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Hooah /ˈhɑː/ is military slang referring to or meaning "anything and everything except 'no'".[1][2]

Used by soldiers in the U.S. Army, which accounts for the vast majority of the usage of the word. Also used widely by airman personnel in the U.S. Air Force.

Possible meanings[edit]

Some popular usages of hooah include:[3]

  • HUA means: "Heard, understood, and acknowledged"[4][5][6]

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