Active and reserve Soldiers over 40 must complete required medical screening and reserve status prior to attending. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "2" in the physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 (Physical Profile) as part of the course application. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "3" or "4" in their physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 and the results of their Military Medical Review Board (MMRB) as part of the course application. Soldiers who have been before a MMRB, awarded medical limitations, and allowed to retain their occupational classification, will be eligible to attend Maneuver ANCOC and train within the limits of their profile, provided they can meet the course graduation requirements.
This is a list of initials, acronyms , expressions, euphemisms , jargon , military slang , and sayings in common or formerly common use in the United States Air Force . Many of the words or phrases have varying levels of acceptance among different units or communities, and some also have varying levels of appropriateness (usually dependent on how senior the user is in rank). Many terms also have equivalents among other service branches that are not acceptable amongst Marines, but are comparable in meaning. Many acronyms and terms have come into common use from voice procedure use over communication channels, translated into the NATO phonetic alphabet , or both.