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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A key tenet in the military’s operational planning for any contingency is to never allow for a single point of failure.We can’t rely on just one company to distribute COVID vaccines|jakemeth|November 20, 2020|Fortune
The son of a nurse and an academic studying education psychology, he grew up akin to a military brat, moving between Michigan, San Diego, Israel, and Arizona in his early years.Why so many valuable startups seem like the dumbest idea at first|Lucinda Shen|November 13, 2020|Fortune
She eventually left the military to study accounting but was pulled back into the military life when she met her now-husband, Bradley Barnett.
One of us has seen the impact of junior military programs firsthand.To honor veterans and make the country stronger, expand the JROTC|matthewheimer|November 11, 2020|Fortune
We as a military, we feel we are all a family whether we have known that person one day or several years.A.I. recruiting startup wins competition to help military veterans find jobs|Jeremy Kahn|November 11, 2020|Fortune
And yet Dempsey and others have repeatedly said ISIS cannot be defeated militarily.Pentagon Doesn’t Know How Many People It’s Killed in the ISIS War|Nancy A. Youssef|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The United States emerged as the true victor of World War I in every sense: militarily, economically and morally.
He asserts that if the US had backed Syrian rebels militarily it would have built up a moderate counter-weight to ISIS.
He said Turkey was expecting the U.S. to come up with a plan for the future of Syria and Iraq once ISIS was defeated militarily.
It has also managed to make itself seem more militarily formidable than it actually is.
Be it said in passing that only places of decisive importance, commercially or militarily, need such defences.
These battles therefore are important, militarily, in a sense not at all dependent upon their consequences, which were ephemeral.Types of Naval Officers|A. T. Mahan
The "rapid" component of Rapid Dominance is one of the most appealing aspects of the concept, both politically and militarily.Shock and Awe|Harlan K. Ullman
It would have been safe, militarily speaking, to place our two divisions before the ports named.
In such cases we should even be worse off, militarily, than with annexation completed.