Liaison Officer


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Liaison Officer

 

an officer assigned to a higher staff headquarters or to the staff headquarters of subordinate or coordinating units for purposes of establishing liaison with them and for carrying out assignments.

A liaison officer is usually provided with a means of transportation (motorcycle, automobile, airplane, or helicopter) and, if necessary, with radio stations. Liaison officers are also sent from a senior commander to subordinate commanders to carry out important assignments.

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