355 Military science

Gale Military and Naval Science Thesaurus

The Gale Military and Naval Science Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Technology Thesaurus in the narrower domain of defense, training of soldiers, weaponry and armor, military strategy, ROTC, and military applications of various technologies as well as transportation, surveillance, and anything else the military owns or uses. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes. The thesaurus contains 669 preferred terms/concepts (2019) and is continually updated.

Tesauro da Justiça Militar da União

"O TesJMU tem por finalidade padronizar a linguagem de representação temática dos documentos constitutivos das bases de informação dos órgãos da Justiça Militar da União, com vistas a facilitar a recuperação de informações por seus usuários internos – magistrados e servidores – e externos – advogados, cidadãos e outras instituições do Poder Judiciário. Além disso, os servidores poderão indexar os conteúdos utilizando apenas uma fonte de termos, o que contribui para a uniformidade da organização das informações.

Οδηγός νατοϊκής ορολογίας

"1. Οι λίστες του Στρατιωτικού λεξιλογίου που ακολουθούν, έχουν εκπονηθεί από την Βρετανική αντιπροσωπεία στο BILC, για να ακολουθήσει την αναφορά με την ομάδα μελέτης υπ’ αριθμ. 1 στους κόλπους του BILC 94 – Γλωσσική Εκπαίδευση για τις ιδιαίτερες στρατιωτικές ανάγκες, οι οποίες προσδιορίζουν


"NATOTerm contains non-classified military terminology, as well as non-military terminology relevant to NATO. NATOTerm is available in both NATO official languages, i.e. English and French, and is maintained by the NATO Terminology Office, which is part of the NATO Standardization Office. This database is the result of a data migration from the former NATO Terminology Management System (NTMS), which is expected to be completed by the end of 2015. The NATO Terminology Office, which administers the database, has concentrated on the terminology that is 'NATO Agreed' first.

DIMOC Controlled Vocabulary

"The DIMOC Controlled Vocabulary contains hierarchical terms covering DoD People, Places and Things. Terms come from authoritative sources such as the Military Services Fact Sheets. DIMOC will continue to add to the vocabulary and will partner with other agencies to ensure the most complete set of terms possible. Included in the Controlled Vocabulary is the DIMOC data schema in preparation for future uses."