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  • chart below represents the current enlisted rank insignia of the United States Army. All enlisted ranks of corporal and higher are considered non-commissioned
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  • (Washington D.C.: United States Army, 2005, 22. Ibid. Richard Stewart, American Military History (Washington D.C.: United States Army, 2005, 22. Ibid.
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  • although the location depicted in the film was supposed to be the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases bio-research facility
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  • of North Carolina graduate who served in the 371st infantry of the United States Army during World War I. John Oliver Ranson was born in Huntersville,
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  • variant that can be used with Template:Army: {{army|United States}} → Template:Army {{flagicon|United States|army}} → This template can also be used via
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  • htm. United States Army Corps of Engineers. Desert Guide, "Summary: Sand Seas/Ergs/Dune Fields." Website accessed 10/11/2009, http://www.agc.army
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  • Be Used as a Combat Soldier': Reconfiguring Racial Identity in the United States Army, 1890-1918." Taylor-Francis Online. Patterns of Prejudice, 13 July
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  • 1917 Moseley’s father died. Later that year Moseley enlisted in the United States Army during the Great War. He began training as a First Lieutenant. War
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  • fought for the United States army in World War 1. The African Americans who fought in the United States army helped push the United States towards the acceptance
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  • Borden Cobb. He had one brother, Dr. Donnell B. Cobb. He joined the United States Army and became a sergeant in the Chemical Warfare Services of the American
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  • located at Fort Lee, VA. Signal School, located at Fort Gordon, GA. United States Army Signals Intelligence Analysts School, located at Goodfellow Air Force
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  • served as a first lieutenant of the 31st Infantry Regiment of the United States Army. In addition to serving in the Philippines, Blue fought in the Siberian
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  • 03:35, 31 December 2010 (UTC) Did cold fusion researchers at the United States Army Research Laboratory propose Bose–Einstein condensates and Widom–Larsen
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  • Frank Parker was a Major General in the United States Army 1st Division during World War I. Several of his letters and documents were collected and donated
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  • warfare. Since then, the CWS has continued in its function for the United States Army, in as much as incendiaries and similar methods of warfare have continued
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  • in Smithfield, North Carolina, was interrupted when he joined the United States Army in 1917. He trained at Fort Des Moines and soon became the Captain
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  • African-American and African Puerto Rican regiment to serve in the United States Army, organized a demonstration and paraded through Harlem in front of
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  • been waiting for”. Throughout the nineteenth century, men in the United States Army Corps of Engineers were responsible for building “roads, canals, piers
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  • second-lieutenant and second-lieutenant. His first active service in the United States army was at posts in the North-west from 1828 to 1833. The Black-hawk war
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  • Infantry Armor Artillery Air Defense Artillery Special Forces Corps of Engineers Chemical Corps Military Intelligence Military Police Signal Corps Quartermaster
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