The Israeli Army North Command unit released a (http://www.
What does ARNORTH stand for?
ARNORTH stands for Army North (US Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
TERRY BUTCHER is mustering an English army north of the border - and makes absolutely no apology for it.
Major Marion Drew, commander of the Salvation Army north western division, said many people had never experienced social and economic "darkness" on such a scale.
They include the Rt Rev James Jones, Bishop of Liverpool; Rev Phil Jump, Baptist Regional Minister; Major Marian Drew, Commander of the Salvation Army North Western Division and Rev James Booth, chairman of the Liverpool Methodist District.
The text opens with Washington moving his army north from White Plains, New York, into new positions running from West Point to Danbury, Connecticut, in order to protect his army, to protect the Hudson highlands, and to shore up the vital French fleet anchored at Boston.
More than 90 military and civilian personnel from Army North deployed in response to the wildfires.