military reserve

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Synonyms for military reserve

armed forces that are not on active duty but can be called in an emergency

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MILITARY reserve bases in North Wales will close as part of a shake-up designed to expand the role of the Army Reserve announced by Defence Secretary Philip Hammond yesterday.
Department of Defense (DoD) while patriotically maintaining their military reserve status, the government needed a way to represent both roles on one common identification card.
Served as a military police officer with the Ohio Military Reserve and as an auxiliary Trooper with the Ohio State Highway Patrol for 15 years.
The aim of the legislation changes is to recruit 3 500 university students or citizens for the voluntary military reserve.
In anticipation, the report recommended calling up some military reserve units.
North Korean citizens expressed anger Saturday against reports South Korean military reserve units had used photographs of North Korean leaders as targets in live-fire drills.
Jerusalem -- AIC/PNN - Israel's Council for Higher Education plans to approve for the coming academic year the provision of two academic credits for those who serve in military reserve duty.
The team was composed of six MFA diplomats and seven experts in various specific civilian areas, who also serve as officers in military reserve.
Neither his youth - he is 22 - nor the fact the military reserve and his local college had both excluded him as disturbed, nor the fact he was drooling at the mouth, hearing voices and cursing imaginary enemies at the time was enough to persuade the store clerk to refuse to serve him the means of mass murder.
Donald Mattson, commander of the California Military Reserve.
Military Reserve Component business owners and entrepreneurs.
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It covers family members of the National Guard and military reserve units as well as full-time military units.
Military reserve duty is treated the same as other military service.
This would likely include a military reserve commitment and the option of active-duty service in the military.
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