• a military attaché
  • (大公使館つき)陸軍武官
  • a military base
  • 軍事基地
  • be in the military
  • 軍役に服している
  • military force
  • 軍事力
  • military forces
  • 軍隊
  • military personnel
  • (集合的に)軍人
  • with military precision
  • 軍人のように整然と[正確に]
  • According to Adriana Barreto de Souza, Francisco Doratioto and Celso Castro, Caxias supplanted Osório because he was seen as a loyal and dutiful officer who could serve as a role model in a Brazilian republic plagued since its birth in 1889 by military insubordination, rebellions and coups.
  • Wikipedia: Luís Alves de Lima e Silva, Duke of Caxias
  • According to Kahin, Khanh rigged the military trial so that Duc and Phat were acquitted so they could be used as a Catholic counterweight to the Young Turks faction of Ky and Thi, who in Khanh's eyes had become increasingly strong and ominous.
  • Wikipedia: September 1964 South Vietnamese coup attempt
  • According to some studies of Byzantine government, 11th-century politics were dominated by competition between the civil and the military aristocracy.
  • Wikipedia: Byzantine Empire
  • After U.S. military presence ceased at Giebelstadt, due to base closures, the monument was moved to Fort Rucker, Alabama on March 10, 2006, and rededicated on April 14, 2007.
  • Wikipedia: 1994 Black Hawk shootdown incident
  • Although written while he was in prison, without access to his papers, the memoirs formed a valuable resource, informing military historians on topics such as the background to the invasion of the Soviet Union.
  • Wikipedia: Albert Kesselring
  • As a result, he was assigned to direct the U.S.O. programs at a military hospital in the San Fernando Valley, California, where he served until 1945.
  • Wikipedia: Hispanic Americans in World War II
  • As long as these ethnic tribal groups paid tribute to the Song court and agreed to follow the course of its foreign policy, the Song agreed to grant military protection and allow the tribal leaders hereditary, autonomous local rule.
  • Wikipedia: Society of the Song Dynasty
  • Aside from battlefield setbacks, something that was outside his remit, Thơ was also becoming unpopular in the military establishment.
  • Wikipedia: Nguyen Ngoc Tho
  • At this point in time, the Eastern Roman Empire stands alone, and events in Roman military history fall under the category of Byzantine military history.
  • Wikipedia: Campaign history of the Roman military
  • Azerbaijan's air force was composed of forty-five combat aircraft which were often piloted by experienced Russian and Ukrainian mercenaries from the former Soviet military.
  • Wikipedia: Nagorno-Karabakh War
  • Between the years 628 and 758, the imperial throne bestowed a total of sixty-nine grand carnivals nationwide, granted by the emperor in the case of special circumstances such as important military victories, abundant harvests after a long drought or famine, the granting of amnesties, the installment of a new crown prince, etc.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • Britain's ultimately successful military response to retake the islands during the ensuing Falklands War was viewed by many to have contributed to reversing the downward trend in the UK's status as a world power.
  • Wikipedia: British Empire
  • Despite only modest military successes, Henry and his allies now controlled the south-west, the Midlands and much of the north of England.
  • Wikipedia: Stephen, King of England
  • Diem, who had a reputation for heavily favouring Catholics, granted his new constituents a disproportionately high number of government and military posts on religious grounds rather than merit.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Passage to Freedom
  • East Timor is one of Brazil's main destinations for aid and the Brazilian Army is responsible for training the F-FDTL's military police unit.
  • Wikipedia: Timor Leste Defence Force
  • Ex-President Dacko remained in isolation at Camp de Roux, where the French government, which expressed concern for his well-being, sent a military attaché to visit him.
  • Wikipedia: Saint-Sylvestre coup d'état