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QUESTION: on an American lieutenant's   mission  orders  (England,1943,in the ETOUSA)THESE LETTERS APPEAR OFTEN : TC...TD..TDN..TCNT...FSA...could you help me UNDERSTANDplease

ANSWER: Dear Adelaide,
         Please send me a picture of this lieutenant's mission orders and I will be able to translate these acronyms. May God Bless-Lt. Colonel Robert A. Lynn, Florida Guard

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QUESTION: how can I get my dad's missioN order to you;I don't see how to attach it to this?THANKS before hand  for telling me!

ANSWER: Dear Adelaide,
         All you have to do is take a picture of it and add it to your question. There should be someone there where you live that can help you do this. May God Bless-Lt. Colonel Robert A. Lynn, Florida Guard

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QUESTION: thank you!hope the document is attached

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Dear Adelaide,
         I apologize for not getting back to you sooner but here is the abbreviations broken down as requested:

*ETOUSA-European Theater of Operations United States Army
*WPR-Will Personally Report
*fr-from
*Hq-Headquarters
*TD-Temporary Duty
*TG-Task Group or Training Group
*TCNY-Transportation Corps New York
*TDN-Travel Directed is Necessary in the military service (U.S. Army)
*FSA-Travel chargeable to applicable allotment authority under Finance Service, Army
*temp-temporary
*sta-station
*Inf-Infantry
*AG-Adjutant General
*201 File-Personal Record Book
*Off-Officer

I hope this helps and May God Bless-Lt. Colonel Robert A. Lynn, Florida Guard  

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