1. A person who is a member of the armed forces.
2. also service person A person whose work is the maintenance and repair of equipment.
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Payment can't be made to the veteran or serviceperson.
Benefits paid to a spouse who resigned to relocate with an active-duty military serviceperson who received an order of permanent change of station will not be charged against the experience rating of an employer from whom an employee leaves to relocate; however, benefits paid will be recouped as a social charge to all employers.
Through externalization observation and best practices captured by a serviceperson are shared with other members of military organizations.
116) On the other hand, a military serviceperson requires training, salary, and benefits.
First, and most obvious, no state can force a serviceperson to pay a revenue-building tax unless he is deemed to be a resident or domiciliary thereof.
What may be common, everyday chatter for the serviceperson may be disturbing to the family.
Any serviceperson who wants a military career needs to have served in the infantry to be eligible for promotion above a certain level.
British: A British soldier was shot dead Friday in an insurgent attack in Afghanistan, becoming the 397th serviceperson to die since the military mission there started in 2001, the defence ministry said.
With about 75 percent of the vote counted, Humala, a 48-year-old former serviceperson, won 50.
2008) (granting the President "all means necessary and appropriate" to free any American serviceperson being tried before the Court); see also Diane F.
However, if they are put on hold they should hear something pleasant, the vehicle that comes to the house should be clean and well-kept and the serviceperson should look professional.
Every serviceperson is tested for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury on discharge and there are a range of generous benefits available to veterans.

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