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- Defense Forces. // Honduras Country Review;2010, p58
The article offers information on the defense forces in Honduras including the eligible age to enter the military service, mandatory service terms and military expenditures.
- Defense Forces. // Moldova Country Review;2010, p47
The article offers information on the defense forces in Moldova including the eligible age to enter the military service, mandatory service terms and military expenditures.
- Defense Forces. // Oman Country Review;2013, p55
The article offers information on the data of the defense forces in Oman including its military branches, military expenditures, and current capabilities.
- Not an army, just a UN police force. Woodard, Joe // Report / Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition);11/08/99, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p15
Focuses on Canada's armed forces and defense spending. Lack of adequate funding of the military; Purpose of the military; The government's 1994 White Paper on Defence.
- Toward Militarism. // New Republic;8/18/47, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p5
Cites the ways in which the U.S. military establishment plans to control the national economy as stated in the report issued by War Secretary Kenneth Royall. Retention of the military's multibillion dollar budget and machine tools; Reservation of critical materials like metallic alloys, rubber,...
- DEFENSE. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Singapore;Sep2006, p5
The article discusses the defense policy of Singapore which relies primarily on its own defense forces. The budget intended for defense accounts for approximately 31% of government operating expenditures. The country is a member of the Five-Power Defense Arrangement which obligates members to...
- Defense Forces. // United Kingdom Country Review;2012, p123
The article offers information on Great Britain's defense forces including its military branches, mandatory military service terms, and military expenditures.
- UNITED KINGDOM. // NATO's Nations & Partners for Peace;2004, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p117
Focuses on the changes faced by the armed forces of Great Britain. White paper released on the national security of the country; Troop strength; Defense budget of Great Britain.
- A NEW SENATE. // America;1/28/1939, Vol. 60 Issue 17, p398
The author examines the views of new U.S. Senators regarding the munitions campaign in 1939. He notes that Senator David Walsh of Massacussetts is advocating a national defense program that will not be complicated by problems of unemployment and bureaucracy. He cites that Colorado Senator Alva...