cyrnol, gyrnol, chyrnol, nghyrnol
Noun(1) a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines who ranks above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general
(1) Ted rose to the rank of colonel at the war's end serving as the 26th Infantry Regiment Commander.(2) He retired from the Army as a colonel in 1988 and was appointed deputy commander, IGR.(3) When the Civil War began Grant returned to the Army and received the rank of colonel .(4) There are many officers in the embassy who are equivalent to general officers and colonels .(5) Despite an apology to the king for ├ö├ç├┐unguarded expressions├ö├ç├û he was dismissed his post as lord-lieutenant of the West Riding and lost his colonelcy in the militia.(6) Many lieutenant colonels and colonels express frustration at being labeled as poor mentors, and portrayed as contributing to the attrition of captains.(7) There are a thousand colonels in the army who'd give their eye teeth for this chance.(8) Henry, an outstanding officer and one of the youngest colonels in the Army Air Corps, pinned the eagles on his shirt collar at the age of 28.(9) The senior officers - generals, brigadiers, colonels - were all at a loss about what to do.(10) After 12 years of teaching ethics at the Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama, I have learned a few lessons from the lieutenant colonels and colonels I've taught.(11) The Pentagon did not identify the other panel members, but said they were three colonels and a lieutenant colonel.(12) Captain John C. Putnam, a clerk before the war, allegedly lobbied Governor Andrew for the colonelcy of the regiment.(13) There are five woman colonels [air force and army] or captains [navy] qualified for promotion to general positions.(14) Loans from his elder brother, now Lord Mornington (later Marquess Wellesley), purchased a majority and lieutenant colonelcy in the 33rd Regiment in 1793.(15) As a general rule, however, military intellectuals tend to face mandatory retirement as lieutenant colonels or colonels , just as they are achieving full intellectual maturity.(16) Normally, a colonel would command a brigade, but TRISSOC is an elite service, and only brigadier generals are allowed to command brigades, with colonels as second-in-commands.
1. colonel ::
2. commander ::
3. warlord ::
4. marshal ::
5. commander-in-chief ::
Different Formscolonel, colonelcy, colonels
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