duty officer


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duty officer

n
(Military) an officer (in the armed forces, police, etc) on duty at a particular time
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duty officer

n (Mil) → ufficiale m di servizio
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Aide de Camp de Service = duty officer of the French royal court}
The duty officer said that the defendant acted rudely and misbehaved when they tried to handcuff him.
The off duty officer also took a selfie with Sister Margaret Ann.
The speakers then helped the mission's duty officers learn how to provide sensitive and effective assistance to callers victimized by sexual assault.
Limited Duty Officer questions regarding an Off-Ramp to the 3100 designator should be directed to the Supply Corps LDO detailer, (901) 874-4613.
Ahmed Mustafa, president of the Customs Duty Officers Union (CDOU) in Alexandria, discussed plans to form a joint committee with the city's Customs Department in order to address obstacles and impediments faced throughout the city's facilities.
Limited duty officers and chief warrant officers bring a variety of experience and perspective into the wardroom from their enlisted service," said Chief Warrant Officer 4 Mitch Allen, assistant LDO/CWO community manager, Bureau of Naval Personnel.
When we reached the police station I told the duty officer about it.
Another was injured in the explosion at the mine in Chenzhou city in Hunan province, said a duty officer surnamed Zhang at the State Administration of Work Safety.
a fourth watchman saw a few white lights to the right in a frontal direction and notified the duty officer.
This refers to the incident on September 26, 1983, when Lieutenant Colonel Petrov was the duty officer at Serpukhov-15, the Soviet Union's main command bunker just south of Moscow.
Buhlmann is an aviation engineering duty officer in the Naval Reserve.