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  • n. Attributive form of tour of duty


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  • And, by the way, since when are tour-of-duty extensions in Iraq voluntary?

    GI Bill poses challenge to McCain

  • October 18, 2003: After twelve years, nine months and five days, my tour-of-duty was over.


  • This game, designed by a Vietnam vet, is supposed to recreate "the emotions" of a year-long tour-of-duty.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Northern Fleet Commander Vice-Admiral Nikolai Maksimov said that the ship is ready to begin its mission and that the ship's tour-of-duty will be not shorter than its previous one, which lasted around six months.

    RIA Novosti

  • The Russian nuclear-powered cruiser Pyotr Veliky (Peter the Great) set sail from its base in Severomorsk on Tuesday on a tour-of-duty in the Indian Ocean, RIA Novosti reported from the board of the ship.

    RIA Novosti

  • Chabanenko docked for repairs at the Yantar shipyard on January 15 after its recent Latin American tour-of-duty.

    RIA Novosti

  • Evidently her tour-of-duty of seven days of mating had ended.


  • And Randy Wolf is looking good to make his second tour-of-duty in Dodger blue


  • Burnett, back from serving a tour-of-duty in Iraq, where was commended for pulling a mate from a burning car, clashed with security guards and police after he was asked to leave Rosehill Racecourse. | Top Stories

  • Scocos, who recently returned from his second tour-of-duty in Iraq, says he was stunned when he heard about the tragedy in Texas.

    Wisconsin Radio Network


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