Government and Military
- Master of the Sword, the title for the head of physical education at the US Military Academy at West Point
- Military occupation specialty code, used by the US military to identify a specific job
- Ministry of Supply, former UK government ministry that co-ordinated military supplies
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“My ancestors were all famous for military genius.
My Lady smiled graciously. It often runs in families, she remarked: just as a love for pastry does.”
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