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  • Posted in Brigadier-General Joseph Deschamps, afghan detainees, afghanistan, governor Asadullah Khalid, perjury.

    Did Brigadier-General Joseph Deschamps Commit Perjury? « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Steve Carell will star in Brigadier Gerard, a period comedy about “a French soldier during the Napoleonic wars who is deluded about his level of bravery.”

    Page 2 | /Film

  • The Brigadier is on the whole a bit less cartoonish in the books than he became on screen; Yates and Benton don't get a lot to do in most stories (Yates has his moment in The Green Death, Benton in The Three Doctors).

    Two posts about Dodo

  • Clearly, the Brigadier is well qualified to talk to us today upon the topic which he has chosen, namely, "Canada's Defence Forces."

    Canada's Defence Forces

  • He wears an unassuming black felt hat, with a narrow strip of gold lace around it, and a plain Brigadier's coat with three stars on the collar, but without the usual braiding on the sleeves.

    General R. E. Lee, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Confederate Southern States

  • I called Brigadier General Richard Scholtes, the commander of the Joint Special Operations Command — JSOC — at Ft. Bragg.

    Rogue Warrior

  • Plus the extra characters aside from Liz and the Brigadier were a little boring this time around.

    August 26th, 2006

  • Remember what I did at Bastia, in the land that produced this monster, and where I was called the Brigadier; and again, upon the coast of Italy, I showed that I understood all their dry-ground business.

    Springhaven

  • I am led to believe that Yasser Arafat did name Brigadier General Yusef, but did not offer to put all security forces under his command and in fact kept the intelligence services and another one of his services out of the mix.

    CNN Transcript Aug 24, 2003

  • Here in Berlin, he became better known as Brigadier General Shcknow*, the Brigade commander; and Edward Demory*, one of the heroes of Checkpoint Charlie who commanded a unit that, for 16 tense hours, looked straight into the guns of Soviet tanks in 1961; people like a brave pilot named Hans Pool*, who stood sentry one day in

    President Remarks At Inactivation Of Berlin Brigade

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