command level

command level

[kə′mand ‚lev·əl]
(computer science)
The ability to control a computer's operating system through the use of commands, normally available only to computer operators.
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The senseless killing of protestors must be stopped immediately, and those responsible for the bloodbath, including at command level, must be held fully accountable for their dreadful actions." (ANI)
We will continue our efforts to increase our readiness and improve the quality of life for our Airmen at the command level. I encourage every Reservist to do the same in his or her unit.
On a Command level, Aristidou was equally enthusiastic about the working relationship between Bases officers and their RoC equivalents.
Free2Move Lease Command Level 1 is designed to offer service and MoT reminders and flag up potential excess mileage.
These skills include interior attack, vertical and horizontal ventilation, civilian and firefighter rescue as well as command level exercises.
The awarded funds will be used to obtain command training for all command level officers, as well as Incident Command System (ICS) software, materials, and instructors.
The FBI-LEEDA -- LifeLock Identity Theft Training Summits are available to law enforcement, including: prosecutors, command level, investigative personnel, and patrol officers for free.
'The JPTC has established itself as a premier facility providing training for hundreds of KP police officers on modern policing practices, investigations and command level courses.
The Staff Director stressed that the implementation of quality drills at command level by the National Guard affirms the National Guard advanced training, readiness and capability to decisively deal with any circumstances that may threaten the homeland's stability.
All registered students are subject to a round of initial placement tests before being allotted an appropriate language command level. This standard of curricular quality, class environment and student engagement efforts can be seen reflected in all other language programs, including translation and interpretation.
All registered students are subject to a round of initial placement tests before being allotted an appropriate language command level. This standard of curricular quality, class environment, and student engagement efforts can be seen reflected in all other language programmes, including translation and interpretation.