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a very large number of things grouped together

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Such an opportunity arose as Lee took the Army of Northern Virginia on their second invasion of the North in June of 1863.
The Chief of the Army Reserve approved the concept plan for the DSC in principle in October and SDDC Commander Maj.
ASCCs are primarily operational organizations that serve as Army components for combatant commands.
In order to meet the aggressive timeline laid out by the Chief of Staff, the Army formed a partnership with the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA).
Winner: 43d Army Band, Lincoln, NE Runner-up: Svc Btry, 1/119th FA Bn, Augusta, MI Honorable Mention: 694th Maint Co, New Bern, NC
But Iraq seems to have taught Army leaders that planning for the peace is as vital as planning for war--and, indeed, that falling to do so may ultimately lead to strategic defeat.
And the Army says it is saving hundreds of millions of dollars by adopting modern industrial techniques.
NETCOM will implement Quest Reporter and Quest ActiveRoles for operations management of more than 10 Army Active Directory forests.
As a result the army had a "diluted ability to dictate the terms of obedience" (5).
Strickland who served in the Army for 30 years and was serving as SGM to the Army's deputy chief of staff for personnel when he became a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
The Army is the only service that has FAOs as a branch, rather than a secondary specialty.
Army officials had approved the change during a meeting at the organization's Alexandria, Va.
In 1961, after his obligatory service, Colin Powell could have left the US Army.