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.

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  • 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.

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  • USAR units are on the lookout for him attempting to join their units.

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  • October 1972 through 30 November 1982 in his 1990 application for appointment in the USAR Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps;

    Robert Davenport

  • October 1982 in a request for appointment as USAR officer;

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  • College as with honors in connection with multiple applications for positions in the USAR;

    Robert Davenport

  • From there I went on active duty at Hq. 6th U.S. Army for six years, as a member of the USAR.

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  • Detachment (PA), USAR, Office of the Secretary of the Army; Executive

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  • 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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