off-base


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Adj.1.off-base - located outside a military base; "off-base housing"
peripheral - on or near an edge or constituting an outer boundary; the outer area; "Russia's peripheral provinces"; "peripheral suburbs"
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He made plea to Supreme Court to make decision of 'SAADIQ and AMIN' if this arraign was demonstrated off-base.
Hirono (D-Hawaii), members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, introduced a bipartisan bill to codify in law the provisions of the Department of Defense regulation that directs military finance offices to reimburse service members for off-base housing expenses during long-term temporary duty.
The arrest of Joren Ladd, a 22-year-old airman, was the second known case of US serviceman in the island prefecture apprehended for drunk driving after the US forces eased last month an off-base alcohol ban imposed in response to arrests of a base worker and a sailor, Japan Today reported.
military bases, with the exception of private residences off-base.
military partially lifts off-base drinking ban in Okinawa
Those traveling to Alaska, Delaware, Florida, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas or Wisconsin and staying in off-base lodging are exempt from paying state sales tax for the hotel room.
Greek prime minister George Papandreou says the second bailout, was "roughly equal" to the first 110 billion euro (pounds 97 billion) rescue but finance ministers cannot be happy that their previous estimate for solving Greece's debt problems was so far off-base.
Also, the Navy has also partnered with the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) to subsidize high-quality, off-base civilian care for military families through an effort called "Military Child Care In Your Neighborhood" and "Operation Military Child Care.
While appraisal management companies -- those whose job it is to create a buffer between lenders and appraisers -- have become increasingly key to the industry, experts say that the managers, too, can be off-base.
Additionally, Airman Kluener's efforts to coordinate local refurbishment of the MACs averted shipment to an off-base repair facility and reduced overall maintenance turn around time by 6 months.
The gay people who think Bob Garfield is off-base in his complaint must falsely think that violence against gays is (a) something from the past and (b) can never happen to them ["Gay-Baiting Ads Get Their Due," September 9].
Crucial to that pitch will be the condo-like lifestyle on a military base in a local rental market that already gives sailors plenty of off-base housing choices.