Sitting in the doctor’s office recently, I found a old copy of a Reader’s Digest issue (did you think there would be a current issue?) and browsed the humor sections, stopping on the Humor in Uniform section.
Here’s the Defense Dept’s definition of a “first page”, taken straight from the manual:
“If the document has no front cover, the first page will be the front page. If it has a cover, the first page is defined as the first page you see when you open the cover. In some documents, the title page and the first page may be the same.”