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ARMY
ARMIES
ARMED FORCES
COMMAND CENTER
COMMUNICATIONS
DIVISION
UNITS
BATTLE CRY
BATTALION
WEAPONS
NAVY
MILITARY
BRITISH ARMY
AIRCRAFT
ARMORY
ARMS
ART
ARTICLE
ASSOCIATION
AUTHOR
AVIATION
BATTLE HONOURS
BLUE STAR SERVICE BANNER
BOOK
BOOKS
BUILDINGS
CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS
CIVIL AFFAIRS
CIVIL WAR
COLOR GUARD
COMPANY
CONSCRIPTION
COUNTERATTACK
COUNTRY
COURSES
DECORATION
DECORATIONS
DEMOBILIZATION
DESIGN
DRUGS
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
ENEMY
EQUIPMENT
ESPIONAGE
EXIT STRATEGY
FACILITIES
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Army

  1. In such countries, the word "army" on its own retains its connotation of a land force in common usage.
  2. Sometimes the word "Army" in gold letters appears below the badge. (Web site)
  3. The Army was also called to Panama in 1903 to ensure the birth of that nation when it broke away from Colombia to become independent.
  4. The army was the poorest equipped of all the EFF branches; it possessed outdated weaponry and training techniques. (Web site)

Armies

  1. Armies are controlled by a General or Lieutienant General.
  2. Armies are strictly hierarchical societies, and within them, groups of soldiers are usually divided into military unit s of some kind.

Armed Forces

  1. Armed forces are the military forces of a state.
  2. Armed forces is a major setup, which provide reasonably good and fast career growth.
  3. Armed forces: a country ruled by the military. (Web site)
  4. The armed forces are controlled by the Defence Council, chaired by the Chief of the Defence Staff.
  5. The armed forces are vulnerable to social forces at work in the larger society that spawns them. (Web site)

Command Center

  1. A command center is a central place for carrying out orders and for supervising tasks, also known as a headquarters, or HQ. (Web site)
  2. A command center is any place that is used to provide centralised control for some purpose.

Communications

  1. Military communications is defined as the transmission medium that links military components on the battlefield.
  2. Titles and ranks which are subsequently created shall form the subject of similar communications.
  3. The outbound communications then delivers command decisions (i.e. (Web site)

Division

  1. A division is a nearly universal military organization consisting of approximately 20,000 troops commanded by a major general. (Web site)
  2. Division: one design for each division.
  3. The division was deployed to South Vietnam in September 1965 and was the first full division to arrive in the country. (Web site)

Units

  1. The units were created in preparation of a possible invasion of the British Isles by the Third Reich. (Web site)
  2. Units are judged on the effect of the design of the show and the aptitude of the members in movement and equipment work.
  3. Units were demobilized according to plan, with replacement battalions first and combat divisions following. (Web site)
  4. Units were mustered out of federal service and men were sent to their home state to be individually mustered out. (Web site)

Battle Cry

  1. A battle cry is a yell or chant taken up in battle, usually by members of the same military unit.

Battalion

  1. Battalion: a military unit composed of a headquarters and two or more companies, batteries, or similar units. (Web site)
  2. The battalion was assessed by a quasi-independent branch of the advisor mission during the conduct of a border and humanitarian assistance mission.

Weapons

  1. The weapons were manufactured in Iran, and supplied to a designated terrorist organization, in violation of United Nations sanctions and international law.
  2. Weapons were looted. (Web site)

Navy

  1. The Navy was a major power in the Earth Federation, and possessed several bases on the coast of California, collectively known as the California base. (Web site)
  2. The Navy was trying to determine if the big Hercules could serve as a "Super-COD" - a "Carrier On-board Delivery" aircraft.

Military

  1. The military is a big organization and, of course, top officers disagree about stuff.
  2. There is a $12,000 wage gap between college-educated civilian and military wives.
  3. An alert state is an indication of the state of readiness of the armed forces for military action or a State against terrorism or military attack. (Web site)

British Army

  1. The British Army is the land armed forces branch of the British Armed Forces. (Web site)
  2. The British army was heavily involved in the Napoleonic Wars in which the army served in Spain, across Europe, and in North Africa. (Web site)

Aircraft

  1. Aircraft are available for pilots who visit South Australia, and they can provide scenic flights if you just want to take in the view. (Web site)
  2. Aircraft are priced in dollars but Airbus's costs are nearly all in euros, which makes the company highly sensitive to exchange-rate movements.
  3. Aircraft are selected based on factors like cost, performance, and the speed of production. (Web site)
  4. The aircraft are out in the open, and not publicised - you'll have to explore on foot. (Web site)
  5. The aircraft was also too large to fit on the carrier's elevators and in its hangars, severely hampering operations.

Armory

  1. An armory is a military depot used for the storage of weapons and ammunition.
  2. The Armory is a huge military building where families of people missing from Tuesday's disaster go to wait for news of their loved ones.

Arms

  1. Arms were inherited usually only by the firstborn son and passed down that way. (Web site)
  2. The arms are for the most part taken from d'Hozier's armory, so it is not always clear to what extent they were actually used. (Web site)
  3. The arms are of varying width and are often rectilinear (but need not be).

Art

  1. Cranston Military Prints Aviation and other fine art for sale. (Web site)
  2. The online gallery offering quality fine art at affordable prices. (Web site)
  3. Interactive timeline of Canadian art, people and events in the 1990s. (Web site)

Article

  1. The article is a bit inane, but it talks about an interesting security problem. (Web site)
  2. The article was based on the fighter---s first deployment outside the CONUS--to a major exercise in Alaska.
  3. The article was not the proximate cause for Admiral Fallon's forced resignation, the reporting was the proximate cause.

Association

  1. The association was very active in China during the 1920s and the 1930s. (Web site)
  2. The association was very active in China the 1920's and the 1930's. (Web site)

Author

  1. The author is a Pakistani-Canadian professional and a freelance writer on current affairs.
  2. The author was kind enough to respond to several email questions which I sent him before and after I read the book.

Aviation

  1. Nostalgic Aviation A dealer for autographed aviation aces photos. (Web site)
  2. Here you can buy royalty-free aviation stock photos of all kinds. (Web site)
  3. Large military aviation art section. (Web site)

Battle Honours

  1. Battle honours are listed in choronological order, either in a single list, or in multiple even numbers of columns, reading left to right, and top to bottom.

Blue Star Service Banner

  1. For Jewish residents in Huntsville, a town that oozes Southern military culture, the Blue Star Service Banner is a particularly loaded symbol.
  2. To request a blue star service banner, call Sue Krueger at (507) 345-6541 or the North Mankato American Legion at (507) 625-1264. (Web site)
  3. A Blue Star Service Banner displayed in the window of a home is an American tradition.

Book

  1. The book is a result of a 10 year research project. (Web site)
  2. The book is an eclectic series of anecdotes, without much of analyses or insight, and not always accurate.
  3. The book is called "Deutsche in der Fremdenlegion 1870-1965: Mythen und Realitäten" and has been written by Eckard Michels.
  4. The book is the first ever published on the subject. (Web site)
  5. The book was a feature selection of Oprah Winfrey---s Book Club in 2005.

Books

  1. Books are all written by Australian authors and printed in Australia.
  2. Books are available directly from Barrett by Mail Order.
  3. Books are much better, and cheaper.

Buildings

  1. Buildings, flowers, animals, electronics, holiday art, people, religious, signature art and an ASCII tutorial.
  2. L-shaped buildings are barracks.
  3. ELC Buildings - Fully equipped modular buildings are expandable in 3 dimensions - photos and information.

Civil-Military Relations

  1. Negotiating civil-military relations in post-authoritarian Argentina and Chile. (Web site)
  2. The Military and Democracy: the future of civil-military relations in Latin America. (Web site)
  3. CCMR Programs CCMR offers a number of seminars and workshops that further civil-military relations. (Web site)

Civil Affairs

  1. Civil Affairs is a non-accession branch.

Civil War

  1. A civil war is a war in which the competing parties are segments of the same country or empire.
  2. Civil war is usually a high intensity stage in an unresolved political struggle for national control of state power.
  3. Civil war: For other uses, see civil war (disambiguation).

Color Guard

  1. Color Guard is a branch of the Honor Guard.
  2. Color Guard is a class offered during 7th period, first and second semester.
  3. Color Guard is a class that meets 1st period.
  4. Color Guard is a sport due to its physical and competitive aspects.
  5. Color Guard is also an art.

Company

  1. A Company was the largest of the four companies, with a strength of 47 officers and 165 enlisted men. (Web site)
  2. A company is a military unit, typically consisting of 100-200 soldiers. (Web site)
  3. COMPANY: a company is an organizational institution commanded by a captain and consisting of two or more platoons. (Web site)
  4. Company: a military unit usually consisting of a headquarters and two or more platoons. (Web site)
  5. The company is a prime contractor on the Navy---s TSC II contract program.

Conscription

  1. Conscription is the involuntary requirement of a government that certain of its citizens serve in the armed forces. (Web site)
  2. Conscription was enforced until 1973 to ensure that strength was held at that high level. (Web site)
  3. Conscription was next used after the United States entered World War I in 1917. (Web site)

Counterattack

  1. A counterattack is a military tactic used by defending forces when under attack by an enemy force.
  2. Counterattack - An attack when an enemy has attacked, usually when the enemy is weak or complacent.
  3. Counterattack is the third book in the The Corps Series by W.E.B. Griffin In sport, the conterattack is the offensive after a defensive.

Country

  1. A country is a geographical territory, both in the sense of nation (a cultural entity) and state (a political entity).
  2. The country was then shut down for essentially trivial private occurrence.

Courses

  1. Courses are also offered in Pittsburgh and at Fort Indiantown Gap.
  2. Courses are approved for the issue of student visas for overseas students. (Web site)
  3. Courses are taught in the area for degrees granted by a dozen US universities. (Web site)
  4. The courses are open to all students. (Web site)

Decoration

  1. A decoration is a less elaborate form of medal, typically shaped like a cross or a star. (Web site)
  2. The decoration is similar to the China Campaign Medal, issued in 1901 by the United States Army.
  3. The decoration was established by an act of Congress on August 7, 1942.
  4. The decoration was first created as ribbon in December, 1944 and a full sized medal was authorized in July, 1945.

Decorations

  1. The wearing of badges of rank and nationality, as well as of decorations, shall be permitted.
  2. These decorations are an important part of the Canadian Honours System, which recognizes excellence.
  3. A comprehensive one volume encyclopedic research work on the history of Polish military and civilian decorations. (Web site)

Demobilization

  1. Demobilization is the process of reintegrating servicemen into civilian society at the conclusion of hostilities. (Web site)
  2. Demobilization is the process of standing down a nation's armed forces from combat-ready status.

Design

  1. The design is based on war service, assignment or accomplishments.
  2. The design is one where instead of fighting natural tendencies it takes advantage of them.

Drugs

  1. Now, the Catholic Church says pollution, mind-damaging drugs and genetic experiments are on its updated thou-shalt-not list.
  2. Encyclopedia of drugs and alcohol.
  3. I also help people address mood disorders without drugs.

Education And Training

  1. Military education and training is a process which intends to establish and improve the capabilities of military personnel in their respective roles.
  2. The Center has taken the lead in U.S. graduate-level education and training for stability or peace support operations.
  3. Wikipedia: Military education and training It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Recruit training.

Enemy

  1. The enemy is the side shooting schoolchildren.
  2. The enemy was unable to break his indomitable will, his faith in God, and his trust in the United States of America. (Web site)

Equipment

  1. Used printing equipment and machines.
  2. List or find used printing equipment at Usedpresses.com.
  3. PrintingXchange Used Printing Equipment - Inventory specializes in equipment used in the production of business forms and direct mail.

Espionage

  1. Espionage is the practice of obtaining secrets ( spying) from rivals or enemies for military, political, or economic advantage.

Exit Strategy

  1. A writer for The Boston Globe warned that the exit strategy would take a century.
  2. Arguments for and against the U.S. troop presence in Iraq assume that having an "exit strategy" is a fundamental military principle.
  3. The Iraq war's exit strategy. (Web site)

Facilities

  1. A brief history of toilets and facilities. (Web site)
  2. Elliot, S. (1999). Medicaid reimbursement for assistive technology in nursing facilities. (Web site)
  3. Global Export and Import Sea and Airfrieght shipping services, export forwarding Facilities to house. (Web site)

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