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1. Stationed- the place or position in which something or someone stands or is assigned to stand or remain. Example: The women were stationed in the United States during WWII.
2. Military- Of or relating to soldiers or the armed forces (such as the army, navy, marines, and air force) Example: Women can be in the Military.
3. Segregation- The practice or policy of keeping people of different races, religions, etc., separate from each other.Example: Martin Luther King Jr. ended segregation.
4. Revolution- The usually violent attempt by many people to end the rule of one government and start a new one. Example: There was an American Revolution.
5. Corps- A large military group consisting of two or more divisions. Example:There are many Corps you can go to.
6. Capacity- The largest amount or number that can be held or contained. Example: The auditorium at Washington high school meets a capacity of 1,000 students.
7. Auxiliary- Available to provide extra help, power, etc., when it is needed. Example: There were many Auxiliary Corpse in the military.
8. War- A state or period of fighting between countries or groups. Example: The soldiers fought in war to protect our country.
9. Branch- A major part of a government. Example: Just like the government, the military also has different branches.
10. Coast Guard- A military or naval force employed in guarding a coast or responsible for the safety, order, and operation of maritime traffic in neighboring water. Example: The Coast Guard, in the military protect our country.