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Every and soldier
Every soldier in the army has, somewhere, relatives who are close to starvation.
Every fourth soldier in the Black Army had an arquebus in the infantry, and every fifth regarding the whole army, which was an unusual ratio at the time.
Every third soldier in the Black Army of Hungary had an arquebus, which was an unusually high ratio in its era.
Every soldier was given a sleeping-place and a stool ; the commanding officer had a chair.
Every American soldier owes a debt to this great man.
Every Georgian and Kipchak family was obliged to provide one soldier with a horse and weapons.
Every soldier accepted that they were expected to serve stoically as part of their bushido, represented in the idea of " death before dishonor ".
Every soldier has a long, double-edged bayonet / combat blade the Tanith call Straight Silver.
Every member of the class participates as a sailor, soldier or minuet dancer.
Every soldier of the Southern Cross Army is issued a personal combat suit known as an " arming doublet.
Every five miles, he begins to write the amount of miles on the soldier in front of him.
Every day at dawn, a soldier raises the national flag and lowers it at dusk.
Every soldier equipped with the Sig 550 assault rifle used to be issued 50 rounds of ammunition in a sealed box, to be opened only upon alert.
Every Spanish soldier that was not killed was wounded.
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:" WHEREAS it is necessary, in this time of danger, that the militia of this colony should be well regulated and disciplined ... And be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That every person so as aforesaid inlisted ( except free mulattoes, negroes, and Indians ) shall be armed in the manner following, that is to say: Every soldier shall he furnished with a firelock well fixed, a bayonet fitted to the same, a double cartouch-box, and three charges of powder, and constantly appear with the same at the time and place appointed for muster and exercise, and shall also keep at his place of abode one pound of powder and four pounds of ball, and bring the same with him into the field when he shall be required ... And for the better training and exercising the militia, and rendering them more serviceable, Be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That every captain shall, once in three months, and oftner if thereto required by the lieutenant or chief commanding officer in the county, muster, train, and exercise his company, and the lieutenant or other chief commanding officer in the county shall cause a general muster and exercise of all the companies within his county, to be made in the months of March or April, and September or October, yearly ; and if any soldier shall, at any general or private muster, refuse to perform the command of his officer, or behave himself refractorily or mutinously, or misbehave himself at the courts martial to be held in pursuance of this act, as is herein after directed, it shall and may be lawful to and for the chief commanding officer, then present, to cause such offender to be tied neck and heels, for any time not exceeding five minutes, or inflict such corporal punishment as he shall think fit, not exceeding twenty lashes ..." — An Act for the better regulating and disciplining the Militia, April 1757
Every yard of ground they surrendered was covered with enemy dead until the last gallant soldier of the fighting battalion was overpowered by the final surge of the enemy masses.
Every soldier follows his rank with the initials " d. R.
Every soldier carries five of these javelins in the hollow of his shield.

Every and officer
Every policy officer cannot help but be a planning officer.
Every person found infected was certified of the fact, removed to a hospital provided ( if his condition allow ), and kept under the orders of the medical officer.
Every officer was assigned a servant, usually chosen by himself from among his men.
Every officer in the British advance party died in the first exchange, and the advance guard retreated.
Every factual error left in the published records is officially considered to be a failure by the responsible officer.
Every commissioned officer in the United States armed forces is expected to have a post-graduate degree and Joint Professional Military Education prior to promotion to lieutenant colonel or commander.
Every field officer of his brigade was killed or wounded save two, and his brigade, already sadly reduced by its terrible sacrifices at Chancellorsville, lost in nearly 550 men out of the 1, 350 engaged.
" Every petty officer has both a rank and rating ( job, similar to an MOS or AFSC in other branches ).
" Every petty officer has both a rate ( rank ) and rating ( job, similar to an MOS in other branches ).
" Every petty officer has both a rate ( rank ) and rating ( job, similar to a Military Occupation Specialty ( MOS ) in other services.
* Every new officer cadet at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, is issued a challenge coin upon completion of First Year Orientation Period.
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Every officer of the Archers is of the rank of a general, and the privates of the corps rank at Court as colonels.
Every commander, commanding officer, officer-in-charge and program manager of units where reservists are permanently or temporarily assigned is expected to provide leadership and oversight to keep those reservists trained and accessible for mobilization.
As senior information officer for the United Nations Environment Programme in Nairobi, Kenya, she developed and launched a worldwide campaign known as " For Every Child a Tree ".
A British officer recorded the result in his diary: " Every horror was perpetrated with impunity – rape, murder, pillage – and not a single man was punished.
General Grant reported " Every part of the yard used as my headquarters is filled with splinters and fragments of shell " and a staff officer wrote " Such a rain of shot, shell, bullets, pieces of wood, iron bars and bolts, chains and missiles of every kind was never before witnessed.
: Every person who under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, Suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer's judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was violated or declaratory relief was unavailable.

Every and Guard
Every member enlists into a specific trade in either the navy, army or air force, but puts those trades on hold for the duration of their service in the Guard.
Every passing moment would see more Prussian brigades passing through Wavre on the way to Waterloo ; by 7th and 8th Brigades passed through Wavre and would next be seen at pushing an Imperial Guard unit out of the woods south of Plancenoit on the Waterloo battlefield.
Every year, she gives a speech to cadets from throughout Civil Air Patrol at the National Honor Guard Academy and also to a gathered assembly of basic cadets and staff at the Civil Air Patrol's Tri-Wing Encampment, held by Maryland Wing.
Every hour, the changing of the guard ceremony, performed by the Presidential Guard, is conducted in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the area between the square and parliament.
Every summer, the Ceremonial Guard performs the Changing the Guard ceremony on Parliament Hill and posts sentries at Rideau Hall, the residence of the Governor General of Canada, and as of the summer of 2007, the National War Memorial.
Every year since 1914, the United States Coast Guard and the International Ice Patrol lay a wreath from a ship or an aircraft at the site of the Titanic disaster on April 15th.

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