Examples of peacetime in a Sentence
The size of the army was reduced during peacetime.
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The trip also offered the fledgling U.S. Army Air Service, a precursor to the Air Force, an opportunity to prove its usefulness in peacetime, writes Pamela Feltus for the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission.
Indeed, in 1943, 19 corporate executives met in New York to prepare for the transition to a peacetime economy.
Ford’s executive order banned assassinations in peacetime.
Irma’s landfall was preceded by one of the largest peacetime evacuations in America’s history.
Over 30 aircraft were hired to bring back about 110,000 passengers from abroad in what was billed as the country’s biggest peacetime repatriation.
The 2010 New START Treaty signed by the United States and Russia allowed them to keep some heavy bombers, but forbid them from putting them on alert status during peacetime.
After Versailles, even peacetime users of organic chemicals were hailed as patriots and power brokers.
The measure was initially passed after World War I, as a means of ensuring that America would retain its naval capacity during peacetime.
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