Military Policy

Some articles on military policy, military, policy:

Sinai And Palestine Campaign - Sinai Campaign (1916–1917) - Creation of Eastern Frontier Force
... Imperial General Staff, set out his global military policy at this time in a letter to Murray of 16 October 1916, in which he stated "I am not intent on winning in any particular ... Our military policy is perfectly clear and simple.. ... on the Western Front and therefore defensive everywhere else." In this climate of defensive military policy, Major–General Sir Charles Dobell, who ...
Fascism - History - World War I and Aftermath (1914—1929)
... for the war effort, and thus arose a "military citizenship" in which all citizens were involved to the military in some manner during the war ... and abolishment of bishoprics, and revision of military contracts to allow the government to seize 85% of their profits ... nationalization of the armaments industry, and a foreign policy designed to be peaceful but also competitive ...
Holmes V. California National Guard - Military Policy
... "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" (DADT) is the common name for federal policy established in part by law Pub.L ... the United States in 1993, and in part by the military regulations that implemented that legislation, which restricted inquiries and investigations into the sexual orientation ... Under the policy, military officials were prohibited from initiating inquiries into the sexual orientation a service member ...

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