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- "Active Service" is a book by Stephen Crane.
- "Active service" is a book by Janet Sledge Kobrin Watson.
- also known as "Active service: gender, class, and British representationsof the Great War"
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by DIANE Publishing Company
Active service means full-time service as a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, or as a commissioned officer of the Public Health Service, the Environmental Services Administration or the National Oceanic and ...
Encyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)
Volume III: L-Pf by Danylo Husar Struk
After active service one was assigned to the reserves until age 38, and then to the militia of the second category until age 43. Surplus conscripts were assigned to the militia of the first category. In AustriaHungary military recruitment was ...
Quick Reference by Stephen Michael Sheppard
ACTIVE DUTY See: MILITARY, ACTIVE SERVICE (ACTIVE DUTY). ACTIVE TORTFEASOR OR PASSIVE TORTFEASOR OR CONCURRENT TORTFEASOR See: TORTFEASOR, JOINT TORTFEASOR (ACTIVE TORTFEASOR OR PASSIVE ...
Encyclopedia of Soviet Law (1985)
by F. J. Ferdinand Joseph Maria Feldbrugge, Gerard Pieter Van den Berg, William Bradford Simons
Generally, deferments are given up to the age of 27; a person who reaches 27 in peacetime and who still is entitled to a family-related deferment does not have to enter active service and is enrolled instead in the reserves. A medical deferment ...
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Photo about Active Service
Proclamation : G. R. : recruiting for active service
Creator: Canada. Canadian Army. Canadian Field Artillery. Battery, 31st.
Date: August 7, 1917
Rights: Public domain
Courtesy: Toronto Public Library.
Photo credit: Toronto Public Library Special Collections
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