Soldier

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SOLDIER. A military man; a private in the army.
     2. The constitution of the United States, amend. art. 3, directs that no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house, without the 'consent of the owner; nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

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A non-servicemember spouse is eligible for referral to the ABA Project if the servicemember meets the financial eligibility requirements discussed previously and if the following three criteria are met: (37)
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domiciled there, but a servicemember or spouse may not qualify for a
IDES replaced the departments' separate processes for evaluating servicemembers for fitness and disability.
McGIotten spends his days coordinating the medical care and rehabilitation of the wounded servicemembers at Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
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To apply, the servicemember must follow the same application process.
The MWRNet program provides facilities for servicemembers to access the Internet, send and receive e-mail, download content, access educational resources and make low-cost telephone calls around the globe.
4) Enhances protection for preservice real estate lease contracts precluding eviction from premises where rent does not exceed $2400 rather than the previous $1200 without compliance with the act ([section] 301); however, allows the servicemember to terminate his or her home lease on 30 days' notice if deployed ([section] 305);
In order to properly terminate a lease under the Act, the servicemember must provide the landlord or his or her agent written notice of the intent to terminate the lease and a copy of their military orders.
After learning that thousands of servicemembers were on food stamps, Bush told the Armed Forces Journal International, "This is not the way that a great nation should reward courage and idealism.