Military science is the process of translating national defence policy to produce military capability by employing military scientists, including: theorists, researchers, experimental scientists, applied scientists, designers, engineers, test technicians, and military personnel responsible for prototyping. In so doing, military science seeks to interpret policy into what military skills are required, which, by employing military concepts and military methods, can use military technologies, military weapon systems, and other military equipment to produce required military capability.
Report of census of military resources available within the state conducted by State of New York, Adjutant General's Office, Military Census Bureau.
Subject: Military training camps -- United States
I. My first and last battle, by E.E. Hale. The first cruise of the Kearsarge, by W.H. Badlam. Amusing the enemy, by F.S. Hesseltine. The capture of Richmond, by R.B. Prescott. The left attack (Ewell's) at Gettysburg, by E.N. Whittier. My capture, prison life and escape, by A.M. Benson. The old army in Kansas, by S.A. Drake. Fourteen months' service with colored troops, by S.A. Carter. The battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864, by H. Stevens. The capture of Jackson, by S.A...