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nounPlural Commanders in Chief, Plural commanders in chief
1comandante en jefe masculine
- In similar fashion, a study on Joint Professional Military Education in 1999 found that the regional commanders-in-chief believe officers need to be exposed to joint matters earlier in their career.
- The commander-in-chief, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, was Scots, but could only offer to out-produce and out-slaughter the Central Powers.
- The official went on to say that the US military usually invites the commander-in-chief of a branch of Taiwan's armed forces to visit the US each year.
- Commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Fleet, last week announced the operational results the fleet has achieved over the past year.
- The wartime direction of all troops and forces involved in an operation was a centralized one, with commanders-in-chief and their staff in charge of command and control during military operations.
- The commander-in-chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said on Tuesday, the military situation between China and Taiwan is quiet and neither side appears to be in combat position.
- Their preparation might be entrusted to the commander-in-chief of the Land Forces and commanders of wartime military districts.
- She plays Lady Anne, wife of the commander-in-chief of the parliamentary army, Sir Thomas Fairfax.
- There are paintings and photographs of generals, lieutenants, sergeants, privates, secretaries and commanders-in-chief.
- Once he had deployed his forces on the battlefield, the commander-in-chief could only sit in his headquarters many miles behind the front line and hope for the best.
- This change was occasioned by the opening of armistice talks, nominally between the opposing commanders-in-chief.
- Its commander-in-chief was General Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell was put in charge of the cavalry.
- He is reportedly dissatisified with the performance of U.S. regional military commanders-in-chief.
- As commander-in-chief, General Franks was responsible for the way in which his men acted on the ground.
- He is the first marine to take over the navy commander-in-chief's office, as well as the first native Taiwanese marine general.
- He is a retired four-star general who served as commander-in-chief of US Atlantic Command until 1997.
- The commander-in-chief of the Netherlands military forces, General Winkelman, signed the terms of surrender on May 15, 1940.
- His son George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge, a commander-in-chief of the British army, inherited the land and leased it out for building, including the Cambridge Asylum.
- He last visited the US when he was the commander-in-chief of the army.
- It's commanders and senior officers work for the commander-in-chief.
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