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Cmdr

abbreviation for
(Military) Commander

Cmdr.

Commander.
Translations

Cmdr

ABBR (Mil) =CommanderCdte
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Lt Cmdr Tholens wrote about his escape from Bodelwyddan's Kinmel Camp in 1915 and their failed attempt to rendezvous with the U-38 submarine off the Great Orme with two colleagues.
Lt Cmdr Gotke, who is commander of the Royal Navy Historic Flight, said the postwar Fury was normally a delight to fly.
Royal Australian Navy vessels have taken part in this enduring Australian Defence Force operation since 2009, providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to the Pacific Islands Countries, CMDR Cannell said.
Lt Cmdr Marshall commanded 767 Fleet Air Arm squadron which had the task of converting naval aircrew and also RAF aircrew to the then brand new F4K Phantom.
Air Cmdr Kayani, who retired in 1999 as Assistant Chief of Air Staff Education, joined Pakistani Air Force (PAF) as commissioned officer in 1968.
Cmdr Hadfield has made a name for himself on Twitter with more than 600,000 followers.
HAPPY HOME 3 Lt Cmdr Tim Davey with daughters Lauren and Ellen, the crew in Santa hats, left, and HMS Blyth, below
Cmdr Moore and Cmdr West have a combined 36 years of experience in the Navy.
At the end of April 1941 Lt Cmdr Simms and the Hurricane had staged a near-repeat of the Benares rescue when they came to the aid of her sister ship City of Nagpur.
NavyTimes said Cmdr Funtanilla was brought before an "admiral's mast" because misjudgments associated with the incident called into question his ability to effectively and safely lead his command.
Commanding a ship has been a lifelong dream for Cmdr.
On board, Cmdr Clough and his crew were on hand to give guided tours.