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“(Refresher, this is the guy we have a picture of as a SEAL CAPT and the guy I sent you a picture of as an EOD Chief.)”
“Lisa Orr, director of operations at CAPT, told us that its test is administered about a million times annually, but couldn't say how many consultations were conducted by CAPT-trained counselors.”
“During our consultation, which CAPT had to push back a day, we learned some useful tidbits.”
“After taking the test online, we waited to hear results during our phone meeting with a counselor trained by Gainesville, Fla. -based Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT), a non-profit organization founded in 1975 that trains counselors to administer the Myers Briggs test and other assessment tests.”
“I would like to note that the image of CAPT Markham seen on the screen is about twice as tall as the actual figure.”
“One Coast Guard officer, CAPT Edwin Stanton, has kind of taken responsibility for delaying a decision on barrier islands.”
“Richard Stoltz, PhD, CAPT, USN, has been a mental health professional for over thirty years.”
“CAPT JAMES CALLOWAY, MORROW, GEORGIA POLICE: For the charge of aggravated assault the code section says with the intent to murder, rape, or rob and that didn't fit the code section.”
“CAPT EDWARD PICON, COLUMBIAN NAVY (through translator): They risk losing their families.”
“CAPT ROSS BONFIGLIO, VENTURA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: I have no information that the suspect tried to harm the children physically in any way.”
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