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How to use National Guardsman in a sentence
Three months later, the 31-year-old Tennessee National Guardsman shot himself in the head.Number of Veterans Who Die Waiting for Benefits Claims Skyrockets | Aaron Glantz | December 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
That same month, Florida National Guardsman Joshua Cartwright killed two police officers before being shot to death by police.Wisconsin Sikh Massacre Reveals Need for Domestic Antiterrorism Unit | Errol Louis | August 8, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
A modern National Guardsman is averse to boasting or heroics—he is the most matter-of-fact citizen of all.
At no other time does the National Guardsman appear so nearly in his true rle, as a soldier of peace.
Peculiar qualities are demanded of one who is to succeed in highest degree as a National Guardsman.
A young and wealthy merchant of Corunna, who was a National Guardsman, became enamoured of his glossy skin and long mane and tail.The Bible in Spain - Vol. 2 [of 2] | George Borrow
It sounds confusing, but any old National Guardsman can explain the movement in very short order.Keeping Fit All the Way | Walter Camp