the permanent or regular military land force of the United States, under the authority of the Department of Defense since 1947. Abbreviation: USA
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How to use United States Army in a sentence
“I, Pvt. Eddie D. Slovik, 36896415, confess to the desertion of the United States Army…” it began.
The views here are his own and do not represent the views of the United States Army or Department of Defense.
General Honoré retired on February 29, 2008, after 37 years of active service with the United States Army.
He came on the little stage, first as a swaggering general, then as an admiral, last as a real doughboy of the United States Army.David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
You enlisted in the United States Army at the first call to arms.Mary Louise and Josie O'Gorman | Emma Speed Sampson
The small shelter-tents of the United States Army are called by the soldiers "pup" tents.Pluck on the Long Trail | Edwin L. Sabin
For daytime signaling the United States Army favors the mirror or heliograph (sun-writing) system.Pluck on the Long Trail | Edwin L. Sabin
They soon discovered, of course, that he was one of our men and an officer in the United States Army.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume II | Burton J. Hendrick