Staff Captain

Staff Captain

 

(Russian, shtabs-kapitan), an officer’s rank in the Russian Army (except for the cavalry). The rank was introduced in 1801; the corresponding rank in the period 1705–98 was lieutenant captain (kapitan-poruchik).

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The petitioner, the widow of a staff captain Kalinin, came with a request impossible and unreasonable; but Stepan Arkadyevitch, as he generally did, made her sit down, heard her to the end attentively without interrupting her, and gave her detailed advice as to how and to whom to apply, and even wrote her, in his large, sprawling, good and legible hand, a confident and fluent little note to a personage who might be of use to her.
The deck department, lead by the staff captain, is responsible for safely navigating the ship underway, ship's hull and superstructure (both interior and exterior) maintenance and upkeep, swimming pools and whirlpool spas upkeep, and the safety, security and medical programs on board.
"I'm tremendously proud of the ship's company of HMAS Ballarat and our CTF-150 Task Force who worked tirelessly throughout the night for a safe and successful boarding operation and seizure," said CTF-150 deputy commander and chief of staff Captain RAN Leif Maxfield.
National Museum of the Royal Navy Chief of Staff Captain John Rees has been leading the funding and restoration programme in partnership with the Department for Enterprise, Trade and Investment.
The funeral ceremony for military air pilots Staff Captain Mustafa Delikanly and Staff Captain Mustafa TanyE- who lost their lives at a Turkish Air Force F-4 crash in the Turkish central province of Konya on Thursday morning, was held at the Combatant Air Unit Air Defense Command's 1st Main Jet Base in EskiE-ehir.
the when and what they are doing,'' said Chief of Staff Captain Ulrich Brosowsky.
Staff Captain Michele di Mauro said: "It was no problem coming into Liverpool.
Staff Captain Ghulam Hazrat Karimi, a spokesman for the ANA 2nd Infantry Brigade, said the commander was injured in a clearing operation in Dasht-i-Archi district.
His family is happy, but although his father has a senior post as Staff Captain on the Lusitania, he is always in debt.
In this previously unpublished memoir, Baines (1915-1987) describes his experiences as a staff captain in the British Army during the Second World War, primarily engaging Japanese forces in Burma as part of the 111 Indian Infantry Brigade.
After six months' training he was told he could not be a pilot because of a defect in his night vision, so he joined the Royal Engineers and was first a Lieutenant in India and Iraq, and then a Staff Captain in the Royal Engineers in Egypt.

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