militia

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the entire body of physically fit civilians eligible by law for military service

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The citizen soldier tax abatement is a way to give a respite to certain military service members on active duty who serve our country and strive to make ends meet for their own families, too.
The total number of citizen soldiers from Oregon is nearly 6,000.
Still, as he agrees, the 1950s were not all bad for citizen soldiers.
John Coffee, Citizen Soldier," Tennessee Quarterly, Vol.
Our nation was built on the premise of the citizen soldier.
Militia myths; ideas of the Canadian citizen soldier, 1896-1921.
During World War II, America, through the selective service draft system, relied heavily on the citizen soldier when the armed forces' strength swelled to more than 10 million.
The bill directs the Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI) to establish the Citizen Soldier Matching Grant Program.
The decline of the Citizen Soldier and CMF formations post 1948 through to the late 1960's is given considerable attention and the experiment with the pentropic formation is put forward as the beginning of the end for the Division.
IN THE SERVICE OF PEACE: DIARY OF A CITIZEN SOLDIER
Also included is Citizen Soldier, one of many far-right organizations that spreads fear about the United States losing its sovereignty to the United Nations.
For more information, contact: Citizen Soldier, 175 Fifth Avenue, #808, New York, NY 10010, (212) 777-3470.
A strong advocate of the role of the citizen soldier in the army of a democracy, Palmer diverged from the views of Emory Upton, with whom he is properly compared as a great organizational thinker-philosopher of the U.
SPENCER - Selectmen recently voted to disband the Citizen Soldier Monument Advisory Committee, eight months after voters turned down a request to provide initial funds for the project.
Better than any movie, Spielberg shows the duty and sacrifice of the citizen soldier - ordinary men doing extraordinary things, mostly because they simply want to go home.
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