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- proper noun a
reserve forceof the BritishArmy, made up of part-time soldiers
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 The Territorial Army is short by 10,000, leaving it 34 percent under strength.
The Heritage Foundation Papers Ph.D. The Heritage Foundation - Ted R. Bromund 2008
The Territorial Army is a voluntary, part-time Citizen's Army, consisting of people who are not professional soldiers but civilians eager to do their bit for the country's defence.
Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7 2009
New Delhi: The Indian Army got an unexpected boost on Tuesday when some young MPs showed up to enlist in the Territorial Army, which is a citizen-soldiers 'force.
IBN Top Headlines 2009
Suspending paid training for the Territorial Army is a devastating blow
Army Rumour Service 2009
Assistance was called for the Territorial Army soldier, of 73 Engineer Regiment (V) but he later died in hospital in Nicosia, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said.
That same light wreathes a soldier on Territorial Army practice, who is caught hiding behind a tree in a hellish red mist like some forest sprite.
Mitch Epstein: American Power; Chris Steele-Perkins: The Pleasure Principle – review 2011
A review has proposed that the Territorial Army should retain its current strength of 36,000, but about 5,000 reservists should be trained for frontline operations.
Army to shrink to smallest size since Boer war while reservists' role bolstered 2011
• Giving priority access to borough's 22,000 social homes to groups such as volunteer police officers, Territorial Army members, nurses and ex-service personnel.
Westminster council to draft 'civic contracts' for benefit recipients 2011
Brown intervenes to reverse MoD's £20m cut in Territorial Army budget
RAF to sack 100 student pilots – writing off £300m training 2011
His commitment and selfless dedication to the Territorial Army will not be forgotten, he will be dearly remembered by all whom have had the privilege to serve with him.
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