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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G.I._(military)

G.I. is a noun used to describe the soldiers of the United States Army and airmen of the United ... Marine of every one of the United Nations." "G.I." was also used as an adjective for anything having to do with the US Army or Army Air Force.

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

Nov 11, 2015 ... 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 ...

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The use of the term G.I. originated in the 1930s to designate government issue items provided to U.S. Army Troops. It became more prevalent ...

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Oct 20, 2003 ... This reverts back to military law which says that all military ... umm your all wrong GI's stands for 'general issues' because of the ... G.I = General Infantry; refer to play - 'Minefields and Miniskirts' i did it for my I.P in drama 2006!

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Looking for the definition of G.I. JOE? Find out what is the full meaning of G.I. JOE on Abbreviations.com! The Web's largest and most authoritative acronyms and ...

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Definition of GI in Military and Government. What does GI stand for? ... Note: We have 35 other definitions for GI in our Acronym Attic. new search · suggest new ...

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The USAF originated out of the U.S. Army in 1947 so in a sense they have always been 'G.I.' The U.S. Navy is 'G.I.' in shore operations which ...

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Feb 2, 2009 ... G.I. was originally a semi-official U.S. Army abbreviation for galvanized iron, ... Also during that war, G.I. started to be interpreted to mean government ... be applied as an adjective to denote anything having to do with the army.

www.quora.com/What-does-G-I-mean-in-the-context-of-the-military

It stands for government issue or general issue and is used as a generic term for a soldier, or as an adjective meaning something issued to or ...