Lt Col


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Lt Col

or LtCol
abbr.
lieutenant colonel

Lt Col

abbreviation for
(Military) lieutenant colonel

Lt. Col.

Lieutenant Colonel. Often, LTC
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The acting Lt Col in the Irish Guards was gunned down at the Sambre-Oise Canal near Catillon, France.
The agreement was signed by Civil Defence Logistics Department director Lt Col Hussain Ibrahim al-Asmakh and Fahad Trading commercial manager Sidharthan.
In addition to inner motivation], workers should also possess the ability to take the right decision at the right time, excel at teamwork and continue developing themselves," Lt Col Al Ansari said.
Lt Col Bikramjeet is survived by his wife Navneet Kaur, daughter Ramneet and aged parents Major Paramjit Singh and Luvpreet Kaur.
Lt Col Parkinson had been responsible for the management and development of Lolldaiga Hills, a 49,000-acre cattle ranch and conservancy since January.
The parking lot attendant noticed the jeep's engine was still running, so he tried to move the vehicle himself, Lt Col Jongserm said.
Lt Col Dev, who was indicted and punished by a court of inquiry for an alleged noting on an unauthorised order about his posting in a particular branch of the central command, had alleged he was harassed by his senior, Rathore.
Following the inquest, Lt Col Thorneloe's father Major John Thorneloe said he hoped his son's death had led to improved funding and equipment for the armed forces.
Major Andrew Speed, Lt Col Thorneloe's second-in-command at the time of the incident, told the inquest: "He wanted to demonstrate that, despite being a commanding officer, he wanted to show his troops he was prepared to do what they were doing, and by showing them that they can be inspired.
Eight standard bearers from the regiment lowered their flags in tribute as the hearse was driven into the grounds of the chapel before eight Welsh Guards shouldered his coffin and carried it into the chapel as Lt Col Thorneloe's family watched.
HUNDREDS of people yesterday attended the funeral of Lt Col Rupert Thorneloe, the most senior Army officer killed in action since the Falklands War.
Lt Col Robert Workman, 83, died on his cottage doorstep from a point-blank shotgun blast to his body.