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The Regular army is a name given to the permanent force of a country's army that is maintained under arms during peacetime.
Countries that use the term include:
- Australian Army
- British Army
- Canadian Forces, specifically "Regular Force"
- Indian Army
- Nepal Army
- New Zealand Army
- Singapore Army
- Sri Lanka Army
- United States Army
- Chinese Army
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