- Military Intelligence, or milint, a military service that uses intelligence gathering disciplines to collect information that informs commanders for decision making processes
- MI5, MI6, MI8, or MI9, the United Kingdom military intelligence sections
- Operation MI, a Japanese military operation of World War II, see Midway order of battle
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“The domestic career is no more natural to all women than the military career is natural to all men.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
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—Herman Melville (18191891)
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