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AcronymFull NameComments & Primary Location
OAOperation ApprovalUSA
OAAUOrganization of Afro-American UnityUSA
OADROriginating Agency's Determination RequiredUSA
OASOrganization of American States  
OASGAOrganization of American States, General Assembly  
OASEUOrganization of American States Emergency Unit  
OAUOrganization for African Unity  
OBEOfficer of the Most Excellent Order of the British EmpireBritain
OBUOrganisation for Black Unity 1970Grenada
OC (1)Officer CadetGrenada
OC (2)Organizing CommitteeGrenada
OCBOperations Coordinating BoardUSA
OCCOrder of the Caribbean Community  
OCCBAOrganisation of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations  
OCLAEContinental Organization of Latin American and Caribbean StudentsCuba
ODAOfficial Development Assistance   
ODDOperation to Discover Dominica   
ODMOffice of Defense MobilizationUSA
ODSMOffice Directors Staff MeetingUSA
OEAROrganization for Educational Advancement and Research  
OECDOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Development  
OECSOrganization of Eastern Caribbean States - Antigua, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Kitts-Nevis, and Montserret  
OEOBOld Executive Office BuildingWashington, DC
OGONI-NINEOgoni Liberation FrontNigeria
OIIOOld International Information Order  
OLADELatin American Energy Organization  
OLASOrganization of Latin American Solidarity or Latin American Solidarity AssociationCuba
OMOrder of MeritBritain
OMBOffice of Management and Budget [within the White House]United States
OMCOrganisation, Mobilisation and CadresGrenada
ONROrganisation for National ReconstructionTrinidad & Tobago
ONSOffice of National SecurityGrenada
OPANALAgency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean  
OPCWOrganization for the Prohibition of Chemical WeaponsUnited Nation
OPCOffice of Policy Co-ordination  
OPDOffice of Public DiplomacyUSA
OPECOrganization of Petroleum Exporting Countries  
OPICOverseas Private Investment Corporation  
OPLANOperation PlanUSA
OPSECOperational Security  
OREAROrganization for Educational Advancement and ResearchGrenada
ORELOrganization for Revolutionary Education and Liberation or Organization for Research, Education and Liberation*Grenada
ORIIntgrated Revolutionary Organization (Organizaciones Revolucionarias Integradas)Cuba
ORITInter-American Regional Organisation of Workers  
ORSOld Representative System  
OSDOffice of the Secretary of DefenseUSA
OSGOperations Sub-Group
(of TIWG)
USA
OSPAAALOrganization of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin America - The First TRIcontinental ConferenceHavana, Cuba
OSSOffice of Strategic ServicesUSA
OWDOPen Word NewspaperGuyana
OWTUOilfields Workers Trade UnionTrinidad

Acronyms will become apparent when you read and study the history of the Grenada Revolution. An acronym is a word formed from the initial letters of the words of a compound term. Also included in these alphabetical lists are short-hand letters with varying meanings.

Not only did the People's Revolutionary Government (PRG) and their political party, The New Jewel Movement (NJM), have a proclivity for using acronyms or short-hand letters for what was meant, but they were in communication with Cuba and the Soviet Union. Cuba, the Soviet Union and the United States were no shirkers from using acronyms either.

Have fun with these. Use the Google on-site search engine to find their location(s), though many are not on this site, but in the literature. You can copy these singly as ownership is not involved. Copying the complete list and reproducing it in a publication is not allowed. Using the compilation on this page as a complete compilation or partial compilation for other than personal use is not acceptable.

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Acronyms H
Acronyms I
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Acronyms K
Acronyms L
Acronyms M
Acronyms N
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Acronyms T
Acronyms U
Acronyms V
Acronyms W
Acronyms Y
Acronyms Z

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