Royal Armoured Corps (RAC)
Royal Air Force (RAF)
Royal Navy (RN)
His US military radio communications code name was Glyptic
Verify to be certain, but I think it was the NKVD.
Imperial Japanese Army and Navy
The name of the desert boot worn by the British military during the Western Desert Campaign of World War II was the chukka desert boot. They were usually made of calfskin and had a rubber sole.
his last name is Fitzgerald.
Algerian was the name of of the french military base used. This is during the French Revolution.
Two military advances first used during WW1 were weapons and tactics.
An irrelevant name during the cold war.
If the woman is in the military she is called by her rank. If she is not in the military she is called a civilian.
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
The US Military Academy has been at West Point since 1802.
their mum's name is britain and their dad's name is bhangra so BRITAINS GOT BHANGRA
Operation Barbarossa was the code name given by the German military for the invasion of the Soviet Union during World War 2. It officially began on 22 June, 1941.
The NAZI party was a political party. The SS was a German military group.
Fort Leavenworth is the US Army's primary, and most famous military prison, aka military stockade during the Vietnam War, amongst US servicemen.
Trench Coats got their names because they were originially designed for use in the Military during the World Wars and were worn in the trenches. As such when the article of clothing was transferred to civilian use it kept the name Trench Coat.
Alec is a common name. Thousands of young men with that name served in the military.
another term for "social goup"
I would have to say George S. Patton I could name 1millian others but I am not sure who was most important.
US Military newspaper: Stars & Stripes
during a war, military, air force, etc...
Germany's currency during World War 2 was the Reichmark .
What is the name of a military prison in the US?
The name of the armored military vehicle originated in Britain during World War I. When they were designed, they were called landships, but that was considered too descriptive. They were then designated as water carriers to hide their true purpose. This led to them being called tanks.