A military organization
may be quite correctly compared to a cone, of which the base with the largest diameter consists of the rank and file; the next higher and smaller section of the cone consists of the next higher grades of the army, and so on to the apex, the point of which will represent the commander in chief.
It was further understood that we were to act as a military organization
under military rules and discipline--I as commander, with Bradley as my first lieutenant and Olson as my second, in command of the Englishmen; while von Schoenvorts was to act as an additional second lieutenant and have charge of his own men.
A military organization
seems to me to be the real type on which all good civil society should be modeled; the Sword is the guardian of a nation.
In this procession were prominent coloured citizens in carriages, as well as several Negro military organizations
Having to compete for quality personnel in an external environment, the military organization
needs to define and implement a coherent and comprehensive strategy to achieve its goals.
The company s LX Series out-of-band network management solution for secure remote service port access and remote power control of devices in a military organization
s networks and infrastructures will also be showcased at the two-week tour.
the complete military organization
of a nation for land warfare
9 million in orders for military batteries from an undisclosed military organization
The Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq and its military organization
, the Badr Corps, which is financed by Iran.
In today's world, when the meaning of security is broadened beyond traditional definition, from war and military conflict to terrorism and trans-national crimes to absolutely poverty and deadly communicable diseases to degradation of environment, the roles and task of military organization
The National Guard Family Program Office in each state joint force headquarters (JFHQ) is designed to assist family members of all service members, regardless of military organization
or status, with information and/or referrals.
The essays in this collection reinforce this view, focusing on a perceived shift in the social and cultural aspects of warfare and military organization
, and demonstrating that while some sorts of shifts did indeed take place in different regions of Europe, they did not take place as simply, neatly, or quickly as earlier authors have often assumed.