Wild Wendy Part 4WILD WENDY PT. 3
Bravo's introduction to the juvenile facility's board of directors had gone as he'd been led to expect - the usual formalities, with the usual offerings of pleasantry and caffeine-bearing beverages and and exposure to the language and jargon of a whole different professional world in which words such as "collaborative", "collective framework" and "treatment paradigm" ruled surpeme and "impact" had a meaning entirely divorced from the effect of bombs and missiles on a target.
If there was any similarity between the military and the world Bravo was, for a time, stepping into, the most obvious was a fondness for acronyms; by the time they ran through a few sample cases, the fighter had had his fill of them - BM for "biological mother", PINS for "person in need of supervision", PE for "psychological evaluation", CW for "case worker" and so on. He was still mentally working through them on the flight to his temporary lodgings at the state Air Guard station in Juneau, where