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  • Yes | No | Report from matt wasson wrote 4 weeks 1 day ago oh, I may be an ex-nco, but sorry not crusty or old!

    Del you have been all about movie trivia lately. Here is one for you, but a little story first...

  • It seems we have something in common, ex army nco, (approaching) middle age, white collar (soon to be black when our wonderful new t shirts hit the stores) but we have vastly differing opinions on the police.

    Be Carefull What You Wish For « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Then while in Ecudor about two weeks later the E-7 had to get out. so i became the battalion commo nco.

    A Commercial for Christmas

  • Qingdao Ouya Century International Digital Film and Television Co., Ltd., a joint venture between China, France and the US, held a ceremony to kick off nco-production.

    The Three-Dimensional Links of Animation

  • The title-page is signed by Fr. Fermin Fr.nco de Lasuen, and the priests in charge are named as Fr. Buenaventura Sitjar and Fr. Antonio de la Conceptión.

    The Old Franciscan Missions Of California

  • The Martiniquais think it such a delicacy that an over-exacting person, or one difficult to satisfy, is reproved with the simple question: -- "_Ça ou lè 'nco-poule. épi-diri? _"

    Two Years in the French West Indies

  • I go to an infantry unit in the TA and a guy was being charged for assaulting a senior nco (i don't know what was said).

    Army Rumour Service

  • Created by Mexican entrepreneur Ricardo B. Salinas, Grupo Salinas operates as a management development and decision forum for the top leaders of member companies, TV Azteca (www. irtvazteca.com), Azteca America (www. aztecaamerica.com), Grupo Elektra (www. grupoelektra.com.mx), B.nco Azteca

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Basic training you are training to be a soldier, so think of what a soldier needs to be able to do, its all about discipline, so they are strict with you even down to the stupidest thing like crossing your legs when an nco is talking to you.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I would prefer to be an officer, but if I can be within a specialty that I otherwise would not be able to attain as one then I would definitely rather be enlisted or an nco.

    NASIOC

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