regardless of the military situation.
We're not trying to take away the option of joining the military, but I do feel that students should be educated about decisions before they join.
By displaying the banner in a front window it shows pride for a loved one serving in the military.
Wait a minute! I'm not interested in agriculture. I want the military stuff. [During a briefing military stuff in which officials began telling him about missile silos].
If it's acceptable there, one can hardly threaten another country - with which, incidentally, negotiations are ongoing - with the military option.
This is the beginning of a significant era for the military transformation of the Japan-US alliance. I can understand the concerns and opposition among local residents, but it is necessary to maintain Japan's national security under the alliance.
We are disappointed ... the military value and homeland security value of Ellington wasn't realized by the commission.
There is a lot of fear. People are just hoping the military will calm things down.
I'm going to let the military give me all the information they can. If they do what they're supposed to do and they tell it like it is, I'll let it go.
[The Wall Street Journal editorial page blames] a basic media mistrust of the military that goes back to Vietnam. ... the media's unreflective willingness to undermine the war on terror.
The citizenry has always come to the aid of the military since the revolutionary times. Look, my sergeant major never called me after I got out of the service and asked me how I was doing, if I got a job. I think that is where the need lies.
We have acted under the laws of war and under the clear Supreme Court precedent which established that the military may detain a United States citizen who has joined the enemy and has entered our country to carry out hostile acts.
The Bush White House and its right-wing allies are responding to Cindy Sheehan and the military families' vigil in central Texas in the same way that they always respond to bad news ? by unleashing personal attacks and smears against her.
The military regime accompanied economic advances with cultural stagnation. Intelligence was considered dangerous, so what occurred was a cultural blackout.
The most recent manipulations of the military commission procedures represent a desperate attempt to salvage the failed commission process and a confirmation that Mr. Hicks will not receive a fair trial.
The military has been making great progress in the last year in regards to adult sexual assault cases with the new reporting options. We really want people to know, whether or not an assault happened yesterday or eight years ago, there are people here to assist with that.
We have an obligation as a 'leadership laboratory' to be well-rounded in politics, business and the military. It's a so-called 'Iron Triangle' meeting.
Major Margaret Witt has been an exemplary member of the military with a distinguished record of service. To discharge her simply because of her sexual orientation is unfair and does not make our military stronger.
[Also disturbing, he says, was the confusion among rescuers.] No one was really in charge, ... The military was there directing buses and people, but nobody was there say, 'Hey, you all get on this bus, you all get on that bus.' Nobody really knew what was going on. People on our bus were asking, 'Are we going to this place or that place?' We just followed the other buses.
Anyone who self-responded was not being put to work. The military was worried about having more people in the city. They want to limit it to the professionals.
Long Island also has a rich history of producing sensors for the military. They [Homeland Security] want to see integrated systems, and that's what we carry over from our defense business.
The record had two purposes. To introduce me and to get to the military and as many families as possible.
It is what their dads would have wanted. The military doesn't have the resources, so we have to help on the outside.
I do a lot with the military; I'm not in the Marine Corps anymore because they don't have doctors, but after 9/11, they called me back and I do a lot with the Air Force Reserve out of Fort Worth.
There is a situation of chaos in the military line of command.