Oc or OC may refer to:
Usage examples of "oc".
She passed a board that was covered with quantum equations, another, half-erased already, that held only two clean and concise Bussard drive efficiency calculations, the kind Li had wrestled with in her OCS math courses.
He ran the device over the pages of the articles he was interested in, capturing them at 200 dpi, adequate for OCRing later.
Pierce had arrived in Southeast Asia as a second lieutenant out of the university of Michigan, summa cum laude, master's program, and Berming's OCS.
In OCS at Benning, his tactical officer had called him in and asked whether hs mother was a member of a Spanish Surnamed Hispanic Minority Group, and Tom told him she was.
Yuulith's Rude Lands, now a buck private, left wondering why he'd declined to volunteer for OCS.
Ellis had had trouble with in OCS at Benning now seemed child's play in comparison to this exercise, the sort of thing cub scouts did.
Maybe sooner, with the quicky OCS programs BuPers is talking about setting up.
Sufficiently so, in fact, that on the recommendation of Major Berczi, Major Stimson, and myself, the Corps has already reserved a slot for her at OCS, assuming—“ Harrington darted a moderately severe glance at Susan “—that she gets her grades up, of course.
Sufficiently so, in fact, that on the recommendation of Major Berczi, Major Stimson, and myself, the Corps has already reserved a slot for her at OCS, assuming" Harrington darted a moderately severe glance at Susan "that she gets her grades up, of course.
The Xeroxes have been scanned and OCRed and converted to the HTML format used for Web pages so that people can put in links and marginal notes and annotations and corrections without messing with the original text, and this they have done enthusiastically, which is all very well but makes it hard to read.