- n. alternative spelling of major general.
“The Chinese are operating on a maritime strategy of extending their reach out into the Pacific Ocean," said Peter Abigail, a retired major-general in the Australian army and former commander-in-chief of all of its operational land forces.”
“So unfortunately we cannot absolutely assert that the civilian title of governor-general is entirely unrelated to that of major-general, and in this sense the last Governor-General, His Excellency Major-General Michael Jeffery, A.C.,”
“The specific objective is to make the Afghan government a more viable option for people to turn to," says Mr. Ruggiero, who holds a rank equal to an army major-general.”
“The specific objective is to make the Afghan government a more viable option for people to turn to," says Mr. Ruggiero, whose rank is equal to an army major-general.”
“A Tuesday World News article incorrectly referred to him as a major-general.”
“By the end of the war, Friedrich had been promoted from colonel to the rank of major-general, while Bauer became a lieutenant-colonel.”
“Powell stepped back, and the door swung soundlessly open they'd taken good care of the hinges, no question of that to reveal that the soldier had been joined by an officer, by his uniform a major-general in the South African Air Force.”
“Since one of them was a deaf peer, and t'other a Welsh major-general, I didn't put much stock in this.”
“It was at this time that I received my appointment as a major-general of Volunteers.”
“The major-general commanding thinks that you had better draw in your cavalry, so as to secure the protection of the trains.”
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