Uniformed services

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Uniformed services are bodies of people in employment of a state who wear a distinct uniform that differentiates them from the general public. Their purpose is to maintain the peace, security, safety, and health of the public they serve. Examples include military personnel, police officers, corrections and firefighters.

Armed uniformed services[edit]

Some uniformed services carry weapons and ammunition on duty. They include:

Depending on role and assignment, members of:

Unarmed uniformed services[edit]

Unarmed uniformed services carry other equipment to perform their duty. Such uniformed services may include:

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