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a military or naval officer serving with combatant units or warships, as distinguished from a staff officer, supply officer, etc.
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Whether the role of the coordinator is that of a
or a staff officer, some common responsibilities can be identified.
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to negotiate cost share.
Tribes desiring direct payments from purchasers of forest products will send a written request to the responsible
The procedures indicated that the first fireman on the scene is officer-in-charge until relieved by a
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