noun, plural mil·i·tar·ies, mil·i·tar·y.
- the military establishment of a nation; the armed forces.
- military personnel, especially commissioned officers, taken collectively: the bar, the press, and the military.
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The Jewish state is one of four that let U.S. citizens in their militaries.1,000 Americans Are Serving in the Israeli Army and They Aren’t Alone|Chris Allbritton|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The responsibility of fighting al Qaeda would be left mostly to the Afghan and Pakistani militaries.Obama’s Counterterror Plan Has New Doubters: His Own Generals and Spies|Josh Rogin, Kimberly Dozier|July 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He noted that none of the militaries of the former Soviet republics could withstand a full-scale Russian invasion.
The U.S. and other militaries use dogs for tasks like detecting IEDs.
The IDF regularly trains the United States Marine Corps and the militaries of Trinidad and Tobago and Germany.