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a member of a coastguard

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To all the men and women in our military--every sailor, every soldier, every airman, every coastguardsman, every Marine--I say this:
Every Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine, and Coastguardsman injured or killed in combat has given a gift of great magnitude to their country.
Thus, while this Article discusses military jury practices within the context of an Army general court-martial, (51) the same features apply in any military trial, whether the defendant is a sailor, airman, marine, or coastguardsman.
The first lines of dialogue are heard against the sound of waves and present a confrontation between a coastguardsman and the American tycoon as he is about to reach the shore.
Addressing the audience at Arlington National Cemetery, President Bush said, "We honor every soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, and Coastguardsman who gave some of the best years of their lives to the service of the United States and stood ready to give life itself on our behalf.
To all the men and women in our military everywhere - every sailor, every soldier, every airman, every coastguardsman, every marine - I say this: Your mission is defined, your objectives are clear, your goal is just.
One woman very politely asked a passing coastguardsman if he would mind giving her a push.
The Navy League Hiring Center gives the Sailor, Marine or Coastguardsman leaving active duty an easy way to jump-start their civilian job search," says Stephen Pietropaoli, executive director, Navy League.
But this won't happen overnight, just as a 6-, or 8-, or 10-year-old boy imagines himself as a Soldier, Marine, Sailor, Airman, Coastguardsman, as he imagines himself serving and taking the steps to prepare himself.