Examples of guardsman in a Sentence
Guardsmen were deployed to the region.
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The Republic's politics team discuss the #RedForEd movement, Ducey sending guardsmen to the border and a recording about school vouchers that is stirring conversation on April 10, 2018.
Rick Perry and Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, the guardsmen are armed for self-defense but not allowed to make arrests.
In 2006, 120 troops from the Maryland Guard were deployed to Arizona for 60 days under a Bush Administration effort to put 6,000 guardsmen on the border.
From 2006-2008, President George W. Bush deployed 6,000 guardsmen to Southern border states, costing $1.2 billion and assisting with 11.7% of total apprehensions at the border and 9.4% of marijuana seized in that time.
As a guardsman, he was stationed at the 101st Rescue Squadron before joining the 106th Rescue Wing in 2013.
True to the genre’s cinematic conventions, sabers gleam, unlikely paths converge, guardsmen give chase, and close calls follow in quick succession.
After spending 11 months deployed in Jordan, the guardsman returned home to Ohio on his 27th birthday.
Besides guardsmen, guests included Red Cross and other relief workers who helped with the rebuilding and recovery effort in St. Thomas.
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GUARDSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guardsman for English Language Learners
: a U.S. soldier in the National Guard or the Coast Guard
: a British soldier in the Guards
GUARDSMAN Defined for Kids
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