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What are the army searching positions for a detained personal?
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What senior level positions first recognized that your civilian workforce is a critical element in Army readiness?
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Which of the senior level positions first recognized that your civilian workforce is a critical element in army readiness?
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Where did the Confederacy army soldier's sleep during the battle of Fredericksburg?
Should soldier's army civilian's and contractor's affiliated with the army display official army seal's logo's or other marks on their personal profile on any Internet based site?
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Why did the roman army have the best army in the world?
Why did Napoleon have trouble fighting in the peninsula war?
When did most of the Confederate army begin to abandon their positions in Frederick Maryland?
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How did the enslaved southern African American help the Union Army?
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Did George Washington hold any previous government positions?
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What does the US National Guard do?
The Army National Guard is a component of the US Army. The US Army Reserves, The Army National Guard, and Active Duty Army (regular army) make up the US Army. The National Guard (NG) do all the same jobs as active duty. However the NG has 2 missions which include to protect the state in which they reside, as well as the nation. The NG go overseas at huge rates along with reserves and active duty. The army reserves make up mostly support positions (non combat positions) in the army. The national guard has all combat arms branches (artillery, infantry etc)
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Can you show Swiss army brand watches serial number 800409624?
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When searching captured and detained personnel who on the search team provides the lead during the search?
Regardless of his/her rank, the commander of the unit in the field who captured the prisoner is in charge. However when that POW is brought back to the base, then a far higher-ranking officer may be assigned; in 2003, for example, a captured Iraqi enlisted man requires far less interrogation than an Iraqi Army senior officer.