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MILITARY. That which belongs or relates to the army.

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Professor Michael Schmitt, an expert in the legality of the use of military force and cyber warfare, said the Russian attack violated international law.
In 2013, the Turkic world developed a plan for a joint military force.
1) While President Obama welcomed congressional support for the effort in order to show the world that America was united in confronting this new danger, he claimed the executive branch had the authority to unilaterally approve such use of military force against IS.
THE BIG STICK: The Limits of Soft Power and the Necessity of Military Force
The first meeting was held on 22 April, where 18 military leaders met to supervise and discuss prospects of the joint military force.
Concerned with a perceived piecemeal build-up of troops, accumulation of narrowly defined uses of force, and lack of clearly articulated strategy informed by congressional consultation and oversight, several Members of Congress have expressed the view that continued use of military force against the Islamic State requires congressional authorization.
NINEWA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Security sources said here today that a military force killed a suicidal terrorist in his car while trying to detonate himself at a check point east of Mosul.
If nothing changes in Iran come September, October, I will present a resolution that will authorize the use of military force to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear bomb," Graham told a conference last week held by the group Christians United For Isarel.
8% of Americans think the US should only use military force if attacked—most respondents felt that other circumstances warranted force.
Sean Parnell established the Alaska Military Force Advocacy and Structure Team.
Covering Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine, he reports on each state's military force structures, material, and personnel; describes arms exports and imports; and reviews strategic, operational, and tactical doctrines.
military force strengths and weaknesses provides a past, present and future assessment competing books miss.

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