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  • 61Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps — A Navy JROTC cadet salutes during the parading of the colors ceremony held at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) is a Federal program sponsored by the United States Armed Forces in high schools across the… …

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  • 62White feather — A white feather is sometimes given as a mark of cowardice. A white feather has been a traditional symbol of cowardice, used and recognised especially within the British Army and in countries associated with the British Empire since the 18th… …

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  • 63The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) — Infobox Military Unit unit name=The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) caption= dates=14 September 1866 country=Canada branch=Militia type=Line Infantry role=Light Infantry size=One battalion command structure=Royal Canadian… …

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  • 64Japan Self-Defense Forces — Military of Japan redirects here. For earlier military forces of the country, see Military history of Japan. JSDF redirects here. For other uses, see Japan Social Development Fund. Japan Self Defense Forces 日本国自衛隊 …

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  • 65Military history of Australia during World War I — …

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  • 66War hysteria preceding the Mountain Meadows massacre — The Mountain Meadows massacre was caused in part by events relating to the Utah War, an 1858 invasion of the Utah Territory by the United States Army which ended up being peaceful. In the summer of 1857, however, Mormons expected an all out… …

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  • 67Congo, Democratic Republic of the — known as Congo (Kinshasa) formerly (1971–97) Republic of Zaire (1960–71) Congo (1908–60) Belgian Congo (1885–1908) Congo Free State Country, central Africa. Area: 905,356 sq mi (2,344,872 sq km). Population (2002 est.): 46,674,000. Capital:… …

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  • 68Foreign Legion, French — ▪ military organization Introduction French  Légion étrangère    an elite military force originally consisting of foreign volunteers in the pay of France but now comprising volunteer soldiers from any nation, including France, for service in… …

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  • 69Military history of Asian Americans — Asian Americans have fought on behalf of the United States since the War of 1812 until today. Due to the small population of Asian Americans in the 19th Century their contributions were not heavily recorded. In the 20th Century as the population… …

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  • 70recruit — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. enlist, raise, furnish, supply, replenish; restore, renew. n. conscript, draftee; newcomer, novice, tyro, rookie, boot (sl.). See combatant, commission. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. New man, New woman,… …

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  • 71Geneva — For other uses, see Geneva (disambiguation). Geneva Top left: Palace of Nations, Middle left: CERN Laboratory, Right: Jet d Eau, Bottom: View over …

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  • 72Military of the United States — Infobox National Military country=The United States name=United States Armed Forces caption=United States Joint Service Color Guard on parade at Fort Myer in Arlington County, Virginia. founded= current form= branches=nowrap| nowrap| nowrap|… …

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  • 73Australian Defence Force — Australian Defence Force …

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  • 74Gallipoli (1981 film) — Infobox Film name=Gallipoli caption=Gallipoli movie poster. director=Peter Weir producer=Patricia Lovell writer=Peter Weir (story) David Williamson (screenplay) starring=Mel Gibson Mark Lee Bill Kerr editing=William M. Anderson… …

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  • 75Refusal to serve in the Israeli military — includes both refusal to obey specific orders and refusal to serve in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in any capacity due to pacifistic or antimilitaristic views or disagreement with the policies of the Israeli government as implemented by the… …

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  • 76Draft dodger — A draft dodger, draft evader or draft resister, is a person who avoids ( dodges ) or otherwise violates the conscription policies of the nation in which he or she is a citizen or resident, by leaving the country, going into hiding, attempting to… …

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  • 77National Volunteers — The National Volunteers was the name taken by the majority of the Irish Volunteers that sided with Irish Parliamentary Party leader John Redmond after the movement split over the question of the Volunteers role in World War I. Contents 1 Origins… …

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  • 78New Profile — (פרופיל חדש) is a movement for transforming Israeli society into a civilian one ( חברה אזרחית – a term recently coined by parts of the Israeli left wing to highlight their view of the present society as recruited or militarized ). It is a… …

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  • 79Military service — For military service in the meaning of an army as a military defense organization, see Armed forces. For state mandated military service, see Conscription. For the feudal institution, see Knight service. Military service, in its simplest sense,… …

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  • 80History of women in the military — The history of women in the military is one that extends over 4000 years into the past, throughout a vast number of cultures and nations. Women have played many roles in the military, from ancient warrior women, to the women currently serving in… …

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