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  • The task force will report to U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the allied co mmander in Afghanistan.

    Task Force to Take On Afghan Corruption

  • QUESTION: This is Alisa Parenti for ABC.7 News out of D.C. My question is for C.mmander C.llins.

    CNN Transcript Aug 2, 2005

  • C.mmander Mary Hall, former military judge down there in D.C. Nice to talk with you.

    CNN Transcript May 18, 2004

  • C.mmander Knight, call sign Gladys, did his 900th trap and his last trap aboard John C. Stennis -- at least for this trip over -- on aircraft number 401.

    CNN Transcript Mar 23, 2002

  • Admiral Thomas Magruder had just finished a hard-fought battle of racquetball when the news first reached Washington D.C. His aide, Lieutenant C.mmander Henry Williams, tracked his boss down in the shower.

    Joint Operations

  • He has served five tours of duty overseas and four at the State Department in Washington, D.C. During his most recent overseas assignment he served as Political Advisor to the C.mmander-in-C.ief, United States European C.mmand in Stuttgart,

    Klein Accorded Rank Of Ambassador

  • But I was a little worried over what I found hidden in the lining of one of his bags, a letter addressed to Space-C.mmander Lucius C. Stonehenge,

    Lone Star Planet

  • Thanks are due also to C.mmander C.C. Gill, U.S. N.,

    A History of Sea Power

  • The system adopted from the first was for the pilot or observer, or both, immediately on their return to bring their report to R.F.C. Headquarters, whence the C.mmander, or his staff officer, accompanied them to G.H.Q., where the map was filled in in accordance with the report.

    Aviation in Peace and War

  • Somme, was at this time Sir C. Monro, afterwards C.mmander-in-chief in

    The War Service of the 1/4 Royal Berkshire Regiment (T. F.)


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