- military, US staff military intelligence officer position in smaller units, or section in larger formations
“Buried deep in the budget, Table S-2 shows the effect of the budget proposals on projected deficits.”
“You can find that figure on page 172 of the budget Table S-2, here.”
“Buried deep in the budget, Table S-2 shows the effect of the proposals on projected deficits.”
“Rumsfeld, an amateur wrestler and Navy S-2 Tracker pilot, had always seen the world as something that would bend to the force of his will.”
“Ray had asked the battalion intelligence officer, the S-2, in the S-2 bunker, to an audience of the CO, the exec, and the Sniper Platoon lieutenant.”
““Yes, sir,” said S-2, reading the satellite coordinates and trying to relate them to the geodesic survey map he had pinned to a table.”
““I got negative from liaison on that not an hour ago,” said S-2.”
““Sir, all due respect, but if you do that, Skelton has to hunker down, peel off his caftan, unstrap the radio, and talk into the phone,” said S-2.”
“To spare the colonel the agony of translating the directions into an actual location on the gray wilderness of the monitor, S-2 ran up to the screen and touched what the exec had seen first.”
““Okay,” said the colonel to S-2, handing the phone back.”
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