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a commissioned officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines holding a rank above major and below colonel

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Lt Col Bishwa called upon companies to alert their workers about taking precautions to prevent such accidents.
Lt Col Ridgway said the practice "had become normalised in a way I had not appreciated".
Through his quick judgement, resource, untiring energy and magnificent example, Lt Col Forbes-Robertson, on four separate occasions, saved the line from breaking and averted a situation which might have had the most serious and far-reaching results.
In the end Adjutant General and Surgeon General presented mementoes to Lt Col (Retd) Dr.
The memorial is the latest in a series of honours for Lt Col Silvertop, who has streets named after him in Boom and Antwerp, and also a tram stop, a housing development and even a supermarket.
Lt Col Purohit has now sought the restoration of his rank and seniority in the Army, saying: " All my actions were in the line of duty.'' Mail Today has accessed his letter no: PSP/ 55224/ official/ 16 dated April 4, 2016 written by Purohit from Taloja Central Prison to Parrikar where he says: " My report on SIMI and ISI had a clear mention of role of LeT in Samjhauta blast.''
Lt Col Bikramjeet is survived by his wife Navneet Kaur, daughter Ramneet and aged parents Major Paramjit Singh and Luvpreet Kaur.
ROP's Lt Col Said bin Suleiman Al Asmi said the traffic police has taken measures to handle any number of visitors to the festival.
The parking lot attendant noticed the jeep was blocking the entrance to his parking area, and told the wife to move it, Lt Col Jongserm said.
Our Canadian international fellow, Lt Col Michael Rafter, analyzes the legal and ethical implications of the United States' 1970 incursion into Cambodia to determine if it was justified.
Lt Col Rupert Thorneloe, the most senior Army officer to be killed since the Falklands War, suffered fatal injuries when his Viking armoured vehicle drove over an improvised explosive device (IED).
Lt Col Kyle Grunden, Maj Stephen Gerken Maj Ryan Carignan, 1Lt Mark Stephens 28 BS, 7 BW Dyess AFB, Texas
HUNDREDS of people yesterday attended the funeral of Lt Col Rupert Thorneloe, the most senior Army officer killed in action since the Falklands War.
Lt Col Thorneloe, of Kirtlington, Oxford, died alongside 18-year-old Trooper Joshua Hammond when an improvised explosive device was detonated under their Viking armoured vehicle on July 1.