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Serviceman

 

a person in active military service.

Each serviceman has a military rank (in the USSR, for example, these include riadovoi [private], efreitor [private first class], serzhant [sergeant], leitenant, and kapitan, among others). According to their service status and military rank some servicemen, in relation to others, may be superior or subordinate, senior or junior. Every Soviet serviceman takes a military oath of loyalty to his people, the Soviet Motherland, and the Soviet government.

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Debbie was impressed by the teamwork and the camaraderie exhibited by all of the servicemen and servicewomen they met.
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An MoD spokesman said: "It is not military policy to allow servicewomen to deploy on operations if they are pregnant.
Commanders were told: "It has been identified that pregnant servicewomen sometimes feel isolated, unsupported and daunted by maternity policies and regulations.
A PARADE and church service will mark the granting of the Freedom of St Helens on past and present servicemen and servicewomen.

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