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QUARTER. A measure of length, equal to four inches. Vide Measure.

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When the movement control team redeployed in September 2014, its responsibilities were turned over to 803rd Quartermaster Company.
Sergeant Oscar Rivera, a squad leader and inspector with 11th Quartermaster Company, looks up at a rigger during one of the packing inspection check points.
At the Quartermaster Center and School, we are in the process of updating existing training courses and evaluating the possibility of developing new ones.
New lieutenants will still begin their careers as ordnance, quartermaster, or transportation officers to become technically and tactically proficient in their basic branch specialties," she said.
What does this mean for Soldiers who are already in the Quartermaster, Transportation, and Ordnance branches?
Ray Thompson, Military Assistance Chairman Walter Swanson and Quartermaster Ben Tipps.
The son of a Union Quartermaster General, John Meigs official correspondence reveals what his duties were like as a military engineer and aide-de-camp to Union generals.
And although the situation finally calmed, the Navy yesterday admitted the quartermaster could have opened fire with his SA80 rifle if he believed the lives of any service personal were in danger.
Quartermaster Seaman Chris Markette joined the Navy to see the world and mature.
I can't begin to tell you what a thrilling assignment this has been for me," said Dunwoody, "a veteran quartermaster corps officer-in the heart of Department of Defense transportation deployment and distribution operations,"
The Delaware National Guard 198th Signal Battalion deployed to Fort Dix this year to provide Signal support to quartermaster units participating in Quartermaster Logistic Liquid Exercise.
Survivors of the sinking of the ill-fated Titanic, above ; and, right, being interviewed by the Press on their arrival in New York; Titanic survivor Quartermaster Robert Hitchens, and the Carpathia, right, which went to the rescue

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