Which branch of the US military was Robert E Lee serving in when he recaptured Harpers Ferry from John Brown and his associates?
In 1858, Robert E. Lee was serving as a colonel in the US Marines when he recaptured Harper's Ferry from John Brown and his associates.
Voting and serving in the military are part of being a responsible citizen. While some may disagree, saying that both voting and military service are individual decisions, it should be noted that both the right to vote and the option to serve or not was hard-earned by the blood and sacrifice of Americans dating back to the Militiamen's defeat of the British in 1775. On a historical note, ancient Athens, known as the 'birthplace of… Read More
Not necessarily. There are legal residents who are not US citizens serving in the US military. However, it will lead to citizenship with honorable service.
No. Just serving in the military service (honorably), makes them a "military veteran." Serving in a combat zone makes them a combat/war veteran.
Serving "over-seas" is NOT A REQUIREMENT for veteran status. Serving honorably in the US military makes you a military veteran.
Depends in which countries military you were serving
paying taxes, serving in the military
the us government changed its policy toward Japananese Americans serving in the military by sucking all mens PEN13
That they could be free all their life if they are or have been in the military:)
None. If you are serving in the UK military then you will be provided with somewhere to live.
Military duty is also described as service, serving one's country.
It is impossible to know for sure, since there are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) serving in the military of many nations. They are not required to disclose their religion to the military, and they are not required to disclose their military service to the church. In addition, the number is constantly changing as people are joining or leaving the military or joining or leaving the church… Read More
You do not. Obtaining or possessing an illegal federal ID is a crime. The only legal means of obtaining a military ID without serving in the military would be to become a military dependent.
The US Marines are a military branch of service. There is a RECORD of every person serving in the US military.
ALL of US military branches are currently seving some part in Iraq.
It referred to as "active duty."
providing the military with some of the best fighting and serving men and women.
None. As of 2011, there is no regulation that bans gay people from serving in the U.S. Military. You are probably thinking of Don't Ask Don't Tell (DADT) which was in force from 1993 to 2011.
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GI's were the men serving in the military, usually meaning the Army.
Yes, if You are a serving, or a veteran of the US. Military.
The motto of Finabel is 'Reflexion serving military action'.
Less than 1% of the current US population is currently serving in the US Military, there is approximately 800,000 troops in the US Military.
You can not enlist in to the military with HIV/AIDS, however if with serving you contract the disease you should be given the option to either stay in or get out.
The current size of the U.S. military, including reserve formations, is about 2.5 million members. As the current population of the U.S. is about 310 million, that means 0.8% are serving in the military in some form. In additon, there are almost 22 million former members of the military (i.e. veterans) still alive. Thus, a bit less than 8% of the country have military experience (have served, or are serving).
I assume you mean photographs of yourself or family whilst serving in the military?. This is difficult and requires a lot of time posting messages on Military websites.
As a military officer
They didn't like war because they were for peace.
That would be a military pension.
Yes, you can get citizenship through military service.
yes, becauseour nation is a great place
No resources are available from the military to find out this information.
since world war two
There is no ban on gays serving in the U.S. Military. There was a ban up until 2011, but it was overturned because it was deemed pointless.
Gary Sinise (born March 17, 1955) is an American actor, director, and musician, but never served in the military. However after his roles as Lt Dan in the movie "Forrest Gump" (with Tom Hanks); Sinise became an ardent supporter of the military. Sinise is a supporter of various veterans' organizations, both personally and through his Lt. Dan Band. He frequently performs on USO tours at military bases around the world, and volunteered for the National… Read More
No. Veterans Day is for American soldiers who fought, not those who are fighting.
Soldiers still serving in the military did not do anything overt to end the war, however, many soldiers began protesting the war as soon as they were released at the end of their military duty. Any soldier still serving in the military that felt strongly about the war, could take personal action to remove himself, but none formed groups to protest the war etc. Soldiers still serving in the military did not do anything overt… Read More
To keep the chain of command in tack. Also to "reward" longer serving and more skilled members of the various arms of the Australian Military. Also to make sure that members who have just started to not order members that have been serving for years.
Less than one half of one percent of the US population is currently serving.
There is less than 1% of the US population that is now serving in all branches of the Military. Realistically there are more people who work for Wal-Mart than there are in the Military.
Just ask to see a persons military id card, if they are currently serving. If they are prior service (out of the military) then ask to see their DD214. (discharge papers) The DD214 is the only real proof of military service.
As of 2009 1421668 people are on active duty.
Why not? If a person has EVER worn the military uniform of their nation, they are a veteran.
The military service is called the service, because people are serving their country.
Thank you for serving our country
A tribune could be either a military officer or a civic officer. The military tribunes were either young men serving an apprenticeship as a stepping stone to politics or an actual military man who was second in command of a legion. The civic tribunes were officials elected by the plebeians to look after their interests and concerns. A tribune could be either a military officer or a civic officer. The military tribunes were either young… Read More
International law recognizes that US citizen Contractor employees serving with the Armed Forces of the US in the field have military status therefore do the Military leave laws apply to contractors?
No. Leave for contractors serving with the US armed forces is dictated by their employer's vacation policy.
Yes. I am in Finance in the military. The only way you will ever lose your pay or benefits while serving in the military is in the case that our government ceased to exist. if the economy was bad enough that the government has no money there first priority will always be national defense. Don't worry about losing your benefits. And with the way the economy is looking I would say that the military is… Read More
It is possible to get health insurance whilst in the military, and it is actually provided to all part and full time members. It is also available to military personnel after they retire.
He was a career military officer, serving for 36 years