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An * is the highest ranking officer in the Navy and the Coast Guard.
* troops are soldiers who are trained to parachute into battle from airplanes.
A member of the U. S. Air Force is called an *.
The * is the branch of the Armed Forces that carries out military operations on land.
Veterans Day used to be called * Day.
* are the buildings where soldiers live.
A * is a large military unit made up of hundreds of soldiers.
A * is a series of connected military operations and battles.
A * is a higher ranking officer in the Navy and Coast Guard than in the Army and Air Force.
A * is a high ranking officer in the Army, Air Force and Marines. The equivalent naval rank is Captain.
Until 2013, official U. S. military policy excluded women from direct ground * assignments.
In the Navy, a * is a senior officer, similar in rank to a lieutenant colonel in other military branches.
A * is often a rank just below sergeant.
Veterans serve in the Armed Forces to * our country.
A veteran has usually served at least four years of active *.
Joining the armed forces is known as *.
In the Navy, an * is the first or lowest ranking officer.
Veterans Day honors those who have served to defend our country and our *.
A * is the highest ranking officer in the Army, Air Force and Marines.
On Veterans Day we * those who have served in the Armed Forces.
Soldiers who are trained to fight on foot are called *.
* are military uniforms that are yellow-brown in color.
A * is a military officer.
A gold oak leaf is the insignia for an officer with the rank of *.
The * Corps is the amphibious branch of the Armed Forces that delivers infantry power by sea or air.
The * of Honor is the highest honor that can be awarded to a veteran.
The * is the branch of our Armed Forces that fights at sea.
Many veterans have served * in places like Iraq or Vietnam.
* is the lowest rank in the Army.
Veterans serve in the military to * our country.
A * is somebody who has just joined the military.
A * is a military award, such as the ones seen here.
After active duty, a veteran is placed on * and may be recalled if needed.
* is a sailor and is also the lowest rank in the Navy and Coast Guard.
A * is a non-commissioned officer and the leader of a team of soldiers.
On November 11, we honor our veterans for their * to our country.
A veteran is somebody who has been a *.
A * is a junior army rank similar to a corporal.
Each branch of the military has its own distinctive *.
A * is a person who has served in the armed forces.