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MILITARY. That which belongs or relates to the army.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The country's politics of independence is supported by the powerful military strength as well as by the self-supporting economy.
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said over the weekend that he was "unimpressed" by a speech from Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah in which he warned of his movement's military strength.
Pakistan Armed Forces ranked 13th most powerful on Global Firepower military strength index
Trump has asked the Pentagon to plan a parade in Washington to celebrate military strength, officials said Tuesday.
Shows of military strength are not typical in the United States - and they don't come cheap.
BAGHDAD (Nina) -- The US President Donald Trump ordered the Pentagon to organize a military parade to show US military strength in a resolution seeking to highlight his role as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, the White House said.
-- Ahead of President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address, Americans are substantially more satisfied with the nation's military strength, security from terrorism and the state of the economy than they were at the end of Barack Obama's presidency in early 2017.
He also took note that "the review team has identified an opportunity for a limited reduction in the military strength of the Mission, mainly with respect to the military support elements.
Even at two per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) spent on defence, Canada lacks the military strength to supply a peacekeeping mission in Africa and a mission of deterrence in Europe.
The UK's armed forces owe their allegiance to the Crown so presumably, with independences granted, all military strength would be withdrawn from Scotland and Wales back to bases in England.
This survey comes from a naval historian who documents the early evolution of these carriers in World War I and how they evolved to become key to military strength and strategy since then.
(TAP)- China has launched a new aircraft carrier in the latest sign of its growing military strength. It is the country's second aircraft carrier, after the Liaoning, and the first to be made domestically.

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