military personnel

  1. soldiers collectively
  2. someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force
    two men stood sentry duty
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  • Whether Mr. Johnson was speaking metaphorically or just plain sillily, the fact he was expressing concern over adding many US military personnel to a small island displays concern for the overall impact on the Guamites … Guamians … Guamicans, hell just what does one call a resident of Guam? Think Progress » Rep. Johnson worries that the island of Guam will ‘tip over and capsize’ if U.S. troops relocate there.
  • Private military personnel marched with the US Army first into Somalia, then Bosnia, and Kosovo.
  • The WIC office located near Omaha serves 650 servicewomen, wives of military personnel, and their children each month.
  • It is used by active duty military personnel in field units and will not present any physical hazards to the soldier.
  • Article 12 State functionaries and military personnel on active service shall not renounce Chinese nationality.
  • If we attack Iran, and any type of ground deployments become necessary, as it likely will, where will the US come-up with the military personnel to bolster the ground troops we would need for another prologued war? If We Go To War With Iran, Who Will You Blame?
  • There is fear that division of the province will ultimately see a dramatic increase in the numbers of military personnel stationed in the contested territory.
  • Yet he was concerned that, without the legal cover from Goldsmith, military personnel could be prosecuted for war crimes.
  • Military personnel were early users of electronic equipment operating in close proximity to radio transceivers.
  • Earlier this year PBS distributed to its affiliates only the expurgated version of A Company of Soldiers, a Frontline documentary about American forces in Iraq, because of concerns that obscenities shouted by military personnel during an ambush might bring censure from the FCC; it released the unbleeped version only to those local stations willing to sign waivers absolving PBS of liability for any fines. Fatwa City
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