldier?
“Grunt” A Vietnam War soldier. “Leatherneck, Jarhead” A US Marine. “Mustang” A commissioned officer who has advanced from an enlisted rank. “Fall-Out” A soldier that can not keep up with his/her unit.




What are new soldiers called?
recruits
New people in the military are often called “recruits”. They have training at a special camp, sometimes called “boot camp" or "basic training". During this training, the recruits usually have very little free time. They learn to understand the "orders" or "commands" that are given by the officers to the "troops".




What do troops do when not at war?
However, some noncombat jobs occur on bases near war zones like those involved with equipment repairs or medical care. Noncombat military jobs that don't see combat typically include those in the information technology, health care, engineering, education, human resources or finance fields.

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Re: T́m hiểu về chữ ... TROOP
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2022, 06:36:06 pm »

từ dưới lên trên ... từ nhỏ tới lớn






SQUAD ... 1 toán lính ... 6-10 người lính ... commander: SERGEANT


PLATOON ... tiểu đội .. 3-4 Squads  ... 18-50 người lính ... commander: SECOND LIEUTENANT


COMPANY - BATTERY - TROOP .... đại đội .... 3-4 Platoons ... 60-200 người lính ... commander: CAPTAIN , FIRST LIEUTENANT , MAJOR


BATTALION .... tiểu đoàn ... 3-5 Companies  ... 100-1000 người lính .. commander: LIEUTENANT COLONEL


BRIGADE - REGIMENT ... lữ đoàn


DIVISION ... sư đoàn


CORPS ... the 5th Army Corps ... the U.S. Army Medical Corps ... the Press Corps


FIELD ARMY  ... Field armies control combat operations in a specified area of operations, allowing the theater army to perform its theater-wide responsibilities and oversight of subordinate units ... theo Vân đoán , Field Army nhỏ hơn Theater Army

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Re: T́m hiểu về chữ ... TROOP
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2022, 07:11:30 pm »
Why are American soldiers called GIs?

https://www.history.com/news/why-are-american-soldiers-called-gis



The origins of this popular nickname are somewhat murky. A popular theory links the term to the early 20th century, when “G.I.” was stamped on military trash cans and buckets. The two-letter abbreviation stood for the material from which these items were made: galvanized iron. Later, the definition of GI broadened and during World War I it was used to refer to all things Army-related, according to “Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language” by Patricia T. O’Conner and Stewart Kellerman. When this happened, GI was reinterpreted as “government issue” or “general issue.”



The prevalence of the term led soldiers in World War II to start referring to themselves as GIs. Some servicemen used it as a sarcastic reference symbolizing their belief that they were just mass-produced products of the government. During the war, GI Joe also became a term for U.S. soldiers. Cartoonist Dave Breger, who was drafted into the Army in 1941, is credited with coining the name with his comic strip titled “G.I. Joe,” which he published in a weekly military magazine called Yank, beginning in 1942. In 1964, U.S. toy company Hasbro, after taking note of competitor Mattel’s huge success with the Barbie doll (launched in 1959), debuted “G.I. Joe,” a military-themed line of action figures for boys.



Meanwhile, in June 1944, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, which became commonly known as the GI Bill. The famous legislation provided a range of benefits for returning World War II veterans, including funding for college, home loans and unemployment insurance.

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The GI definition is not absolute. Instead, GI refers to a number of military things: government issue, general issue, ground infantry, or galvanized iron. There are also other references like GI Joe and occasional appearances of the term in Hollywood films as well as books, which we will explore towards the end of this article.

Each source will tell you something different, so we have curated all the sites with their interpretations here for you to consider. In summary, we will be looking at three sources: Wikipedia, the Merriam-Webster dictionary, and the History Channel site.

https://www.thesoldiersproject.org/what-does-gi-mean-in-the-military/