Andrey Donskoy is a musician and commando from Krasnoarmeysk, a town in the Donetsk region.
But he was a Jewish commando in the British Army during World War II.
She would ask after my father when she learned he had been a commando in the Second World War and had lost his arm.
Al Qaeda still has reliable bases in Yemen to trouble the region, despite U.S. drone and commando attacks.
He cannot walk independently—he uses a wheelchair or commando crawls.
To each of these wards was appointed a field-cornet, who had military duties when a commando was called out.
His commando consisted of 400 mounted men and about 100 dismounted.
The armistice to bury the dead expired on the 13th, and a Boer commando had been sighted to the west.
If a commando cannot remain in its district, it can go somewhere else where it can exist.
He crossed without prisoners, and everyone in his commando bears him out.
Afrikaans, "a troop under a commander," from Portuguese, literally "party commanded" (see command (v.)); in use c.1809 during the Peninsula campaign, then from 1834, in a South African sense, of military expeditions of the Boers against the natives; modern sense is from 1940 (originally shock troops to repel the threatened German invasion of England), first attested in writings of Winston Churchill, who could have picked it up during the Boer War. Phrase going commando "not wearing underwear" attested by 1996, U.S. slang, perhaps on notion of being ready for instant action.
A person who behaves roughly and overeagerly, esp in lovemaking
[Students fr WWII Army; fr the Commandos, elite British shock troops of WWII]