- n. Plural form of serviceman.
“Livingston was actually recovered after the war even though he was originally listed as one of the hundreds of unrecoverable servicemen from the attack on”
“The students made posters and biographies of servicemen from the various wars, and teacher Mahoney shared some of her possessions -- old uniforms and other war memorabilia.”
“Korean War; 1,801 servicemen from the Vietnam War; 78,000 from World War”
“How telling that you can smugly type this after 2300 dead servicemen from a war of choice.”
“Thanks to Mercer and his friends in the Tory and Labour parties, British soldiers are dying weekly in hopeless circumstances in Iraq -and he calls our servicemen "lazy".”
“They're going to be heading to North Korea to bring back the remains of U.S. servicemen from the Korean War.”
“The remains of at least six missing U.S. servicemen from the Vietnam War were the subject of the 34-day mission.”
“Since their remains were never recovered, they are listed among the unaccounted for servicemen from the Vietnam war.”
“It began in 1992 when the military created it to manage the recovery efforts in Southeast Asia, specifically looking for servicemen from the Vietnam War.”
“Because his remains were never recovered he is listed among the unaccounted for U.S. servicemen from the Vietnam War.”
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Words heard on and around Anzac Day, a public holiday in Australia on 25th April. It commemmorates the landings on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey during World War I by ANZAC forces, ie. the Aust...
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