The laws, and military affairs, and parties in the state.]
As to their military affairs, they boast that the king's army consists of a hundred and seventy-six thousand foot, and thirty-two thousand horse: if that may be called an army, which is made up of tradesmen in the several cities, and farmers in the country, whose commanders are only the nobility and gentry, without pay or reward.
The Emperor had sent a viceroy into this province, whose firm attachment to the Roman Church, as well as great abilities in military affairs
, made him a person very capable of executing the orders of the Emperor, and of suppressing any insurrection that might be raised, to prevent those alterations in religion which they were designed to promote: a farther view in the choice of so warlike a deputy was that a stop might be put to the inroads of the Galles, who had killed one viceroy, and in a little time after killed this.
"It's a chief principle in military affairs
," said he, "to go where ye are least expected.
With the growth of prudence in military affairs
the projectile came more and more into favor, and is now held in high esteem by the most courageous.
The man's defence was that he had grown so used to the notices and had been so preoccupied with his work that he hadn't applied them to himself; he pleaded, in his defence, what is indeed in military affairs
another serious crime, inadvertency.
Manama, September 17th (BNA) --BDF Chief of Staff, Major General Shaikh Daij Bin Salman Al-Khalifa met in his office at the General Command this morning Tuesday with Assistant Secretary General of the Military Affairs
at the GCC General Secretariat, Major General Khalifa Hameed Al-Kbi.
Address : FL, Attn: Department of Military Affairs
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Jeddah, Dhu-AlQa'dah 25, 1433, Oct 11, 2012, SPA -- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud issued today a royal order, pensioning off Lieutenant General Suleiman bin Mohammed bin Fahd bin Zuair, the Chief of Military Affairs
Command; and promoting Major General Mohammed bin Khaled bin Saad Al-Nahedh to the Rank of Lieutenant General and appointing him as Chief of Military Affairs
The Bar's Military Affairs
Committee is now accepting nominations for its Clayton B.
Cohen provides sketches of Abraham Lincoln, Georges Clemenceau, Winston Churchill, and David Ben Gurion to argue that the conventional wisdom about civilians meddling in military affairs
is all wet.
The commission is an independent agency administratively attached to KHC and consists of the Kentucky Adjutant General, the Executive Director of the Commission on Military Affairs
, Commissioner of the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Executive Director of the Kentucky Historical Society, and the State Historic Preservation Officer.