Every commander-in-chief since Franklin Roosevelt, with the exception of John F. Kennedy, has had both a library and a memoir.
None of the candidates in the ballyhooed “commander-in-chief debate” in South Carolina offered a very commanding performance.
It was a grey Boston jersey, a fitting gift from a young boy to our commander-in-chief.
As we move into the foreign policy debates, the commander-in-chief test will move to front and center of the discussion.
I am also aware, however, that the average Supreme Court justice or federal judge serves far longer than the commander-in-chief.
In 1843, he resumed the office of "commander-in-chief of the land forces," which he held until his decease.
I say, tell me now; cannot I write to the commander-in-chief about this?
The commander-in-chief (patented) fell upon his knees and kissed the spurs of his master's boots.
The commander-in-chief was young Józef Poniatowski, the nephew of the King.
Benedict Arnold condemned to be reprimanded by the commander-in-chief, for misdemeanor at Philadelphia.
The role of the United States president as highest ranking officer in the armed forces. The Constitution provides this power, but, through the system of checks and balances, gives Congress the authority to declare war. During periods of war, presidents such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, George H. W. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, and George W. Bush have taken active roles as commander in chief.