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  • Afghan police commander Malham Khan, on trial for alleged collusion with the drug trade, is a brigadier-general.


  • The presidential election of 1852, which pitted the Whig Winfield Scott, a legitimate hero of the Mexican-American War, against the Democrat Franklin Pierce, who briefly served under Scott as a brigadier-general and is the subject of a recently published biography by me, illustrates the point.

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  • Mark Kimmitt, a retired brigadier-general who served as assistant secretary of state under George Bush, said it was right for McChrystal to go.

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  • For instance, retired brigadier-general Uzi Eilam, who ran the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission between 1976 and 1986, said "I don't think he has significant things to reveal now."

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  • In the course of the war, he had been brevetted up to brigadier-general.


  • As Eldad, a reserve brigadier-general and former head of the IDF Medical Corps, put it in an interview with the weekly Basheva, which caters to a decidedly right-wing segment of religious zionism:

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  • “Believe me, we are doing the best we can,” says G., a reserve brigadier-general and one of the Israeli instructors who have been training the Georgian army over the last year.

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  • A mysterious explosion near Damascus on Saturday claimed the lives of at least 17 people, including a brigadier-general, further destabilizing the Syrian regime.

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  • At the breaking out of the war he immediately tendered his services to the Government, and soon rose to the colonelcy of the Thirty-Third Ohio Volunteers, and afterward to the rank of brigadier-general.

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  • The whole force was under the command of Major Rains, Fourth Infantry, who, in order that he might rank Nesmith, by some hocus-pocus had been made a brigadier-general, under an appointment from the Governor of Washington Territory.

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