ex-serviceman

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ex-serviceman

n, pl -men
(Military) a man who has served in the army, navy, or air force

ex-serviceman

veteran
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ex-serviceman - a person who has served in the armed forcesex-serviceman - a person who has served in the armed forces
American Legion - the largest organization of United States war veterans
Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW - an organization of United States war veterans
Legionnaire - a member of the American Legion
military man, serviceman, man, military personnel - someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force; "two men stood sentry duty"
Translations

ex-serviceman

[ˈeksˈsɜːvɪsmən] N (ex-servicemen (pl)) → militar m retirado, ex militar m

ex-serviceman

n pl <-men> → Exsoldat m, → Veteran m

ex-serviceman

[ˌɛksˈsɜːvɪsmən] n (Brit) → ex combattente m
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THE government's stand-off with ex-servicemen over the grant of One Rank One Pension is set to turn uglier.
MANDI BAHAUDDIN -- Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Society (PESS) called upon Punjab government to arrange celebrations of Pakistan Day on 23 March as it was done in the past.
Rawalpindi -- The ex-servicemen on Monday rejected statement issued by former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf claiming that whole army was upset with the treason allegations against him and that the army is totally with him on this issue.
The Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Association (PESA) and the Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Society (PESS) have decided to merge into one organization to mobilise over two million veterans for defending vital national interests.
TWELVE ex-servicemen who allegedly suffered health complications after British nuclear tests in the 1950s have lost their appeal to be granted a war pension.
MORE than half of current armed forces personnel think there isn't enough recognition for ex-servicemen and women.
A strong branch for many years, it urges younger ex-servicemen who served in the 'Gunners' to support the branch as many veterans are now unable to travel to attend meetings.
RESEARCH to discover why ex-servicemen suffer more health problems than other people has been praised.
John Taylor, 33, from Gateshead, is organising a golf day to raise money for Veterans at Ease and training so he can support other ex-servicemen and women.
A large percentage of the 10,000 are ex-servicemen and women with a contingent of National Association of Bikers with Disabilities (NABD) and a few of them are disabled ex-servicemen and women.
The drive emerged after a think-tank urged the Government to hire ex-servicemen and women to bring discipline to tough schools.
NINETY-EIGHT ex-servicemen have been ordered to pay back a total of pounds 1.