On the day of march, this corps, with the provost guard, is to remain on the old ground 'till the columns and baggage have moved off, in good order, to secure all such Soldiers as have loitered in camp; and the officers are to see that the Soldiers and women who march with the baggage do not transgress the general orders
made for their government.
There is no evidence in the histories of the 332nd Fighter Group, its daily mission reports, the daily mission reports of the Fifteenth Air Force, or in the general orders
the Fifteenth Air Force issued to confirm aerial victories, that Lee Archer or any other Tuskegee Airmen ever claimed or earned credit for any more than four aerial victories.
magistrate and consent of the Attorney General orders
, where they handed her
LDA was misusing SC orders and it was using these orders as general orders
, he said.
Mahan, read the General Orders
of General Logan, and Susan Giroux sang the national anthem, accompanied by the Clinton High School Band.
7, Adjutant General's Office, dated 18 February 1840, described the button as "an eagle holding in his beak a scroll with the word 'Essayons,' a bastion with embrasures in the distance, surrounded by water, and rising sun.
Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders
History professor Anne Bailey presents In The Saddle With The Texans: Day-By-Day With Parson's Cavalry Brigade, 1862-1865, a collection of primary sources, especially special orders, general orders
, and communication between lieutenants, colonels and the like with regard to Parson's Brigade of Texan cavalry during the American Civil War.
When Union General Gordon Granger and his troops arrived in Texas on June 19, 1865, he issued General Orders
Number 3, which notified slaves in Texas that they were free.
The bill has been reviewed twice in the Senate and placed on its legislative calendar under general orders
where it awaits committee assignment and Senate action.
All he had to know was the Manual of Arms, General Orders
and how to march in formation.
I remember that, toward the end of my basic training at Fort Dix, New Jersey--after I had learned how to salute, repeat my general orders
, make a bed, and shoot a rifle--we went to the field for night maneuvers.