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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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Lt Cmdr Tholens complimented Laura on her beautiful baby before reaching down into the pram and bidding them good day.
The operation assists South Pacific Island states to protect their fisheries and natural resources, helping to foster economic development and stability in the region, which is in Australia s strategic interest, CMDR Cannell said.
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.
Cmdr Hadfield is working alongside eight American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts as they conduct science experiments and test new technologies.
Cmdr Moore was one of the first two female officers to command a Royal Navy warship, HMS Dasher, in 1998.
It allowed Lt Cmdr Simms to spend a precious break with his family in Freshfield, but on May 7, just days after the Nagpur rescue, the Luftwaffe struck.
CTF 50 surface operations manager Cmdr Robert Cepek will take over as captain of the Florida-based The Sullivans until a permanent replacement is named.
He may have been inspired by his grandfather, who served in the Navy in World War II, or maybe his uncle, who served on a submarine, but Cmdr.
Everyone's very proud of what they do here," Cmdr Clough added.
Lieutenant Commander Brown said Cmdr Bentley was removed after an investigation by the Navy's Inspector General.
On parade Able Cadet Rebecca Holt speaks with Cmdr Dai Kent at the Huddersfield Sea Cadets' annual inspection and award ceremony
Cmdr Axon, in his 40s, is under investigation over allegations of bullying and intimidation on the ship, which was in Gibraltar when he was ordered to leave.