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commander

1. an officer responsible for a district of the Metropolitan Police in London
2. History the administrator of a house, priory, or landed estate of a medieval religious order
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Cmdr. (Jonathan) Cebik's personal conduct," she said in the statement.
Cmdr Jennings added: "There is still a risk it could collapse and that's why we have the cordons in place.
Lt Cmdr Bradford was in command of the naval storming parties on the vessel Iris II.
Caption: Marking the 100th aircraft he has flown in his 95-year lifetime, retired Cmdr. Dean "Diz" Laird steps into the rear seat of a T-34C Turbomentor with the "Flying Eagles" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 122.
Lt Cmdr Tholens complimented Laura on her beautiful baby before reaching down into the pram and bidding them good day.
Ahmad Vahidi, chief of the Strategic Center of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, said Cmdr. Rasch was sacked to make up for the disgrace the Americans suffered when the Pasdaran captured the 10 sailors.
Wing Cmdr Martin said: "Sunderlands were the only long-range British aircraft which could reach the middle of the Atlantic for the first couple of years of the war.
His colleague Commander Peter Rickard explained that Lt Cmdr Marshall had played a key role in training aircrews for the new fleet of aircraft, but had grown frustrated over lack of promotion opportunities, leading to him transferring to Australia's air force.
In March 2013 Cmdr Hadfield became the first Canadian commander of the ISS after he was launched to the station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft in December last year.
Lt Cmdr Davey, 37, from Somerset, said: "It's lovely to be home just in time for Christmas."
Cmdr Williams and many of his crew are club supporters, and attended a match at Anfield during the warship's last visit here on March 3.