military society

military society

any form of society in which the military exerts a dominant or pervasive role. See also MILITARISM, MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, GARRISON STATE, MILITARY INTERVENTION, MILITARY-CIVILIAN RATIO.
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I used to go out for sport and business to Cyprus; some military society of a sort there.
Fawcett, an ambitious young major who has never seen combat, has a selfish priority of his own: His father was a drunk and a gambler, and the disgrace of that legacy has barred his entrance to the upper echelons of British military society.
On its official website, it states that it aims to support the Army by "bringing the civil society and the military society closer" by visiting military barracks, holding training days and organizing lectures on how to combat terrorism.
The author seeks to understand the change in Teague-Jones's social class, rising from an obscure lower-middle class family, to rubbing shoulders with the elite of British social and military society as well as with Indian and central Asian tribesman.
He also knew traditional culture and healing and was a life-time member of the Fox military society.
He keeps updating the same for the benefit of readers-students, business executives, professionals, teachers, members of civil and military society, parliamentarians and other diversified readers.
He was a member of Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston, American Legion & American Military Society of Washington, DC and the Greendale Retired Men's Club of Worcester.
Film -- Killer Elite on OSN Box Office 1 Two of the world's most elite operatives Danny, an ex-special forces agent and Hunter, his longtime mentor are pitted against the cunning leader of a secret military society.
Huddersfield Town Hall: Huddersfield Military Society meeting on Wednesday, 7.
Furthermore to say Mr Henderson is indicating that every country, apart from the few saddled with Royals, is, to quote, 'lawless', a drab military society with drab politicians and I assume, as indicated, populated by people hell bent on undertaking pent-up violence.
There's also a display by the Roman Military Society in full fighting regalia.
In both examples mentioned in the previous paragraph, the negation of technology can be explained, at least in part, by a denial of its possible social implications on the make-up of the military society of the time--as, for instance, fire weapons being perceived in Japan as a threat to the traditional dominance of the Samurai.

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