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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}
They also met the duty officers and said that they should perform their duties with full devotion.
The app allows duty officers to have up-to-date information from anywhere in Switzerland and to provide better customer service for those needing assistance after business hours.
They Tweeted: "Off duty officers dressed in zebra & monkey onesies arrest a violent man in the street - @ SolihullPolice keeping you safe whatever it takes.
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.
RAWALPINDI, June 30, 2010 (Balochistan Times): City Traffic Police (CTP), Rawalpindi has appointed junior traffic wardens as duty officers (Moharrar) on traffic check posts due to lack of squad in CTP.
Delivering their verdict, the magistrates found that up until the off duty officers intervened, Mr James was acting in a peaceful manner.
Duty officers now have Black-Berry devices allowing them to check the most up-to-the-minute weather forecast, after a massive drop in temperatures in the hours before the tragedy was missed.
Officials have requested "demonstration authority" to test changes in compensation, promotions, and retention in four limited categories of military officers--Army foreign area officers, Navy engineering officers, Navy aviation engineering duty officers, and Navy acquisition officers--explained Bill Carr, acting deputy under secretary of defense for military personnel policy.
Fenton Gibbs, 28, was out in Pontypridd with his partner on March 25, trying to get a taxi alongside two other men, who he later discovered were off- duty officers also on a night out.
Public safety officers in Brown County will use the silent, secure and reliable data communication capability of PacketCluster Patrol to access criminal justice databases such as NCIC, DMV and NLETS, and to send and receive messages from dispatch and other duty officers.