military unit

  1. a unit that is part of some military service
    he sent Caesar a force of six thousand men
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How To Use military unit In A Sentence

  • They are better suited to the decimation and enfeeblement of vulnerable civilians than to destroying promptly an enemy's military units.
  • In both the Filipino and Malayan cases, police and small military unit operations were the rule, not large sledgehammer operations.
  • He is one of 11 former militia commanders from different military units around the country, that have been sent to Japan in two groups so far.
  • The initiative places reporters alongside military units on the front lines.
  • With the loyalty of key military units in question, that could prove an extraordinarily difficult task.
  • Bulgarian soldiers often became part of volunteer town and village regiments and served as translators, assistants, builders or reconnaissance operatives within Russian military units.
  • Methods Retrospective summary to all the group counseling activities in the military unit.
  • You have a $20 million bounty on his head, are forced to live in a cave, and the most elite military units in the history of the world are trying to hunt you down.
  • With reporters wed to a military unit on the battlefield, the relationship would be symbiotic.
  • Make sure to include a name, news organization, and military unit or, if you're pointing us to an independent reporter, a recent dateline.
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