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“So you been losing your whisky-Reds, and you been losing your White farmers, and all you got left is your soldiers, the river rats, and whatever money you can steal from the United States Army appropriation for peace-keeping in the west.”
“The doll, a woman's magazine on the side-table, two envelopes from the United States Army in a pigeon-hole, the Underwood on the kitchen table, and a pile of manuscript pages and copies of such literary works as Black Mask.”
“In the early summer of 1846, after the victories of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the United States Army under General”
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“The United States Army developed the Rumsfeld Antipersonnel Truck during the calamity to disperse mobs.”
“They were informed that the United States Army was the "national police force," and that it was the duty of the force to protect the flag and property of the United States; that they would be on duty at different places, would be given employment for three years, and that there were various other benefits accruing from the service.”
“The United States Army in June, 1898, accepted Walter Law - rence Reed as a buck private.”
“Listen, boy-o, if the United States Army could lick the Rebels, it'll sure be able to lick the Indians. . .”
“On United States Army maps during the Korean conflict of 1950-53, an area about thirty miles north of the 38th parallel with its apex at Pyonggang and its corners at Chorwon and Kumhwa was marked the Iron Triangle.”
“In Jennet Conant’s book Tuxedo Park, about a social setting in which key scientists worked during World War II, the origin of radar is recounted: United States Army scientists used RPF, for “radio position finding,” while the British preferred R.D.F., for “radio direction finding.””
“But those few who resisted our offers faced hell’s own war, because these local groups were never a match for our armies, the African Corps and the Celtic Tribes, and our professional United States Army soldiers, all of them battle-hardened from the wars back in Washington, attacking to the cry of a hundred war pipes.”
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