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Manuals for Style : 2003: First Edition, July 2003

By Rainey, James C.

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Title: Manuals for Style : 2003: First Edition, July 2003  
Author: Rainey, James C.
Volume: First Edition, July 2003
Language: English
Subject: Military, Aircraft, Technology
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Air Force Journal of Logistics Collection
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Publication Date:
2003
Publisher: Air Force Logistics Management Agency

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Description: The Air Force Journal of Logistics is the professional logistics publication of the Air Force. We provide an open forum for presenting research, innovative thinking, and ideas and issues of concern to the Air Force and civilian logistics communities. It is distributed worldwide and reaches all segments of the Air Force and nearly all levels of the Department of Defense and US government. You'll also find the Journal is read by foreign military forces in 26 countries, people in industry, and students at universities with undergraduate and graduate programs in logistics.

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Description: Although our language is fluid, it has certain disciplines that constitute an essential part of that language. These disciplines--spelling, grammar, and punctuation--are an essential part of our language, allowing exactness in communication. The imprecise use of words and misplaced punctuation can alter the meaning of a sentence. While this style guide may not convert everyone to the AFJL style, it will serve as a base for establishing clarity and consistency, both of which are key to effective communication. We have included ten sections to assist both the reader and the contributor. The first section is on punctuation, which allows a thought to be stated more clearly and tells the reader how to read a sentence. Punctuation performs the same function as inflection, pauses, and emphasis do in speaking.

 

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