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Lt Col

or LtCol
abbr.
lieutenant colonel
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Lt Col

abbreviation for
(Military) lieutenant colonel
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Lt. Col.

Lieutenant Colonel. Often, LTC
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The questions were then passed on to 7AF with a CC to LtCol Johnson.
It is, however, occupied by Amrendu who claimed to be the fourth daughter of LtCol Narbir who died in Palwal on June 20, 1998.
Contracts that focus on lowest cost may work for well-established technologies, but former PMs like LtCol Leimbach warn that they can prove disastrous for projects that require development or integration.
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He is a LtCol retired from the Air Force Reserve where his military career spanned 33 years as he progressed from enlisted aircraft mechanic to command fighter pilot with over 2300 hours in F-16, F-4, A-7 and F-100 aircraft.
LtCol. Karsten Heckl, VMM-162, briefed his people about the visit and introduced the team's senior officer, LtCol.
One officer, LtCol Stuart Tootal, 42, a former CO of 3 Para in Afghanistan - who had been tipped for the top by superiors - has quit over equipment shortages.
Prior to his retirement in 2005, LtCol Hodge served as the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4, 2nd Marine Division.
ACTION STATIONS: Soldiers from the 1 Lanes (1st Battalion Duke of Lancaster Regiment) Battle group take part in a military exercise on the plains of BATUS (British Army Training Area Suffield), Canada; CRAMPED CONDITIONS: A soldieron military exercise at BATUS (British Army Training Area Suffield), Canada; IN CHARGE LtCol Gary Deakin
LtCol Jill Stiglich, Information Paper, "Moving from short-term LOGCAP contracting to long-term sustainment contracting through efforts of a Joint Iraqi Contracting Command," March 2, 2004.
Acknowledgment: Special thanks to Col George Tirabassi, Deputy Chief, Operations Management Division, Aeromedicine Evacuation Headquarters, Scott AFB, IL; Major Douglas Cook, Director, Flight Nurse Course, Brooks AFB, TX; LtCol(s) Cheryl Howard, Branch Chief, Aeromedicine Evacuation Concept Development, Scott AFB, IL; LtCol Ardene Nichols; and Major Timothy Loosbrock, Operations Flight Commander, 43d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AMC), for their invaluable contributions to this article.
LtCol Darryl Williams, USAF, JIOC/STRATCOM, Partnership to Defeat Terrorism (PTDT), Capt Ken Stoni, JIOC