Military Structure

Some articles on military structure, military, structure:

Louis I Of Hungary - Domestic, Military and Religious Policy - Military Structure
... father was more than enough to carry on his military campaigns ... The Hungarian military organization was based on the honor system ...
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe - History - Relocation To Belgium
... of Allied Command Europe (ACE) was France’s withdrawal from NATO’s integrated military structure ... France's resentment over NATO’s military structure had been brewing for a number of years, as successive French governments had become increasingly incensed ... order had "stripped NATO of its justification" for military integration, and soon afterward, France stated that it was withdrawing from the NATO military structure ...
Constitution Of The Late Roman Empire - Administration of The Empire - Military Structure
... To a reformed civilian structure, Diocletian added a reorganized supreme military command ... Two significant parts of the reform are apparent the separation of military commanders from civil administration and the division of the army into two classes the ... The supreme military commanders of the Late Empire was the Master of the Soldiers ("Magister Militum") ...
Kingdom Of Italy (1861–1946) - Military Structure
... First Marshal of the Empire – Supreme commander of the Italian Royal Army, Air Force, Navy, and the Voluntary Militia for National Security from 1938 to 1943 during the Fascist era, held by both Victor Emmanuel III and Benito Mussolini ... Regio Esercito (Royal Army) Regia Marina (Royal Navy) Regia Aeronautica (Royal Air Force) Milizia Volontaria per la Sicurezza Nazionale (Voluntary Militia for National Security also known as the "Blackshirts") Militia loyal to Benito Mussolini during the Fascist era, abolished in 1943 ...

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