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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The paper is based on two hypothetical servicemembers: one who enlisted as an E-1 (an enlisted servicemember at the first pay grade) and serves 20 years before retiring as an E-7, and an officer who starts as an O-1 and retires after 20 years as an O-5.
The average enlisted servicemember is 43 with 22 years of service at retirement, according to a May 2014 report from the Congressional Research Service, and the average officer is 45 with 24 years of service.
Although such a case may seem unthinkable at first, a careful reading of [section] 535 of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) (1) will find terms such as ETS and retirement noticeably absent from the text of the statute.
For the measurement of environmental factors, this study used the ICF's classification to identify the environmental influences affecting the servicemember's ability to function and participate in various home and community activities.
Moving Forward is based on an effective cognitive behavior treatment program that has been used successfully with veterans and servicemembers across the country, who give the program high marks.
27 August 2014 -- US financial services firm Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC) said it will join with other mortgage servicers in an initiative to help active-duty military mortgage customers understand and take advantage of the financial benefits available to them under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
used by states to determine if a servicemember or spouse have sufficient
Case processing times under IDES have increased over time, and measures of servicemember satisfaction have shortcomings.
In line with its policy, ISAF neither disclosed the exact location of the incident nor the nationality of the fallen servicemember.
East serves as an important resource for separating servicemembers at the U.S.
The SCRA extends some benefits to dependents of servicemembers. (12) One of the legislative developments reflected in the SCRA is its definition of "dependent," which now includes a servicemember's spouse, children, or person receiving more than half support for at least 180 days immediately preceding application for relief.
The network was to be used for Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) by servicemembers deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).