Of or pertaining to soldiers, to arms, or to war; belonging to, engaged in, or appropriate to, the affairs of war; as, a military parade; military discipline; military bravery; military conduct; military renown.
A popular matchcover category whose advertisement mentions any branch of the Armed Services to include Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine, Marine and Navy (not U.S. Naval Ships). They can include bases, ports, forts, camps, officer's mess, NCO clubs, PXs, or any military function that issued a matchcover. This category is usually sub divided into individual services and sub divided again into individual establishments and then sorted alphabetically. (See Service).
A military or military force (n.) has seen many different incarnations throughout time. Early armies were most likely men with sharpened sticks and rocks; through time they have included advancements such as men mounting horses, men wielding swords and other metallic weapons, the bow and arrow, siege weapons, the stirrup, to the advance of the musket which form the roots of the armed forces of most nations we know today. In modern times people use motorized vehicles and firearms.
Related to the art and science of warfare, campaign and battle strategy. This term is also applied to books with any bearing on the armed forces, including social, political, economic aspects, etc. Used in the history classes as well as in U and V.