Lose the JargonFebruary 23, 2017 | :
by Julia Park and Jenny Hale
Every work place has its jargon, but in the military this is especially true. In the Army and at the Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program, or SFL-TAP, words such as TOT (Time on Target), FOB (Forward Operating Base), and FFE (Fire for Effect) are often used. While these Army acronyms may be well-known to those inside the SFL-TAP Center, often military jargon is foreign to civilian employers reading resumes and looking to hire Veterans.