...Well folks here's one example.
This is a snippet of a report that just came my way and it is typical of the sort of writing that passes for English around our company on a given day. You'll get the best take on these two sentences - yes, they really are, unless Priscilla Long writes back and says they're not - by running the phonetics over your tongue as you read.
"We have implemented MIL-STD-188-220D CN#1, includg R-NAD, DAP-NAD, DAV-NAD, Type 1, Type 3, and XNP. We are currently testing XNP in prep for FQT in AUG."