from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. United States Army Reserve
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- The United States Army Reserve
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In northern India, barren land; an alkali desert: applied to land with a saline soil bearing only hardy, low growths.
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Known as 'USAR' - Urban Search and Rescue dogs - they will follow in the heroic and highly professional paw-prints of the dogs that went to the Pakistan earthquake, the USA's 9/11 dogs, and the rescue dogs used during the Boscastle Floods, in Cornwall.
The series formerly known as USAR Pro Cup is now known as USARacing.
NGUS and USAR, served from Jan 18 63 to Jan 14 64.
USAR units are on the lookout for him attempting to join their units.
October 1972 through 30 November 1982 in his 1990 application for appointment in the USAR Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps;
October 1982 in a request for appointment as USAR officer;
College as with honors in connection with multiple applications for positions in the USAR;
From there I went on active duty at Hq. 6th U.S. Army for six years, as a member of the USAR.
Detachment (PA), USAR, Office of the Secretary of the Army; Executive
He claimed that the Chief of the USAR at the time, told him that he didn't need to re-enlist (he had only accrued two good years for retirement in the 4 years he was back on the books) and to keep singing for the troops.
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