Lieutenant Colonel


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Lieutenant Colonel

 

(podpolkovnik), a military officer’s rank in the armed forces of the USSR and in some other states. It was introduced in the USSR on Sept. 1, 1939. The corresponding rank in the USSR Navy is captain second rank. The rank of lieutenant colonel appeared in the Russian Army in the 17th century. The rank also exists in the armies of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic (Oberst-leutnant) and in France, Great Britain, and the USA.

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Earlier on August 17, the apex court reserved its order on the bail plea of Lieutenant Colonel Purohit.
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Commanding Officer of the Welsh Guards, Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Antelme said it was: "An historic moment for the Welsh Guards and the British Army, and, of course, for the Russian people.
The Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrol Department seized 1,078 licences in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and the Western Region in 2009, according to Lieutenant Colonel Hamad Al Ameri, Head of the Traffic Investigation Section.