President Obama will likely make a decision in the next weeks to increase the U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan.
She says she fears what will happen come 2014 and the U.S. troop withdrawal from the country.
In effect, Chicago needs a troop surge like what we saw in Iraq and Afghanistan.
President Obama is about to make a decision about troop levels in Afghanistan.
They troop to piano lessons, play cricket, and put on a variety show for the block.
But he loved this game too, though there was a troop of foes behind him; and as long as they rode behind him he would ride on.
There comes a troop of maidens and of youths Home from their labour—hark!
He was accompanied by Prince Rupert, his cousin, and attended by a troop of his bodyguard.
The grove through which the troop was passing ended just by the edge of the promontory.
As long as the troop marched over the plains it was well enough, there was little difficulty or fatigue.
1540s, "body of soldiers," from Middle French troupe, from Old French trope "band of people, company, troop" (13c.), probably from Frankish *throp "assembly, gathering of people" (cf. Old English ðorp, Old Norse thorp "village," see thorp). OED derives the French word from Latin troppus "flock," which is of unknown origin but may be from the Germanic source.
1560s, "to assemble," from troop (n.). Meaning "to march" is recorded from 1590s; that of "to go in great numbers, to flock" is from c.1600. Related: Trooped; trooping.