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  • His second period of duty in India was much less eventful.
  • Another extended period of duty with the Submarine School followed.
  • Normally sea duty alternated with periods of duty ashore.
  • She departed on 20 April for further extended periods of duty on the high seas.
  • In most of the world's navies, a deployment designates an extended period of duty at sea.
  • During this period of duty, the destroyer rescued the crew from a crashed helicopter from " Bon Homme Richard ".
  • Sassoon's periods of duty on the D . S . O ., if you'd only shown more sense, " stormed Stockwell.
  • During that time he serve a brief period of duty with the Marine battalion in Panama ( September 13 & ndash; December 8, 1902 ).
  • A member who is injured, killed or dies before completing the required period of duty is deemed to have rendered the qualifying service for award of the medal or a clasp.
  • Following a brief period of duty there, he was transferred to San Diego, California in November 1935, where he was appointed to the War Plans Section within Fleet Marine Force.
  • While every regiment was required to undertake a period of duty beyond the Khyber Pass, for the most part conditions of peace and prosperity were evident and Trenchard was able to engage in various sporting activities.
  • A large number of those serving will be facing problems of very different kinds; long periods of separation from friends and family, extended periods of duty, fatigue, and working heavy machinery whilst being exposed to harsh weather.
  • After short periods of duty at Suva in the Fiji Islands, Funafuti in the Ellice Islands, and at Vanikoro in the Santa Cruz Islands, she moved to Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides, arriving on 18 July 1943.
  • For many of the Australians Kapyong was to be their last major battle before completing their period of duty and being replaced, having endured much hard fighting, appalling weather and the chaos and confusion of a campaign that had ranged up and down the length of the Korean Peninsula.
  • It had a relatively unremarkable period of duty in World War II, being engaged mainly in coastal patrols as part of Coastal Command SAAF . In mid 1945 it was flying Lockheed Venturas from Gibraltar, under the control of AHQ Malta at Valletta, but it left for home in July.
  • In July 1959 he went to the Air Proving Ground Center at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, where he served as vice commander, then commander, except for a six-month period of duty in 1961 as senior member, Military Armistice Commission, United Nations Command, Korea.
  • For the next five months the 36th Battalion alternated between periods of duty manning the line and training or labouring in the rear areas in Belgium, before it was moved south to the Somme to help blunt the German advance during their last ditched effort to win the war as part of the Spring Offensive of 1918.