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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. China and Japan (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. XIII-XVI PDF (1.3 MB)


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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
Mistel, Mission telegram
MITI, Japanese Ministry of Interna-
tional Trade and Industry
MND, Ministry of National Defense
(Republic of China)
MSA, Mutual Security Act; Mutual Se-
  curity Agency; Mutual Security As-
  sistance
MSB, minesweeping craft
MSP, Mutual Security Program
mytel, my telegram
NA, Office of Northeast Asian Affairs,
  Department of State
NAC, National Advisory Council on
  International Monetary and Finan-
  cial Problems
NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organi-
  zation
NDA, National Defense Agency (Japan)
NGRC, National Government of the Re-
  public of China
niact, night action, communications in-
  dicator requiring attention by the re-
  cipient at any hour of the day or
  night
NIE, National Intelligence Estimate
noforn, security classification meaning
  no foreign distribution
NPR, National Police Reserve (Japan)
NSA, National Safety Agency (Japan)
NSC, National Security Council
NSF, National Safety Forces (Japan)
NT, New Taiwan (Republic of China
  currency)
OCB, Operations Coordinating Board
OCI, Office of Current Intelligence,
  Central Intelligence Agency
ODM, Office of Defense Mobilization
ODMS, Office of the Director of Mutual
  Security
OEEC, Organization for European Eco-
  nomic Cooperation
OFD, Office of Financial and Develop-
  ment Policy, Department of State
OIR, Office of Intelligence Research,
  Department of State
OMA, Office of Military Assistance, De-
  partment of Defense
opnal, operational
ORR, Office of Research and Reports,
  Department of State
OSP, offshore procurement
PC, participating country
PC, patrol vessel, submarine chaser
PCE, patrol craft, escort
PF, patrol vessel, frigate
ping, planning
POL, petroleum, oil, and lubricants
PolAd, United States Political Adviser
  (to SCAP)
Polto, series indicator for telegrams
from the U.S. Special Representative
in Europe (after June 12, 1953, the
  U.S. Permanent Representative on
  the North Atlantic Council)
PPC, People's Political Council (Repub-
  lic of China, 1938-1948)
Pres US, President of the United States
PriMin, Prime Minister
psnl, personnel
PT, motor torpedo boat
PX, post exchange
RA, Office of European Regional Af-
  fairs, Department of State
RCT, Regimental Combat Team
reftel, reference telegram
reurmsg, concerning your message
ROC, Republic of China
ROK, Republic of Korea
ron, squadron
Ryokufukai, The Green Breeze Society
  (Japanese political grouping)
S, Office of the Secretary of State
S/MSA, Office of the Special Assistant
  to the Secretary for Mutual Security
  Affairs, Department of State
S/P, Policy Planning Staff, Department
  of State
S/S, Executive Secretariat of the De-
  partment of State
SAC, Strategic Air Command
SC, Security Council of the United Na-
  tions
SCAP, Supreme Commander for the
  Allied Powers in Japan
SE, Special Estimate
SEA, Southeast Asia
SEATO, Southeast Asia Treaty Organi-
  zation
SecDef, Secretary of Defense
SOA, Office of South Asian Affairs, De-
  partment of State
Sohyo, General Council of Trade
  Unions (Japan)
SS, submarine
SWNCC, State-War-Navy Coordinating
  Committee
SYG, Secretary-General
T/A, technical assistance
T/E, table of equipment
T/O and E, table of organization and
  equipment
TDY, temporary duty
Tedul, primarily a series indicator for
  telegrams to Secretary of State
  Dulles while absent from Washing-
  ton; also used as a series indicator for
  telegrams from Dulles to the head of
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