ranking officer


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ranking officer

nranghöchster/ranghöherer Offizier
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Caldwell, who served as the Army's top ranking officer for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology when he retired in January 2004.
Specifically, working with puraDYN is former Army Undersecretary Joe Reeder, now with the Greenberg Traurig international law firm; Lieutenant General (Retired) John Caldwell, who served as the Army's top ranking officer for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology when he retired in January 2004; and Roger Ballentine of Green Strategies Inc.
The middle ranking officer, who has not been named but has 20 years' service with the Nottinghamshire force, is off work on full pay.
Applicants who meet the hiring standards on these preliminary checks are interviewed during their initial visit by a ranking officer or by a civilian supervisor if applying for a support position.
Naval Reserve, where he was promoted to Rear Admiral (Two Stars), the top ranking officer in the Naval Reserve JAG Corps.
Chiste has been a top ranking officer at various energy companies, including giants such as Enron Corporation (NYSE: ENE) and Transco Energy Corp.
Grant said that after about an hour, Street approached the officers and asked to speak with a higher ranking officer.
Mosul / NINA / The terrorists elements of the Islamic State (IS) executed / 20 / people, including different ranking officers in Mosul on Friday 24, Oct.
In addition, lower ranking officers didn't want new bosses or to be transferred to duties in unfamiliar areas so many took the option to retire early.
ISLAMABAD -- Three police stations in federal capital are running without Station House Officers (SHOs) due to tug of war between two high ranking officers of Islamabad police.
Deputies said allegedly lower ranking road patrol officers regularly give bribes to upper ranking officers ending with the Road Patrol Service Chairman in the scheme.
The meeting was attended by the Iranian military attache and a number of armed forces ranking officers.