chief of staff

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the senior officer of a service of the armed forces

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It added that the Chief of Staff has contacted the First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah as well as Deputy Chief of Staff General Abdullah Nawaf Al Sabah, stressing that only minimal materialistic damage and moderate injuries were reported.
The bill, however, affirms the President's absolute power, as Commander in Chief of all the armed forces, to remove the chief of staff 'at will'-or at any time before the end of 36 months.
Major General Rashid was a Deputy Chief of Staff of Armed Forces under Major General Firoozabadi.
Lieutenant General Ahmed Abdalla al-Naw has replaced Lieutenant General Mohamed Graham Omer Sha'oul as the SAF General Inspector, General Isam Mubarak Habib Allah Ibrahim has been appointed as the Chief of Staff of the Air Force and General Ibrahim Mohamed Al-Hassan as the Chairman of the Joint Operations Staff.
Gen Enzo Stefanini, Secretary General of the Italian Defence Ministry and Deputy Chief of Staff for Joint Operations in the Italian Armed Forces.
Aquino III on Friday expressed confidence that reforms in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will continue under the leadership of new AFP chief of staff Lt.
Global Banking News-July 17, 2014--Ex-Im Bank names chief of staff
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain has conferred Nishan-e Imtiaz Military on Chief of the Army Staffa[euro]s General Raheel Sharif and Chairman Joints Chief of Staff Committeea[euro]s General Rashid Mahmood at a ceremony at Aiwan-e Sadr in Islamabad.
He appointed Dmitry Peskov as deputy presidential chief of staff and his press secretary on Tuesday.
DEFENCE Forces chief of staff Dermot Earley has been awarded one of the highest military honours - the Distinguished Service Medal.
The Air Force chief of staff announces the assignments of the following general officers:
Previously, he was deputy chief of staff and chief of staff at the Government Printing Office.
But Cheney--former aide to Rumsfeld in the Nixon administration, chief of staff in the Ford administration, defense secretary in the first Bush administration, and House intelligence committee chairman during the Iran-Contra scandal (in which he backed the Reagan White House)--is no novice in the art of bureaucratic warfare.
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