military service

NOUN
  1. land tenure by service in the lord's army
  2. a force that is a branch of the armed forces
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How To Use military service In A Sentence

  • The other recurring problem is the avoidance of military service by privileged youth during peacetime and combat duty during wars.
  • Is military service compulsory in your country?
  • Why should ordinary Koreans pay taxes for those shirkers who educate their children abroad and avoid military service duties?
  • The war brought money and an opportunity for military service for 98,000 men, called "askaris". Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Russia's system of compulsory military service means that most have some military experience. Times, Sunday Times
  • The last serving member from the Battle of Long Tan is retiring from service this month after nearly four decades of military service.
  • They were primarily to secure the allegiance of their subject, with most barons providing military service.
  • He was 34 and like most of his company a reservist, called up for emergency military service a week ago on Friday.
  • In the 1960s and early 1970s, inner city youth were targeted for induction into military service.
  • He completed his military service in 1967 as defence attach√© Madrid. Times, Sunday Times
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